Eligibility for Virginia’s state income tax credit system for historic rehabilitation is
ensured by completing a three-step certification process. Provided here are links
to online forms and other resources hosted on the Virginia Department of
Historic Resources website: www.dhr.virginia.gov

  Tax Credit Application Part 1: Evaluation of Significance

  Tax Credit Application Part 2: Description of Rehabilitation

•  Tax Credit Application Part 3: Request for Certification of Completed Work

•  Tax Credit Application Checklist

•  Tax Credit Application Billing Statement

•  Sample Rehabilitation Proposal

•  Final Virginia Regulations

Information concerning the federal tax credit program:

•  The Federal Tax Credit Program’s Website

Federal agencies who provide funds, licenses or permits for projects that affect
historic properties must comply with Section 106 of the National Historic
Preservation Act of 1966, as amended.

•  An explanation of section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act is
available on the Advisory Council of Historic Preservation website.

State, regional and local resources:

•  Preservation Virginia

•  Historic Richmond Foundation, William Byrd Branch of Preservation Virginia

•  Alliance to Conserve Old Richmond Neighborhoods (ACORN)

•  The City of Richmond’s Application for Certificate of Appropriateness

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