2019 preservation awards nominations
Categories - Scroll down to bottom of page to nominate:
Sweet, Sweet Orange Award:
Recognizes outstanding preservation, rehabilitation, or restoration of a historic residential building:
- preservation - Standards require retention of the greatest amount of historic fabric, along with the building’s historic form, features, and detailing as they have evolved over time.
- rehabilitation - Standards acknowledge the need to alter or add to a historic building to meet continuing or new uses while retaining the building’s historic character.
- restoration - Standards allow for the depiction of a building at a particular time in its history by preserving materials from the period of significance and removing materials from other periods.
Pitcher Park Award:
Recognizes exceptional landscape or garden enhancement on an historic site in Old Towne.
Good Neighbor Award:
Recognizes a new structure, or a non-contributing in-fill project, that is sympathetic in design as well as materials that demonstrate outstanding compatibility and harmony with neighboring historic structures.
Plaza City Award:
Recognizes superior restoration, preservation, adaptive reuse or enhancement of a historic commercial, industrial, or public-use property that sustains the life and vitality inherent in the original Orange Township.
Spirit of Old Towne Award:
Honors a person, group or building who has contributed most to the mission of OTPA, which is to preserve and enhance the unique Old Towne Orange area through education, communication and community involvement.
Dale Rahn Volunteer of the Year Award:
Honors an individual who demonstrates a commitment to Old Towne Orange by volunteering his or her time in various community programs and concerns to support the goals of OTPA.
Special Merit Award:
Honors a person, group, program, process or building that has contributed to preservation in Old Towne.