DeMuro 2017

Nominations Open: Restore Oregon DeMuro Awards, Most Endangered Places

2017 DeMuro Award Nomination

The DeMuro Award honors extraordinary examples of the rehabilitation and reuse of historic buildings, homes, public spaces, or landscapes, and compatible infill development that enhances historic districts. Nominated projects may be large or small, urban or rural, and those selected will display exceptional quality, creativity, problem-solving, and impact.

To nominate a Project for a Demuro Award, please fill out the application.
Submissions must be received by 5:00pm of business on July 14th. Full details and instructions can be found on the application. If you have any questions, please contact Peggy Moretti at 503 946-6446 or peggym@RestoreOregon.org.

2018 Oregon’s Most Endangered Places Nomination

Each year, historic properties across Oregon are rehabilitated and reused, enriching our lives, revitalizing Main Streets, and attracting visitors. Unfortunately, there are also scores of historic properties in imminent danger of being lost to hard times, development pressures, demolition, or neglect. These unique places tell the story of their community’s heritage, values, industry, and culture.

Restore Oregon wants to help preserve and pass forward these irreplaceable assets by focusing public attention and resources on them. Properties selected for the 2018 Most Endangered Places list will receive technical assistance to address immediate threats, provide educational resources to the local community, and develop strategies for their long-term viability and preservation.

To nominate a Most Endangered Place, please fill out the application.
All materials must be received by 5:00pm on July 10, 2017, to be considered for listing. Full details and instructions can be found on the application. If you have any questions, please contact Dan Everhart at Dan@RestoreOregon.org or by phone at (503) 946-6379.

Save-the-Date: Restoration Celebration, November 10th

Restore Oregon will announce both the DeMuro Award winners and our 2018 Oregon’s Most Endangered Places on November 10, 2017 at The Restoration Celebration, Oregon’s premier historic preservation and heritage event honoring the individuals, organizations, businesses, properties, neighborhoods, landmarks and other entities that have been part of our state’s historic preservation efforts during the previous year.

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