Municipal Grant Opportunities from California Consulting, Inc.

The following list of municipal grants was published by California Consulting, Inc.

Cal OES: Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) 

Deadline: Rolling 

Amount: Project max is unspecified. $150,000 for single jurisdiction plan, $250,000 for multi jurisdiction plan.  

Match: Generally, HMA funds may be used to pay up to 75% of the eligible activity costs. The  remaining 25% of eligible activity costs are derived from non-Federal sources

Eligibility: States, local communities and tribal governments support/404-hazard-mitigation-grant-program 

Funding Priorities: 

● Local Hazard Mitigation Plans (LHMP) updates that will expire within 24 months.

● All other LHMP updates. 

● Shovel ready projects with a high level of design that can begin construction within 90  days of FEMA approval, in declared counties. 

● Shovel ready projects with a high level of design that can begin constructions within 90  days of FEMA approval, in all other counties. 

● Whole community risk reduction/large critical infrastructure wildfire projects.

● Whole community risk reduction/large critical infrastructure projects for other hazard  types. 

● Wildfire projects in any county. 

● All hazard type projects in any county. 

● Planning related activities. 

● Five percent (5%) Initiative projects. 

CA Air Resources Board: Carl Moyer Grant 

Deadline: Varies depending on APCD 

Amount: Varies depending on ask 

Match: Yes, 15% 


The Carl Moyer Program provides monetary grants to private companies and public agencies  to clean up their heavy-duty engines beyond that required by law through retrofitting,  repowering or replacing their engines with newer and cleaner ones. 

These grants are issued locally by air pollution control districts and air quality management  districts. Not all air districts fund every type of Carl Moyer Program project available. Please  contact your local air district for the most updated information on funding availability, project  eligibility, applications, and application selection timeline. 

Projects that reduce emissions from heavy-duty on and off-road equipment qualify. This  includes trucks over 14,000 gross vehicle weight, off-road equipment such as construction and 

farm equipment, marine vessels and locomotives, stationary agricultural equipment, forklifts,  light-duty and other agricultural sources and airport ground support equipment. 

CMAQ and STBG Programs 

Deadline: Varies depending on local Transportation commission or COG, SCAG is March  29th 

Amount: in the millions 

Match: No 

Link: look up local COG or TC highway-improvements 

Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program - The CMAQ program provides a  flexible funding source to state and local governments for transportation projects and programs  to help meet the requirements of the Clean Air Act. 

Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) - The STBG program provides flexible funding to  best address State and local transportation needs. 


Deadline: First-Come, First-Served Basis (no application deadline; open until  funds are exhausted) 

Amount: Up to 85% discount will be provided, up to the funding caps listed  below (whichever is less):; 20% match for fleet 

Eligibility: Cities are welcome to apply as well as School Districts and  

licensed landscapers 

South Coast AQMD offers a broad range of programs for businesses, the  community, and local government that help to achieve cleaner air quality for  all. Many of these programs offer financial incentives for implementing new  clean air technologies. Some provide partnerships and new ways of addressing  air quality issues throughout the South Coast Basin. 

San Joaquin Valley APCD: MANY OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE  Deadline: First Come, First Serve 

Amount: Up to 100% off costs of equipment for public agencies 

Match: No 

The Zero-Emission Landscaping Equipment (ZELE) Voucher Program  

provides incentives for San Joaquin Valley landscapers, public agencies, and  businesses that perform their own landscape maintenance, to replace their old  gas-powered landscape equipment with new electric options. 

Amount: Small business and public agency applicants may be eligible for up  to 100% of the cost of new equipment, while large businesses may be eligible  for up to 85% of the cost of new equipment. Maximum funding amounts may  

be reduced for large businesses to ensure the 15% cost share requirement is  met.

