The City of Key West, Florida

The Southernmost City in the Continental United States


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Enid Torregrosa-Silva

Enid joined the City of Key West in 2008 and has served as the Historic Preservation Planner for the past ten years. Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, she graduated from the University of Puerto Rico with a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Design. She achieved a master’s degree in historic preservation at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana. Enid has over twenty-seven years of professional experience in both government and private sectors, which have given her the opportunity to work on all aspects of historic preservation, including developing public policy, compliance with federal, state, and local law and regulations, review and compliance of construction plans involving historic buildings, and historic districts management. In addition, she has overseen and managed complete and complex restoration projects for significant buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places as well as World Heritage sites recognized by UNESCO. Her professional experience includes serving as the State Historic Preservation Officer as part of the Governor of Puerto Rico’s Cabinet, the Historic Preservation Planner for Fort Myers, and the Urban Manager of Rio Piedras under supervision of the Mayor of the City of San Juan.


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