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Every year, the DNR Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology (DHPA) revises the priorities by which the federally-funded Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) grant applications are evaluated. The priorities are established within the parameters of the National Park Service’s Historic Preservation Fund Grant Manual, and represent the types of projects that the DHPA view as important to its mission to identify, document, investigate, preserve, and interpret cultural resources in Indiana.
The HPF Program Guidelines and the evaluation criteria for Administrative, Architectural & Historical, Archaeology, Acquisition & Development are being provided for public review and comment.
Please provide any comments to the DHPA Grants Staff by Friday, April 19, 2013. All public comments must be received in writing. Send comments by
Fax: (317) 232-0693
Mail: DHPA Grants Staff, 402 W. Washington St., Room W274, Indianapolis, IN 46204
All public comments received will be presented at the meeting of the State Historic Preservation Review Board on April 24, 2013.
Click on the following links to review the HPF grant guidelines and priorities for FY2014:
Please note that the Priorities are only one part of HPF grant applications, and the DHPA is not accepting proposals at this time. Complete packets with application instructions will be available on the DHPA website around August 1, 2013.