New grant to help preserve old buildings

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Posted 2/15/21

Castle Rock's recently launched Downtown Historic Preservation Grant brings financial assistance for the rehabilitation and restoration of historic properties, according to a news release from the …

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New grant to help preserve old buildings

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Castle Rock's recently launched Downtown Historic Preservation Grant brings financial assistance for the rehabilitation and restoration of historic properties, according to a news release from the town.

“We’re excited to launch this new grant program,” Development Services Director Tara Vargish said in the release. “Castle Rock’s historic Downtown is special to this community, and we hope the grant program will assist with the financial challenges of preserving some of our historic buildings.”

Up to $50,000 in grants will be awarded each year, and the maximum grant request is $25,000 per calendar year per project, the release states. Buildings at least 50 years old are eligible, provided they have some historical significance.

Properties in the Downtown Core District, specifically around Courthouse Square, will be given priority, according to the news release.

For more information or to apply, visit CRgov.com/DowntownHistoricGrant

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