Eligible Projects: Funding can be used for projects such as trail development and trail maintenance for pedestrian uses (hiking, running, ADA-accessibility improvements), bicycling, equestrian, off-road motorcycling, all-terrain vehicle riding, four-wheel driving, or using other off-road motorized vehicles.
Eligibility: Governmental entities (cities, towns, counties, tribal governments, state and federal agencies. Organizations, clubs, and other groups may enter into a cooperative agreement with an eligible applicant, (e.g. forest land manager), and participate as a third party.
Requirement: All applicants must first contact Mickey Rogers, chief of Grants and Trails, to discuss their project before starting an application. Contact Mickey Rogers: 602-542-6942; email: [email protected]
All grant applications will be submitted on-line using the new on-line grants system WebGrants www.azparkgrants.com.
Funds for Accessibility-Related Trail Projects:
We are encouraging all land managers to consider applying for funds to improve accessibility opportunities for people with disabilities/limited mobility.
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.
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