About Historical Preservation, INC.
Historical Preservation, Inc. (HPI) is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation founded in 1969. The Board of Directors meets every month, except July, and is elected at the Annual Contributors' Meeting the last Saturday in January.
President: Bill Carey
Vice President: Marva Ellard
2nd Vice President: Diane Worthington
3rd Vice President: Margaret Brooks
Secretary: Meredith Herald
Treasurer: Chase Schnebel
Assistant Treasurer: Cathy O'Connor
Immediate Past President: Nancy Nagle
In addition to enforcing the zoning regulations of the Historic Preservation, HPI has been charged with building an endowment fund to carry out long range goals and to preserve and enhance the quality of life in the neighborhood. To achieve its goals, HPI is organized into the following committees:
Heritage Hills Herald
Long Range Planning: View our most recent Long Range Plan HERE.
Trees, Parks and Beautification
Website and Communications
For example, when light poles or street signs in the neighborhood are damaged, it is HPI's responsibilty to remedy it, not the city's. Likewise, all the landscaping in the medians and parks is also the responsibility of HPI. And to help maintain a distinctive characteristic of our neighborhood, large trees, HPI sponsors an annual tree planting program.
For more details on Historical Preservation, Inc. you can download a copy of its bylaws.