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Grants

Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Government staff are available to provide technical assistance, grant application assistance, and administration assistance on grants and loans on an hourly rate and not-to-exceed price models, based upon a community’s preference and the project funding type.

If you would like more information on application or administration assistance, please contact Renata Wakeley, Community Development Director, at 503-540-1618. Availability is subject to scheduling.

Updated: August 4, 2020
TitleGrantorCategoryEligibility Information
Small City AllotmentOregon Department of TransportationTransportationStreet repair or reconstruction. Eligible entities include Oregon Cities with populations less than 5,000.
Transportation Enhancement Program Oregon Department of TransportationTransportationTwo categories: Category 1:ÿTransportation System Planning, including TSP updates, to give Oregonians a range of transportation choices and meet requirements of the Oregon Transportation Planning Rule; Category 2: Integrated Land Use & Transportation Planning, to promote compact, mixed-use development supported by improved pedestrian, bicycle, transit, and multi-modal street facilities. Eligible entities include Local Governments, ODOT, Federally Recognized Tribes, Transit Districts, and other Road Authorities.
Safe Routes To SchoolsOregon Department of TransportationTransportationTwo types of programs: Infrastructure and Non-infrastructure. Infrastructure focuses on making sure safe biking and walking routes exist through investments in crossings, sidewalks and bike lanes, flashing beacons. Non-infrastructure focuses on education and outreach to assure awareness and safe use of biking and biking routes. Eligible entities include Local Governments, ODOT, Federally Recognized Tribes, Transit Districts, and other Road Authorities.
Bicycle Pedestrian GrantsOregon Department of TransportationTransportationDesign and construction of bicycle and pedestrian facilities located in public right-of-way and important bikeway or walkway systems that serve multiple land uses with very high (or high potential) use. Eligible entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits.
Rail Safety Infrastructure Improvement Grant ProgramOregon Department of TransportationTransportationThe Railroad Safety Infrastructure Improvement Grants Program provides $25 million for safety improvements to railroad infrastructure, including the acquisition, improvement, or rehabilitation of intermodal facilities; improvements to track, bridges, rail yards, and tunnels; upgrades to railroad crossings; and the separation of railroad crossings and roads. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Passenger and Freight Railroad Carriers.
Planning Assistance GrantOregon Department of TransportationTransportationEconomic development, Streamlining planning processes, Intergovernmental agreements, Updates to coordinated county-wide population projections, and Infrastructure finance planning. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Mobility For All Pilot Program GrantU.S. Department of TransportationTransportationThe Mobility For All Pilot Porgram provides funding to improve mobility options through employing innovative coordination of transportation strategies and building partnerships to enhance mobility and access to vital community services for older adults, individuals with disabilities, and people of low income. Eligible entities include State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and designated or direct recipients of 5307, 5310, or 5311 FTA program funds.
Transportation And Growth Management ProgramOregon Department of Land Conservation and Development / Oregon Department of TransportationLand Use/ TransportationGrants for transportation and land use planning projects; Code assistance for zoning ordinance updates; Outreach Workshops for assistance with planning and design projects; Transportation System Assessments to evaluate and update Transportation System Plans (TSPs). Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Grant Young Memorial Planning Assistance GrantOregon Department of Land Conservation and DevelopmentLand UseLand use planning. Eligible entities include Local Governments, cities of less than 2,500 and counties of less than 15,000 persons.
Technical Assistance GrantOregon Department of Land Consveration and DevelopmentLand UseUpdate and modernize comprehensive land use plans and regulations; Plan updates that promote economic development and streamlining of development code permit processes; Compliance with federal mandates. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Land And Water Conservation Fund GrantsOregon Parks and Recreation DepartmentParks & RecreationAcquisition, development, and major rehabilitation of park and recreation areas and facilities. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Metropolitan Service DistrictsPark and Recreation Districts and Port Districts..
Local Government GrantsOregon Parks and Recreation DepartmentParks & RecreationLand acquisition, development, and major rehabilitation projects for public, outdoor parks, facilities and recreation areas. Eligible entities inlcude Local Governments, Metropolitan Service Districts, Park and Recreation Districts, and Port Districts.
