HPF grants for Certified Local Governments
The Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) Grant program is appropriated annually from Congress through the National Park Service to the states. HPD reserves 10 percent of each year's appropriation for grants to Certified Local Governments (CLGs) . The 60/40 matching grants enable cities, towns, and rural areas to undertake projects that aid in the preservation of historic properties. See the Historic Preservation Fund Grant fact sheet.
- FFY 2017 HPF grant cycle (Now Open: Grant Memo)
Applications are currently being accepted from Georgia communities seeking federal subgrants to conduct historic preservation projects. A grant application package for the Federal Fiscal Year 2017 Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) sub-grant program, administered by the Historic Preservation Division (HPD) of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, is now available and has also been emailed directly to Certified Local Governments in Georgia.
Applications must be postmarked on or before February 1, 2017. Grant awards will be announced in April 2017. Projects may begin in May 2017, and must be completed by September 30, 2018. If you have questions about the grant program, application process, or your CLG status, please do not hesitate to contact Allison Asbrock, CLG Coordinator, at 770-389-7868 or email@example.com.
- Survey & Planning project criteria
- Survey & Planning application instructions
- Survey & Planning application (Word version)
- Predevelopment & Development project criteria
- Predevelopment application instructions
- Predevelopment application (Word version)
- Development application instructions
- Development application (Word version)
- Guidance for National Register nominations
- Example Scope of Work for a National Register Nomination
- Georgia Historic Resources Survey guidelines
- Example Scope of Work for Historic Resources Surveys
- Elements to include on an HPC website
All grant-assisted preservation work must meet the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Archaeology and Rehabilitation of Historic Properties.
See our Architectural Technical Assistance articles.
Who to contact?...
Allison Asbrock, Outreach Program Manager
firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-389-7868