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.
Please note the next Preservation Sacramento Roundtable will be held in December 2019.
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Thursday December 6
CADA Courtyard, 1322 O Street
- $5 requested donation -
The fall Preservation Roundtable will be held at the CADA Courtyard Building on the evening of Thursday, December 6. At this meeting, the City of Sacramento's preservation staff and consultants from Page & Turnbull will provide an overview of the first draft of Sacramento’s Historic District Plans (HDP) project. This public meeting will focus on the draft historic context and historic survey prepared by Page & Turnbull over the past year. Members of the public are encouraged to review and give feedback on this first portion of the document.
The draft document will be available for release to the public sometime during the week of November 12, 2018 and available for download at www.cityofsacramento.org/HDP
Also at the Preservation Roundtable:
Announcements and updates from Preservation Sacramento, Sacramento Heritage Inc., and other preservation organizations, and more information about the Historic Places Grant--applications for the grant are currently being accepted, with a filing deadline of December 10, 2018. City staff will answer questions regarding the grant program and how to apply.
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.