County Opportunity GrantsOregon Parks and Recreation DepartmentParks & RecreationFunding to aid in purchase of land for campgrounds, improvements to or planning of camping areas, and other similar purposes. Eligible entities include County Governments.
ATV GrantsOregon Parks and Recreation DepartmentParks & RecreationFor off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation: funding can pay for operation and maintenance, law enforcement, emergency, medical services, land acquisition, planning, and development in Oregon?s OHV recreation areas. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofit OHV Clubs, and Private Land Managers who provide and maintain public OHV recreation.
Veterans And War Memorials GrantOregon Parks and Recreation DepartmentParks & RecreationConstruction and restoration of veterans? and memorials. Eligible entities include Local Governments (must partner with a vetaran organization), Federally Recognized Tribes, Metropolitan Service Districts, Park and Recreation Districts, and Port Districts..
Diamonds In The Rough GrantOregon Parks and Recreation DepartmentParks & RecreationRestore or reconstruct the facades of buildings that have been heavily altered over the years. Purpose is to return them to their historic appearance and potentially qualify them for historic register designation. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Nonprofits, and individual citizens.
Preserving Oregon GrantsOregon Parks and Recreation Department:Parks & RecreationHistoric preservation and heritage-related projects. Priority is given to structural work that preserves the building's functionality and historic appearance. Properties must be listed on the National Register of Historic Places, either individually or as a ?contributing? property in a Historic District. Eligible entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits.
Certified Local Government GrantsOregon Parks and Recreation Department:Parks & RecreationWide range of historic preservation activities, including: National Register nominations, historic property surveys, preservation education projects, preservation code development, building restoration, and preservation planning. Eligible entities include Local Governments that have been "certified" as historic preservation partners with both the state and the federal governments.
Historic Cemetery GrantsOregon Commission on Historic CemeteriesParks & RecreationFor protection, rehabilitation, planning and education related to historic cemeteries. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Nonprofits, and Individual citizens.
Heritage GrantsOregon Heritage CommissionParks & RecreationWide range of heritage-related projects by local, regional, or statewide groups. Eligible entities include , Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Oregon Colleges and Universities.
Museum GrantsOregon Heritage CommissionParks & RecreationFor the collection and management of heritage collections, for heritage-related tourism, and heritage education and interpretations. Eligible entities include any qualified museum in Oregon (Nonprofits or Private Institutions).
Main Street Revitalization GrantOregon Parks and Recreation DepartmentParks & RecreationSupports downtown revitalization efforts in communities participating in the Oregon Main Street Network. Purpose is to acquire, rehabilitate, and construct buildings on properties in designated downtown areas statewide; and, facilitate community revitalization that will lead to private investment, job creation or retention, establishing or expanding vital businesses or creating a stronger tax base. Eligibility is limited to Local Governments and Nonprofits that participate in the Main Street Program.
Recreation Trails GrantsOregon Parks and Recreation DepartmentParks & RecreationMaintenance and restoration of existing trails; development and rehabilitation of trailhead facilities; construction of new recreation trails; and acquisition of easements and fee simple titles to property. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Nonprofits.
PeopleforBikes Community Grant ProgramPeopleForBikesParks & RecreationBicycle infrastructure projects: Bike paths, lanes, trails and bridges; Mountain bike facilities; Bike parks and pump tracks; BMX facilities; Bike Racks, Bike Parking, Bike repair stations, bike storage. Eligible entities include Local Governments, and State Governments, and Nonprofits.
Our Town GrantNational Endowment for the ArtsParks & RecreationSupport projects that integrate arts, culture, and design activities into efforts that strengthen communities by advancing local economic, physical and/or social outcomes.Eligible entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits.
Fire Prevention And Safety GrantU.S. Federal Emergency Management AgencyEmergency ServicesEnhance the safety of the public and firefighters with respect to fire and fire-related hazards by assisting fire prevention programs and supporting firefighter health and safety research and development. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, Fire Departments and Institutions of higher learning.
