In recognition of National Preservation Month in May, the City is hosting a series of informal webinars discussing Georgetown’s history and historic preservation efforts lead by Britin Bostick, the City’s Downtown and Historic Planner.
The meetings will be held on Mondays in May at Noon and feature a different topic each Monday. Links to the meetings will be online at historic.georgetown.org.
Preservation Month events:
- May 4—Where to find the City of Georgetown’s online historic resources and a brief history of Downtown’s development.
- May 11—Topic: What is a Certificate of Appropriateness (COA), why do we have them, and when did Downtown have a 100-foot tall tower?
- May 18—Pro tips for historic property research and the first known female real estate developer in Georgetown.
- May 25—How the railroad made the Downtown we enjoy today, and why Old Town has so many different building styles.