Preservation Racine is a nonprofit organization established in 1973 to identify and actively encourage the preservation of buildings, sites, and districts in the Racine, Wisconsin area which have historical, architectural, and cultural value. 
We provide educational materials, programs, and slide shows to schools and civic organizations.  We make annual donations to the Racine Public Library and to the Archives of the Racine County Historical Society and Museum.   One of our goals is to provide services to the community.  We assisted in establishing legislation for the creation of the Racine Landmarks Preservation Commission.


Preservation Racine By Laws 2016_1.pdf
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Monthly meetings are typically held on the first Monday and often take place in historic buildings where those attending may tour the historic site and learn the history of the structure firsthand.
Further, an annual Tour of Historic Places is held on the last Sunday in September.   Tour - goers are guided through historically and architecturally significant buildings.