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(This is page 118 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, 148 Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Board Water and xeriscape http://www.owrb.ok.gov/ current Conservation demonstration gardens financing/grant/waterconser funding Program vationgrants.php Grants Eligible applicants-- Towns and municipalities Oregon Oregon Water Projects to improve, http://www.oregon.gov/OWE Grants April and Regular progress Limited Watershed quality restore watersheds, B/GRANTS/docs/EligibleGra October-- reports and final program Enhancement including culvert ntProjects_Types.pdf applications due closeout report information Board replacement required available (OWEB) through Water Eligible applicants-- website Restoration Local governments and Grants tribal organizations Oregon Oregon State Habitat, On-the-ground noxious http://www.oregon.gov/ODA/ Grants July and Funding limited to Projects that Weed Control invasive weed control projects PLANT/WEEDS/grantindex. December-- projects to address include Board species shtml Applications due OSWB listed restoration (OSWB) Eligible applicants-- noxious weeds with native Noxious Local governments and Shannon Brubaker: 503-986- September and vegetation in Weed tribal organizations 4622; February-- September addition to Program sbrubake@oda.state.or.us grants awarded projects must be eradication completed by the receive Hardcopy following June. application priority February projects (original and must be 14 copies) plus completed by the e-mailed following electronic copy February required Oregon Department Airport Airport planning and Oregon Administrative Rules Grants Applicant must Department of of Aviation planning development projects (OAR) 738-125 have enacted or Aviation will Financial Aid and Local match--5% begun enacting provide to develop- Eligible applicants-- http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/ to 50%, based on airport zoning sample Municipalities ment Municipalities owning rules/OARS_700/OAR_738/ airport category application (FAM) Grant public-use airports 738_125.html and activity level Approved ALP and forms Program (or pending upon request Maximum grant-- approval) required $25,000 Other requirements similar to AIP Oregon Department Energy, Renewable energy http://www.oregon.gov/ENER Grants August 16-- Energy producing Summaries of of Energy emissions feasibility studies GY/RENEW/CREFF.shtml#C Announcement projects must previous Community ommunity_Renewable_Energ Local match 25% of fund generate between grants Renewable Eligible applicants-- y_Feasibility_Fund__CREFF_ availability Any person; however, (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 119 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Energy local governments Rebecca Sherman: (503) 373- Maximum grant October 8-- 25 KW and 10 available at Feasibility appear to be 2120; $50,000 Applications due MW listed URL Fund predominant recipients rebecca.sherman@state.or.us Project must be site specific Oregon Infrastructure Energy, Renewable energy http://www.orinfrastructure. Grants and loans September-- Limited Finance emissions feasibility studies to org/dev/www/IFA/Learn- Announcement information Authority evaluate the technical About-Infrastructure- Grant local of grant available on (IFA) and economic viability Programs/Interested-in-a- match--25% opportunity website Renewable of projects that use Special-Project/Renewable- Maximum grant-- Energy renewable resources to energy-feasibility/ $50,000 Feasibility generate electricity or Fund heat Local match can be paid with loan Eligible applicants-- from Oregon Public agencies Special Public Works Fund Oregon State Energy Energy, Projects that: http://www.oregon.gov/ Low interest loans Continuous Term of loans--5 Public Loan Program emissions ENERGY/LOANS/selphm. to 15 years facilities using Save energy shtml Rates for Loan processing at least governmental loans ranges from 3 Loans must be $10,000 in Produce energy from http://www.oregon.gov/ not available on weeks to 2 secured by the renewable sources energy ENERGY/LOANS/selpqa. website months for equipment being annually may Use recycled shtml public agencies purchased qualify for a 0.1% application materials to create Kathy Estes (503) 378-4040; fee free energy products kathy.estes@state.or.us analysis 0.5% underwriting Use alternative fuels fee Link to sample Limited funds Minimum loan-- projects available for energy $20,000 available at evaluations second listed Maximum loan-- Eligible applicants-- $20 million URL Cities, counties, state Links to rate agencies and tribal schedule and organizations fee calculations at first listed URL Oregon Department of Recycling, Projects to recycle or http://www.deq.state.or.us/lq/ Grants Link to all Environmen- solid waste reduce solid waste sw/grants/index.htm DEQ forms tal Quality available at: (DEQ) Solid DEQ Land Quality Division http://www.de Waste 503-229-5696 q.state.or.us/p 149 Program ubs/index.htm (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 120 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, 150 Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes DEQ has numerous programs, and web links provide comprehensive catalogue of documents. Use of contact information is recommended Solid waste grants were not awarded in 2010 due to budget constraints Oregon DEQ Clean Water Projects that protect http://www.deq.state.or.us/wq/ Low interest loans Continuous Term of loans--5 In 2010 Water State quality and restore water loans/loans.htm years to 20 years Oregon Revolving quality through Interest rates-- announced a Fund nonpoint source water http://www.deq.state.or.us/wq/ 1.09% to 2.83%, principal quality project pubs/factsheets/funding/cwsrfl based on term of