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About HPO & HPRB

  • DC's historic preservation program

    Who We Are

    DC's historic preservation program

  • What’s current in preservation

    Newsroom

    What’s current in preservation

  • Find Freedom of Information Act records

    FOIA Requests

    Find Freedom of Information Act records

Preservation Services

  • What you need to know

    For Residents

    What you need to know

  • Get information and guidance

    For Business and Government

    Get information and guidance

  • Get involved in preservation

    For ANCs and Communities

    Get involved in preservation

Plans and Reports

  • Understand our goals and achievements

    Preservation Planning

    Understand our goals and achievements

  • Track projects in your community

    Project Reports and Actions

    Track projects in your community

  • Buildings, history, and archaeology

    Historic Resource Surveys

    Buildings, history, and archaeology

Maps and Information

  • Find out about historic properties

    Landmarks and Districts

    Find out about historic properties

  • Explore the city's heritage and culture

    DC History

    Explore the city's heritage and culture

  • Understand the preservation process

    Policies and Procedures

    Understand the preservation process

Office of Planning

  • Visit the Office of Planning website

    Office of Planning Home

    Visit the Office of Planning website

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Historic Preservation Office


Office Hours
Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

How to Reach Us
1100 4th Street, SW, Suite E650
Washington, DC 20024
historic.preservation@dc.gov

Phone: (202) 442-7600
Fax: (202) 442-7638
TTY: 311

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Website: http://preservation.dc.gov

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Rosalynn Hughey
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Homeowner Grants Applications


Application materials and other documents relating to the District of Columbia Historic Preservation Office Homeowner Grant Program are listed as related publications.

Homeowner Grant Application Part I

Homeowner Grant Application Part I

The initial step in applying for a District of Columbia historic preservation Homeowner Grant is to complete the Part I application.

 
Homeowner Grant Income Eligibility Determination

Homeowner Grant Income Eligibility Determination

The Internal Revenue Service has determined that grant funding received through the Historic Preservation Office Homeowner Grant Program is not considered taxable income.

 
Homeowner Grant Program  Eligibility and Match Requirements Table for 2012

Homeowner Grant Program Eligibility and Match Requirements Table for 2012

Homeowners interested in applying for the Historic Homeowner Grant Program should submit income information for the most recent tax year filed – 2012.

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