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Registered Heritage Structure Restoration Grants

A structure must be designated a Registered Heritage Structure before its owner is eligible to apply for a Registered Heritage Structure Restoration Grant.

Restoration Grants are meant to aid in the initial preservation and/or restoration of exterior features only. Items covered under this grant may include labour, shingles, windows, doors, clapboard and architectural details. 

The maximum amount that may be allocated is $50,000 per structure, minus any grant monies previously received. All grants are awarded on a 30/70 basis. The possible maximum project breakdown is as follows:

  • Project total = $166,667 maximum
  • Applicant's contribution at 70% = $116,667 maximum
  • Restoration grant at 30% = $50,000 maximum

Significant community owned structures such as active churches, lodges and public buildings (not privately owned) may receive three (3) grants of $50,000 per structure, minus any grant monies previously received.

Registered Heritage Structure Restoration Grant applications and Registered Heritage Structure Designation applications can be submitted at the same time.

 

** Application Deadlines **

For deadline information contact Michael at 739-1892 ext 3 or michael@heritagefoundation.ca 

 

NOTE: If a structure has previously received a Restoration Grant for the preservation and/or restoration of an exterior element (ie. clapboard, wooden windows and doors, roof, etc.), future Restoration Grants will not be approved for these elements. Instead, an application for a Maintenance Grant must be submitted.

Click here to download applications.