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Community Development Block Grant Program – CDBG

The CDBG program works to ensure decent affordable housing, to provide services to the most vulnerable in our communities, and to create jobs through the expansion and retention of businesses. CDBG is an important tool for helping local governments tackle serious challenges facing their communities. The CDBG program works to benefit low- and moderate-income persons, […]

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Community Facilities Direct Loan & Grant

The Community Facilities Direct Loan & Grant Program provides affordable funding to rural areas for the development of essential community facilities.  These include facilities that provide an essential service to the local community for the orderly development of the community.  Private, commercial or business undertakings are excluded. Funds from this program can be used to

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Community Forestry Partnership Grants

Grant monies awarded under this program are in the form of reimbursement grants and will be paid only upon completion of granted projects, and submission of a final report. Funds will be available to communities and organizations on a competitive basis in a 1:1 cost share match program. Successful applicants must provide a local match

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Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire (CPAW)

Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire (CPAW) is a consulting team that provides communities with land use planning solutions to better manage their wildland-urban interface (WUI). Established in 2015 by Headwaters Economics and Wildfire Planning International, CPAW is funded by the U.S. Forest Service and private foundations. The CPAW team includes planners, foresters, economists, researchers, and

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Disaster Supplemental

The EDA’s role in disaster recovery is to facilitate the timely and effective delivery of Federal economic development assistance to support long-term community economic recovery planning and project implementation, redevelopment and resiliency.

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Emergency Community Water Assistance Grant (ECWAG)

The ECWAG grant can be applied for to aid communities that have experienced a significant decline in water quantity or quality from their sources due to a natural disaster or other emergency event such as: drought, flood, fire, earthquake, disease outbreak, chemical or leakage spill.  70% or more of funding is to be used for

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Emergency Watershed Protection Program

The EWP Program allows communities to quickly address serious and long-lasting damages to infrastructure and to the land. The EWP Program authorities offer NRCS the flexibility to act quickly to help local communities cope with adverse impacts resulting from natural disasters. EWP does not require a disaster declaration by federal or state officials for program

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Joint Highway Committee

Several types of federal funds are allocated to Utah each year by Congress for use on transportation facilities in the rural and small urban areas of the state. In addition to these funds, specific dollars are also set aside for bridges on the local system in all areas of the state. The Joint Highway Committee,

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Main Street America

Main Street America is a nationwide non-profit membership organization that champions a community-led, community-owned approach to generate new momentum for the local economy by providing technical support to historic commercial districts. Its a program of the National Main Street Center. Since 1980, over 2,000 programs have followed their four points: local organization, design, economic vitality,

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NRCS-PL566 Watersheds

The Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act (PL-566) authorizes the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service to help local organizations and units of government plan and implement watershed projects. PL-566 watershed projects are locally led to solve natural and human resource problems in watersheds up to 250,000 acres (less than 400 square miles).

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