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Do you want to be recognized for preserving a historic property or adding to the integrity of a historic district in the city?
The Historic Preservation Board gives the following awards to historic property renovation projects and compatible new construction in historic districts:
Each application must be for a project that has been completed within two years of the submission date. Applications may be submitted by any resident, organization, business or agency. The criteria for each category are:
Centennial Award: Nominated buildings must be 100 years or older in the year the award is given, display historic and architectural integrity and be well-maintained. The building must be listed as a contributing structure in a local historic district or is a designated local landmark.
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You will need to provide:
Applications for this year must be submitted by March 27, 2020.
Nominate a Project for a Historic Preservation Award
Nominations will be reviewed by the Historic Preservation Board.
We will recognize the winners at a City Council meeting in May during Historic Preservation Month.