Historic Preservation Awards will spotlight best projects in the River Region
The City of Montgomery Historic Preservation Commission will accept award nominations for preservation, restoration, garden and educational projects until April 1
MONTGOMERY – The City of Montgomery‘s Historic Preservation Commission will recognize those committed to celebrating, collecting and preserving the rich heritage and history bursting within the nation’s Best Historic City through its 2017 Historic Preservation Awards Program.
Any individual, organization, agency, or business who demonstrated an outstanding achievement in historic preservation is eligible to be nominated for the preservation award.
The awards will be placed in three categories; residential projects, commercial/adaptive reuse and craftsmanship. Nominees will also be considered for the UnderDog, Landscape/Garden Restoration, Heritage Education and Outreach Programming and the Robert G. Daniel Awards.
Nominations must be accompanied by a completed form available at www.montgomeryal.gov, a 50-100 word description of the project and 5-12 photographs. The submission deadline is April 1, 2017. Submissions will be received in person at the City’s Planning Controls Department at 25 Washington Ave., emailed to Christy Anderson at email@example.com or through completion of the online form at http://www.montgomeryal.gov/city-government/departments/planning/planning-news.
Awards will be presented at the regularly scheduled May Historic Preservation Commission meeting on June 13th at 5:30 p.m. in the Council Auditorium at City Hall.
For more information on the awards or nomination process, please contact Christy Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (334) 625-2041.