Heritage Advisory Board offers historic preservation grants

PORT ANGELES — The Clallam County Heritage Advisory Board is now accepting applications for historic preservation grants.

The grants are for “public programming, capital improvements and equipment, collections management and training which support projects that preserve and enhance Clallam County history for residents, visitors and future generations.”

To apply, contact the board of commissioners office at 360-417-2233 or [email protected], by visiting the commissioner’s office in the Clallam County Courthouse at 223 E. Fourth St., Port Angeles, or online at www.clallam.net/bocc/HAB.html to get an application.

Applications must be received by close of business March 4.

Applications may be submitted by a public entity or a nonprofit tax exempt organization that either operates or owns a museum or similar historical institution within the county’s boundaries.

The organization must promote local history or perform educative, interpretive or similar activities that promote local history, individuals or entities that own county property listed on local, state or national registers.

An opportunity will be provided for applicants to make a five-minute presentation to the Heritage Advisory Board at its March 4 meeting.

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