The Greenwich Preservation Network
Publicity and active responses from residents regarding demolitions of historic structures have signaled the need to educate the community on what our town’s historic resources really are, and how and why we should preserve, protect and promote these unique structures.
To this end, in March 2015, the Greenwich Historical Society formed the Greenwich Preservation Network by inviting a cross-section of the town’s leadership of public and private organizations and businesses to participate.
The aim of the Greenwich Preservation Network is to outline potential economic and governmental incentives for preservation of historic and architecturally significant structures–residential, commercial and institutional–and to publicize and develop programs to educate the community on local resources.
Experts in historic preservation and economic development will be tapped to provide information on what other communities have done to preserve their structures and to shed light on funding sources and preservation incentives.