Intended to provide our own search engines and external engines with highly rich, chapter-representative searchable text on the opening pages of each chapter. Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages.
Do not use for reproduction, copying, pasting, or reading; exclusively for search engines.
OCR for page 178
(This is page 148 of Table 2) Form of Assistance, 178 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 Grants Eligible applicants-- Ann Andrus (804) 367-2323, State procurement local governments, ext. 133; rules must be museums historical firstname.lastname@example.org followed for nonprofits grants above $10,000 Organizations receiving $50,000 or more in four years for work on a property must donate a perpetual preservation easement Construction work must comply with Department of Interior standards Virginia Resources Various Funding for a broad http://www.vra.state.va.us/ Low interest loans Timelines vary Loans may be Application Authority resource variety of projects, projectfinancing.shtml and credit with specific subject to forms for one Loan areas including (but not enhancements loan type application fees, loan category, Programs limited to) solid waste, http://www.vra.state.va.us/ administrative Pooled Fund brownfields, water, pooledfinancing.shtml Interest rates and fees and closing Loans, airports and land fees vary with fees available at http://www.vra.state.va.us/ specific loan type conservation revolvingloan.shtml second listed Applicants are URL subject to financial review Washington Department of Noxious Funds for county weed http://agr.wa.gov/Search/?cx=0 Grants Limited Agriculture weeds, control boards 17957518327891617706%3Ag information Weed Control habitat qojg0fybn0&cof=FORID%3A1 available on Grants 1&ie=UTF- website. May 8&q=%22weed+control+grants require %22#593 cooperation with county weed control board to access funding Washington Department of Historic Funds to support http://www.dahp.wa.gov/pages/ Grants April 22-- Projects must be Grants for Archeology and cultural historic preservation, LocalGovernment/Grants.htm Applications due completed by construction and Historic resources including (but not Local match--40% August 31 and all not currently Preservation limited to) surveys, DAHP 360-586-3065 (waived for 2010 May-- payment requests available (DAHP) and comprehensive 2011 fiscal year) Notification of received by preservation planning grant awards September 30 (Table 2 continued on the next page)
OCR for page 179
(This is page 149 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 Historic Eligible applicants-- Federal Current year Preservation Local governments procurement priorities are Fund designated as CLGs standards apply survey/ inventtory and planning Weighted evaluation system included in grants manual, with link at listed URL Washington Soil Various Provides information http://www.scc.wa.gov/index. Separate Conservation resource on a variety of state, php/Grant-News/Listing-of- pages for Commission, areas federal and nonprofit Potential-Grants.html foundation, Listing of environmental grant state, and Potential opportunities. Some federal grants Grants (but not all) listed opportunities are included in this table and Table 3 Washington Washington Emissions Projects for emissions http://www.ecy.wa.gov/ Grants Continuous Program uses Links to State control technology for programs/air/cars/DieselGrant application CARB application Department of heavy duty diesel Page.htm process classifications forms, Ecology vehicles and equipment (ECY) State equipment http://www.ecy.wa.gov/ Vehicles must lists and Clean Diesel programs/air/cars/Diesel_FAQ. remain in the qualified Program Idle reduction htm applicant's fleet contractors at technologies recently for at least 2 first listed made eligible for Mike Boyer 360-407-6863; years email@example.com URL public fleets Rebuild or Eligible applicants-- http://www.ecy.wa.gov/biblio/ repower projects Cities, counties, ecy070194.html must produce municipal Carroll Johnson 360-407-6568; particulate associations, and ports, firstname.lastname@example.org reductions of at among others least 25% Washington ECY Solid Planning and Chapter 70.95 RCW Grants Two cycle Payments on Program Coordinated waste, implementation of Chapter 70.105D RCW funding reimbursement requires Prevention hazardous solid/hazardous waste Chapter 82.21.030 RCW basis airport Grants waste prevention and Chapter 173-312 WAC First cycle operators to reduction projects, employs a Grants subject to coordinate 179 including (but not formula to the with eligible allocate funds (Table 2 continued on the next page)
OCR for page 180
