There are many ways to advocate for our irreplaceable historic resources. AAPS volunteers meet together and attend Planning Board meetings and City Council meetings when an agenda item affects historic preservation. We work behind the scenes to meet with individuals and groups to present alternatives that preserve architectural history. We educate the general public on preservation through articles, tours, and our Historic Plaque and Preservation Awards programs.

Becoming an AAPS member is the first step in helping advocate for architectural history. If you are a member, you may want to join our Preservation Action Committee email list at this link:

If you are not a member of AAPS yet – please hop over to our Join page to become one.