Landmark designation hearing
On Wednesday, July 19, the City of Rochester’s Preservation Board and Planning Commission will hold a special hearing to consider the historic campus of Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School for City landmark designation. The campus is officially eligible for listing in the State and National Registers of Historic Places; city landmark designation would recognize the significance of the site and help ensure that future development efforts will be in keeping with the historic architecture and landscape.
The Landmark Society, along with a coalition of organizations that includes Highland Park Neighborhood Association, Highland Park Conservancy, Community Design Center Rochester, and Historic Brighton, supports the landmark designation of this highly significant historic campus.
We encourage you to submit comments in support of landmark designation and, better yet, to attend the public hearing on July 19th and voice your support in person. Written comments can be submitted to Peter Siegrist and Jill Wiedrick, Senior Planners with the City of Rochester.
Wednesday, July 19 | 7:00 PM | City Hall, City Council Chambers, Room 302A
Happy Birthday Landmark!
This month The Landmark Society will turn 80 years young and we would love to hear from you! Please consider placing a congratulatory message in the 80th Anniversary Gala Program Book for only $15. The deadline for submitting your message is August 1st, 2017. Net proceeds from the Program Book and Gala will support our Preservation Grant Fund, the preservation of our historic properties, and other mission-based work of the organization. >>Click here to purchase and submit your message.
You are invited to a presentation on our 80th Anniversary Travel Tour, featuring A Transatlantic Crossing on Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 and England: Country & City. The travel tour will take place August 2-14, 2018. Join us to learn more about the trip next Tuesday, July 18th. Please RSVP to by e-mailing us or calling 585-546-7029 x11.
Tuesday, July 18 | 5:30 PM | Landmark Society headquarters, 133 S Fitzhugh St. | RSVP here