former City Hall, built by the Works Progress Administration, now
serves as the city's police station.
New Fullerton Photo Collection
Fullerton Post Office Added to Historic Register
Fullerton's Forever Homes
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Walking Tour Revised,
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Heritage is a California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation dedicated
to preserving Fullerton's past for the future. Our all volunteer
organization participates in a variety of activities including coordinating
the process to place noteworthy buildings on the National Register
of Historic Places, serving on City of Fullerton boards, committees
and commissions; organizing efforts to establish Residential Preservation
Zones; and providing educational outreach and tours to our members
and the community.
The mission of Fullerton Heritage is to foster an appreciation of
our city's cultural history and to ensure the preservation of our
historic architectural resources and environments.
goals are to:
1. Educate Fullerton residents and the general public about the
city's cultural and architectural resources.
2. Promote a sense of community by drawing on Fullerton's rich historic
3. Implement techniques to effectively support advocacy of preservation
issues with city government and community groups.
Members of the Fullerton Heritage Board of Directors are
volunteers who either live or work in the City of Fullerton, California.
Each board member serves a two-year term generally beginning after
the organization's June elections.
|Ernie Kelsey, President
Dalton, Vice President
|Noelle Rossi, Treasurer
Fullerton Heritage Board Meetings are held on the third Monday of
each month, unless otherwise noted.
Fullerton Heritage is a California non-profit public
benefit corporation governed by established bylaws.