CVPDC works to connect member local governments to resources outside of our region. The following opportunities are currently available from federal, state, and other partners. Interested parties are encouraged to contact staff to learn more.
Due February 28, 2024
Strategic Economic and Community Development (SECD) funding is authorized through a Farm Bill provision that supports regional economic and community development planning. SECD supports projects that promote and implement strategic community investment plans.
Due February 28, 2024
$1.5 billion to invest in surface transportation that improves safety, economic strength and global competitiveness, equity, and climate and sustainability; and that will have a significant local or regional impact.
Due February 29, 2024
The details: $800 million to reduce or eliminate the risk of repetitive flood damage to buildings insured by the National Flood Insurance Program.
Due March 24, 2024
$9.7 billion for both planning grants for planning, feasibility analyses, and revenue forecasting associated with the development of a project; and for bridge project grants for bridge replacement, rehabilitation, preservation, and protection projects with total eligible costs of $100 million or less.
Due April 1, 2024
$4.3 billion to develop and implement ambitious plans for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and other harmful air pollution.
Due April 5, 2024
DHR’s Survey and Planning Cost Share Grant Program assists local governments in meeting their preservation planning goals through identification of historic resources. Participating localities receive partial funding and administrative support towards a preservation planning project developed in collaboration with DHR staff. A locality competes to participate in DHR’s Cost Share program by submitting a proposal to survey historic properties, prepare national register nominations, or develop preservation plans for its jurisdiction.
Due April 30, 2024
EECBG Program vouchers differ from the traditional grant option by providing a more streamlined application process and reduced administrative burden. We especially encourage applicants whose EECBG Program formula allocation is less than $250,000 to pursue this option.
Due Nov 21, 2024
$2 billion to fund community-driven projects that address climate challenges and reduce pollution while strengthening communities through thoughtful implementation.
- Need help? The EPA’s Community Change Equitable Resilience Technical Assistance Program helps eligible entities apply for the Community Change Grants. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.