Preservation Dallas is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and revitalization of Dallas' buildings, neighborhoods and other historical, architectural, and cultural...
Preservation Dallas is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and revitalization of Dallas' buildings, neighborhoods and other historical, architectural, and cultural resources. Founded in 1972, Preservation Dallas has a successful history of saving some of our community's finest landmarks.
Preservation Dallas works to rescue and protect our city's heritage through:
Public Awareness and Education - Preservation Dallas conducts tours and workshops to keep the community up to date on current preservation issues. We provide extensive resources for researching information about neighborhoods, cultural opportunities, schools, shopping and recreation, as well as housing options and amenities.
Downtown Revitalization - Preservation Dallas provides information and support for long-term economic revitalization and better living within the inner city and downtown.
Neighborhood Support - Preservation Dallas helps neighborhoods deal with challenges, such as appropriate zoning, designation and preservation of significant buildings and sites. We also assist communities with revitalization and development.
Discover Dallas! Historical Survey - This four-year, citywide architectural survey will identify significant properties from the 19th century through the mid-1960s.
Preservation Dallas is supported by generous contributions from the Meadows Foundation. The Meadows Foundation owns and maintains the Wilson Block on historic Swiss Avenue and the Wilson House, home of Preservation Dallas. In addition, the Meadows Foundation funds many of Preservation Dallas' programs including the Intown Living Center, a resource for potential residents and homeowners to learn about the advantages of living intown. The center also educates developers and historic property owners about the economics of historic preservation, including property tax incentives.
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