2020 Preservation Awards: Nominate an Achievement for an Individual or Organization
Please submit your nomination by *Friday, February 21, 2020*.
For questions about the awards or about submitting a nomination, contact Johns W. Hopkins by email at
or by phone at 410-332-9992.
Please note: you are able to edit your award nomination after you submit but the form does not save your draft until you hit submit.
Please provide your name, email, address and phone number. If you are not the most appropriate contact, please provide contact information for the best person to answer questions about the nomination.
Please share more information about this achievement.
Not sure which category fits your nomination best? Read our Award Guidelines:
Historic Baltimore Neighborhoods
Douglas H. Gordon Award (Lifetime Achievement)
Please provide the name of the individual or organization.
If the nominee is an organization, please provide the name of the best contact person.
Nominee Phone Number
Nominee Mailing Address
Submit photos for the project (JPG preferred, at least 1024px wide) by using our Dropbox file request link:
Alternatively, you can:
- Submit a link to your own shared Dropbox or Google Drive folder using the field below
- Mail or drop off a CD with images.
Please include the name of the photographer and date for each photo you submit – a spreadsheet or Word document with this information can be submitted along with the photos.
Where are your photos?
If you prefer to submit photos using Dropbox or Google Drive, please submit the link to a shared folder below.
Please tell us about this achievement in 100 to 500 words. Your description should explain why you think this individual or organization should be recognized with a Preservation Achievement Award.
Review your nomination
Thank you for submitting a Baltimore Heritage Preservation Award nomination! Complete your nomination by hitting submit at the bottom of this page. You can make revisions to your nomination after you submit the nomination. Questions or suggestions? Get in touch with Baltimore Heritage director Johns Hopkins at 410-332-9992 or
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