The Town of Caledon established the Designated Heritage Property Grant Program in 2006 to help owners conserve their designated heritage properties. The grants are to help with small to mid-size projects that conserve a property’s key features, or Heritage Attributes.
Eligible Work conserves a Designated Heritage Property’s Heritage Attributes and does not detract from or diminish the cultural heritage value/interest of the Designated Heritage Property. Eligible Work includes the costs of labor, materials, and equipment, as well as fees for the preparation of architectural and engineering drawing services and feasibility studies, for the heritage portion of a Designated Heritage Property. The grant is based on the owner's expenses supported by paid invoices and receipts.
For information about Preservation and Restoration Projects, see https://www.caledon.ca/en/living-here/resources/Documents/recreation-leisure/Designated-Heritage-Property-Grant-Program-Guidelines-version-2.pdf#page=6.
Examples of Eligible Work: