Historic Resource Conservation Grants | Alberta Culture and Tourism

Value: The maximum matching grants per application per year are $100,000 (Provincial), $50,000 (Municipal), and $5,000 (Local). Funding up to a maximum grant of $25,000 is available for architectural and/or engineering services, studies, reports or plans associated with the conservation of a historic place. Matching grants are awarded up to 50% of eligible costs.

Description:

Historic Resource Conservation grants provide project funding for conservation of Alberta’s historic places or architectural and/or engineering services, studies, reports or plans associated with the conservation of the historic place.

Eligibility:

  • The application must include contractor’s estimates for proposed work
  • Only one application for conservation and one application for architectural and engineering services, study or report per historic resource per calendar year will be accepted
  • Completed work must comply with the Standards and Guidelines for the Conservation of Historic Places in Canadaand approved by a Heritage Conservation Adviser

Funding is determined based on a number of factors including but not limited to:

  • The size or scale of the historic place
  • Scope of the project
  • Conservation priorities
  • Grant program’s budget

Deadline:

  • February 1 (funding decision in June or July)
  • September 1 (funding decision in December or January)

Contact: Carina Naranjilla | 780-431-2305 | carina.naranjilla@gov.ab.ca

Website: http://culture.alberta.ca/heritage-and-museums/grants-and-recognition/historic-resource-conservation-grant/

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