New Alternative Fuel Vehicle Purchase 

This component provides funding for the purchase of new alternative fueled vehicles (Electric,  Plug-In Hybrid, CNG, LNG, LPG, etc). Applications for this component are currently being  accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. For specific information about the requirements of  the component, please review the program guidelines.Maximum Funding: Up to $20,000 per  vehicle, with a limit of $100,000 per agency per year. 

FEMA: Public Assistance Program 

Deadline: Public Assistance begins with the Disaster Declaration Process. When an area has received a Presidential declaration of an emergency or major disaster, then its  state, tribal, territorial and local governments — and certain types of private non-profits — may  be eligible to apply for Public Assistance (PA). 

Amount: Varies 

Match: Yes, 25% 

The mission of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) Public Assistance  (PA) Program is to provide assistance to State, local, Territorial, or Tribal, and local (SLTT)  governments, and certain types of private nonprofit (PNP) organizations so that communities  

can quickly respond to and recover from major disasters or emergencies declared by the  President. Through the PA Program, FEMA provides supplemental Federal grant assistance for  debris removal, emergency protective measures, and the restoration of disaster-damaged,  publicly owned facilities and specific facilities of certain PNP organizations. The PA Program  also encourages protection of these damaged facilities from future incidents by providing  assistance for hazard mitigation measures. FEMA provides this assistance based on authority in  statutes, executive orders (EOs), regulations, and policies.  

BCSH: Encampment Resolution Fund 

Deadline: Application Window #2: 02/01/24 - 04/30/24  

Application Window #3: 05/01/24-06/30/24  

Amount: Average grant size per jurisdiction is $2.5 million 

Match: Yes 


Specifically, funded activities should center around either 1) Providing interim shelter with  clear pathways to permanent housing; or 2) Placing homeless individuals directly into  permanent housing. Eligible costs include, but aren't limited to: 

· Rapid rehousing, including housing identification services, case management, rental 

subsidies, security deposits, incentives to landlords, and housing search assistance. · Operating subsidies, including operating reserves, in new and/or existing affordable or  supportive housing units, emergency shelters or navigation centers. 

· Street outreach to access crisis services, thereby expanding accessibility to interim or  permanent housing (more of a community engagement focus here). 

· Services coordination, including access to workforce, education, and training programs. · Systems support that complement or build upon regional partnerships (e.g., Harbor  Interfaith Services, Beacon Light Mission, Doors of Hope, Family Crisis Center). · Improvements to existing emergency shelters 

· Admin costs (up to 5% of grant funds) 

FEMA: Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Deadline: April 12, 2024 

Amount: No minimum or maximum amounts. $360 million for the entire program. Match: No 

Eligibility: Fire departments 

Program URL: Summary: The SAFER Program provides funding directly to fire departments and volunteer  firefighter interest organizations to assist in increasing the number of firefighters to help  communities meet industry minimum standards and attain 24-hour staffing to provide adequate  fire protection from fire and fire-related hazards, and to fulfill traditional missions of fire  departments. The objectives of the SAFER Program are to assist local fire departments with  staffing and deployment capabilities to respond to emergencies and ensure that communities  have adequate protection from fire and fire-related hazards. Local fire departments accomplish  this by improving staffing and deployment capabilities, so they may more effectively and safely  respond to emergencies. With enhanced staffing levels, recipients should experience a  reduction in response times and an increase in the number of trained personnel assembled at the  incident scene.  

Eligibility Criteria 

Hiring Activity 

The Hiring Activity offers grants to support applications to hire new, additional firefighters (or  to change the status of part-time or paid-on-call firefighters to full-time firefighters), rehire laid  off firefighters, or to retain firefighters facing layoff. National, regional, state, local, tribal, and  

nonprofit interest organizations representing the interests of volunteer firefighters are not  eligible to receive a SAFER Program award under the Hiring Activity 

R&R Activity 

The R&R Activity offers grants to support applications to assist fire departments with the  recruitment and retention of volunteer firefighters who are involved with or trained in the  operations of firefighting and emergency response. Career fire departments are not eligible to  apply for funding under the R&R Activity.  

