The Preservation Resource Center's supporters are some of the most vocal in the community about issues affecting old neighborhoods and the preservation of historic buildings. Whether you want to talk about the newest roofing products on the market or invasion of suburban-style development, the Preservation Resource Center's Neighborhood Council and Preserve New Orleans "egroups" are the place to go!
The Preservation Resource Center's Neighborhood Council is an organization of neighborhood associations in New Orleans, which provides an opportunity for individuals and organizations to be more actively and effectively involved in neighborhood preservation, planning and zoning by coordinating and combining resources.
This email group is a distribution group as opposed to a discussion group. PRC uses this forum to distribute meeting notices, meeting agendas, information about PRC events, advocacy requests and the like.
Preserve New Orleans is a moderated discussion group in which those wishing to preserve the rich architectural and cultural heritage of the city can exchange views, ideas, and information about issues post Hurricane Katrina. Access is open to the public but membership must be approved by the moderator.
Preserve New Orleans is a discussion list where contributed messages are distributed to everyone on the list.
The goal of Preserve New Orleans is to act as a catalyst for engaging state leaders, community leaders and others in an ongoing dialog about the restoration of neighborhoods after Katrina. Preserve New Orleans is designed to create a community in which members can mutually benefit from their shared knowledge and experiences in the recovery effort.