Click here to watch the recording of this program on Historic Seattle’s YouTube channel.
Click the links below to download PDFs of the presentations:
- Preservation Advocacy Workshop 3: Seattle Landmark Nomination (Erin Doherty, City of Seattle)
- Preservation Advocacy Workshop 3: Seattle Landmark Nomination (Jeff Murdock, Historic Seattle)
City of Seattle Landmarks Coordinator Erin Doherty discusses how the City of Seattle’s landmark designation process promotes and protects places of historic, cultural, architectural, and social importance. Seattle has eight historic districts and more than 400 buildings, structures, sites, and objects that are valuable cultural assets that help shape our communities and collective histories. Historic Seattle’s Preservation Advocacy Manager, Jeff Murdock, discusses what happens once a place is landmarked.
This is the third of four expert-led workshops designed to build your grassroots preservation advocacy toolkit. Sign up for one, two, or the whole series!
Photo Credit: Jean Sherrard for “Seattle Now & Then,” Pacific NW Magazine, Seattle Times (January 31, 2021)