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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​KHC's Site Development Program

The Kentucky Heritage Council's (KHC) Site Development Program oversees State and Federal Tax Incentive programs to encourage the protection and rehabilitation of historic properties listed in (or in some cases, eligible for) the National Register of Historic Places

Site Development staff's review and responsibilities aid a wide range of applicants, including home-owners, farms, local governments, and even non-profit and tax-exempt organizations. Learn more about how the Site Development Program offers Economic Impacts and Benefits​ to Kentucky!

The Site Development team also devotes time to educational outreach, consultations, and research efforts associated with these programs, as well as spending time to promote and provide resources on the appropriate treatment of historic resources. 

There are two ​programs within KHC's Site Development purview, which serve as voluntary tax incentives for property owners to maintain and protect historic properties into the future. These programs are:

For More Information:

Katie Wilborn​
Site Development Program Administrator​ ​

We are currently accepting requests from qualified Rehabilitation​ professionals to be included on our list of consultants. ​

Please email Mike Radeke ( with your request and the following information to be considered for inclusion:

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  • Contact Name
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  • Rehabilitation qualifications 
  • Specializations