Assistance To Firefighters GrantU.S. Federal Emergency Management AgencyEmergency ServicesThree Program Activities: Operations and Safety, Vehicle Acquisition, and Regional Projects. Eligible entities include Federally Recognized Tribes, Fire Departments, Non-Affiliated EMS Organizations, and State fire Training Academies.
Staffing For Adequate Fire And Emergency Response GrantU.S. Federal Emergency Management AgencyEmergency ServicesHiring of Firefighters and Recruitment and Retention of Volunteer Firefighters. Eligible entities include Federally Recognized Tribes and Fire Departments .
Building Resilient Infrastructure and CommunitiesU.S. Federal Emergency Management AgencyEmergency ServicesProvides funding for pre-disaster mitiagation activities. Eligible entities included Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, States, and U.S. Territories.
Homeland Security GrantOregon Office of Emergency ManagementEmergency ServicesFive Program Activities: Planning; Training and Exercises; Personnel; Equipment; and Community Preparedness and Citizen Corps. Eligible entities include Local Governments and Federally Recognized Tribes.
State Preparedness And Incident Response Equipment GrantOregon Office of Emergency ManagementEmergency ServicesEmergency Preparedness Equipment, which may include vehicles or other property. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Special Government Bodies, and Private Organizations.
Bulletproof Vest Partnership ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeEmergency ServicesProvides funds for the purchase of Bulletproof Vests. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, and Federally Recognized Tribes.
Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance GrantU.S. Department of JusticeEmergency ServicesProvide additional personnel, equipment, supplies, contractual support, training, technical assistance, and information systems for criminal justice. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, and Federally Recognized Tribes.
Telehealth Network Grant ProgramU.S. Department of Health and Human ServicesEmergency ServicesProvides funds to promote rural tele-emergency services with an emphasis on tele-stroke, tele-behavioral health, and Tele-Emergency Medical Services. Eligible entities include Rural or Urban Nonprofits, Community-Based Organizations and Tribal Organizations.
Justice For Families GrantU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesThis program supports the following activities for improving the capacity of courts and communities to respond to families affected by the targeted crimes: court-based and court-related programs; supervised visitation and safe exchange by and between parents; training for people who work with families in the court system; civil legal services; and the provision of resources in juvenile court matters. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Nonprofits.
Justice And Mental Health Collaboration ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesSupports cross-system collaboration to improve responses and outcomes for individuals with mental illness or co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse who come into contact with the justice system. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, and Federally Recognized Tribes.
Adult Drug Court Grant ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesEstablish new drug courts or enhance existing drug court programs. Category 1- Implementation. Category 2-Enhancement. Category 3- Statewide. Eligible entities include State Governments, Local Governments, State and Local Courts, and Federally Recognized Tribes.
Family Drug Court ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesSustain existing family drug courts or establish new family drug courts. Family drug courts serve parents who require treatment for a substance abuse disorder and who are involved with the child welfare system as a result of child abuse, neglect, or other parenting issues. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, State and Local Courts, and Territories.
Juvenile Drug Treatment Court ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesCreate and enhance juvenile drug court programs for youth in the justice system with substance abuse problems, specifically related to opioid abuse. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, State and Local Courts, and Territories.
Enhanced Training And Services To End Abuse In Later Life ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesAddresses elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation, including domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking against victims who are 50 years of age or older through training and services. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Nonprofits. .
Grants To Support Families In The Justice SystemU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesImproves the response of all aspects of the civil and criminal justice system to families with a history of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking, or in cases involving allegations of child sexual abuse. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, Legal Services Providers, and Victim Services Providers.
Rural Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, And Stalking Assistance ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesEnhances the safety of rural victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, and supports projects uniquely designed to address and prevent these crimes in rural areas. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Nonprofits.
Improving Criminal Justice Responses ProgramU.S. Department JusticeSocial ServicesDesigned to encourage partnerships among state, local, and tribal governments, courts, victim service providers, coalitions and rape crisis centers, to ensure that sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking are treated seriously, requiring the coordinated involvement of the entire criminal justice system and community-based victim service providers. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, State, Local, Tribal and Territorial Courts, Government Rape Crisis Centers, and Victim Service Providers.
