DAHP Grant Progress Report

Grant recipients are required to submit quarterly progress reports throughout the duration of their project, which should be completed within one year of the award date. Reports must be submitted every January, April, July, and October while the project is in process. Reports assist with grant administration, see that timelines are met, and relay information about any challenges to project implementation. 

If your project is finished, please complete a Completion Report/Reimbursement Request form—NOT a Progress Report form.

Please email grants@nullpreservewa.org or call 206-462-2999 if you have any questions.

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General Information

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Historic Resource Type*
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Project Narrative

How has the grant project progressed regarding expenses, materials, and work?
Any changes must be reviewed and approved by program staff.
Hidden
Has the cost of labor, materials, or equipment increased for your project since your application/award notice? If so, please state clearly the original bid, updated bid, and assumed reason behind the increase – so that DAHP may allocate additional grant award funding to your project if available. Please keep in mind that increased funding can only go towards originally requested scopes of work, NOT adding a new scope of work.
The deadline for DAHP grant project completion is listed in your contract.
Program Requirements
Check all that you have completed. If any are missing or you have questions about, please contact grants@nullpreservewa.org

Project Expenditures and Reimbursements to Date

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Work Element (List each scope of work outlined in the budget)
Expected Start Date
Expected Completion Date
Value of In-kind Match to Date
Cash Expenditures to Date
 

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