Historic Building Recovery Grant Program
THIS GRANT PROGRAM IS NO LONGER ACTIVE
In 2005, Congress provided funding to the U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service through the Historic Preservation Fund for an emergency appropriation to Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. Louisiana received $22.5 million to enhance the Division of Historic Preservation services to the public and provide grants for the renovation of historic buildings. The Historic Building Recovery Grant Program provided funding a total of 570 grants across the State of Louisiana, with 95 percent of the funding being invested in more than 20 nationally designated historic districts across New Orleans. The program ended in 2010. This program was the hurricane recovery program that specifically targeted historic buildings.
If you are former grant recipient and are still under an active Five-Year Preservation Agreement, please contact our office toll free at (866) 406-7043 or make an appointment with staff to discuss the continued repair of your historic building to ensure the repairs meet the Secretary of the Interior Standards for Rehabilitation.
Please feel free to contact our office if you have any questions or require further information on our grant program.