White House Fence Restoration and Sidewalk Closure
The National Park Service is restoring the White House fence along Pennsylvania Avenue, portions of which are believed to date back to 1818. During this restoration work, sections of the White House sidewalk will be temporarily closed for public safety. More »
Construction Project Affecting the White House Sidewalk
Due to a construction project, a portion of both the White House sidewalk and Pennsylvania Avenue near East Executive Avenue will be closed until April 2015.
Passport To Your National Parks
The National Park Service Passport is produced by the Eastern National Park & Monument Association as a means of recording visits to the different NPS sites with a rubber cancellation stamp.
It also allows you to collect special adhesive stamps of the different NPS sites (9 are issued each year, 1 being a larger 'national' stamp). The purpose of these pages are to assist those seeking to visit, and record their visit with the site's passport cancellation stamp for the particular site. The cancellation lists the site and the date of visit for the holder.
By acquiring and recording your visits to the different NPS sites, you'll be able to look back through your Passport and recall the many memories and roads that you have taken!
Did You Know?
On June 10, 1933, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 6166, which placed jurisdiction of all the public lands in the federal city, including the President's Park, under the Department of the Interior's National Park Service.