Plunkettville

Our first walking tour of the Staunton’s Neighborhood Brown Bag Series looks at the patterning of streets, sidewalks, types of buildings, and their scale and placement in the formerly independent community of Plunkettville. Annexed in 1948, the spine of Plunkettville stretches along West Beverley Street, near the intersection with Morris Mill Road, extending to the…

Staunton Neighborhoods: a Town Within a Town

Integrated throughout the city of Staunton are multiple community neighborhoods with distinct patterns and textures. Each geographic neighborhood is uniquely defined by its history as well as tapestry of streets and buildings. We will use a framework of preservation, sustainability, and reuse to explore the interconnected roadways, homes, churches, cemeteries, schools, commercial establishments, and civic…

Maps and Mapping

As we enter the New year, Staunton’s neighborhoods will continue to be the focus of the HSF Preservation Brown Bag Series.  Join us in 2016 as we build a collective knowledge of our neighborhoods, their location, and their architectural and cultural contributions to the City as a whole.  We will begin our explorations on Friday,…