FEMA: Fire Prevention & Safety (FP&S) 

Deadline: April 12, 2024 

Amount: Up to $1.5 million 

Match: Yes - 5% 

Eligibility: Fire departments, nonprofits, research foundations, public safety institutes, public  health, occupational health, and injury prevention institutions

Program URL: Summary: The FP&S Program provides financial assistance for fire prevention programs and  firefighter health and safety research and development such as clinical studies that address  behavioral, social science, and cultural research.  

The funding categories for FP&S are: 

1. Community Risk Reduction; 

2. Wildfire Risk Reduction; 

3. Code Enforcement/Awareness; 

4. Fire & Arson Investigation; and 

5. National/State/Regional Programs and Projects. 

The funding categories for R&D are: 

1. Clinical Studies; 

2. Technology and Product Development; 

3. Database System Development; 

4. Preliminary Studies; and, 

5. Early Career Investigator. 

FP&S Activities 

The FP&S Activity is designed to reach high-risk target groups and mitigate the incidence of  death and injuries caused by fire and fire-related hazards. The five project categories eligible  for funding under this activity are: 

1. Community Risk Reduction; 

2. Wildfire Risk Reduction; 

3. Code Enforcement/Awareness; 

4. Fire & Arson Investigation; and 

5. National/State/Regional Programs and Projects. 

R&D Activities 

The R&D Activity is aimed at improving firefighter safety, health, or well-being through  research and development that reduces firefighter fatalities and injuries. The five project  categories eligible for funding under this activity are:  

1. Clinical Studies; 

2.Technology and Product Development; 

3. Database System Development; 

4. Preliminary Studies; and, 

5. Early Career Investigator. 

National Energy Technology Laboratory: Grid Resilience and Innovative Partnerships  (GRIP) 

Deadline: April 17th, 2024 

Amount: max $250,000,000 

Match: yes, ⅓ 

The GRIP program will provide funding to modernize the American electric grid and to  maximize the benefits of the clean energy transition as the nation works to curb the climate  crisis, empower workers, and advance environmental justice.  

Program Objectives: 

1. Transform the U.S. electric grid at the transmission and distribution levels by increasing resilience in the face of extreme disruptions, enabling data-rich and flexible grid performance,  and spurring innovation at all stages of project ideation and execution;  

2. Prioritize energy justice as an essential component of infrastructure development by  dramatically altering the relationship between energy providers and their communities; and  3. Catalyze and leverage private sector and non-federal public capital for impactful  technology and infrastructure deployment.  

Governor's Office of Planning and Research (OPR): Extreme Heat and Community  Resilience Program (EHCRP) 

Deadline: Submit the Pre-Application Form to get started on your application and gain access  to the Full Application Form: 52f3-449f-8675-c7fda8ecb700/ehcrp-pre-application-interest-form-2024-25;  Full Application Forms are due April 23, 2024 by 5 P.M. PST. 

Amount: Subject to funding availability, the Extreme Heat and Community Resilience  Program plans to award a total of $20 million in grants during the first round of funding and  will award four types of grants: Small Planning Grants, Large Planning Grants, Small  Implementation Grants, and Large Implementation Grants. OPR EHCRP reserves the right to  reallocate funds between EHCRP Round 1 Grant types in the event of under subscription and/or  awardee or applicant ineligibility, as detailed below, with project lengths typically lasting up to  thirty (30)-months. 

o A total of $3 million will be available for Small Planning Grants, with each award  ranging from $100,000 to $250,000. 

o A total of $5 million will be available for Large Planning Grants with each award  ranging from $300,000 and $750,000. 

o A total of $3 million will be available for Small Implementation Grants with each  award ranging from $100,000 and $450,000. 

o A total of $9 million will be available for Large Implementation Grants with each  award ranging from $500,000 and $4 million. 

Eligibility: Local and Regional Public Entities; California Native American tribes, community based organizations; and coalitions, collaboratives, or associations of nonprofit organizations  that a 501(c)(3) non-profit or academic institution sponsors. 

