Large and small, urban and rural—the Landmarks Capital program supports the bricks-and-mortar projects that contribute to the region’s identity.
If you are the steward of a designated historic landmark property in King County and are working to rehabilitate it, you should consider applying for a Landmarks Capital grant. Projects that center on marginalized communities and that contribute to the diversity of property types and histories represented in King County’s built environment will receive additional consideration.
Property Eligibility: Your property must be designated as an official landmark at the city or county level or a historic building within a locally designated historic district. Properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places are eligible only in jurisdictions without a local historic preservation ordinance. Please contact 4Culture staff if you have questions about the eligibility of your property.