Preservation Roundtable Quarterly Meetings
Preservation Round Table
The Preservation Roundtable is a quarterly Preservation Sacramento membership meeting. The Preservation Roundtables are open to the public and we encourage non-members to attend to learn more about the organization and historic preservation and planning issues in the City of Sacramento. The location of the meeting changes each quarter, so please join our notification list to receive a notification for the next meeting.
Summer Preservation Roundtable
- 7th & H Streets Housing Community - 720 H Street - Saturday, May 20th
- 9:00a to 12:00p -
Parking is available at nearby parking structures and lots, but the project is also well served by public transit and bicycle. Snacks (coffee, fruit and pastries) will be provided. A $5 voluntary donation is requested to offset the cost of refreshments.
- $5 requested donation -
Jacqueline Whitelam, Former Executive Director of CADA
Mending a Wounded City's Heart: Building a Sustainable Neighborhood in California's Capital City
Jacqueline Whitelam, author ofMending a Wounded City's Heart, is the former executive director of CADA (Capitol Area Development Authority) and currently a member of the city of Sacramento's Preservation Commission. Ms. Whitelam first came to Sacramento in the mid-1970s as a student, to work on what was then called the Capitol Area Plan. She was named Director of CADA in 2011. View on Amazon
Downtown Specific Plan
Greg Sandlund, City of Sacramento Planner, will be presenting information about the Downtown Specific Plan and its potential impact on historic resources. The plan includes several streamlining initiatives that are likely to impact Sacramento residents and neighborhoods for years to come. Specific Plan Website
Preservation Sacramento is a 501(c)(4) non-profit dedicated to protecting Sacramento's historic places and encouraging quality urban design through advocacy, outreach, and activism. JOIN Preservation Sacramento to receive special discounts to upcoming events.