Learn and ExploreThe Emergency Supplemental Historic Preservation Fund Grants (also called disaster grants) require a high level of reporting by states and tribes on program activities. These additional reporting requirements stem from the fact that disaster grants support higher risk activities, including construction, and are for larger amounts.
In order to assist with program reporting, states and tribes must enter project information into a disaster module within HPF Online. We have prepared a user guide that provides additional information on what fields within the Project Activity Database portion of HPF Online mean. The user guide is not a complete listing of reporting responsibilities or systems, however.
Helpful Links for Grantees and Applicants
To learn more about the ways that the National Park Service is connected to the preservation of historic sites nationwide, check out the links below. Feel free to look up specific properties listed as National Historic Landmarks or properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places using these sites.
Last updated: February 11, 2022