Connecting North Olmsted’s Past and Present through Historical Preservation

Historical Preservation

Even though the official North Olmsted Bicentennial year is now one for the history books, there is still plenty of exciting momentum happening on the historic preservation front! Click the links below to read more about the Thompson House relocation project, a unique partnership between the North Olmsted School Board, Landmarks Commission, Olmsted Historical Society & the Cleveland Metroparks dedicated to preserving an important piece of North Olmsted history.

“A strong foundation is the start of all good things”

Olmsted Historical Society

“Money sought for new building base to reinforce historic home slated for relocation”

Cleveland.com | Published Feb. 3rd | Author: Beth Mlady, special to Cleveland.com

“21st-century fundraising aids historic 19th-century North Olmsted home”

WestLife News | Published Feb. 4th | Author: Jeff Gallatin, Associate Editor

“Thompson House Rescue & Relocation”

Sandi’s Project | Published Feb. 2nd | Author: Gary L. Porter

If you wish to support this project, please click here to donate!

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