2019 Request for Proposals (RFP)
Applicants should be aware that the government shutdown that occurred has delayed the SHPO's receipt of its Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) grant from the US Department of the Interior. Therefore, the SHPO's RFPs are subject to the timing for and final amount of its HPF allocation.
- All proposals are due in the OK/SHPO office no later than 5 p.m. on April 12, 2019.
- All proposals must be sent in hard copy and must include the forms available below for download.
- Please read and be familiar with Guidelines for Subgrantees (available below) before submitting your proposal.
All proposals can be mailed to:
State Historic Preservation Office
ATTN: Lynda Ozan
Oklahoma Historical Society
800 Nazih Zuhdi Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
2019 RFPs Available
All RFPs will open in Adobe PDF.
TESTING OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN CIMARRON COUNTY, OKLAHOMA, FOR NATIONAL REGISTER ELIGIBILITY
UPDATE OF THE NATIONAL REGISTER NOMINATION FOR EDWARDS STORE, LATIMER COUNTY
STUDY AND ANALYSIS OF PASSIVE BUILDING SYSTEMS OF INDIGENOUS AND VERNACULAR OKLAHOMA ARCHITECTURE STATEWIDE
RECONNAISSANCE-LEVEL SURVEY OF COLLEGE HEIGHTS NEIGHBORHOOD IN STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA
RECONNAISSANCE-LEVEL SURVEY OF CIVIL RIGHTS SITES IN OKLAHOMA
MULTIPLE PROPERTY DOCUMENTATION UPDATE AND INTENSIVE-LEVEL SURVEY FOR COUNTY COURTHOUSES IN OKLAHOMA
RECONNAISSANCE-LEVEL SURVEY OF ROUTE 66 RESOURCES IN OKLAHOMA
STATEWIDE PRESERVATION OUTREACH PROGRAM
Forms and Links
***Forms Required with Requests for Proposal***
- Non-Collusion Certification
- Federal Assurances
- Project Budget, Itemized Budget, and Matching Share Disclosure Form
- Guidelines for Subgrantees (Read before submitting proposals.)
- Sample Work Schedule
- Secretary of the Interior's Standards and Guidelines for Archeology and Historic Preservation
- National Register Nomination and Request for Formal Determination of Eligibility Manual
- National Register of Historic Places Nomination and Submittal Requirements
- Oklahoma Architectural/Historic Survey Requirements
- The Historic Context for Modern Architecture in Oklahoma: Housing from 1946–1976