Historical Resources Commission
Historic Preservation Awards:
Since 1997, the Historical Resources Commission has recognized property owners and preservationists through the annual historic preservation awards program. The program awards accomplishments in the following categories.
The program recognizes an individual or group that have shown through their work a career in preservation that has resulted in the preservation of structures, education and other related preservation activities.
The Advocate award goes to an individual or group that has through education, deeds or specific historic restoration(s) increased the public awareness of historic preservation within the community.
This award is presented to an outstanding renovation, restoration and/or preservation of a single family home or multi-family residential building.
This award is presented to an outstanding renovation, restoration and/or preservation of an existing historic structure. Non-residential category includes all structures which are not used primarily as a residence.
This award is presented to an outstanding adaptive reuse of an existing historic structure.
Historic Landmark Award:
The Landmark award is for structures, landscapes, objects, etc. that are considered to be of citywide, state or regional significance.
Significant Historic Resources:
The Resources award is given to an individual or group that has produced publications, A/V productions, significant research or other public outreach to promote preservation within the community.