Welcome to the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) website, run by the State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants (STLPG) Division of the National Park Service. STLPG manages competitive grant programs, in addition to annual formula grants to states and tribes, through the HPF. Our competitive grants assist with a variety of historic preservation projects through partnerships with state and tribal historic preservation offices, local communities, and preservation organizations. Within this site you can find resources regarding grant eligibility information, types of projects being funded, how to apply for a grant, how to manage a grant if awarded, as well as information on our technical assistance programs.

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HPF in your Community: Annual Report

Learn more about what the Historic Preservation Fund has supported in communities working with our state, tribal, and local partners (PDF).

Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
Apply via Grants.gov

Apply for all grants via the grants.gov application portal

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HPF Formula Grants

Formula grants awarded annually based on a Historic Preservation Fund apportionment formula

decorative stair railing Birch Bayh Federal Building, Indianapolis, Indiana
Competitive Grant Programs

Competitive grants provide financial assistance to support historic preservation projects

Hall of State at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas
Technical Assistance Programs

Program information about state and tribal historic preservation offices, Certified Local Governments, and preservation planning

Old Brick Store in Charlotte, Vermont
Events & Trainings

Discover training opportunities and special events offered through the State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division

Lighthouse, Point Vicente, California
Disaster Recovery Grants

The Disaster Recovery Grant Program is designed to foster partnerships between local, state, and federal community planners

Last updated: March 7, 2024