Transitional Housing Assistance Grants For Victims Of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking, Or Sexual Assault ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesFunds organizations to assist victims of domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, and sexual assault who are in need of transitional housing, short-term housing assistance, and related supportive services. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Nonprofits .
Training And Services To End Violence Against Women With Disabilities Grant ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesEstablishes and strengthens multidisciplinary collaborative relationships and increases organizational capacity to provide accessible, safe, and effective services to individuals with disabilities and Deaf individuals who are victims of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Victim Services Providers.
Law Enforcement Mental Health And Wellness ProgramU.S. Department of JusticeSocial ServicesLaw Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Program funds are used to improve the delivery of and access to mental health and wellness services for law enforcement through training and technical assistance demonstration projects, and implementation of promising practices related to peer mentoring mental health and wellness programs that are national in scope and responsive to the solicitation topic requirements. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Nonprofits, and For-profit organizations.
Regional Infirastrucre FundOregon Regional SolutionsCommunity DevelopmentThe Regional Infrastructure Fund provides grants and loans for Regional Solutions capital construction proejcts. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Rural Opportunity InitiativeInfrastructure Finance AuthorityCommunity DevelopmentThe Rural Opportunity Initiative is a collaborative strategy to build local environments supportive of entrepreneurs and small business. Through financial support, innovative partnerships, network creation, and a bevy of business development resources, ROI strengthens and unifies the entrepreneurial ecosystem within and across Oregon's rural communities. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Community Development Block GrantInfrastructure Finance AuthorityCommunity DevelopmentDowntown Revitalization; Brownfield Redevelopment; Community Centers, Fire Halls, and Libraries; Shelters or treatment facilities; Water and Wastewater Improvements/Plans. More than 50% of served population must be low/mod income and/or must have area-wide or direct benefit to low/mod populations. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Cultural Development GrantsOregon Cultural TrustCommunity DevelopmentCultural Development Grants are for projects are for project activities that: protect and stabilize Oregon's cultural resources; expand public awareness of, access to and participation in quality culutral experiences in Oregon; Ensure that Oregon cultural resources are strong and dynamic contributors to Oregon's communities and quality of life; and, Build an understanding of the value and impact of culture to Oregoninas. Four program categories: Access; Preservation; Creativity; and Capacity. Eligible entities include Nonprofits.
Marion Cultural Development CorporationAffiliate of Oregon Cultural TrustCommunity DevelopmentPriorities: Promote awareness of Marion County's cultural assets, Strengthen communities by upholding diverse cultural traditions as well as vital urban centers and the distinctive character of small towns, and Inspire youth to engage in creative expression and heritage activities. Eligible entities include Marion County Nonprofits. Awardees from the last 2 years are ineligible.
Arts Build Communities GrantOregon Arts CommissionCommunity DevelopmentSupport projects that address local community need through arts-based projects. Eligible entities include Units of Local Governments (Schools, Libraries, etc.). Federally Recognized Tribes, and Nonprofits.
Community Facilities Direct Loan And Grant ProgramUnited States Department of AgricultureCommunity DevelopmentDevelop essential community facilities in rural areas. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Nonprofits.
Community Connects GrantUnited States Department of AgricultureCommunity DevelopmentTo build Broadband infrastructure and establish a community center that offers free public access to Broadband for 2 years. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Nonprofits.
Distance Learning And Telemedicine GrantUnited States Department of AgricultureCommunity DevelopmentHelps rural communities use the unique capabilities of telecommunications to connect to each other and the world. Acquisition of broadband transmission facilities, terminal and data terminal equipment, audio, video and interactive video equipment, computer hardware, network components and software. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and For Profit Businesses.
Rural Energy for America Program Renewable Energy Systems Grant and Loan ProgramUnited States Department of AgricultureCommunity DevelopmentProgram provides guaranteed loan financing and grant funding for renewable energy systems or to make energy efficiency improvements. Eligible entities include Agricultural Producers and Small Businesses.
