Commission for Cultural Centers and Historic Preservation (CCCHP)

                     2017 Grants Awarded!

The Commission for Cultural Centers and Historic Preservation (CCCHP) was established by state law (NRS 383) to advise the State on matters pertaining to the preservation and promotion of Nevada's cultural resources. The Commission is composed of representatives of the Nevada Humanities Committee, the Board of Museums and History, the Nevada Arts Council, the State Council on Libraries and Literacy, and the tourism industry.

The Commission awards financial assistance, made possible through the State's bonding program, to governmental entities and nonprofit organizations conducting projects that preserve and protect historic buildings, structures, objects, and archaeological sites used to develop a network of cultural centers and activities. Private property owners are not eligible.

Commission Members

Robert A. Ostrovsky, Chairman

Robert Stoldal

Patricia Olmstead

Judith Simon

Jane Tors

Gail Rappa     

 

Upcoming Meetings

None scheduled

Past Meetings 

        July 11, 2018   Agenda and Supplemental Materials:  Correspondence, Settlement Documents, Photos from 2018Site Visit Document of 10/11/2017

        April 12, 2018 Agenda

        December 21, 2017  Agenda and Minutes                                    

        July 25, 2017 Agenda and Minutes

        August 25, 2016 Agenda and Minutes

        April 14, 2016 Agenda and Minutes

        July 30, 2015 Agenda and Minutes

        February 3, 2015 Agenda and Minutes

        January 6, 2015 Agenda and Minutes

        March 6, 2014 Agenda and Minutes

        July 31, 2013 Agenda and Minutes

        March 3, 2013 Agenda and Minutes

List of Project Awarded Grants from 1993-2017

10-Year Plan

Economic Impact of CCA Grants to Communities

 

Form to Request Permission to Undertake Structural or Visual Alterations to a property with CCA or CCCHP covenants (Word Version)

Form to Request Permission to Undertake Structural or Visual Alterations to a property with CCA or CCCHP covenants (PDF Version)