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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- Wanted: Historic Sites or Landmarks in King County
- History of Tacoma Free Trivia Night
- DAHP Welcomes New Assistant State Physical Anthropologist
- Downtown Olympia Association to Hire Executive Director
- Seattle Theatre Group Hiring Director of Historic Facilities Capital Program
- Have You “Met” Our Staff?
- Seattle Magazine Highlights “Historic” Road Trips for Summer
- Wenatchee Looks to Hire Associate Planner
- Research Award Available from SAH
- Washington State Library Reduces Service Hours
- Falling by the Wayside: Call for 2014 Nominations
- Public Meeting Planned on Future of Northern State Hospital
- Cultural Resource Protection Summit
- M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Supports Academy Campaign to Purchase the Historic Academy Building with $650,000 Challenge Grant
- Des Moines Historical Society Presents “Rail in the Northwest” Talk