Match: None 

URL: Purpose: The Extreme Heat and Community Resilience Program (EHCRP) will fund a wide  range of planning and implementation projects related to enhanced community resilience in  order to mitigate the impacts of extreme heat or the urban heat island effect. The Program will  build frameworks for change and invest in local, regional, and tribal projects that strengthen  communities that are vulnerable to extreme heat. Possible planning projects include  conducting studies, developing comprehensive extreme heat action plans or other planning  documents, and capacity building and partnership development. Possible implementation  projects include creating communications campaigns and programs, providing mechanical or  natural shade, increasing building and surface reflectance, and developing passive or low energy cooling strategies. EHCRP acknowledges the barriers historically underinvested  communities face in accessing grant funding and is committed to addressing these challenges  through various actions in response to the input gathered during 2023/2024 engagement.  These actions include: 1) Prioritizing equity in funding programs; 2) Offering flexible funding  options with minimal entry barriers; 3) Providing technical support throughout the application and project implementation process; and 4) Awarding grants to a diverse range of  communities. 

HCD: Community Development Block Grant 

Deadline: 4/30/24 

Amount: NA 

Match: No 

Link: block-grant 

The primary federal objective of the CDBG program is the development of viable urban  communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment and through  expanding economic opportunities, principally, for persons of low- and moderate-income.  “Persons of low and moderate income” are defined as families, households, and individuals  whose incomes do not exceed 80 percent of the county median income, adjusted for family or  household size. 

USDOT: Low or No Emission and Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Competitive  Programs  

Deadline: 11:59 PM Eastern Time 04/25/2024 

Amount: Varies depending on project. Awards can be large ($50M) or smaller (less than $1m) Match: Max 20% 

Eligibility: The Low-No Program provides funds to designated recipients of FTA grants,  including states, local governmental authorities, and Indian Tribes. 

The Buses and Bus Facilities Competitive Program provides funds to designated recipients that  allocate funds to fixed-route bus operators, states, or local governmental authorities that operate  fixed- route bus service, and Indian tribes. 

Link: bus-facilities-competitive-programs-fy2024 

The purpose of the Low-No Program is to support the transition of the nation’s transit fleet to  the lowest polluting and most energy efficient transit vehicles. The Low-No Program provides  funding to state and local governmental authorities for the purchase or lease of zero-emission  

and low-emission transit buses, including acquisition, construction, and leasing of required  supporting facilities.  

The purpose of the Buses and Bus Facilities Competitive Program is to assist in the financing of  buses and bus facilities capital projects, including replacing, rehabilitating, purchasing or  leasing buses or related equipment, and rehabilitating, purchasing, constructing or leasing bus related facilities.  

Additionally, recipients are permitted to use up to 0.5 percent of their requested grant award for  workforce development activities eligible under federal public transportation law (49 U.S.C.  5314(b)) and an additional 0.5 percent for costs associated with training at the National Transit  Institute. For applicants proposing projects related to zero-emission vehicles for either program,  5 percent of the requested federal award must be used for workforce development activities.  

OPR: Adaptation Planning Grant Program 

Deadline: Pre-Application Deadline: May 6th, 2024 

Main Application Deadline: May 20th, 2024 

Amount: between $100,000 and $650,000 

Match: Not Required 

As communities in California experience more frequent, prolonged, and severe impacts of  climate change, many are faced with planning for and responding to ongoing and worsening  hazards such as extreme heat, flooding, wildfires, drought, extreme weather events, and sea  level rise. Furthermore, many jurisdictions lack the capacity, tools, guidance, and resources to  effectively prepare for these climate impacts. This capacity gap hinders the ability of  communities to develop and implement plans that build resilience and reduce future risk. The Adaptation Planning Grant Program (APGP) will provide $25 million to help fill local,  regional, and tribal planning needs, provide communities the resources to identify climate  resilience priorities, and support the development of a pipeline of climate resilient infrastructure  projects across the state. 

