The Prince George’s County Historic Property Grant Program (HPGP), in its 13th year, helps fund rehabilitation, restoration, preservation, or acquisition of historic property. Capital grants from the program are designed to preserve, protect, and enhance historic properties; encourage others to preserve, protect, and enhance historic properties; and promote interest in, and the study of, historic properties. The grant program is administered by the Prince George's County Planning Department of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) on behalf of the Prince George’s County Planning Board.
The application for the FY 2022 grant round has closed. The Prince George’s County Planning Board will make final award determinations in March or April of 2022. Application instructions, forms, and other documents are still available below, along with a recording of one of the grant workshops that were held during the application period, for informational purposes. These resources may be helpful in planning an application for the next program round for FY 2023, which should begin accepting applications in late August or September of 2022. This page will be updated with new information for the FY 2023 grant cycle at that time.
The Prince George's County Historic Preservation Commission’s Non-Capital Grant Program provides grants to support projects that identify, preserve, promote, and protect the historic, cultural, and archeological resources of Prince George's County for the benefit of the public and to encourage the revitalization of communities, that are not “brick and mortar.” These grants are intended to help produce and disseminate information, stimulate public discussion about preservation, make technical expertise accessible, and encourage community partnerships. The Grant Program can be used to pay for the costs of professional services such as preservation and planning consultants, planning studies, design work, and education. This program has a rolling application period, and applications can be submitted at any time. Completed applications can be sent to the Historic Preservation Section.