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.
Receive notifications of new posts by email once a day.
Search by month:
Search by category:
DAHP Blog Feed
- DAHP Move Update: Last Message from 1063
- Preservation in the News
- Society for Architectural Historians Conference – October 23-25
- Update: DAHP Move on Target for March 1
- Call for Session Proposals – Revitalize WA 2015 – Bellingham
- Now Hiring – Historic Preservation Planner – City of Ellensburg
- UPDATE: DAHP Move on Target for March 1
- 8th Annual 2015 Cultural Resource Protection Summit
- RFP for Preparation of Post WWII Commercial/Industrial Context Study
- Free Grant Writing Workshop sponsored by the Washington State Historical Society
- Colville Confederated Tribes has an opening for an Archaeologist I
- New Exhibit: Strength, Utility, and Beauty: Architectural Metal in the Gilded Age
- Olympic National Forest Seeks Archaeologist Candidates
- NPI GIS for Cultural Resources – Salem, OR – April 28-May 1
- Historic Preservation Internship at Seattle City Light!