The Courthouse Commons Project Has Launched!
Approved by Town Council in late 2023, the Saint Andrews Civic Trust has been tasked with undertaking a study to identify sustainable ideas for the future of the Charlotte County Courthouse and Commons in the heart of town. Learn more by clicking below!
THE SAINT ANDREWS CIVIC TRUST
Founded in 1973, The Saint Andrews Civic Trust is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the architectural heritage and natural landscape of historic Saint Andrews. The Town of Saint Andrews, settled in 1783, is well over 200 years “young”. From modest beginnings by our Loyalist founders up to the present day, we are stewards of curating the stories which make this community one of National Historic significance as well as ensuring the protection of its built heritage for the education and enjoyment of future generations. For fifty years, The Saint Andrews Civic Trust has played a key role in helping to preserve and protect that story as it is reflected in the historic built heritage of this sea side town, Canada's first National Historic District.
DISCOVER THE HISTORIC PROPERTIES OF SAINT ANDREWS
Learn more about the stories that define the many homes which comprise the national historic district. Since 1783, the built heritage of the town has taken many forms and gone through several eras. From modest settlement homes to lavish estates. Places of worship to places of recreation.
Supporting the Saint Andrews Civic Trust.
Whether you want to be a member and connect with fellow lovers of heritage preservation, help fund the preservation of a building or project, or leave a lasting legacy for the Town of Saint Andrews...you have multiple choices. Below you can learn more about how to become a member, contribute to special funds and projects orchestrated by the Saint Andrews Civic Trust, or make a financial/asset donation for the trust to protect.