Foundation / Corporation
09/25/19 5:00 PM PST
Grants to Washington businesses, individuals, organizations, and local governments to preserve official historic city landmarks in King County. Eligible projects will focus on the restoration and stabilization of historic building fabric, essential building system repairs or replacements, or the restoration of historically significant landscapes.
Landmarks Capital program supports the bricks-and-mortar projects that contribute to the region’s identity. Your project can include architectural design and engineering directly related to construction costs, materials, labor, permits, and fees.
For this particular grant, 4Culture will look to see how well your project shows the following:
- Quality: You have a long-term, sustainable plan for the landmark, and your project follows good preservation principles, as outlined in the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation.
- Public Benefit: Your project will benefit the citizens of King County through the property’s visibility, accessibility, public programming, or economic impact; or will aid in the long-term preservation and use of the landmark.
- Feasibility: You’re ready to begin the project within a year, with a qualified team, realistic budget, and credible cost estimates from experienced contractors, and you are able to complete the project on a reimbursement basis.
- Additional priorities: Your project addresses an urgent need, adds to the diversity of property types within the pool of applicants, or is not eligible for other 4Culture funding programs. 4Culture will prioritize applications from under-represented geographic areas or populations if the above criteria are met.
GrantWatch ID#: 125438
Applicants may request up to $30,000. Project management costs may be up to 15% of the award amount.
USA: Washington: King County