The Alliance Review

The Alliance Review is the National Alliance of Preservation Commissions’ quarterly publication, which provides members with engaging articles on a variety of topics related to historic preservation commissions. Each edition of The Alliance Review is developed in response to issues facing local communities, NAPC members, and national partners. Articles are written by NAPC members and other preservation professionals across the country.

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Since its initial publication in 1984, The Alliance Review has been a treasured resource for preservationists. NAPC members receive the latest issue directly to their email inbox throughout the year. Below are links to issues going back to 2018. Issues published within the last twelve months are reserved for NAPC members only.

If you’d like to begin receiving this publication, join NAPC today. Prefer to enjoy The Alliance Review in hard copy? Options are available for a small fee when you become a member.

NAPC maintains a searchable archive of issues and articles dating back to 1984. Please contact us at 757-802-4141 or email director@napcommissions.org with requests for back issues.

2022 Issues (NAPC Members Only)

2021 Issues

2020 Issues

2019 Issues

2018 Issues

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NAPC is always looking for contributors and article ideas. Please contact us at 757-802-4141 or email director@napcommissions.org and share your ideas and/or talents! 

Membership

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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Support NAPC

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.