The ongoing restoration of the Town of Silver City's historic Waterworks building is a community project involving youth and adult volunteers, non-profit groups, businesses and Town staff—and you can help!
How you can help!
Volunteer! Learn about historic preservation while participating in the restoration. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to help out!
Donate! The Town can accept donations through its Finance Department. Contact them at email@example.com.
Comment! We're gathering comments to find the best way to preserve this landmark. Let us know what you think!.
The last of its kind
The Silver City Waterworks, established in 1887, provided the Town's first municipal water supply. Known locally as "the Rock House," the Waterworks building is the only surviving stone building from its era in Silver City.
- Town of Silver City
- Town of Silver City Office of Sustainability
- Silver City Museum
- Aldo Leopold High School
- National Trust for Historic Preservation
- National Register of Historic Places
- Silver City Chamber of Commerce
- Silver City MainStreet
- Arts and Cultural District
- Silver City Green Chamber of Commerce
- New Mexico Historic Preservation Division
Add your voice!
Comment! Let us know how you think the Waterworks can be used in the Town's future!