Megan Duvall is the Historic Preservation Officer for the City/County of Spokane. Prior to taking on her current role in Spokane in 2014, she spent nearly fifteen years as the Certified Local Government (CLG) Coordinator and the Survey Program Manager for the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) in Olympia. A native of Spokane, she graduated with a Fine Arts undergraduate degree from Washington State University with an emphasis in painting and studied preservation at the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia where she earned a MFA in Historic Preservation. She spent a couple of years as the Executive Director of the Enumclaw Downtown Partnership before taking the position with DAHP.
Learn more about the historic preservation program in the City of Spokane as well as Spokane County. Megan will discuss some of the initiatives recently undertaken by her office. She will also show us how to use the website to find out lots of information on the history of Spokane and specific properties and give tips on how to research historic properties and more!
Lunch with a discount and including tax is $8.70; with coffee $9.25, with soda $10.65.
Please pay as you come in to save time and confusion.