Arts, Culture, and Humanities

Preservation Piedmont

  • Charlottesvle, VA
  • http://ppiedmont.squarespace.com

Mission Statement

Preservation Piedmont is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of the built environment and its setting in order to protect and create an appreciation for the historic resources of the region.

This mission includes promoting greater public awareness of and advocating for historic preservation in the region, protecting the historic resources of the region, sponsoring educational tours and programs that encourage public participation in the preservation, restoration, and ownership of historic and archeological sites, buildings and structures, and landscapes significant to the cultural, social and architectural history of the regionis promoted by the protection and rehabilitation of historic buildings, sites, and neighborhoods, as well as the natural and created landscape, traditional routes, and open spaces.

Main Programs

  1. Document Before Demolish

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Service Areas

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Virginia

Preservation Piedmont serves the City of Charlottesville, Virginia; the County of Albemarle, and adjacent localities.

ruling year

2006

President since 2013

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Ms. Amanda Burbage

Keywords

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Historic Preservation

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EIN

54-1673967

 Number

0793895444

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Historical Societies and Related Activities (A80)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

Programs + Results

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Programs

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Program 1

Document Before Demolish

Preservation Piedmont initiated a City-wide program called Document Before Demolish. The program aims to record jeopardized historic structures through photography, field notes, and, under special circumstances, measured drawings. Since initiation in 2004, this important program has led to the documentation of at least 65 threatened properties. Most of the buildings on these properties have been demolished but, due to the ongoing efforts of Preservation Piedmont, will not be forgotten.

Category

Historic Preservation & Conservation

Population(s) Served

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Budget

Service Areas

Self-reported

Virginia

Preservation Piedmont serves the City of Charlottesville, Virginia; the County of Albemarle, and adjacent localities.

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Preservation Piedmont

Leadership

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President

Ms. Amanda Burbage

Governance

BOARD CHAIR

Laura Knott

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