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Grant Programs

OPEN GRANT CYCLES:

New Funding Opportunity: Arizona State Parks and Trails Accepting Grant Applications for the Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program (ORLP) Workshop May 23, 2018 – Grant Deadline August 23, 2018

ORLP is a National competitive grant program under the LWCF program.

2018 ORLP Update:  This year, $13.3 million is available nation-wide.  Each state may nominate up to three projects requesting $250,000 to $750,000 per project application.  Eligible applicants must have a population of 50,000 or more as identified in the 2010 Census.  Eligible projects include the acquisition and development of public parkland. 

Workshop:  1:00 P.M.  May 23, 2018

Arizona State Parks and Trail Central Office

23751 N 23rdAve, Suite 190 Phoenix

Pre-Site Visit Request:  No later than June 22, 2018

Application Due: August 23, 2018

Contact Mickey Rogers at 602-542-7130/ [email protected] 

NOTE: THE APPLICATION WILL BE POSTED ON WEBGRANTS ON MAY 23RD.

If attending the workshop please RSVP Mickey by email.

Please refer to this PRESS RELEASE for more information. 

 

Safety and Environmental Education (SEE)

SEE is a new program and was developed to promote safety and environmental protection related to both motorized and non-motorized projects.  $10,000 maximum request.

  • Development and operation of trail safety education programs/ trail-related environmental education programs.
  • Production of trail related educational materials, whether on information displays, in print, electronic, video, audio, interactive computer displays, brochures and pamphlets.
  • Interpretive panels and costs related to trail interpretation.
  • Provide public with easy access to better and updated information on the accessibility of recreation trails and facilities. 

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Outdoor Recreation Info Center
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23751 N. 23rd Ave. #190
Phoenix, AZ 85085

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