The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County is a preservation advocacy organization dedicated to the preservation of our places and all people, dating from its earliest origins to the present. We use our resources to keep history alive and to help people develop a better understanding of Williamson County and establish an appreciation for historic preservation.
By serving as an institutional role model for the continued commitment and stewardship of Williamson County’s history, we utilize our preservation philosophy to education, raise awareness of all our history, share our knowledge and leave a lasting legacy for future generations by promoting a greater involvement on the part of our people and our communities in the preservation of our collective past.
One of the Heritage Foundation’s primary goals is the preservation of our historic, cultural, and natural resources. We save the places that matter and tell the stories of all people connected to places. Valuing our resources, including historic buildings, structures, archeological sites, objects, and landscapes, we recognize they all may have different needs and approaches for best practices in preservation.