The mission of K.E.E.P. Yalecrest (Keep Educating and Encouraging Preservation of Yalecrest) is to help preserve and protect the Yalecrest neighborhood, designated on the National Register of Historic Places, by providing advocacy, education and recognition of its community, history, landscapes and historic architecture.
Making A Difference
On the Blog
Garden Tour September 7th
GardenComm tour of small gardens in Yalecrest
GardenComm (Garden Communicators International), holds its annual conference in Salt Lake City this September and will feature a tour of gardens in lower Yalecrest.
Volunteers are needed to be garden docents, reception hosts or tour guides. If you are interested in volunteering please contact us by August 1st at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recognition of Preservation Efforts
2019 Heritage Awards
K.E.E.P. Yalecrest nominated two of Preservation Utah's 2019 Heritage Award winners:
Local homeowners Ryan & Janell Kimball for their addition in keeping with the character, scale and form of the historic Yalecrest neighborhood;
and Gail & Thom Williamson for retaining and sensitively renovating the nearby 1921 Garfield School.