Draper currently has fourteen properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NR). Nominations for the Register are usually initiated by Draper's Historic Preservation Commission and require the property to exhibit a high level of architectural integrity and an important tie to Draper or National history.
There are significant benefits to National Register listing and fewer restrictions than commonly thought. If you would like more information about listing on the National Register, please contact the Draper Historic Preservation Commission or the State Historic Preservation Office.
Draper Park School - 1912 12441 S. 900 E.
S. J. Mickelsen Hardware Store and Lumber Company 12582 S. Fort Street
Draper Poultrymen and Egg Producer's Plant 1017 E. Pioneer Road
J.R. Allen House 1047 E. 13200 S.
Reid Beck House 12542 S. 900 E.
Crossgrove House 12736 S. Boulter St.
Perry and Agnes Wadsworth Fitzgerald House 1144 E. Pioneer Road
Benjamin and Olivia Meek House 12782 S. Fort Street
Joseph E. and Mina W. Mickelsen House 782 E. Pioneer Road
Joseph M. and Celestia Smith House 12357 S. Relation Street
Lauritz H. and Emma Smith House 12423 S. Relation Street
Lauritz Smith House 1350 E. Pioneer Road
Mary Smith House 12544 S. Relation Street
Glen M. and Roxie Walbeck House 12875 S. Boulter Street