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RESOURCES FOR PROPERTY OWNERS

The following links to tools on the world wide web are for property owners who are looking for grants, sources of funding or other tax incentives to help support the upkeep of their registered property.

blue ball graphic, link towww.nationaltrust.org/help/grants.html

For a description of grants available through the blue ball graphic, link to:National Trust of Historic Preservation (which includes the Hawai`i Preservation Services Fund). These are a variety of smaller grants, for interior projects, for education or consultant services

blue ball graphic, link towww2.cr.nps.gov/treasures/

For information and application for the Save America's Treasures grant. This is a larger grant that can be used for bricks and mortar projects

blue ball graphic, link towww.ncptt.nps.gov/

For information on the Preservation Technology and Training grants, which involves more research based projects

blue ball graphic, link towww.fhwa.dot.gov/////tea21/index.htm

For information on TEA-21, a Federal Highways Administration program to help fund enhancement projects, including preservation projects affecting a public transportation corridor

blue ball graphic, link towww.hud.gov/fundopp.html

For grants available through HUD

blue ball graphic, link towww2.cr.nps.gov/tps/tax/index.htm

For information on a 20% tax credit available for rehabilitation projects on historic structures

blue ball graphic, link towww.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/grants/grants.php

For information on Hawaii Community Foundation, an umbrella organization for various charitable foundations

blue ball graphic, link towww.achp.gov/funding.html

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation on-line guide to financial assistance for Historic Preservation Projects

For the complete regs. regarding Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act go to: blue ball graphic, link tohttp://www.achp.gov/regs.html

For links to related sites see theblue ball graphic, link tohplinks page

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