April Membership Lunch Program
The California Preservation Foundation and the California Historical Code - a conversation with Cindy Heitzman
Founded in 1977, the California Preservation Foundation is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of California's diverse cultural and architectural heritage. With over 1,500 members, they are California's leading voice for historic preservation, as well as its most valuable source for preservation-related assistance. The Foundation is a proud partner with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The mission of the California Preservation Foundation is to provide statewide leadership, advocacy and education to ensure the protection of California's diverse cultural heritage and historic places.
Please join us at the historic Petaluma Arts Center for a lunch program conversation with Cindy Heitzman, Executive Director of the California Preservation Foundation. Ms. Heitzman is also the former chief building official of St. Helena, California and specializes in application of the California Historical Code.
AIA CEU's:1 HSW
1.Understand the history, mission, and goals of The California Preservation Foundation
2.Identify how the California Historical Code is applied to renovation projects
3.Examine how various provisions the California Historical Code differ from those of the California Building Code
4.Encourage the preservation of historic and architecturally significant structures thru research, design, funding, and code application.
Petaluma Arts Center (View)
230 Lakeville St.
Petaluma, CA 94954
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