The PA Historical and Museum Commission announced Tuesday it is now accepting applications for Keystone Historic Preservation Grants. The deadline for applications is March 14.
The grants support projects that identify, preserve, promote and protect historic and archaeological resources in Pennsylvania for both the benefit of the public and community revitalization.
The grants receive funding from the Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund. A total of $1 million has been set aside for this program.
Two types of grants – project and construction – are available for historic resources in Pennsylvania listed, or eligible for listing, in the National Register of Historic Places. Applicants may apply for only one type of grant.
Project grants are available to nonprofit organizations and local governments for planning and development initiatives that enhance historic preservation in communities. Project grant applications may include municipal planning initiatives focusing on historic resources or may be used to meet building, or project-specific planning goals.
Keystone Historic Preservation Project Grants are available between $5,000 and $25,000 and require a 50/50 cash match.
Construction grants are available for rehabilitation, preservation and restoration activities for historic resources that are publicly accessible and under nonprofit or local government ownership.
Keystone Historic Preservation Construction Grants are available between $5,000 and $100,000 and require a 50/50 cash match.
Grants will be awarded through a competitive selection process and are contingent on availability of funds. Applicants are required to use the web-based electronic grant application process (eGrant).
For grant program guidelines and eGrant application instructions, visit PHMC’s Keystone Historic Preservation Project Grants and Keystone Historic Preservation Construction Grants webpages.For more information, contact Karen Arnold by email to: email@example.com or call 717-783-9927.