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Grants to Iowa counties, cities, and land-use districts for historic preservation activities. Funding is intended for projects that preserve local heritage sites. Grants may be used for historic surveys and evaluations, preservation planning, public education projects, planning projects, and preparing a nomination for the national recognition of a historic site.
The Certified Local Government program seeks to:
Eligible activities include those that involve looking for and establishing the significance of buildings, structures, sites, objects or districts are eligible. In historic preservation language, these activities are described as identification, evaluation, and registration. Planning activities are eligible when the focus is on historic preservation.
For information about Eligible Projects and Categories, see: https://iowaculture.gov/sites/default/files/history-grants-certifiedlocalgovernments-fy23.pdf#page=11
Estimated Total Program Funding:
Estimated Size of Grant:
Work can begin when the Certified Local Government receives the Notice to Proceed and a Grant in Aid Agreement that has been signed by the State and the Chief Elected Official of the Certified Local Government. Costs incurred prior to this will not qualify as grant-related expenses and will not be reimbursed or counted as match.
Generally, preliminary work, such as sending Requests for Proposals and signing on consultants, will begin in February following the announcement in December. Grant projects that are not underway by June 1 are subject to cancellation. Projects must be completed by June 30 of the following year.
Submit a draft application or final application: https://iowahistory.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/66562
Direct questions to email@example.com
State Historical Society of Iowa
State Historical Building
600 East Locust Street
Des Moines, IA 50319-0290