Local and State grants are available for the preservation of historic properties.
Local Grants Park
County provides small matching grants for projects that promote
historic preservation within the county. Funds may be granted for:
Rehabilitation or stabilization of historic buildings and structures
Public education programs
Interpretation of cultural resources
Other projects endorsed by the Park County Historic Preservation Advisory Commission
Grants are reviewed and approved by the Park County Historic Preservation Advisory Commission (PCHPAC) and the Director of the Office of Historic Preservation. It is recommended that applicants contact the Park County Preservation Planner at (719) 836-4237 to discuss grant requests and to review the grant application process.
To download a copy of the PCHPAC Preservation Grant guidelines, click here.
To download a copy of the PCHPAC Preservation Grant application, click here.
To download a copy of the IRS W-9 Form (Request for Taxpayer ID), click here.
History Colorado offers grants to acquire, protect, preserve, rehabilitate, and interpret designated historic properties. These grants are handled by the State Historical Fund and are funded through revenue from the 3 gambling cities of Black Hawk, Central City, and Cripple Creek. To learn more about these grants, visit the Park County Preservation Planner at 719-836-4237.
There are a number of other grant resources for historic properties. The Park County Preservation Planner at 719-836-4237 for further assistance with resources available through the Office of Historic Preservation.