forgiveness oans.pdf loan and type of program as Eligible applicants-- project described in Cities, counties, and Manette Simpson: (503) 229- 5622; document tribal organizations available at: simpson.manette@deq.state.or .us http://www. deq.state.or.us/ wq/loans/docs/ DEQmemo. pdf Oregon DEQ Non- Water Projects to reduce and Clean Water Act, section 319, Grants November 8-- Limited point Source quality mitigate nonpoint Pub. L. 92-500 New grant cycle information Section 319 source pollution begins available on Grants http://www.deq.state.or.us/wq/ web. More Eligible applicants-- nonpoint/grants.htm information Government agencies may be and tribal organizations Ivan Camacho: 503-229-5088; camacho.ivan@deq.state.or.us available when next grant cycle starts or though listed contact (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 121 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Oregon DEQ Brown- Projects for http://www.deq.state.or.us/lq/ Grants Continuous Link to past Brownfield fields, environmental site cu/brownfields/assessments. grant included Assessment hazardous assessment of htm at listed URL Grant waste suspected brownfield Program sites Gil Wistar 503-229-5512 Eligible applicants-- Government agencies and nonprofits Oregon DEQ Clean Air quality, Projects for engine Oregon Revised Statutes Grants Continuous EPA or CARB Listed URL Diesel Grant emissions retrofit, nonroad diesel 468A.793 through 468A.803 certified includes links Program repower and truck Local match-- technology must to forms and engine scrapping OAR 340-259-0005 through 0% for engine be used information Eligible applicants-- 340-259-0065 retrofit Owners of nonroad 75% for engine diesel vehicles http://www.deq.state.or.us/aq/ repower diesel/clean.htm Kevin Downing: (503) 229- 6549; downing.kevin@deq.state.or. us Oregon Oregon Brown- Projects for OECDD 503-986-0123 Grants and loans Financial analysis Primarily a Economic & fields, environmental cleanup of applicant's loan program Community hazardous activities at brownfield http://www.deq.state.or.us/lq/ Local match--20% ability to repay Development waste cleanup sites pubs/docs/cu/ORCoalition on grants and loans loan is primary Department BrownfieldsCleanup.pdf method used for (OECDD) Eligible applicants-- allocating grant Brownfields Municipalities, among and loan funds others, but limited Cleanup Fund funds are available for Term of loans-- municipal grants 20 years Oregon Oregon Fish Habitat Conservation projects http://www.dfw.state.or.us/ Grants April-- Payments on Funds and Wildlife wildlife focusing on habitat conservationstrategy/grant_ Announcement reimbursement provided form Department conserva- preservation and application.asp Local match--50% of grant basis federal (ODFW) tion restoration Minimum grant-- opportunity program Conservation http://www.dfw.state.or.us/ Applicant must Eligible applicants-- conservationstrategy/ $10,000 June 15-- have Application Strategy Implementati Cities, counties, and document_pdf/Oregon_ Maximum grant-- Applications due documentation of instructions at on Grants tribal organizations Conservation_Strategy_ $50,000 required licenses second listed Implementation_Grant_ Hard copy and permits URL required. Faxed Instructions_v052507.pdf 151 applications (Table 2 continued on the next page)

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(This is page 122 of Table 2) 152 Form of Assistance, Statutory Authority, Local Matching Timeline and Administrative Department/ Resource Project/Applicant Guidance & Contact Requirements, Application and Post-grant State Program Area Eligibility Information Funding Limits Process Requirements Notes Peg Boulay: 503-947-6316; accepted on June Links to Peg.C.Boulay@state.or.us 15 if hard copy program postmarked on priorities and that date application forms at first 10-page limit listed URL with 11 point type Oregon ODFW Habitat, Projects to improve http://www.dfw.state.or.us/AH Grants Applications Contact with Application Access and wildlife wildlife habitat, /grants/ accepted four ODFW Regional form at second Habitat conserva- including noxious Local match--0% times per year-- coordinator before listed URL Grants tion weed control http://www.dfw.state.or.us/AH filing application /grants/docs/AH_application_ December, is recommended Summary of Projects may be on packet.pdf March, June, all ODFW public property, but September Payments on grant preference is given to reimbursement programs at: private property Applications basis, or 90% http://www. scheduled advance dfw.state.or. decision 4 us/fish/docs/ months after grant_ submission application_ Applications to chart.pdf be submitted to A & H Regional Program Coordinators Oregon Invasive Invasive Funds to address ORS 570.800, 570.810 Release of funds, Continuous, as Declaration of Additional Species species invasive species based on emergencies invasive species information Council emergencies http://www.oregon.gov/OISC/ agreement occur emergency on priorities Invasive 609_010_0100.shtml following required for and funding Species Eligible applicants-- declaration of release of funds criteria Control State and local emergency available at Account governments and tribal Application must listed URL organizations include a response plan that addresses a number of issues and includes a risk assessment Oregon State Historic Historic, Projects for historic http://www.oregon.gov/OPRD Grants Communities Links to list of Preservation cultural preservation activities, /HCD/SHPO/clg.shtml must have a CLGs at list Office resources including: Local match--50% landmarks/historic URL (SHPO) http://www.oregon.gov/OPRD commission to Range of grants-- Certified Surveys /HCD/SHPO/CLG_Tools. qualify as CLG Links to shtml $5,000 to $20,000 additional Local (Table 2 continued on the next page)