Community Stewardship Awards

Our annual Community Stewardship Awards (formerly Heritage Awards) celebrates the people who make preservation happen: dedicated homeowners, insightful architects, creative developers, community partners, and visionary leaders. This event also serves as our nonprofit's largest fundraiser for the year.

 

Preservation Utah began recognizing individuals and groups with Community Stewardship Awards over thirty years ago.

Each award recipient represents, in one way or another, a model of historic preservation. As a group, the recipients represent the many and varied waysHIJ_7340.jpg preservation is accomplished in our communities. Award recipients include innovative adaptive use projects, the tireless efforts of dedicated homeowners, threatened buildings that have been saved from destruction, and the lifetime efforts of committed preservationists. Through this awards program, Preservation Utah congratulates our award recipients and thanks them for their contribution to preserving Utah's architectural heritage.

Community Stewardship Awards are given only to building owners, companies and individuals in Utah who have shown the highest standard of preservation in their projects. It is a wonderful event that will leave you feeling inspired and motivated by the display of commitment to historic restoration and preservation.

Saturday, October 22nd, 2022

Industry, SLC

Granary District
650 South 500 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84101

Doors open at 5:00 p.m.

Business Casual / Semi formal attire.

 

Schedule of the Evening

  • 5-7 pm Check-in/Open House/Walking-exploration/Cocktail/Dinner/Silent Auction
  • 7-8 pm Presentation/Stories
  • 8-9 pm Mingle

 

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Winners

Projects and people that will be honored this year include:

Projects
Awardees
Adaptive Reuse
Baldwin Radio Factory Kevin Flynn
evo Campus Salt Lake  Lloyd Architects and Lake Union Partners 
Individual - Organization
Chief Little Solider Way Friends of Bingham Fort 
Zion Canyon Corridor Jane Whalen
Legacy Business or Heritage Organization
Park City Historic Mining Structures Friends of Ski Mountain Mining History
Wasatch Touring Charlie and Dwight Butler
Rehabilitation or Restoration
Amanda Knight Hall Mountain Classic Real Estate, Inc. 
Davis County Memorial Courthouse Davis County Government / CRSA / Hogan Construction
Utah Governor’s (Kearns) Mansion Executive Residence Commission / Utah Division of Facilities and Construction Management 
Jackson Apartments Hampstead Development Partners, Inc.
Parowan Main Street Commercial Block (Historic Dodge Dealership) Mollie Halterman

 

Preservation Utah offers each highlighted preservation project two complimentary tickets. As a project winner, if you would like to sponsor the event, you will receive the benefits of the next sponsor level up.

If you have any questions regarding the Community Stewardship Awards process and program, please contact  or (801) 533-0858.

  

Download a PDF of Complete Sponsorship Information

 

Sponsorship Levels

Tier 1 $10,000 +
Tier 2 $7,500 +
Tier 3 $5,000 +
Tier 4 $2,500 +
Tier 5 $1,750 +

 

 

Individual Tickets

Regular $150
Early bird (purchased by 9/30) $125

  

Tickets are no longer available.

 

The FINAL day to register for event sponsorships will be this coming Wednesday, October 12th.
The FINAL day to register for individual tickets will be October 18th. 

Or until they have sold out.

 

Thank you to our supporters, without whom we could not present this event!


Presenting Sponsor

 

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