Accelerating Promising Practices For Small LibrariesInstitute of Museum and Library ServicesCommunity DevelopmentGoal of this initiative is to support projects that strengthen the ability of small and rural libraries and archives to serve their communities. Eligible entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits.
Competitive Small GrantsTravel OregonCommunity DevelopmentProjects that contribute to the development and improvement of communities throughout the state by means of the enhancement, expansion and promotion of the visitor industry. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Port Districts .
Competitive Medium GrantsTravel OregonCommunity DevelopmentProjects that contribute to the development and improvement of communities throughout the state by means of the enhancement, expansion and promotion of the visitor industry. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Port Districts .
Housing Preservation GrantUnited States Department of AgricultureHousingRepair or rehabilitation of housing owned or occupied by low and very low-income rural citizens. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Nonprofits with rural areas of 20,000 persons or fewer.
Rural Housing And Economic Development ProgramU.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentHousingEligible projects: Establishment of CDFIs, lines of credit, revolving loan funds, microenterprises, and small business incubators. Rural defined as: Any place with a population not in excess of 20,000 inhabitants and not located in a Metropolitan Statistical Area (Indep) or . Eligible entities include Nonprofits, Community Development Corporations, and State Community and/or Economic Development Agencies.
Continuum Of Care ProgramU.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentHousingFunding for efforts by nonprofits, states and local governments to quickly re-house homeless individuals, families, persons fleeing domestic violence and youth while minimizing the trauma and dislocation caused by homelessness. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Nonprofits, Instrumentalities of State and Local Governments, and Public Housing Agencies, .
Lead-Based Paint Hazard Reduction ProgramU.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentHousingFunding to identify and remediate lead-based paint hazards in privately owned rental or owner-occupied housing. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, and Federally Recognized Tribes.
Choice Neighborhoods Implementation Grant ProgramU.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentHousingChoice Neighborhoods Implementation Grants support the implementation of comprehensive neighborhood revitalization plans that are expected to achieve the following goals: 1Housing: Replace distressed public and assisted housing with high-quality mixed income housing 2. People: Improve outcomes of households living in the target housing related to employment and income, health, and children?s education 3. Neighborhood: Create the conditions necessary for public and private reinvestment in distressed neighborhoods. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Public Housing Authorities.
Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grant ProgramU.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentHousingChoice Neighborhoods Planning Grants support the development of comprehensive neighborhood revitalization plans which focus on directing resources to address three core goals: Housing, People and Neighborhood. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Public Housing Authorities.
Economic Development Assistance Programs (Public Works, Economic Adjust. Assist., Global Climate Change Mitigation Fund)Economic Development AdministrationEconomic DevelopmentConstruction and nonconstruction projects. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, Special District Governments, Public and State controlled Institutions of Higher Education, and Private Institutions of Higher Education.
Planning And Local Technical AssistanceEconomic Development AdministrationEconomic DevelopmentThese programs will help communities develop the planning and technical expertise to support communities and regions in their comprehensive, entrepreneurial, and innovation-based economic development efforts. Projects resulting in increased private investment and higher-skill, higher-wage jobs in areas experiencing substantial and persistent economic distress, which enhance the competitiveness of regions. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Rural Business Opportunity GrantUnited States Department of AgricultureEconomic DevelopmentStrategic economic development planning and capacity building activities. Area economic development strategy development, technical assistance for businesses and local leadership development. Eligible entities include Local Governments and Unincorporated Areas and cities with <50,000 population.
Rural Economic Development Loan And Grant ProgramUnited States Department of AgricultureEconomic DevelopmentUSDA provides zero interest loans to Local Utilities which, in turn, pass through to local businesses (ultimate recipients) for projects that will create and retain employment in rural areas. Local Utilities apply for funds to then lend out to Local Governments and Nonprofits at competitive rates.
High Impact Opportunity ProjectsOregon Infrastructure Finance AuthorityEconomic DevelopmentHigh Impact Opportunity Projects (HIOPs) are projects that support the growth of target industry sectors in Oregon by removing barriers to research and development, product development and testing, technology commercialization, and other aspects of industry innovation. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Nonprofits, Public and Private Universities and Small Businesses.
