The Community Investment Act will provide up to $5 million annually to the State Historic Preservation Office to provide support for:

Historic Restoration Fund Grants- for the restoration, rehabilitation or acquisition of historic buildings, structures, and objects as well as the investigation of archaeological sites, if the properties are on the State Register of Historic listed Places and are owned by non-profit organizations or municipalities

Supplemental Certified Local Government Program Grants- to supplement municipal preservation programs and activities eligible for federal funding pursuant to the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966

Basic Operational Support Grants- to advance the mission of historic preservation organizations

Endangered Properties Fund Grants- to provide financial assistance for the preservation of historic properties in Connecticut threatened by immediate loss for destruction.

Historic Preservation Technical Assistance Grants- Administered by the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation for feasibility studies, condition assessments, engineering analyses and Historic Structure Reports for structures listed on the State or National Register of Historic Places.

Vibrant Communities Initiative- Administered by the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation ‚Äč a community planning grant to assist municipalities in producing action plans for the preservation, redevelopment or revitalization of underutilized historic structures or places.

Making Places Grant- Administered by the Connecticut Trust for Historic Preservation a strategic planning pre-development grant for municipalities, nonprofit organizations, and private developers partnered with these entities for underutilized historic industrial buildings and sites.

Total re-granting from the Community Investment Act funding by Historic Preservation between April 2014- January 2015: $3,959,165.00 
See our spreadsheet: HERE 

For more information:
www.cttrust.org or call (203)562-6312