Jan 162013

Categories include noteworthy Residential and Commercial rehabilitation projects; Institutional (schools, churches, governments, etc.), projects that have kept the historic character of the building; conservation, educational, or restoration Landscape projects; and projects that have restored a Landmark building or site. Neighborhood Heritage Awards are given to rehabilitation projects that help stabilize a historic neighborhood or area, while Historically Respectful Design Awards are for additions or new construction that integrate well into the historic streetscape. Adaptive Use Awards are for projects that have converted a building to a new use while keeping its historic character; and Place in History Awards are for institutions that have continued to operate in a historic setting for 100 years or more. Special Heritage Awards are given to individuals who have worked to preserve a special aspect of our heritage or who have advanced the cause of historic preservation in our community. Please submit your nominations by March 15, 2013.