Historic Macon is working to include Napier Heights in the National Register of Historic Places. This designation would make properties in the district eligible for state and federal preservation incentives like historic tax credits. Listing in the Register does not place restrictions on someone's property.
Historic Macon invites the community to a public meeting on Thursday, November 30 from 5:30pm to 7pm at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship (2465 Hillcrest Ave). During the meeting, Vickie Hertwig, who is completing the application for National Register designation, will provide a history of the district. Following, Kim Campbell, Preservation and Education Coordinator at Historic Macon, will explain what being a National Register historic district actually means.
This meeting is free and open to the public.