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INTRODUCTION

Capital funds for our grant program have come from a series of propositions approved by the voters

RECENT FUNDING

RMC PROPOSITION 68

RMC's PROPOSITION 68 REGIONWIDE Grant Program

RMC Proposition 68 REGIONWIDE Final Guidelines, Rev 1

REGIONWIDE Application Deadline: JULY 15, 2019

 

*Applications can be hand-delivered or submitted through any mail carrier

(RMC is not responsible for any lost or delayed postage)

 

RMC's PROPOSITION 68 LOWER LOS ANGELES RIVER Grant Program

RMC Proposition 68 LLAR Final Guidelines, Rev 1

 

Email questions to: Prop68@rmc.ca.gov

 

RMC Proposition 68 Technical Assistance Program (TAP) DRAFT

RMC is developing a TAP program to help ensure projects compete equally and are more competitive in the goal of meetings RMC's mission. Please email any comments or questions to Prop68@rmc.ca.gov

Conservation Corps Prop 68 Consultation Process and Form

Appendix D: Application Form

SAMPLE Tasklist-Timeline

SAMPLE Budget

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RMC PROPOSITION 1 - "THE WATER BOND"

Lower LA River Grant Program

   The RMC posted new Lower LA River Prop 1 Grant Program Guidelines (45-page, 1.7-mb PDF file) on September 17, 2018 (updated 2/1/19). These guidelines will be used to allocate state bond funds to projects within the lower LA River corridor over the next few years.

Email questions to: RMCProp1@rmc.ca.gov

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   Funding was allocated to RMC through Proposition 1, The Water Quality, Supply and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014, and the RMC guidelines were approved in November 2014.   Click here to see the related documentation.

OLDER FUNDING AND DOCUMENTATION
   Older funding was provided by Propositions 12 (2000), 13 (2000), 40 (2002), 50 (2002), and 84 (2006). These propositions have been incorporated into the California Law Codes. Click to read those portions of the codes.
   The RMC adopted new Grant Program Guidelines on September 24, 2007. More information on this part of our grant program can be found in Guidelines..
   Grantees are advised to utilize several documents in order to ensure that their projects are consistent with RMC policies. These documents can be found in Resources..
   The Grant Agreement (contract) between each grantee and the RMC requires submittal by the grantee of a number of forms to the RMC. The following two sets of forms, together with instructions, can be downloaded for use by the grantees.


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