Rural Business Enterprise GrantsUnited States Department of AgricultureFood/FarmSupport economic development projects that will assist specific small and emerging private businesses. E.g. feasibility study, provide technical assistance to businesses, provide job training, set up RLF, or develop infrastructure. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes Nonprofits, Institutions of Higher Education, and Rural Cooperatives. Rural Business Development Grant money must be used for projects that benefit rural areas or towns outside the urbanized periphery of any city with a population of 50,000 or more.
Value-Added Producer GrantUnited States Department of AgricultureFood/FarmFeasibility studies and developing business plans for processing and marketing of the proposed value-added product. Eligible entities include Independent Producer, Agricultural Producer Group, Farmer or Rancher Cooperative, and Majority-Controlled Producer-Based Business Venture.ÿ
Farmers Market Promotion ProgramUnited States Department of-Agriculture Marketing ServiceFood/FarmAssist in the promotion of domestic consumption of ag commodities by expanding direct producer-to-consumer marketing opportunities such as markets, roadside stands, CSA?s and agri-tourism. Cannot be used for acquisition of land or funding construction, rehab, or repair of facilities. Eligible Applicants include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, Agricultural Business or Cooperative, Producer Networks or Association, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Network or Associations, Food Council, Public Benefit Corporation, ED Corporation, and Regional Farmers Market Authority.
Local Food Promotion ProgramUnited States Department of Agriculture-Agriculture Marketing ServiceFood/FarmDevelop, coordinate, and expand local and regional food business enterprises that engage as intermediaries in indirect producer to consumer marketing to help increase access to availability of locally and regionally produced agriculture products. Eligible Applicants include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, Agricultural Business or Cooperative, Producer Networks or Association, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Network or Associations, Food Council, Public Benefit Corporation, ED Corporation, and Regional Farmers Market Authority.
Rural Cooperative Development GrantsUnited States Department of AgricultureFood/FarmTo improve economic condition of rural areas. Assists Individuals or Local Governments in the startup, expansion or operational improvement of rural cooperatives and other business entities. Grants to Cooperative Development Centers who in turn provide technical assistance to individuals and entities. Can include costs of establishing and operating the cooperative development center.
Specialty Crop Block GrantUnited States Department of AgricultureFood/FarmEnhance the competitiveness of specialty crops. Specialty crops are defined as ?fruits, vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits, horticulture, and nursery crops (including floriculture).? Funds awarded to Oregon Dept of Agriculture who then awards funds to specific programs and pilots. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Nonprofits, For-Profits, Producer Groups, Commodity Commissions, and Public and Private Colleges/Universities.
Rural Microentrepreneur Assistance ProgramUnited States Department of AgricultureFood/FarmSupport the development and ongoing success of rural microentrepreneurs and microenterprises. Direct loans and grants are made to selected Microenterprise Development Organizations (MDOs). Eligible entities include Microenterprise Development Organizations (MDOs) Eligible MDOs will be automatically eligible to receive microlender technical assistance grants to provide technical assistance and training to microentrepreneurs that have received or are seeking a microloan under RMAP. Technical assistance-only grants (for technical assistance and training) may be made to MDOs that have sources of funding other than RMAP funds for making or facilitating microloans.
Business and Industry Local Food Enterprise LoansUnited States Department of AgricultureFood/FarmLoans and loan guarantees to establish and facilitate the growth of local and regional food markets under the B&I program; at least 5 percent of B&I funding is reserved each year for this purpose. Eligible entities include Rural Businesses (businesses located outside of a city or town with a population of fewer than 50,000 people).
Grant/LoanUnited States Department of AgricultureWater/ WastewaterWater and Wastewater Improvements. City Halls and community facilities. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Water/WastewaterInfrastructure Finance AuthorityWater/ WastewaterEngineering and construction for water, sewer and storm drainage systems. Eligible entities include Local Governments with populations of less than 15,000.
