Historic Preservation Fund grant period opens for certified local governments

ANCHORAGE — The Office of History & Archaeology is accepting grant applications for 2013 historic preservation projects from certified local governments.

Certified local governments include a city or county that has been “certified” as eligible to apply for federal grants for historic preservation.

The Historic Preservation Fund program provides up to 60 percent matching assistance for the cost of a project. Projects eligible for HPF assistance include those focused on historic preservation planning, inventories, surveys, National Register nominations, public education, predevelopment, development, and acquisition.

The application deadline is Friday, March 22. The complete application package, including the Alaska Historical Commission’s priorities and evaluation criteria, is available online at http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/oha/grant/akclg.htm or by contacting the grants administrator at jean.ayers@alaska.gov or 907-269-8694.


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