To submit a nomination, please input the requested information into the form located on this page. All required fields (denoted by an asterisk) must be filled. Once information has been entered into all of the necessary fields, please select the button to attach and send. This will create a draft email, addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org, to which all required submission materials should be attached.
All nominations should be submitted by email to email@example.com. Nominations must be completed electronically as a Word document. Submission instructions are provided below.
All nominations are due by 11:59 pm PST on March 1, 2018
Projects completed within 3 years of the nomination are eligible. Long-term projects or programs are eligible if substantial achievements have been made within the last 3 years.
Each nomination must include the following:
- A narrative (8,000 characters or less, including spaces) that provides an overview of the project and the historical significance of the site, the challenges faced, the outcome of the project and its benefits. The narrative should answer all the questions 1-12.
- A brief project budget that addresses the total cost of the project, the sources and amounts of funding for the project, and the specific HUD program(s) that provided assistance (e.g. CDBG, HOME, RAD, 221(d)(4), etc.)
- Up to five supporting brochures or news clippings.
- Up to three letters of recommendation.
- A list of past awards this project received.
- A copy of the Section 106 concurrence letter from the State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) or executed Section 106 Agreement Document.
- 5-10 high quality jpeg digital images totaling no more than 25 MB. Each image must be numbered and named with the project name and very brief description (e.g. #1 Stanley Hall, rear facade). Attach the images to the same email as your nomination document noted above. Horizontal photos are preferred. Photos should show some of the exemplary preservation work the nominee has accomplished.