As in past years, the bulk of American neighborhoods, streets and public spaces honored by the American Planning Association (APA) are historic places. This year, Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhoods and Downtown Walla Walla were selected as Great Neighborhoods, Beacon Hill recognized for its rich diversity of cultures and urban vitality and Walla Walla for taking advantage of its historic downtown as a hub of the region’s booming wine industry. Read more here.
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- Help Celebrate Archaeology Day at the Burke Museum
- National Trust for Historic Preservation Study Focuses on Neglect of Historic VA Hospitals
- Advisory Council on Historic Preservation Releases Guidance on THPOs and Section 106
- Port Townsend Main Street Celebrates the Adventuress’ 100th Anniversary with Commerative Ornament
- 2013 Holiday Tour of Historic Homes Benefitting the Bigelow House Museum in Olympia
- Washington Trust Announces a Call for Nominations to the 2014 Most Endangered Historic Properties List
- The National Park Service’s Cultural Resources Diversity Internship Program Invites You to Submit Project Proposals for its Summer 2014 program!
- Draft State Historic Preservation Plan Review Period Down to Final Week
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- Seattle Times Features DAHP State Physical Anthropologist in Story
- City of Olympia to Hire Associate Planner – Experienced in Historic Preservation
- ‘November on the North Shore’ Open House at the Historic U.S. Quarantine Station Museum at Knappton Cove, Washington
- Draft State Historic Preservation Plan Available for Review
- Archaeology of the Fort Vancouver Village Talk at the Washington State Capital Museum November 4
- Free Event Celebrating Tacoma’s Art at Work Month