The Preservation Alliance of Lafayette and Azalea Trail unite

Posted at 6:47 PM, Jul 17, 2021

The Historic Azalea Trail has partnered with the Preservation Alliance of Lafayette, they say, to promote springtime beauty.

Many azaleas are located in historic areas of the city, according to the Azalea Trail.

A springtime attraction since the 1930's, the Lafayette Historic Azalea Trail is a winding drive through historic districts, downtown, the university oil center, and neighborhood garden districts with grand boulevards, according to Azalea Trail website.

This new partnership is reorganizing PAL, they say, and those who appreciate this part of Lafayette's scenery can enrollunder one membership.

Potential members have all year to enroll into the organizations, and new board members are encouraged to join, according to their Facebook page.

PAL is an independent non-profit organization, whose mission is to promote historic preservation objectives and to increase citizen awareness, appreciation, and participation in the preservation of historic and cultural assets of Lafayette, according to their website.

The Azalea Trail reported that over 40,000 visitors drive the trail every year.
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