The Maryland Department of Planning invites you to a Historic Preservation Tax Credit Workshop on November 18th in Takoma Park. Details below:


Want to learn more about the Maryland Sustainable Communities Tax Credit program? While you may know that the program offers state financial incentives for renovating or rehabilitating historic buildings, you may not realize that the Maryland General Assembly this year expanded it to help owners of small businesses in designated Sustainable Communities, such as Takoma Park, repair and improve their historic structures.

​Maryland Department of Planning staff is working to inform Marylanders, particularly small business owners, about the expansion of the tax credit and how to apply. County-level tax credits also are available. Join state and county historic preservation staff as they explain how you can receive credits for your rehabilitation projects at a workshop sponsored by Historic Takoma. Owners of residential properties also will gain valuable information about how to apply for tax credits.

​What: Maryland & Montgomery County historic preservation tax credits

When: 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, November 18

Where: Historic Takoma, 7328 Carroll Ave, Takoma Park

Why: Learn how to get a share of state and county funds dedicated to preserving historic structures and rebuilding the best of Maryland communities

Questions? Contact Valerie Berton, Maryland Department of Planning