Helping to build strong local preservation programs and leaders through education, training and advocacy.


FORUM July 13-17, 2022

The Alliance Review

A favorite of our members, The Alliance Review is NAPC’s quarterly publication, with articles on a variety of topics of interest to preservation commissions, staff, and property owners in local historic districts.

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Whether you are a community looking to adopt a local preservation ordinance or an established historic preservation commission seeking technical assistance, National Alliance of Preservation Commissions can help.

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NAPC is a strong advocate for local historic preservation commissions, relying on its established relationships with our national partners to help local preservation programs succeed and thrive.


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NAPC Offers Preservation Short Course at the Main Street NOW Conference in Boston March 27-29

The Preservation Short Course will take place as part of the Main Street NOW pre-conference in Boston, MA on Sunday, March 26th from 9 am - 4 pm.

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FREE Webinar! Design Review With Limited Resources: Working Without Professional Preservation Staff

NAPC is proud to offer our first webinar of 2023 for FREE. To enjoy webinars like this one all year, become a member for as little as $35!

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CAMP Resilience and Disaster Planning

Did you know that NAPC offers a Commission Assistance and Mentoring Program (CAMP) focused on Resilience and Disaster Planning?

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As a member of the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions, you become part of a national network of historic preservation commissions, boards of architectural review, staff, local and state preservation nonprofits, and residents of historic districts who value their historic resources.

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NAPC is honored to serve as a national voice for local preservation. This would not be possible without support from members and partners around the country. Learn more about how you can further our mission to build strong local preservation programs and leaders through education, training and advocacy.