Key Priorities: 

Explicitly and meaningfully prioritize equitable outcomes, particularly in the most  vulnerable communities, by establishing an inclusive funding program that removes  barriers for Applicants and ensures that awardees represent a wide geographic,  economic, and population diversity. 

Encourage communities to equitably plan for and respond to multiple climate risks by centering the needs of vulnerable communities and supporting an all-risk approach to  adaptation planning. These grants encourage communities to conduct integrated  planning activities. As California experiences accelerated impacts of climate change,  many communities are faced with planning for and responding to cascading and  compound impacts (e.g., flooding and landslides following wildfires, or riverine  flooding due to sea level rise). 

Support integrated social and physical infrastructure planning to achieve  community resilience. The program provides flexible funding to meet multi sector/issue planning needs that intersect with climate risks, including but not limited to  land use, transportation, economic, housing, natural resource management, public  infrastructure, and hazard mitigation issues. 

Build statewide capacity to plan for and implement equitable planning strategies by supporting peer-to-peer learning, communities of practice, information sharing, and  publishing replicable case studies in the State Adaptation Clearinghouse. 

Embed equity into the planning process, from project visioning through project  evaluation, by increasing opportunities for shared decision-making, utilizing inclusive  processes, and actively remedying historic underinvestment by fairly distributing access  to the benefits and privileges associated with community investment. 

CalFIRE: Urban and Community Forestry Grant 

Deadline: May 30th, 2024 

Amount: The amount requested per implementation project shall be between $500,000 and  $30,000,000. The amount requested cannot exceed $2,500,000 per school campus included in the  project. No applicant will receive more than $30,000,000 in grant funds awarded. Match: Yes, 25% The Urban and Community Forestry Grant Program strives to increase the long-term benefits trees  provide, improve the public’s understanding and appreciation of urban trees, and advance urban  forest management and tree care. Special consideration is given to projects serving disadvantaged  and/or low-income communities.

CA DOT: Active Transportation Program 

Due: June 17th, 2024 

Amount: Unspecified 

Match: No, but might be a match if applying to funds from MPO 

Eligibility: Local, Regional or State Agencies - Caltrans - Transit Agencies - Natural  Resources or Public Land Agencies - State or local park or forest agencies - State or local fish  and game or wildlife agencies - Department of the Interior Land Management Agencies - U.S.  Forest Service - Public Schools or School Districts - Tribal Governments - Private Nonprofit  Organizations (Recreational Trails Program only) - Any other entity with responsibility for  oversight of transportation or recreational trails 

Link: program/cycle7 

Purpose: The purpose of ATP is to encourage increased use of active modes of transportation  by achieving the following goals: Increase the proportion of trips accomplished by biking and  walking; Increase safety and mobility for non-motorized users; Advance the active  transportation efforts of regional agencies to achieve Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reduction goals,  pursuant to SB 375 (of 2008) and SB 341 (of 2009); Enhance public health; Ensure that  disadvantaged communities fully share in the benefits of the program; Provide a broad  spectrum of projects to benefit many types of active transportation users 

USDOT: Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) 

Deadline: Planning and Demonstration Grant applicants have three deadlines:  Thursday, April 4, 2024, 5:00 PM (ET) 1st Deadline for planning 

Thursday, May 16, 2024, 5:00 PM (ET) Deadline for implementation, 2nd deadline for  planning 

Thursday, August 29, 2024, 5:00 PM (ET) Final deadline for planning applications Unsuccessful Implementation Grant applicants may apply for a Planning and Demonstration  Grant application in the final application round on August 29, 2024 by 5:00 PM ET.  Amount: $100,000 to $10 million 

Match: Yes 20% 

Planning and Demonstration Grants provide Federal funds to develop, complete, or supplement  a comprehensive safety action plan. The goal of an Action Plan is to develop a holistic, well defined strategy to prevent roadway fatalities and serious injuries in a locality, Tribe, or region.  Planning and Demonstration Grants also fund supplemental planning and/or demonstration  activities that inform the development of a new or existing Action Plan. The Department  encourages including demonstration activities in an application. 

