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Welcome to PA-SHARE!

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PA SHPO is excited to announce the launch of PA-SHARE!

PA-SHARE is Pennsylvania’s new online GIS and project mangement system for working with cultural resources in the Keystone State.

You can access PA-SHARE at

Take some time this week to sign in for the first time, explore its different features, and get to know this new tool.

Signing In

If you have your Keystone login (or Commonwealth of Pennsylvania credentials) already, you will click “Sign In”.

If you don’t, you can register for your Keystone Login by clicking “Register for an Account.”

Once you accept the disclaimer, a window will open titled “Sign in to PA-SHARE with”.

Click the blue “PA-SHARE” button in the “Enterprise login” box. If you do see the blue “PA-SHARE” button, click in the “Enterprise login” box to open it.

Another window titled “Sign in with one of these accounts” will appear on your screen.

  • If you have a Keystone Login, click “Commonwealth of Pennsylvania – Citizen Login”.
  • If you have CWOPA credentials, click “CWOPA Users Click Here”.

Enter your Username and Password and click “Sign in”.

You have successfully signed in as a registered user with Keystone Login when you see the “Welcome to PA-SHARE” screen.


Subscriptions for Pro and Business level accounts are now available for purchase.

To subscribe, go to your “User Profile” and click “Subscribe to PA-SHARE”. To review subscription levels and benefits, visit—Subscriptions.aspx.

Learning Tools

We have developed a PA-SHARE FAQ and a few step-by-step tutorials to help guide users as they learn how to use this new system. We will continue to update and develop these help materials throughout the next several weeks.

You can always ask us questions and look for some assistance by sending us an email at We will do our best to answer your email quickly so that you can continue with your work.

Author: Shelby Weaver Splain

Shelby Weaver Splain is the Education and Special Initiatives Coordinator for the Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office. Shelby is a native of Bucks County and holds a Masters degree in Historic Preservation Planning from Cornell University and a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Historic Preservation from Goucher College.

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