Archive -- Past Grant Recipients
Assisting in preserving history.
Matching Grant Recipients 2022
412 Fountain Place
Providing foundation support via helical steel piers at the outer corners of their home's original all-brick front porch to arrest the downslope slippage of the porch, which has begun to separate from the house. This remedial work will also prevent further mortar fractures in the porch - a significant defining feature of the c. 1940 residence.
2487 Glencoe Street
Providing repair to the front porch floor of the venerable c. 1890 mill village residence using quality materials that match the home's original tongue and groove planking.
706 W. Davis Street
Providing stabilization to two porches of the handsome 1917 bungalow including historically correct handrails, balusters and newel posts, as well as front porch foundation repair and partial porch floor replacement.
501 W. Front Street
Providing sensitive repairs to exterior siding and window trim, front porch rail stabilization and a front door restoration/refit to extend the life and historic integrity of the striking c. 1890s residence.
420 Tarpley Street
Mary’s project repaired damage to her exterior siding, gables, and porch, restoring her original sash windows, and exterior paint on her 1928 bungalow.
2021 Grant Recipient
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Through preservation, education, and involvement, Preservation Burlington seeks to protect and celebrate the architectural and historical heritage of Burlington and the surrounding area. Historic preservation and adaptive re-use contributes to stronger, safer neighborhoods, economic development, aesthetic beauty, and community pride. By fostering within the community an appreciation of our historic properties, we aim to promote interest in, and good stewardship of our local historic treasures.
We promote the preservation of historic structures by supporting property owners.
We educate the public about what historic preservation is, why it matters, and how it can enrich the entire community.
We advocate for preservation initiatives by encouraging projects that balance the need for development and growth with the desire to retain our historic resources.