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Certified Local Government Grants Awarded

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program - Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Nearly $100,000 in Certified Local Government (CLG) grants have been awarded to eight Arkansas cities. CLG Grants represent a partnership between the National Park Service (NPS), the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program (AHPP), and local governments around the state to preserve historic resources at the local level. These grants are specifically pass-through grants funded by the Historic Preservation Fund Grants-In-Aid program, which is administered by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior.
“We are so pleased to support these communities in their preservation efforts,” said Stacy Hurst, state historic preservation officer and director of the Department of Arkansas Heritage. “Arkansas has nearly 100 Historic Districts and their work to conserve historic structures today is creating a lasting legacy for future generations who will no doubt be filled with a sense of pride when seeing their community’s architectural history.”

An Arkansas city or county is eligible to participate in the CLG program if it has appointed a Historic District Commission (HDC) and has passed a local preservation ordinance designating one or more local historic districts, according to applicable state law.
The awarded cities include:

  • Conway: $25,000, for a city-wide preservation plan ($25,000 match).
  • El Dorado:$43,300, for a city-wide preservation plan, historic preservation officer’s salary, preservation organization memberships and training-related travel for HDC commissioners and staff ($12,000 match).
  • Eureka Springs: $5,650, for training-related travel for staff and HDC commissioners, an informational brochure on the historic district commission, and preservation organization memberships ($2,375 match).
  • Fayetteville:Up to $790,for training-related travel expenses of staff and commissioners.
  • Helena-W. Helena: $5,825, for an historic preservation officer’s salary, training-related travel, and equipment and supplies for scanning historic property records.
  • Little Rock:$9,200, for funding of the second and final phase of a survey of the Broadmoor subdivision, research help and scanning of slides in support of a historic structures GIS project, and attendance at training opportunities by staff and commissioners ($14,000 match).
  • Texarkana:$2,290.02,for training-related travel expenses for staff and commissioners, an informational brochure on historic sites, and purchase of educational materials for commissioners.
  • Van Buren:$2,030, for training-related travel for commissioners and staff.

Click here to view a list of Historic Districts visit.

 



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