In 2021 Preservation Maryland celebrated our 90th anniversary and tackled some of our largest initiatives yet, working to preserve the state’s unique and irreplaceable heritage while concurrently creating amore just, equitable, and sustainable future. Through strategic programming we have used the best of our past to solve some of today’s biggest issues, including climate change, affordable housing, and workforce development. Read on for programming highlights – and some of our biggest victories – in 2021.
Preservation Maryland is pleased to announce the receipt of grants from the National Park Service, Maryland Heritage Areas, and the Maryland Legislature for signature preservation work in Annapolis. These grants will fund work at the Burtis House in the Annapolis Historic District, the last waterman’s home at City Dock.
UPDATE: Date/time change for Burtis House Stabilization Proposal Opening
The Proposal Opening for responses to the Burtis House Stabilization RFP has been rescheduled. The new date and time for the Proposal Opening is Tuesday, August 31 at 2pm EST. The proposal due date remains Monday, August 16 by 5pm EST. Respondents may attend the Proposal Opening at the rescheduled date and time via the Zoom link provided in the RFP document.
Preservation Maryland’s Historic Property Redevelopment Program has recently been awarded major funding awards from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development as well as The 1772 Foundation.