Gullah Geechee Heritage Preservation Project

The Gullah Geechee Heritage Preservation Project, a 2-year initiative, is a multi-jurisdictional collaboration to support documentation, recognition and preservation of historic Gullah Geechee/African-American Ancestral Communities and their significant historic and cultural sites. This program is made possible by a $75,000 grant from the Historic Preservation Fund (HPF) administered by the National Park Service, matching funds from the City of Charleston and Preservation Society of Charleston; and significant contributions in staff time and support from Charleston County and the Town of Mt. Pleasant.

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Call for Solicitation for Project Consultants

Click here to view the solicitation on BidLine.


  • There will be a Non-Mandatory Pre-Proposal Meeting at 11:00am on November 29, 2023.   It will be held at 2 George Street in the Public Meeting Room.  It will also be available via Zoom.

  • Questions about the proposal are due to Procurement by 1:00 PM on December 4, 2023.

  • Proposals are due by 1:00 PM on January 8, 2023.




Type of InquiryContact NameContact Information
General program inquiries, and project lead for communities in or surrounded by City of Charleston corporate limits.
Chloe Stuber
Senior Planner, City of Charleston
(843) 834-5268 
Project lead for unincorporated Charleston County communities outside of City of Charleston Urban Growth Boundary
Emily Pigott
Planner II, Charleston County
(843) 202-7225

Project lead for communities in or surrounded by Town of Mt Pleasant corporate limits.
Kate Miller,
Senior Planner, Town of Mount Pleasant 
(843) 884-1229

Press Inquiries
City of Charleston 
Public Information Office
(843) 724-3746

This material was produced with assistance from the Historic Preservation Fund, administered by the National Park Service, Department of the Interior under Grant Number P23AP00297. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of the Interior.