Registration for schools is now open for participation in the 2023 GA Student Service Award program.  Also, please make sure you download the Excel Spreadsheet attached to this site that must be submitted with the name(s) of Seniors and certified hours.  Email this form to

Deadline is March 31.

As part of their “State-of-the-State Historic Tax Credit” program, The National Trust for Historic Preservation has published a resource guide, webinar, and interactive tools that succinctly present program details for state historic tax credit programs across the country, along with tangible benefits the programs provide. By comparing program features nationwide, these new tools give policy makers, stakeholders, and advocates access to a breadth of options to develop and strengthen state historic tax credit incentives.

The Georgia Historic Preservation Division is updating the Georgia Statewide Historic Preservation Plan and we need to hear from you!

Use this link to complete the survey:

Survey closes August 15, 2021

Help us continue to preserve Georgia's historic places!

Notice of Intent to Adopt revised Rules for the Georgia State Income Tax Credit for Rehabilitated Historic Property Program, Historic Preservation Division, Department of Community Affairs.

Pursuant to the Requirements of the Georgia Administrative Procedures Act, as amended, attached are the revised Rules for the Historic Preservation Division's State Income Tax Credit for Rehabilitated Historic Property Program. Also attached are a Notice of Intent form and a Summary of the proposed program rule amendments.

Georgia Serves is seeking service-minded individuals to serve as AmeriCorps Formula Grant Application Review Team members. Independent peer reviewers will read and score applications for the 2023-2024 program year.

Reviewers will be required to participate in a short webinar training (recorded) and be available to meet to discuss the applications on April 6, 2023.  Final reviews will be due by Wednesday, March 28, 2023.

Notice is hereby given that the Department of Community Affairs will receive public comments pertaining to the adoption of State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI 2.0) program. The comment period will afford all interested persons reasonable opportunity to provide data, views, or arguments regarding proposed rules for the State Small Business Credit Initiative, in spite of the fact that the department, and this program in particular, is exempted from requirements contained within the Administrative Procedures Act.

This is notification that a substantial amendment to the 2017 CDBG-DR Action Plan has been posted to the DCA website for public comment and may be viewed here: 2017 CDBG-DR Amendment #3 for Public Comment | Georgia Department of Community Affairs (

In accordance with HUD regulations, the amendment will be available for public viewing and comment for 30 days prior to it being sent to HUD for final approval. Changes to the Action Plan will appear in red font. Additions will be underlined and deletions will contain a strike-through.