The New Jersey Historic Trust (NJHT) announced that the application period is open for the Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund. The application period is open until April 19, 2023.
The NJHT will offer $10 million in preservation planning, heritage tourism, capital grant funding, municipal, county, and regional planning. According to the NJHT, eligible applicants are 501c non-profit organizations and units of county, municipal, or state government. Properties must be certified eligible for listing on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places by August 1, 2023, to be eligible to receive funds.
For applications and guidelines, click here. For more information, click here.
From the New Jersey Historic Trust:
The Preserve New Jersey Historic Preservation Fund was established by legislation in 2016 after New Jersey voters approved a change to the state constitution to provide a stable source of funding for open space, farmland, and historic preservation by dedicating funds from the corporate business tax. The Preserve New Jersey Fund continues the work of the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust Fund (2000-2012) and the Historic Preservation Bond Program (1990-1997). Since 1990, more than $185 million in matching grants has been awarded to worthy historic preservation construction and planning projects throughout the state.