Aren't you tired of hearing we have no history? So are we.

NPF Mission


Our primary goal is to preserve and revitalize historic buildings, communities and places in Las Vegas and around the great state of Nevada. We work with a variety of stakeholders in accomplishing this mission, including property owners, residents, neighborhoods, developers, cultural heritage organizations, educational institutions and public officials. Retention and restoration of our built environment fosters not only a sense of place but also helps to build an engaged community.


Preservation is not possible without education. It is our strongest tool. We need to understand what we are preserving and the benefits of preservation before we can be advocates. We provide educational events and opportunities throughout the year in order to foster a greater understanding of Nevada’s cultural legacy and the need to preserve it. We offer a variety of programs including films, lectures, heritage tours, community events, social meets ups, monthly newsletters and volunteer opportunities.


We rely on a range of strategies in order to advocate for the preservation of historic buildings and places. There is no universal approach to advocacy. Each situation requires a unique plan and approach. It involves the work of many, and issues can often take years to resolve. Our efforts include responding to specific threats, assisting property owners and residents with historic designation, educating our community and professionals in preservation practices and supporting stronger preservation policies and incentives.

Inside NPF

VV Home Tour

We offer a variety of services relating to the preservation and revitalization of our historic buildings and places. Our services are geared towards helping neighborhoods and homeowners, individual business owners, developers and the like navigate their preservation needs and issues.

Home & History 2019 #hhlv

Each year we produce Home + History Las Vegas, one of the largest heritage tourism events in the state of Nevada.  Partnering with other organizations, our goal is to highlight the importance of this effort while working towards bringing Heritage Tourism to a larger audience.


WR Uncommon

We are a multifaceted organization committed to using preservation as a tool for revitalization across the state. We launched our Threatened Properties Program in early 2018 and are working to transform our communities into places where residents and visitors alike want to spend their time, energy, and money.