Michigan Historic Preservation Network

HISTORIC PRESERVATION AWARDS NOMINATION

2021 Nomination Forms Coming Soon!

Accepting Nominations for a Michigan Historic Preservation Award

Awarded to an outstanding building preservation project completed within the past three years. The project may be restoration or rehabilitation, must include exterior rehabilitation work and may also involve interior work.

Awarded to an outstanding preservation project completed within the last three years that includes restoration or rehabilitation of an element of a building, or of a structure or an object: for example, a front porch, major window rehabilitation, or single interior room, or a commercial facade, theater marquee or similar single commercial building element, or of a structure or object, or other project that does not include a complete building or landscape rehabilitation.

Reserved for an outstanding individual who, through personal effort and/or involvement in historic preservation projects, has made a significant contribution to the preservation of Michigan’s heritage.

Presented to a community; i.e. neighborhood association, business preservation group, historical society, etc., that has engaged in a comprehensive plan for historic preservation related projects.

Presented to agencies, cities and/or institutions who by their actions have accomplished significant positive changes in the historic preservation climate and activity in the State of Michigan.

Awarded to an outstanding cultural landscape preservation project completed in the last three years. Cultural landscapes can include a wide range of special places ranging from gardens, parks, heritage areas or corridors, scenic byways and thousand-acre rural landscapes to quaint homesteads and front yards. The nominated project should be a restoration of a prior existing historic landscape or the preservation of a landscape of some historical or cultural significance.

Awarded to an outstanding building preservation project completed within the past three years. The project may be restoration or rehabilitation, must include exterior rehabilitation work and may also involve interior work. Must include qualified use of federal and/or state tax credit programs.