The purpose of the Sandy Disaster Relief Grants for Historic Properties is to provide repairs to historic and archaeological resources that were impacted by Hurricane Sandy. Only storm-related damage is eligible for grant assistance.
On behalf of the National Park Service, the New Jersey Historic Preservation Office offers grant assistance for the repair, restoration and rehabilitation of properties that were damaged by Hurricane Sandy and that are listed or eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The grant program is being administered by the NJ Historic Trust.
- Grants cover repair, restoration, and rehabilitation of properties damaged by Hurricane Sandy
- The property must be listed or identified for listing on the National Register of Historic Places
- Grants are funded up to $500,000 ($150,000 for religious properties)
- Projects must meet Federal preservation standards
- Certified non-profit organizations
- Places of public accommodation
- Entities of municipal and county government
- **Religious properties now eligible for grants up to $150,000** Expression of Interest Forms from religious properties ONLY due by July 30, 2014 at 4 pm.
- Private home owners
- Federal agencies
- NJ State agencies
Round 1: Expression of Interest Form due June 30, 2014
Round 2: Religious properties ONLY may apply - Expression of Interest form due July 30, 2014 by 4 pm
Visit the Program Guidelines page for complete information.