Every May during National Preservation Month, Knox Heritage releases its list of the most endangered historic buildings and places in Knox County to educate the public and local leaders about the plight of significant historic resources. Often, the endangered buildings and places are representative of issues that endanger similar parts of our heritage across the community.
The historic places included on the list are selected by the Knox Heritage Board of Directors from nominations received from members of Knox Heritage and the general public. The list provides a work plan for the organization over the next 12 months. Preservation strategies are developed for each site on the list and can include working with current property owners, government officials, citizens and/or potential new owners to preserve these important parts of Knox County’s heritage.
KNOX HERITAGE CALLS FOR NOMINATIONS OF MOST ENDANGERED HISTORIC PLACES
Deadline for 2017 “Fragile Fifteen” Nominations is Monday, March 27th
Knox Heritage invites the general public to submit nominations of Knoxville’s
Knox Heritage announced its 2016 list of the most endangered historic buildings and places in Knoxville and Knox County on May 16, 2016. The announcement took place at Oakwood Senior
KNOX HERITAGE CALLS FOR NOMINATIONS OF MOST ENDANGERED HISTORIC PLACES IN KNOX COUNTY
Deadline for 2016 “Fragile Fifteen” Nominations is Wednesday, April 6
Knox Heritage invites the general public to submit nominations
It’s been a tough year for Knox Heritage’s Fragile 15 List of Endangered Historic Places. The annual listing is designed to increase public awareness about the most fragile places that
KNOX HERITAGE TO ANNOUNCE THE 2014 FRAGILE FIFTEEN LIST OF ENDANGERED PLACES, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 11:00AM
Announcement To Be Held at Oakwood School, a former Fragile 15 Property Now Being Restored