Federal Highway Administration/DOT: Active Transportation Infrastructure  Investment Program (ATIIP) 

Deadline: June 17, 2024 

Amount: $100,000 to $15,000,000

Match: 20% - FHWA expects the period of performance to be no more than 2 years for  Planning and Design grants and 5 years for Construction grants. 

Eligibility: Local or Regional Governmental Organizations; Multicounty Special Districts;  State; Multistate Group of Governments; or An Indian Tribe.  


Purpose: The innovative new ATTIP grant program is keen to fund: 

• Investment that is uniquely contracted to enable communities to plan and construct  connected active-transportation systems. Priority will be given to local governments  and communities that are planning and building connected active-transportation  networks—making it safer and more convenient for people to get where they need to  go on foot, by bicycle and by wheelchair. Local governments know that this  investment is critical to reduce transportation-related fatalities, strengthen their  economies, provide more transportation options to underserved communities and  reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 

• Active transportation networks that connect people to everyday destinations like public  transportation, businesses, workplaces, schools and other community activity centers,  as well as active transportation/ trail spines that link communities and regions. 

• Active transportation systems planned with community input or aimed at addressing  disparities in bicyclist and pedestrian fatality rates, with opportunities for a higher  federal share in disadvantaged communities. 

• A rule to be issued that will encourage the use of categorical exclusions, expedited  procurement techniques and other best practices to ensure that infrastructure is  constructed quickly and efficiently with as little impact as possible. 

Eligible projects include, but aren’t limited to: 

o Trail construction and maintenance equipment 

o Trail/highway crossings and intersections 

o Recreational trails 

o Trail bridges 

o Resilience improvements to pedestrian and bicycle facilities or to protect or enhance  use. 

o Spot improvement programs (programs of small projects to enhance pedestrian and  bicycle use) 

o Signing for pedestrian or bicycle routes 

o Signs, signals, signal improvements (including accessible pedestrian signals) o Shared use paths / transportation trails 

o Separated bicycle lanes 

o Sidewalks (new or retrofit)

o Safety education and awareness activities and programs to inform pedestrians,  bicyclists, and motorists on ped/bike traffic safety laws 

o Stormwater mitigation related to pedestrian and bicycle project impacts 

California Ocean Protection Council: SB 1 Grant Program 

Deadline: Track 1 (Pre-planning and Planning) will be due Friday, March 22, June 28th, and  October 4th 2024 at 5:00 p.m. PT 

Track Two proposals (Projects in the Implementation Project Phase) will be accepted through a  competitive process starting in mid-late 2024 

Amount: Track 1: $200,000 - $1,500,000; Track 2: $1,500,000 - $10,000,000 Match: Encouraged, but not required 


In 2021, Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 1 (Atkins, 2021) into law. Senate Bill 1 (SB 1)  directs the state to provide funding to local and regional governments to develop sea-level rise  (SLR) adaptation plans and implementation projects. In 2022 and 2023, OPC received $37.5  million and $54.5 million respectively to support the implementation of SB 1, with an additional  $10 million anticipated in the 2024-2025 budget. Ultimately, OPC’s SB 1 SLR Adaptation  Planning Grant Program (SB 1 Grant Program) aims to provide funding for coastal communities  to develop consistent SLR adaptation plans and projects to build resilience to SLR along the entire  coast of California and San Francisco Bay. 

SB 1 Grant Program 

The SB 1 Grant Program contains two funding tracks: one for pre-planning and planning phases  (Track One), and one for the project phase (Track Two). 

Track 1 

Track One proposals (projects in the Pre-planning, Data Collection, and Planning Phases) are now  being accepted through a rolling, quarterly process. 

