The Tower Bridge has a
main span of 209 feet
and is the only pre-World
War II vertical lift bridge
in California. The Bridge
is on the National
Register of Historic
Places.
Unless otherwise noted, all photos on this Website are by Lisa Ouellette
PROMOTING &  PRESERVING
SACRAMENTO'S ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE
Welcome to Sacramento Heritage, featuring initiatives and programs to promote and
preserve Sacramento’s architectural heritage, a heritage that spans more than  150 years.

Now Available: Walking Tours Mobile App  Sacramento Heritage has
introduced a free digital version of our popular self-guided walking tours this summer.  Join us
for our free launch event on October 11th at 10:00am.  Download the Apple version of the
app
here.  The (beta) Android version can be downloaded here.









































Sacramento Heritage
Sacramento is graced with scores of historically significant buildings, homes and places. The
history of the city is captured and reflected in architecture that reaches back to the days of the
Gold Rush. Sacramento Heritage is dedicated to preserving, protecting and maintaining these
historic places so that future generations may enjoy and appreciate the city’s robust past.

Sacramento Heritage, Inc. was incorporated by the City of Sacramento in 1975 as a 501(c)3
not-for-profit corporation governed by a nine-member volunteer board of directors appointed
by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. The board includes representatives from the
City’s Preservation Commission, Planning Commission, Housing Code Advisory and Appeals
Board, and the Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Commission, in addition to at-large
members with expertise in preservation, history, housing, construction and finance.  For the
current Board, please  see the Directors link.

Since its founding, the organization has helped provide grants and loans to historic properties,
conducted historic property surveys, sponsored preservation workshops, conferences and
events, and has produced walking tour brochures of many of the City’s historic districts.
Support the continued
development of the app
by donating to Sac
Heritage today!