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Mayor's Awards for Historic Preservation

Each year the Brookings Historic Preservation Commission, in cooperation with the Mayor’s Office, celebrates the best of preservation by presenting Mayor’s Awards to individuals, organizations or businesses whose work on Brookings’ properties demonstrate achievements in historic preservation. These efforts include homeowners who save and maintain important Brookings’ landmarks, as well as business owners who sensitively blend new construction in historic districts. All demonstrate commitment, leadership and achievements worthy of recognition. 

Eligible projects involve the rehabilitation of older homes, businesses or rental properties judged on consistency in style, materials appropriate to the date of construction, quality of workmanship and sensitivity to the environment. Nominations are solicited from the community throughout the year with official requests for nominations in April.

Mayors Award Winners
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
    • Masonic Temple, "Exterior Commercial Rehabilitation" 225 Main Avenue
  • 2013
    • Bob and Pat Fishback, "Overall Residential Restoration" 1001 6th Avenue
    • Christopher & Kelsey Stoltenberg, Michael & Heather Moechnig, "Historically Sensitive Addition" 521 8th Street
    • Kevin Grunewaldt and Blair Collins, "Interior Commercial Rehabilitation" 517 Medary Avenue
    • David and Tasha Jones, "Overall Residential Restoration" 625 9th Street
  • 2012
    • Old Market, "Commercial Adaptive Reuse" 424 5th Street
    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church, "Historically Sensitive Addition" 726 6th Street
    • The Brownstone Restaurant & Lounge, "Interior Restoration" 313 Main Avenue
  • 2011
    • Ginny Conger & David Aaron, "Residential Construction Garage" 621 8th Street
    • Kent Resman, Shad Swedlund, Jerrad Ziegeldorf, "Adaptive Reuse" 829 7th Avenue
    • Bill and Nancy Flynn, "Exterior Residential Restoration & Historically Sensitive Addition" 711 4th Street
    • Greg and Allison Sherwood, "Exterior Residential Restoration" 725 4th Street
    • Children's Museum of South Dakota, "Adaptive Reuse" 521 4th Street

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