The City of Woodland’s Historical Preservation Commission is pleased to announce this year’s 2014 Heritage Home and Preservation Award recipients.
The Heritage Home award is a public recognition of a remarkable family home and commemorates that home’s contribution to the aesthetically and historically significant residential architecture of Woodland. The award is honorary, recognizes the home as a special community resource, and recognizes those homes that have been well maintained or restored.
The Preservation Award is a public recognition of individuals or organizations, which have helped preserve Woodland’s historical resources or improved the public’s awareness of the history of the City of Woodland.
Each year the Historical Preservation Commission considers nominations and selects the award recipients. This year the Commission has chosen six and will presents the awards to the owners of the selected Heritage Home and Preservation nominees. The Heritage Home award consists of a Certificate of Recognition and an attractive 7” x 10” oval bronze plaque from the Erie Landmark Company listing the year of construction of the home and year awarded. The Preservation award consists of Certificate of Recognition.
The three homes selected to receive the Heritage Home award this year are:
• The Barzo home at 543 Third Street, Date of Construction - 1927
• The Westwood home 310 Cross Street, Date of Construction - 1896
• The Monley home at 421 Pendegast Street, Date of Construction - 1912
The individuals or organizations selected to receive the Preservation Award are:
• Meg and Tom Stallard
• BJ Ford
• Sacramento Valley Historical Railways
The Historical Preservation Commission will present the Heritage Home and Preservation Awards on September 3 at 6 PM in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 300 First Street, Woodland, California. For more information, please contact Paul L Hanson, AICP, Senior Planner at (530) 661-5814. Or by Email: email@example.com