On November 26, 2020, Council approved a $1 million increase to the Historic Resource Conservation Grant. For 2021 and 2022, the grant will be $1.5 million, with $1 million reserved to support non-residential heritage conservation projects. Please visit our grants and incentives page to learn more about the Historic Resource Conservation Grant.
Heritage asset windshield survey
Calgarians for Heritage Districts is undertaking an independent audit of the heritage assets identified in the 2019-2020 Heritage Asset Windshield Survey conducted as part of the Heritage Conservation Tools and Incentives project. This is an opportunity for the community to provide feedback. For more information about the 2019-2020 Heritage Asset Windshield Survey or the Heritage Conservation Tools and Incentives please visit the project webpage.
Find heritage sites
Heritage planning and management
Designating a property as a Municipal Historic Resource
Find out the process of getting a heritage designation
Heritage conservation incentives and programs
Incentive programs to help renovate and preserve heritage properties
Heritage Planning at The City of Calgary
Heritage Planning is a specialized part of City Wide Policy, focused on achieving the goals of the Calgary Heritage Strategy and Municipal Development Plan. Where sites of historical significance have been identified by Heritage Calgary or other formal evaluation, Heritage Planning works with property owners to provide information, application review and policy support for conservation. They also offer a grant program and other community-specific benefits to eligible owners willing to legally protect their sites under the Historical Resources Act of Alberta.
Heritage Planning’s work with privately-owned property is part of The City’s overall approach to conserving our heritage. This includes the management of public heritage buildings through Facility Management and cultural landscapes through Calgary Parks.