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Virginia Seeks Feedback on Historic Preservation through Online Survey

The Virginia Department of Historic Resources is seeking the public's input on issues facing historic preservation, what the community values and how to address the future of preservation efforts.

A rendering of the Carlton with a reflection pool that was not installed. Courtesy of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (Source: Facebook)
A rendering of the Carlton with a reflection pool that was not installed. Courtesy of the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (Source: Facebook)
The Virginia Department of Historic Resources would like to hear what you have to say about historic preservation.

The VDHR has created a public, anonymous online survey it hopes will address the following questions:
  • "What are the major issues facing the preservation community and use of historic resources over the next decade?"
  • "What values and vision should shape our collective formal preservation plans and goals?"
  • "How should Virginia’s preservation community (including this agency and a wide range of public and private partners) address these issues as we preserve and care for Virginia’s historic resources during the next decade?"
The department invites the public to complete the survey on its website, where visitors can also see a comprehensive version of the historic preservation plan

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