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Resources for Historic Properties Impacted by Flooding

Affected Historic Resources

This map shows the Ellicott City National Register Historic District, and surrounding areas, that were affected by the recent flooding in Ellicott City. Click on the map to enlarge it.

Call for Information: Cultural Property Damage

The Maryland Historical Trust needs your assistance in assessing any damage resulting from the recent flood in Ellicott City. Please fill out one of our on-line forms if you are able to help.

Help Documents

These fact sheets have been developed by the Maryland Historical Trust to assist property owners/occupants dealing with historic resources damaged by flooding.

Maryland Heritage Structure Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program

State and federal preservation tax incentives are a tool that may be used to assist owners of certified historic properties as they undertake rehabilitation projects following a flooding event.

Whether you are planning to rehabilitate your primary or secondary residence or a commercial property, you may have the opportunity to earn a state income tax credit on qualified rehabilitation expenditures. Select a project type for more information.

Please note that Rehabilitation Tax Credits are awarded based on the eligible rehabilitation costs of completed projects and therefore are do not provide any upfront financial assistance for the project.

Property owners are encouraged to contact the Maryland Historical Trust to discuss potential projects in advance.

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