Stewardship Award Program
Program Guidelines and Purpose & Goals of the Program:
- Education/Outreach. The purposes of the program are to educate the public on the community’s historic resources and to promote an awareness and support for historic preservation within the community.
- Preservation & Rehabilitation. A goal of the program is to encourage rehabilitation and maintenance of historic structures and to influence community norms regarding the proper care & maintenance of historic resources.
- Recognition Format. The program is formatted to formally recognize & thank property owners who have done a great job of taking care of their properties.
- Introduction of Program. The stewardship awards program will be introduced to the community by press release at the beginning of each year.
- Nominations. Nominations are open to the general public. Please send the nomination form to the Historic Preservation Committee, City of Marshfield, 207 W. 6th Street, Marshfield, WI 54449 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A stewardship award certificate, framed, sealed & signed by the Mayor, will be presented to property owners to recognize their property and their restoration or upkeep efforts. Awards will be presented on an annual or bi-annual basis at a Common Council meeting or in conjunction with Historic Preservation Month event.
Award Eligibility Criteria & Selection Process:
- Criteria: Any structure, 50 years or older, that has been rehabilitated, restored, maintained or otherwise “improved” thereby improving or maintaining character of the structure and/or neighborhood.
- Selection Process. The Historic Preservation Committee will review nominations as they are received and discuss/vote on eligibility for award
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