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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- Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest Archaeologist Jan Hollenbeck Announces Retirement
- VACANCY FOR LACEY HISTORICAL COMMISSION and PARKS BOARD
- 2015 Events – Historic Seattle
- King County Historic Preservation Officer Julie Koler is Retiring!
- Creative Space – Tacoma
- 2014 Holiday Tour of Historic Homes Benefitting the Olympia Historical Society & Bigelow House Museum
- STYLE GUIDE – French Norman: 1918 to 1940
- Nutty Narrows Bridge, Dedicated to the Safe Passage of Squirrels, has been added to the NRHP!
- APA’s 2014 Great Places in America are Historic
- DAHP is on TV-W!
- STYLE GUIDE: Williamsburg Revival 1930-1950
- Washington Trust Announces a Call for Nominations to the 2015 Most Endangered Historic Properties List
- Washington Preservation Hero Award to Jennifer Haegele
- First Formally Trained Female Architect in Washington Discovered!
- 2015 Northwest Anthropological Conference Call for Papers