The State, Tribal, and Local Plans & Grants(STLPG) division provides preservation assistance through a variety of programs. STLPG administers a number of grant programs that preserve America's historic places and diverse history. STLPG develops and delivers technical assistance and guidance in historic preservation to a broad audience, including States, Tribes, local communities and Federal agencies. We ensure compliance with Federal law 36cfr 800 for the protection of historic properties.
Established in 1977, the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) is the source of the preservation grants awarded to States, Tribes, local governments, and non-profits. Authorized at $150 million per year, the funding is provided by Outer Continental Shelf oil lease revenues, not tax dollars. The idea is that the use of one non-renewable resource benefits the preservation of other irreplaceable resources.
We are no longer using the SMARTLINK system. You must enroll in the ASAP and SAM in order to recieve your grant funding. Click here for instructions. To verify complete enrollment you should be able to see your account balance for all current grants. Registering in SAM is FREE. Do not pay to register in SAM there are rogue internet sites asking for money. The correct SAM is https://www.sam.gov/ .
- Nominate an Awesome Preservationist!
Know someone who does outstanding preservation work? Nominate them for the Secretary of Interior's Historic Preservation Award. Officers and employees of Federal Preservation Offices, State Historic Preservation Offices, Tribal Historic Preservation Offices, and Certified Local Governments are eligible for this cabinet level recognition and $1,000 award! For more information on the awards and how to submit a nomination read on...Find Out More
- Nearly $34 Million Awarded in Historic Preservation Grants to States, the District of Columbia and Territories
Read the2013 HPF Report
Read the Press Release
- 2013 THPO Annual Report
The 2nd Annual (2013) Tribal Preservation Program Report highlights the successes of, and obstacles facing, Native Americans, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians, and the National Park Service' (NPS) Tribal Preservation Program.Find Out More