Safe Drinking Water Revolving Loan (with up to $250,000 forgiveness) Infrastructure Finance AuthorityWater/ WastewaterEngineering, acquisition of property, planning, construction and equipment. Broad rating and ranking criteria based upon need and compliance issues. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Drinking Water Protection Loan FundInfrastructure Finance AuthorityWater/ WastewaterEngineering, acquisition of property, planning, construction and equipment. Broad rating and ranking criteria based upon need and compliance issues. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
Special Public WorksInfrastructure Finance AuthorityWater/ WastewaterPublicly owned facilities that support economic development. Eligible entities include Local Governments.
The Small Scale Energy Loan Program Oregon Department of EnergyWater/ WastewaterFinance Oregon projects that conserve energy or use renewable resources. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, Schools, Businesses, and Individuals
Materials Management Oregon Department of Environmental QualityWater/ WastewaterSupporting projects that target prevention and recovery of solid waste, as well as local solid and household hazardous waste planning program. Eligible entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits.
Solid Waste Management GrantUnited States Department of AgricultureWater/ WastewaterFunding for organizations that provide technical assistance or training to improve the planning and management of solid waste sites. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Academic Institutions serving rural areas and towns with a population of 10,000 or less.
Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grant ProgramU.S. Federal Emergency Management AgencyWater/ WastewaterThe goa of the Pre-Disaster Mitigation Programl is to reduce overall risk to the population and structures from future hazard events, while also reducing reliance on Federal funding in future disasters.ÿ This program awards planning and project grants and provides opportunities for raising public awareness about reducing future losses before disaster strikes. Mitigation planning is a key process used to break the cycle of disaster damage, reconstruction, and repeated damage. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, and U.S. Territories. Local Governments are eligible Subapplicants and can sponsor applications on behalf of homeowners to submit to the Applicant.
Brownfields Multipurpose, Assessment And Cleanup GrantsU.S. Environmental Protection AgencyEnvironmentalMay be used to address sites contaminated by hazardous substances, pollutants, contaminants (including hazardous substances co-mingled with petroleum) and petroleum. Eligible entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, Regional Councils, and Redevelopment Agencies.
Wetland Program Development GrantsU.S. Environmental Protection AgencyEnvironmentalBuild programs to manage, protect, and restore wetlands. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Interstate Associations, and Intertribal Consortia.
Restoration GrantsOregon Watershed Enhancement BoardEnvironmentalRestoration priorities include projects that address or involve: altered watershed functions affecting water quality, water flow, and the production capacity for fish; removal or remediation of structures such as roads, culverts, and channels to improve water quality; land management practices to address the causes of chronic disturbances to the watershed; upslope and upstream treatments; direct evidence of collaboration between stakeholders and agencies over single-party projects. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Institutions of Higher Education.
Technical Assistance GrantsOregon Watershed Enhancement BoardEnvironmentalTwo types of Technical Assistance Grants. 1. Development of a technical design for a restoration project. 2. Development of an implementation plan for restoration activities. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Institutions of Higher Education.
Stakeholder Engagement GrantsOregon Watershed Enhancement BoardEnvironmentalProjects whose purpose is to communicate and engage with landowners, organizations, and the community about the need for feasibility and benefits of a specific eligible restoration or acquisition project within an identified geography, or an eligible resource assessment or planning project, in order to successfully plan or implement said restoration or acquisition project. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Institutions of Higher Education.
Monitoring GrantsOregon Watershed Enhancement BoardEnvironmentalMonitoring projects may include: gathering baseline data on current conditions in a watershed, evaluating the specific efforts of management actions, or comparing similar watershed components before and after a project. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Institutions of Higher Education.
Access And Habitat GrantOregon Department of Fish and WildlifeEnvironmentalProject must improve wildlife habitat, increase public hunting access to private land or solve a wildlife damage issue. Eligble entities include Local Governments, Nonprofits, individual landowners, and groups of landowners.
Reduce, Recycle Rethink GrantOregon Department of Environmental QualityEnvironmentalFund projects that redue the environmental and health impacts of materials and products at all stages of their lifecycle, such as helping reduce waste, building capacity for reuse and repair and supporting responsible recycling. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, Institutes of Higher Education, and Small Businesses.
