Historic Preservation Fund Subgrants
Every year, the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) awards subgrants from the state’s annual Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) award. Due to limited federal funds, these subgrants are only available to Certified Local Governments (CLG). In addition, the subgrant award process and the subsequent application review is very competitive.
Round #1 for FY2019 is now closed. Round #2 is scheduled for August, 2019.
- The Application consists of four parts:
- First, the following three documents are required forms for all applications:
- Second, your application must also address one of the six program areas below. Please pick one program area below for your application and complete only that form (do not send in blank forms for other program areas). Continuation pages can be used for any program area.
- HPF Subgrant Reviewer Sheets used by SHPO Staff
Subgrants can support public education, surveys, planning, archaeological investigations, and building rehabilitation. Private property owners are not eligible. Resources must be listed in the National Register of Historic Places to be eligible for grant-assisted rehabilitation projects.
Subgrants can support public education, surveys, planning, archaeological investigations, and building restoration. Buildings must be listed in the National Register of Historic Places to be eligible. The subgrant funds are supplied by the National Park Service (NPS) and come from offshore oil and gas lease fees.
If you have a 2018 Subgrant, the documents below may be helpful.
Subgrant Manual FY2018 with Appendices (full PDF, large document for printing with inactive links)
**SHPO review of HPF Subgrant Covenants**:
If your property has a covenant placed on the deed as a result of an HPF subgrant for development to rehabilitate the structure, you will need to obtain permission from this office to conduct any structural or visual modifications to that property.