The 2013 Pennsylvania At Risk nomination form is now available
The form to nominate historic properties to the 2013 Pennsylvania At Risk
list is now available. Please click here
for a version of the form in Microsoft Word that can be filled out electronically. Or, click here
for a .pdf.
Pennsylvania At Risk serves as a representative sampling of the Commonwealth's most endangered historic resources. For the purpose of this list, endangerment is defined as threat of demolition, significant deterioration, vandalism, alteration, and/or loss of context. It is our belief that publication of this list draws statewide attention to the plight of Pennsylvania's historic resources, promotes location action to protect resources, and encourages additional state funding for historic sites.
To be eligible for inclusion in Pennsylvania At Risk, the property must be designated as historic at the local, state or federal level, and must be faced with an imminent, recognized endangerment either from overt action, neglect, incompatible use, or loss of context.
Applications are due Friday, October 18th, 2013 and the list will be announced in January, 2014. Please contact Erin Hammerstedt at email@example.com
or (814) 571-2444 with questions.
20-Year Retrospective Edition of Pennsylvania At Risk
This 1992-2012 edition of Pennsylvania At Risk
is available here
As we celebrated the 30th anniversary of our organization and the 20th anniversary of Pennsylvania At Risk
in 2012, Preservation Pennsylvania prepared a 20-year retrospective edition of Pennsylvania At Risk
for release in 2013. In this issue, we revisit one of the amazing historic places that was listed in each of the past 20 years to discuss its current status and what has been done in an effort to preserve or rehabilitate it since it was listed in Pennsylvania At Risk
Pennsylvania At Risk Database and Archives
To access a searchable database
of all properties listed in Pennsylvania At Risk
since 1992, click here.