Siletz Tribal Charitable FundConfederated Tribes of Sieltz IndiansPrivate FoundationsEducation, health, public safety, gambling addiction, prevention, drug and alcohol treatment, housing, the arts, the environment and natural resource preservation, cultural activities, historic preservation, and other charitable purposes. Eligble entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits in Clackamas, Benton, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Washington, and Yamhill Counties.
Spirit Mountain Community FundConfederated Tribes of Grand RondePrivate FoundationsArts and Culture, Health, Historic Preservation, Education, Environmental Protection, Public Safety, Problem Gaming. Eligble entities include Nonprofits in Benton, Clackamas, Lane, Lincoln, Linn, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook, Washington and Yamhill Counties. Local Governments in Polk and Marion Counties.
Acres For AmericaNational Fish and Wildlife FoundationPrivate FoundationsProvides funding for projects that conserve important large-scale habitats for fish, wildlife, and plants through land acquisitions and perpetual conservation easements. Eligble entities include Local Governments, State Governments, Federally Recognized Tribes, Nonprofits, and Educational Institutions.
Salem FoundationPioneer Trust BankPrivate FoundationsVariety of Projects. Eligble entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits in the Greater Salem Area.
Community GrantOregon Community FoundationPrivate FoundationsFour Funding Priorities: 1) Health and Well Being of Vulnerable Populations, 2) Educational Opportunities and Advancement, 3) Arts and Cultural, 4) Community Livability, Environment and Citizen Engagement. Eligble entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits.
Oregon Parks Foundation FundOregon Community FoundationPrivate FoundationsAcquisition, Preservation, and Restoration of Oregon?s native landscape, as well as environmental, recreational and educational improvements to public parks. Eligble entities include Public Agencies at the community, district, county, or regional level and Nonprofits.
Technical Assistance GrantFord Family FoundationPrivate FoundationsCapacity Building Activities. Eligble entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits. Must serve communities with less than 35,000 population and not adjacent to or part of an urban or metropolitan area.
Community Building Spaces Capital GrantFord Family FoundationPrivate FoundationsSupport the development of physical places that are open to the public and have multiple uses. Eligble entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits serving communities with less than 35,000 population and not adjacent to or part of an urban or metropolitan area.
Good Neighbor GrantFord Family FoundationPrivate FoundationsSmall grants to organizations in response to unexpected needs or simple projects. Priority given to short-term grant requests for simple projects, unforeseen emergencies that interrupt programming or services. For example: A furnace repair at a community center; Bark mulch for a playground; Emergency needs; A community cultural event. Eligble entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits serving communities with less than 35,000 population and not adjacent to or part of an urban or metropolitan area.
Community GrantCollins FoundationPrivate FoundationsArts, Community Welfare, Children and Youth, Education, Environment, Humanities. Eligble entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits.
Georgia-Pacific FoundationGeorgia-PacificPrivate FoundationsFour E?s: Education, Environment, Enrichment of Community, and Entrepreneurship. Eligble entities include Local Governments and Nonprofits within 30 miles of a GP Manufacturing Facility in Oregon (Clatskanie, Portland, Canby, Albany, Toledo, Halsey, Eugene, Philomath, Coos Bay).
Community Impact Grant ProgramUnited Way of the Mid-Willamette ValleyPrivate FoundationsThe Community Impact Grant Program has two focus areas: Homelessness and Housing Innovation (invest in new or existing initiatives that provide supportive services, offer emergency, transitional or long-term shelter, or development new affordable housing units); and, Building a Thriving Community (invest in new or existing initiatives that address basic needs, children and families, education, vulnerable populations, the arts, environment, and social innovation). Eligible entities include Local Governments, Nonprofits, and Federally Recognized Tribes.
Good Neighbor Citizenship Company GrantsState FarmPrivate FoundationsFocus on three areas: Safety, Education, and Community Development. Eligible entities include Local Governments, Fire Department, Nonprofits, Federally Recognized Tribes, and Chambers of Commerce.