See the SB 1 Grant Program Solicitation (PDF) for details on this funding opportunity. Applicants  must use the SB 1 Track 1 Proposal Template and Instructions (.docx), and be sure to address the  minimum criteria listed in the SLR Adaptation Criteria. 

CPUC: Cal Advanced Services Broadband Adoption Account 

Deadline: July 1st 2024, Jan 1st 2025 

Amount: The CASF Adoption Account is authorized $20.024 million for fiscal year 2023- 2024 to provide grants to increase publicly available or after-school broadband access and  digital inclusion. 

Match: Yes, 15% 

Link: services-fund/casf-adoption-account 

Purpose: Pursuant to Public Utilities (Pub. Util.) Code section 281, moneys in the CASF  Adoption Account are available to the Commission to award grants to increase publicly  available or after-school broadband access and digital inclusion, such as grants for digital  literacy training programs and public education to communities with limited broadband  adoption. The Commission is required to give preference to programs and projects in  communities with demonstrated low broadband access, including low-income communities,  senior citizen communities, and communities facing socioeconomic barriers to  broadband adoption.

USBR: WaterSmart Small-Scale WEE Grant: 

Deadline: 7/9/2024, 1/14/2025, and 7/8/2025 

Amount: up to $100,000 

Match: Yes 50% 


Through the WaterSMART Small-Scale Water Efficiency Projects Reclamation provides 50/50  cost share funding to irrigation and water districts, tribes, states and other entities with water or  power delivery authority for small water efficiency improvements that have been identified  through previous planning efforts. Projects eligible for funding include installation of flow  measurement or automation in a specific part of a water delivery system, lining of a section of a  canal to address seepage, or other similar projects that are limited in scope. 

USDOT FHA: Bridge Investment Program  

Deadlines: The NOFO establishes these immediate application deadlines -- ● March 19, 2024 for Bridge Projects (FY '23 & '24 funding). 

And these future application deadlines -- 

● October 1, 2024 for Planning Grants (FY '25 funding). 

● November 1, 2024 for Bridge Projects (FY '25 funding). 

● October 1, 2025 for Planning Grants (FY '26 funding). 

● November 1, 2025 for Bridge Projects (FY '26 funding). 

Amount: $50,000,000-$3,000,000,000 

Eligibility: State governments, City or township governments, County governments, Special  district governments, Others (see text field entitled "Additional Information on Eligibility"  for clarification), Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized) Match: Yes, varies depending on project size and other funding sources 

Large Bridge Project funds will be awarded on a competitive basis for bridge replacement,  rehabilitation, preservation, and protection projects with total eligible costs of greater than  $100 million that: (1) improve the safety, efficiency, and reliability of the movement of  people and freight over bridges; and (2) improve the condition of bridges in the United States  by reducing (a) the number of bridges, and total person miles traveled over bridges, that are  in poor condition or that are in fair condition and at risk of falling into poor condition within  the next 3 years, or (b) the number of bridges, and total person miles traveled over bridges,  that do not meet current geometric design standards or cannot meet the load and traffic  requirements typical of the regional transportation network. In addition, a Large Bridge  Project that receives a BIP award of not less than $100 million is eligible for a multiyear  grant, in which DOT can award available funds to a project over the course of several years  in accordance with an agreement and in alignment with its schedule. Applications submitted  under one funding opportunity may receive funding under a different funding category than  identified in the application based on FHWA’s review of the project schedule and total  project cost, see Section A.1.b.  

USBR: WaterSmart WEE Grant Program: 

Deadline:Oct 31, 2024 

Match: Yes 50% 

Amount: up to $5 Million 

The objective of the WaterSMART Water and Energy Efficiency Grants Funding Opportunity  is to invite states, Indian tribes, irrigation districts, water districts, other organizations with  water or power delivery authority, and partnering nonprofit conservation organizations to 

leverage their money and resources by cost sharing with Reclamation on projects that seek to  conserve and use water more efficiently; increase the production of renewable energy; mitigate  conflict risk in areas at a high risk of future water conflict; and accomplish other benefits that  contribute to water supply sustainability in the western United States.  

