Since forming in 2006, s.a.v.e. (sustaining architectural vitality in the environment) has been trying to make itself known by participating in public rallies and organizing special preservation events.  By including the community in various activities, s.a.v.e. hopes to reach out and expose the beauty behind local architectural and environmental landmarks. 

Events organized and/or assisted by s.a.v.e. in 2007 include: Historic Holland Street Spring Clean-up, “Journal Square Through Time” walking tour, Hamilton Park Festival, Connect the Parks in Paulus Hook, and Kids’ Day at Reservoir No. 3. 

Our tours, cleanups, and extravaganzas are for the people of Hudson County. We want to educate people about the importance of architecture in history, which is often represented by historic structures. 

Upcoming events can be found in the News and Events section of our website.  Hope to see you there! 


Above image: s.a.v.e. co-founder Stephanie Castano discusses the historical significance of the Jackie Robinson Monument in Jersey City as part of s.a.v.e.’s Journal Square Through Time walking tour during Preservation Month 2007. The s.a.v.e. circuit is helping to get the word out about Hudson County’s most prominent landmarks!


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