“Each tour highlights the unique architectural heritage of the area and the citizens who helped Dayton thrive through the centuries,” said Monica Snow, president of Preservation Dayton. “The leisurely designed walks allow ample time to pause and appreciate the architecture, the streetscape, and the amenities of each area.”
Made possible by a $3,500 grant from the City of Dayton, 12 volunteers devoted more than 400 hours to create the web-based tours. PDI developed the first printed tour guides in 1994 with a grant from the Montgomery County Arts and Cultural District.
Easy downloadable audio and print formats with photos and Google maps are provided online at https://www.preservationday
Originally founded in 1983 as the Dayton Area Coalition of Historic Neighborhoods, Preservation Dayton is a non-profit corporation that promotes the restoration, renovation, and rehabilitation of historic structures and settings as economically viable activities and enhancements to the public welfare.
Contributions to PDI’s Endangered Property Fund can be made online at preservationdayton.com/
For more information, contact Monica ?Snow, Preservation Dayton president, at 937-234-4704 or [email protected]