The Certified Local Government (CLG) Program is a local, state, and federal government partnership to empower local communities to better protect historic resources by identifying local priorities, meeting recognized historic preservation standards and providing access to financial and technical services to further the identification, evaluation, designation and protection of buildings, sites, districts, structures, and objects.
Local governments that participate in the CLG Program act independently to develop and maintain a successful preservation program. The Texas Historical Commission administers the program at the state level and the National Park Service is the responsible federal agency.
The benefits of becoming a CLG are access to technical assistance from CLG Program Staff, a network of local preservation commissioners and historic preservation officers from around the state, workshops and other trainings specific to local preservation challenges, and the annual CLG Grant Program.
CLG at Real Places 2019
Join us for the Historic Preservation Officer (HPO) Basics course and CLG Workshop on Wednesday, January 16th at Real Places 2019! Learn more HERE.
CLG Summer Training in Uvalde
Learn more about the CLG's role in the National Register process, the monitoring of designated properties, and speak to CLG staff one-on-one about your CLG grant idea in Uvalde on Friday, August 17th. Register HERE.