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Mission Statement

Napa County Landmarks is an organization that promotes the appreciation of irreplaceable historic buildings and sites through educational programs, public policy advocacy, research, and technical assistance.

Description

Like many non-profits, Napa County Landmarks was founded by a group of local citizens. Concerned that Napa's unique architectural treasures were being lost in the name of development, John Whitridge III and others gathered together to stop the wholesale destruction of Napa's core downtown.

Incorporated as Napa Landmarks in 1974, the organization realized its initial scope was too small and that other communities in Napa County also were under threat to organized and unsympathetic redevelopment or benign neglect. Thus, the mission grew, and the name changed in 1986 to Napa County Landmarks.

We are located in downtown Napa in the historic Goodman Library.

Website

http://www.napacountylandmarks.org

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