Preservation Burlington's mission is to preserve and protect the historic architecture and livability of Burlington through education and advocacy.
The organization was founded in 1998 and counts among its successes ordinance changes that have helped revitalize historic residential neighborhoods, retention of several important buildings threatened by demolition and recognition of preservation activities within the community.
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COME VOLUNTEER WITH US!
Volunteering for Preservation Burlington is a great opportunity to learn about historic preservation, Burlington's history, and the people who love both. We offer a range of opportunities to match your interests and availability.
Volunteers provide an invaluable service to our organization in areas such as: education, special events, membership and research. Interested? Check out our working groups and get involved today!
Playing with Modernism: Recreational Architecture in Vermont in the mid-20th Century
Chaplin Hall Gallery, Norwich University
Friday, April 5, 4pm
Speaker: PB board member and VT State Architectural Historian Devin Colman. Details »
Annual Homes Tour - Saturday June 7, 2014