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Safe Routes to School Grant program Workshops -Redmond
March 14, 2019 @ 12:30 pm - 2:15 pmFree
Learn how to apply for the new and recurring ODOT Safe Routes to School Grant Program
funds. In the spring and summer of 2019, the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) will solicit proposals for the next
round of Safe Routes to School (SRTS) grant funding. ODOT and Commute Options staff will present a program overview and answer questions about these upcoming opportunities. The presentations will cover SRTS Infrastructure and Non-infrastructure Programs
specifics including, timeline, eligibility, proposal selection process, match requirements, and proposal development
tips. The target audiences include city, county, tribes, transit agency staff and interested public school representatives. All workshops are open to the general public.
Hosted by Commute Options Brian Potwin and ODOT’s LeeAnne Fergason. For more information on this and other funding workshops contact Kim Curley.
Agenda: 1.75 hours
- Welcome and introductions (10 minutes)
- Workshop overview (5 minutes)
- Non-infrastructure Program and application process (15 minutes)
o Description: Workshop participants will learn how to apply for the SRTS Non-Infrastructure program, a grant provided to to help communities educate and encourage walking and rolling to and from school.
- Project Identification Program and application process (7.5 minutes)
o Description: Workshop participants will learn how to apply for the Project Identification Program, a service provided to cities, counties, and school districts to help communities collaborate and create a prioritized infrastructure project list for 1-3 schools in order to address barriers for students walking and rolling to school.
- Rapid Response Program and application process (7.5 minutes)
o Description: Workshop participants will learn how to apply for the Rapid Response Grant Program. Grants will provide funding for infrastructure projects that address barriers for students walking and biking to school, can prove urgency, and cannot wait for the next round of funding for the next SRTS Infrastructure Competitive Grant cycle in 2020. Other eligibility requirements apply.
- Q and A (60 minutes)
Funding Workshops 2019 flyer here.