The City of Salisbury was awarded a Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization Grant by the National Park Service, Department of Interior, to support the preservation of downtown Salisbury’s historic buildings.
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The funds will be used to create a competitive sub-grant program to rehabilitate commercial properties in downtown. Over the next several months, the City staff anticipates developing the guidelines for the sub-grant program. Therefore, applications are not yet available. Check back to this website regularly for updates.
New Downtown Historic Revitalization Program Coming Soon!
The City of Salisbury is pleased to offer the Paul Bruhn Downtown Historic Revitalization Grant Program, supported through an award received from the National Park Service, Department of Interior.
As early as December 2020, owners of commercial and mixed use buildings that are contributing structures to the Salisbury National Register Historic District are invited to submit proposals for the historic revitalization grant program.
Grants of up to $150,000 will be awarded on a competitive basis. Proposals that seek to substantially rehabilitate historic structures, promote downtown residential development, and enliven the blocks surrounding Bell Tower Green will receive higher priority. Program guidelines and application requirements are still under development and subject to City Council approval.