Preserve Orange County began just over two years ago with a post office box at the Spurgeon Station, in downtown Santa Ana on Bush Street.
Architectural historian and Orange County resident, Alan Hess, has written a new book with co-author, Michael Stern. Published by Rizzoli, the book’s title is Hollywood Modern: Houses of the Stars
One way Preserve Orange County fulfills its mission is by providing legal or other technical advice to local preservation organizations that are advocating for a site in their cities.
Preserve Orange County and the state advocacy group, the California Preservation Foundation, hosted "The Preservationist Toolkit" at the Mission San Juan Capistrano on February 8, 2018.
The Los Angeles Times describes the work of Preserve Orange County, and highlights the endangered status of the Killefer School and Historic Wintersburg.
In one of the country's largest National Register Historic Districts, Preserve Orange County hosted its first official launch party on November 3rd at the Hilbert Museum of California Art in Old Town Orange.
A part of our program to recognize the leadership of cities, organizations and individuals on county preservation issues, Preserve Orange County awarded a commendation to the City of Orange on November 3rd.
Header photograph: roof tiles, Casas Capistrano, c. 1966, San Juan Capistrano