Properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places or the Register of Historic Kansas Places, or as a contributing property in a National or State Register-listed historic district are eligible to apply. Often, non-historic properties (known as non-contributing properties) are located within registered historic districts. A property that is part of a National or State register district, therefore, must be identified as a "contributing property" within the district to qualify for grant funding.
The following types of preservation activities are eligible for funding through the grants program:
For information about the Scope of Work, see https://www.kshs.org/preserve/pdfs/2024_htf_program_information.pdf#page=4.