Eligible projects can be anywhere within the City limits. The deadline for nominations is April 6 and there is no fee to apply.
Fernandina Beach, FL – The City of Fernandina Beach wishes to recognize the efforts of those involved in preserving our unique architectural resources by honoring historic preservation projects through the City’s second preservation awards program.
Historic structures contribute to the identity of our community, and sensitive treatment of these resources ensures residents and visitors will experience our community character in the future.
Eligible projects can be anywhere within the City limits, completed within the last five years, and finished no later than March 31, 2012. The deadline for nominations is April 6, 2012. There is no fee to apply. Award recipients will be honored at a City Commission meeting during May 2012, National Preservation Month.
The City held an inaugural awards program in 2010; winners were the Amelia Island Museum of History, Amelia Dream Cars, and Kenneth Smith Architects for the Amelia Island Lighthouse.
For more information or to download a nomination form, please visit www.fbfl.us/historicdistrict or contact Adrienne Dessy, Historic Preservation Planner, at 904-277-7325.