(This is page 150 of Table 2) 180 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 limited to) http://www.ecy.wa.gov/progra Second cycle Administrative planning construction of ms/swfa/grants/cpg.html#Coor awards unused Requirements for authority facilities to manage or dinated_Prevention_Grant_Pro funds from first Recipients of recover recyclables or gram_Guidelines Ecology Grants Links to cycle on reuse materials and Loans required forms competitive http://www.ecy.wa.gov/pubs/ available at: available at basis Eligible applicants-- 0907030.pdf http://www.ecy.w first listed Local planning Each cycle lasts a.gov/biblio/9118 URL authorities. A city that Shelly McMurry 360-407- 1 year, .html is signatory to a Solid 6223; commencing on Waste Management email@example.com Reporting and January 1 Plan may also apply in record-keeping coordination with a requirements local planning authority. Washington ECY Water Water Funding from three Centennial Clean Water Grant Grants and low September 1-- Grants and loans Information Quality quality programs to support Program--RCW 70.146, interest loans Application subject to the on separate Program water quality 36.70A; Chapter 173-95A period opens Administrative programs not improvement, WAC Local match-- Requirements for readily including (but not November 5-- Recipients of available Revolving Fund Loan 25% for grants Final due date limited to) stream Ecology Grants restoration and Program-- RCW 90.50A; 0% for loans for applications and Loans protection and storm Chapter 173-98 WAC available at: 100% grants and water management and Federal Clean Water Act-- no interest loans http://www.ecy. control Section 319 Clean Water Act, may be available wa.gov/biblio/ Pub. L 92-500 to the most severe 9118.html Sources are http://www.ecy.wa.gov/pubs/ financially stressed Federal Clean Water communities Act Section 319 0810013.pdf Nonpoint-Source Centennial Clean Water Grant Program Program contact--Jeff Nejedly Centennial Clean 360-407-6566; Water Grant Program firstname.lastname@example.org Washington State Revolving Fund Loan Program Water Pollution contact--Cindy Price 360-407- Control Revolving 7132 email@example.com Fund Loan Program Federal Clean Water Act Program contact--Alice Rubin 360-407-6429 firstname.lastname@example.org (Table 2 continued on the next page)
OCR for page 181
(This is page 151 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 Washington ECY Brown- Projects for cleanup of Chapter 173-322 WAC Grants and loans Eligibility Remedial fields, contaminated publicly requirements, http://www.ecy.wa.gov/ Action hazardous owned sites administrative programs/tcp/brownfields/ Grants waste requirements Eligible applicants-- brownfields_hp.html and funding Local governments limits vary by http://www.ecy.wa.gov/ programs/swfa/grants/rag.html category. http://www.ecy.wa.gov/pubs/ Comprehensive 1007012.pdf information on each Contact information varies with category is specific assistance category and available at with region of state third listed URL Washington Department Brown- Funds to support http://www.choosewashington. Low interest loans Cleanup must be Creditworthi- of Commerce fields, brownfield cleanup com/business/financing/redevel approved through ness is Brownfields hazardous opment/Pages/default.aspx the Voluntary considered Revolving waste Eligible applicants-- Cleanup Program Loan Fund local governments, Blake Nelson (360) 725-4050; (VCP) private property email@example.com. owners, and potential gov Applicants must developers of not have caused brownfield sites or contributed to contamination Projects will create or retain jobs and improve environmental conditions Washington Department Endangered Land acquisition http://www.dnr.wa.gov/Busines Grants May 17--Notice Lands must be Links to forms of Fish and species, projects to support sPermits/Topics/ConservationT of Intent Form preserved and available at Wildlife habitat endangered species ransactions/Pages/amp_con_tra Local match--25% due managed in second listed (DFW) recovery or preserve ns_section_6.aspx perpetuity for the URL Cooperative endangered species July-- endangered Endangered habitat Preliminary species identified Habitat http://wdfw.wa.gov/grants/secti application due preservation Species Fund on6/current_activities.html in application "Section 6" projects may August--Final Joint federal, state raise issues of Elizabeth Rodrick (360) 902- application due 2696; program--Federal compliance firstname.lastname@example.org land acquisition with FAA standards apply, standards for including (but not airspace limited to) protection and 181 appraisal wildlife standards and hazard purchase at FMV prevention (Table 2 continued on the next page)