Eureka Heritage Society Preservation Awards
Eureka Heritage Society Preservation Awards 2023
May is National Preservation Month.
Since 1995 the Eureka Heritage Society has taken the opportunity to recognize preservation efforts in our city by giving annual awards to deserving individuals and buildings.
How does the Society determine these awards?
We base them on more than just fresh paint and a new roof, although those are very important. Throughout each year, we watch and listen for news about restoration projects.
2023 Preservation Award Winners
1228 C Street
Katharine & Michael Eagan
1409 C Street
Karen Smith & Chaz Lord
2419 F Street
2085 Myrtle Avenue
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
Eureka Heritage Society Preservation Awards 2022
Annual Preservation Awards 2022
Giving these awards is one way the Eureka Heritage Society recognizes our community’s efforts to preserve for the future our city’s wonderful inventory of historic and architecturally significant buildings.
Shirley & Jim Davis
1604 Henderson Street
Barbara Olsson & Jim Lahman
2405 E Street
1940 E Street
Derek & Rachael Zizza
2306 E Street
Eureka Heritage Society Preservation Awards 2021
On July 10, 2021, The Eureka Heritage Society presented its 2021 Preservation Awards before a small gathering under tents on the grounds of the Annie B. Ryan house. Each of the seven award recipents contributed in unique ways to preserve precious structures in the greater Eureka area.
The Benbrook Family, Tuxedo Den
Zooey Goosby, Redwood Community Action Agency
Eureka First United Methodist Church
Matson & Vallerga Architects Inc.
Ray & Randy Swedenburg