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Lightner Museum

75 King Street

St. Augustine, FL 32084

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The Florida Division of Historical Resources is partnering with the Certified Local Governments of St. Augustine and St. Johns County to provide Certified Local Government training March 25-26, 2019.

The purpose of this event will be to provide historic preservation training to CLG staff, board members, elected officials, and members of the general public, as well as to other local governments interested in the CLG program and Main Street community staff and board members.

A two-day program is planned for this event. The first day will feature training sessions on a number of important historic preservation issues including legal basics of preservation, standards and guidelines for design review, commission procedures, historic resource surveys, and community engagement. These topics will be presented by the National Alliance of Preservation Commission’s popular “CAMP” speakers. The CAMP training is limited, so register early. The second day will be facilitated by the Florida Division of Historical Resources and include sessions on Preservation Planning and the National Register of Historic Places.

To provide networking opportunities between CLGs, the workshops will include a networking reception on the program’s first day, and an open discussion session on the program’s second day. You are encouraged to bring discussion topics to this session.

When you sign up, please take a moment to complete this short survey to provide helpful information for our NAPC speakers :

The NAPC CAMP portion of the training can count towards AIA and APA continuing education credits, and some of the AIA credits qualify for HSW. If you have any specific questions about the continuing education credits, please contact Stephanie with NAPC:


Monday: Maria-Jefferson Room, Lightner Museum

Tuesday: Alcazar Room, City Hall (same building as Lightner Museum)

75 King Street
St. Augustine, Florida 32084

On-street parking is available surrounding the building and in the city parking garage (a 10 minute walk). Both will require a fee. For more information on parking, please visit the city's website:


Sunday: An optional tour and discussion will be held on Sunday afternoon regarding preservation issues in rural communities. For more information and to register, please visit the registration page:

Monday: A trolley tour of the Davis Shores neighborhood will be offered as an opportunity to visit a post-WWII neighborhood that is facing redevelopment due to the real estate market and flooding impacts from hurricanes.

Tuesday: Meet the director of the Lincolnville Museum for a tour of their collections highlighting African American history in St. Augustine and an opportunity to discuss challenges facing small cultural institutions.


A reception for training attendees featuring light hors d'oeuvres will be hosted by the Woman's Exchange at the Peña-Peck House on Monday evening from 5:30-7:00 pm.

Participants traveling from out of town have many options for accomodations. Below are several recommendations and discounted rates. Participants are also welcome to seek out the many options available through other hotel and lodging platforms.

The Kenwood Inn

Holiday Inn St. Augustine

  • Room rate from $109 (reduced from $149) plus 10.5% tax
  • 1302 North Ponce De Leon Blvd. St. Augustine, Florida 32084
  • 904-494-2100

Best Western Bayfront

  • Room rate from $139 (reduced from $179) plus 10.5% tax and nightly parking fee $15 plus tax
  • 16 Avenida Menendez, St. Augustine, Florida 32084
  • (904) 824 - 4482

Hilton St. Augustine Bayfront

  • Room rate from $179 (reduced from $250) plus 10.5% tax and nightly parking fee $28 plus tax
  • 32 Avenida Menendez, St. Augustine, Florida 32084
  • (904) 829-2277

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Lightner Museum

75 King Street

St. Augustine, FL 32084

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Organizer Division of Historical Resources

Organizer of St. Augustine CLG Training

The Florida Division of Historical Resources is part of the Florida Department of State and is charged with inspiring the love of Florida history through preservation and education. The Division serves as the State Historic Preservation Office and facilitates preservation activities across Florida by identifying and designating historic properties, by reviewing the impact on historic resources of federally and state permitted projects, and by providing training and technical assistance to our preservation partners at the state and local level.

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