DHR Announces Emergency Supplemental Historic Preservation Fund Survey and Planning Projects

Published June 15, 2021
Satellite image of Hurricane Florence in September 2018
Hurricane Florence, Sept. 2018

First batch of funds will support projects in Mathews, Pittsylvania, and Halifax Counties, the towns of Pulaski (Pulaski Co.), Keysville (Charlotte Co.), and Montross (Westmoreland Co), the City of Richmond, and projects that span multiple localities

DHR has released the first batch of survey and planning projects funded though the National Park Service’s (NPS) Emergency Supplemental Historic Preservation Fund (ESHPF) disaster assistance program for Hurricane’s Michael and Florence. The projects were selected on a competitive basis and, in addition to fully funding the projects, DHR will provide the necessary administrative services.  Read full press release.
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