National Register

National Register

Historic Resources

The National Register of Historic Places is the official list of the Nation’s historic places worthy of preservation. Authorized by the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places is part of a national program to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect America’s historic and archeological resources.

The following historic districts and properties in Central Falls are featured on the National Register (along with their date of addition):

  • Central Falls Mill Historic District:
         between Roosevelt Avenue and Blackstone River (4/6/79)
  • South Central Falls Historic District:
         roughly bounded by Rand, Summit, Dexter and Broad Streets (1/31/91)
  • Jenks Park and Cogswell Tower:
         adjoining 580 Broad Street to the north (9/22/72)
  • Valley Falls Mill Complex:
         between 1363 Broad Street and the Blackstone River (4/26/78)
  • Valley Falls Mill Complex Office and Bathhouse (Amendment):
         1359 & 1361-1363 Broad Street (12/12/78)
  • Central Street School:
         379 Central Street (8/6/79)
  • Samuel B. Conant House:
         104 Clay Street (4/6/79)
  • Benjamin F. Greene House:
         85 Cross Street (4/6/79)
  • St. Matthew’s Church:
         Dexter & West Hunt Street (4/6/79)
  • Holy Trinity Church Complex:
         134 Fuller Avenue (1/3/78)
  • Central Falls Congregational Church:
         376 High Street (7/12/76)
  • David G. Fales House:
         476 High Street (4/6/79)
  • Conant Thread Company Mills:
         bounded by Pine, Conant, Carpenter, Coleman, Beecher Streets, and Lonsdale Avenue in Pawtucket; Lonsdale Avenue, Rand and Pine Streets in Central Falls (Pawtucket and Central Falls) (11/18/83)

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