Funding: The State Environmental Justice Cooperative Agreement Program
EPA - EPA is working to improve the environment and public health conditions of low-income and minority communities through our daily efforts to ensure all Americans have clean air, safe water, and access to information to make decisions to protect personal and public health. EPA anticipates making five awards in amounts of up to $200,000 per award for a two-year project period. The opportunity closes on June 30, 2020, at 11:59 PM (ET).
Beacon Program Request for Award Consideration 2020
ILG - The Beacon Program recognizes the measurable achievements of cities and counties working to address climate change. These awards, called Beacon Spotlight Awards, are given in five distinct award categories. Within each award area, a participant can earn silver, gold or platinum – based on the level of achievement. To win the highest honor, a full Beacon Award, participating agencies are required to demonstrate achievements in all five areas. If you would like to apply for award consideration in any of the five categories or for the full Beacon Award, please complete this form by July 1, 2020.
Survey: New Residential Construction Low Carbon Homes - Beyond 2019 Code: Informing New Construction Programs and Future Code Cycles
CPUC - The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is continuing to work with the Investor Owned Utilities on future New Residential Construction Programs that will pilot and explore deeper energy efficiency opportunities to help meet California's aggressive greenhouse gas reduction goals. Over the coming year, the CPUC will be engaging stakeholders to discuss and define potential opportunities. This survey will help to inform and guide that effort.
CivicSpark - Apply today to receive project support to address emerging environmental and community resilience challenges. In response to the scale and urgency of COVID-19, CivicSpark is prepared to focus Fellow support on recovery activities such as: supporting development of responsive programs or connecting community members with resources. Hosting a Fellow is a cost-effective way to bolster response efforts. Explore potential recovery activities by contacting Kif Scheuer (email@example.com), or visit our website below to learn more about the application. https://civicspark.lgc.org/join-civicspark/project/
Funding Resource - The California Department of Housing & Community Development (HCD) released the first of two Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) announcements for the Permanent Local Housing Allocation Program. The first NOFA is for formula funding - formula amounts by jurisdiction can be found in Appendix A in the NOFA, here. Don't wait to apply - the deadline for formula funding is July 27, 2020! *Keep a lookout for the NOFA for the Permanent Local Housing Allocation Competitive Program, which is anticipated to be released August 2020.* Learn more about the Permanent Local Housing Allocation Program by visiting our website at: https://www.fundingresource.org/affordable-housing/