Preservation on Main Street

July 21 - 24, 2021

We look forward to seeing you all this year in New Port Richey for Preservation on Main Street.

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Reimagining the Road Ahead

Preservation on Main Street

July 21 - 24, 2021

We look forward to seeing you this year in New Port Richey for Preservation on Main Street.

Learn and Be Inspired

Network with your colleagues, make new connections and continue to learn and grow as we work together to protect Florida’s history and heritage. Our conference includes dynamic speakers, exclusive tours and an incomparable opportunity to connect with and be inspired by preservationists and Main Street professionals. 

​The Preservation on Main Street conference will provide continuing education credits with the Florida APA and AIA. If you would like to claim those credits you will need to include your APA and AIA number when registering. 

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New Port Richey, located in Pasco County, is nestled on the picturesque Pithlachscotee River, affectionately known as the Cotee River by locals. The City of New Port Richey continues to maintains its small-town charm despite being only 30 miles north of the greater Tampa Bay area. 

Join us and explore the history and natural beauty of this historic Main Street!

During the event, we will be utilizing smart health and safety precautions. We ask that all participants in the conference wear masks while indoors and remain socially distanced. There will be hand sanitizer stations throughout the event, and session spaces will be cleaned between each session. 

PRESERVATION ON MAIN STREET IS HOSTED BY:

Florida Main Street

Florida Main Street is a technical assistance program with the goal of revitalizing historic downtowns and encouraging economic development within the context of historic preservation. Florida Main Street is administered by the Division of Historical Resources under the Florida Department of State. The program is affiliated with the National Main Street Center. Learn more.

Florida Trust for

Historic Preservation

The Florida Trust for Historic Preservation is the state’s nonprofit dedicated to protecting Florida’s extraordinary heritage and history. Founded in 1978, the Florida Trust has collaborated to save irreplaceable Florida treasures like the Historic Florida Capitol and is a statewide partner of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Learn more.