Thousands of Resources, Ready to help.
Owner occupied residential applicants may apply for the 2023 state historic preservation tax credit ("state credit"). The application will be available until all credits have been reserved, up to the program cap.
Due to the overwhelming number of applications received for the 2022 Large and Small Commercial credits, and the 2-year eligibility of those applications, we anticipate that the credits for 2022 and 2023 will be fully reserved. If 2023 funds are available after reviewing all 2022 applications, we will reopen the application window for that category by posting as such on this website and making additional announcements.
We strongly recommend that applicants download the relevant PDF documents below and open them in Adobe or another program before attempting to fill out any form fields.
Eligibility and Instructions to Apply:
Part 1 - Historic Significance Instructions
2023 Residential State Historic Preservation Tax Credit Application:
Part 1 - Historic Significance Application Form
2022 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. 2022 residential applicants do not need to reapply for the same project using 2023 forms. All applications will be reviewed in the order received.
The following general requirements apply for State Historic Preservation Tax Credit consideration:
It is recommended that no project work take place until your application has been reviewed and approved.