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Thank you for your interest in the State Historic Preservation Tax Credit. At this time, it is projected that all credits available for 2022 have been reserved, and the application period has now closed.
If you submitted an online application for the State Historic Preservation Tax Credit, you may have received an immediate response email from the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) indicating that we would respond to your application within 24-48 hours. We wish to apologize for that incorrect information.
Applications received are presently being considered by SHPO staff. We have had an overwhelming response to this new program and we will reach out by email with further information regarding individual application status and instructions for submitting supporting materials. We greatly appreciate your patience.
As we work to recover and revitalize Michigan communities, Public Act 343 of 2020 was signed into law by Governor Whitmer on December 30, 2020 and established the new State Historic Tax Credit program. The State Historic Tax Credit (“State Credit”) will help support place-based projects while promoting the preservation of Michigan’s historic resources.
The following general requirements apply for State Historic Tax Credit consideration:
As of 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28, 2022, all credits for 2022 State Historic Tax Credit Program have been reserved and we are no longer accepting those applications. Part 3 and Amendment applications will remain open indefinitely. We thank you for your interest.
Program Parameters, Frequently Asked Questions and Application Attachments:
Note: the documents below are from the 2022 Tax Credit Application cycle. Some documents may be revised ahead of the 2023 Tax Credit Application cycle.