Federal USBOR grant. Can fund scada, installation of water meters, etc.  Link: 

Through WaterSMART Water and Energy Efficiency Grants (formerly Challenge Grants)  Reclamation provides 50/50 cost share funding to irrigation and water districts, tribes, states  and other entities with water or power delivery authority. Projects conserve and use water more  efficiently; increase the production of hydropower; mitigate conflict risk in areas at a high risk  of future water conflict; and accomplish other benefits that contribute to water supply reliability  in the western United States. Projects are selected through a competitive process and the focus  is on projects that can be completed within two or three years. 

EPA: Environmental and Climate Justice Community Change Grants Program Deadline: November 21, 2024 

Amount: Awards under Track I are expected to be between $10-20 million each and cannot  exceed $20 million. Awards under Track II are expected to be between $1-3 million each and  cannot exceed $3 million. EPA expects to award approximately $1.96 billion for about 150  Track I awards, including those under the Target Investment Areas described below in B, and  approximately $40 million for about 20 Track II awards.  

Match: No cost-sharing or matching is required as a condition of eligibility under this NOFO. Eligibility: Consistent with CAA §138(b)(3) and Assistance Listing 66.616, applicants eligible  to apply and receive grants under this NOFO are (1) a partnership between two community based nonprofit organizations (CBOs) as defined below, or (2) a partnership between a CBO  and one of the following: a federally recognized Tribe, a local government, or an institution of  higher education. These types of partnerships for eligibility purposes are known as Statutory  Partnerships. Further eligibility requirements are described below. 

Link: grants-program 

The Community Change Grants are the final and most comprehensive piece of EPA’s  implementation of ECJP IRA funding. The Community Change Grants will complement grant  programs that EPA launched in 2022 and 2023, including those for the Collaborative Problem Solving, Government-to-Government, and Thriving Communities Grantmaker programs.  Collectively, these programs will empower communities and their partners to design, develop,  and implement multi-faceted community-driven projects. These programs will address the  diverse and unique needs of disadvantaged communities by: 1. Reducing and preventing  pollution; 2. Building resilience to climate change and mitigating current and future climate  risks; 3. Enhancing meaningful involvement in government processes related to environmental  and climate justice; 4. Expanding access to high-quality jobs and economic opportunity through  workforce development; and 5. Bolstering community strength by ensuring that local residents  receive the benefits of investments and have the opportunity to build on them for current and  future generations.

Economic Development Administration (EDA): PWEAA, Recompete, Build to Scale Due: Rolling basis, no deadline.  

Amount: $100,000 to $3 million.  

Match: No 


Purpose: EDA solicits applications from applicants in rural and urban areas to provide  investments that support construction, non-construction, technical assistance, and  revolving loan fund projects under EDA’s Public Works and EAA programs. Grants and  cooperative agreements made under these programs are designed to leverage existing  regional assets and support the implementation of economic development strategies that  advance new ideas and creative approaches to advance economic prosperity in distressed  communities. EDA provides strategic investments on a competitive- merit-basis to support  economic development, foster job creation, and attract private investment in economically  distressed areas of the United States.  

***CEDS (Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy) needed for EDA grants 

MLB-MLBPA Youth Development Foundation

Due: Rolling basis, no deadline. 

Amount: Average $40k 

Match: No 


Purpose: Created to increase participation in and expand access to youth baseball and  softball. Supports capital projects including building and renovating fields and practice  facilities and installing lighting. It also supports baseball/softball programs and education  initiatives. There is no funding range for grant requests.  

**Must be a DAC 

SRF Programs 

Deadline: Ongoing 

Amount: Varies Depending on Project 

Match: Low Cost Loan with PF option 

Funding for Drinkingwater, Wastewater, and Stormwater projects.