Preservation Massachusetts receives numerous inquiries from individuals, organizations and businesses for assistance in a variety of areas. Please select from the options below to contact Preservation Massachusetts staff. Please note that due to the high volume of requests we receive and our staff capacity, it may be a few days before we are able to reply.
IMPORTANT: Please select the appropriate contact option from below. Inquires made through the wrong option may result in a delayed response time.
How to contact us for assistance or information?
If you are contacting PM about a specific building, landscape, other historic resource or a specific preservation advocacy issue, click the button above and fill out the online form.
Helpful Hint: Review our "Before Contacting A Circuit Rider" document to ensure you have the information we will need to assist you.
If you are contacting PM looking for a preservation professional, like a consultant to assist with surveying historic properties, assistance with historic tax credits or a craftsperson to restore historic windows, click the button above to view our Preservation Directory.
This form is for all other inquiries that are not related to a request for preservation assistance. Such inquires may not be responded to in time.
Main Telephone: 617-723-3383
Jim Igoe email@example.com
Erin Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Roper email@example.com
Preservation Circuit Riders
Please note our Circuit Riders are part time. Any messages left for them will be returned as promptly as possible.
Stacia Caplanson firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeffrey Gonyeau email@example.com
We thank you for your patience as we return your communications.
Our home offices are located at 6 Main Street Extension, Suite 613 in the heart of Plymouth, MA. Our executive staff works from this location, while Circuit Riders work remotely. We work with and in all 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts.
Due to COVID-19, our staff is working remotely. Though our office may open on a part time basis, we would ask that you make an appointment before visiting.