The Certified Local Government (CLG) Program is a local, state, and federal government partnership for historic preservation. It is designed to help cities and counties develop high standards of preservation to protect a wide range of important historic properties—from ornate courthouses to working-class neighborhoods. 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.
Total Certified Local Government grant awards over last three years
Congratulations to our FORUM 2016 Travel Stipend Recipients!
The THC has awarded 27 travel stipends to NAPC's FORUM 2016 conference. FORUM 2016 is is the only national conference focused on the issues facing local historic preservation commissions and historic districts. For more information CLICK HERE.
Congratulations to our 2016 CLG Grant Recipients
For more information about CLG Grants click here.