UPDATE 10/15: We are excited to let you all know we have assessed approximately 300 historic buildings and structures post-earthquake in an effort to assist the community and the city in their recovering efforts. Our presence in the field is to not only assess buildings, but...Read More
Tuesday, October 28th, 5:00-8:00pm Ristorante Allegria, 1026 First Street, Napa $75 donation/two tickets Napa County Landmarks is celebrating 40 years of protecting and preserving Napa County’s architectural heritage. Join us for wine, hors d’oeuvres, and music...Read More
In 1857 a San Francisco entrepreneur, Samuel Brannan purchased land at the north end of the Napa Valley known as Hot Springs Township. Hoping to capitalize on the area’s mineral waters and natural hot springs, Brannan saw the potential of Calistoga to become a resort...Read More
The following information is a brief summary and aid to assist property owners in the initial assessment phase of reclaiming their homes and businesses by providing guidance to assessing the damage that you are encountering as a result of the South Napa Earthquake. After...Read More
You are invited to participate in a Preservation Action Committee (PAC) Meeting. The Preservation Action Committee has taken to the road, visiting towns and locations throughout Napa County to discuss historic preservation. Current Traveling Preservation Action Committee...Read More
Napa County Landmarks has offered walking tours of historic areas on the first Saturday of most months since the 1980s, and now you have the chance to take our tours whenever you want! Our history rich and architecturally diverse online walking tours are designed for smartphones...Read More
Napa County Landmarks Director of Historic Preservation, Stacey De Shazo, wrote an article that is now featured on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Leadership Forum Blog! The piece titled Response and Recovery after the South Napa Earthquake: Restoring Napa’s Sense of Place details the response and recovery efforts of Napa County Landmarks and volunteers after the South Napa Earthquake, as well as touching on the community’s determination to preserve and restore their cultural heritage. The article can be read in its entirety here.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
NCL hopes everyone is staying safe and being careful after the earthquake. Currently we are providing support throughout the city during this difficult time. If you own or manage historic property affected by the Napa Earthquake, it is important to know where to turn for preservation assistance and guidance immediately after a disaster affects your building. Unless assessment and remedial actions are taken in a timely manner, historic and cultural resources may be unnecessarily damaged or lost. NCL is available by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and via phone at 707-255-1836. Click here for more information.
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Napa County Landmarks is celebrating its 40th Anniversary! For 40 years we have served communities throughout Napa County, educating and advocating on behalf of threatened historic properties, serving as a resource for property owners and local governments alike, and promoting planning practices that foster healthy, livable, and sustainable communities while embracing our heritage. Click here to read more.
Napa County Landmarks
1754 Second Street, Suite E
Napa, CA 94559