PCA Grant Program Workshops — Feb 5th and 7th — Offer Information About Funding

Contra Loma Regional Park

Contra Loma Regional Park in Antioch, CA

Two PCA Grant workshops will assist Bay Area cities, counties, and parks and open space districts in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties to compete for a new round of Priority Conservation Area (PCA) grants ranging from $100,000 to $1 million or more. 

The workshops will provide prospective applicants with an overview of the Priority Conservation Area (PCA) Grant Program. 

Workshop 1
February 5, 2019
1 PM – 3 PM
California State Building
1515 Clay Street, Room 10, 2nd floor
Oakland, CA 94612

Workshop 2
February 7, 2019
10 AM – 12 PM 
Arrillaga Family Recreation Center
700 Alma Street, Oak Room
Menlo Park, CA 94025

In addition, a new webinar has been scheduled for PCA grant applicants to demonstrate the process of generating project-specific reports through Bay Area Greenprint. As described in the PCA Grant program guidelines, applicants will be asked to generate a project report through Bay Area Greenprint. 

Webinar: Bay Area Greenprint for PCA Grant Applicants
February 11, 2019
1PM – 2PM Webinar Details
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- Join by Skype for Business https://tnc.zoom.us/skype/361843215 
Note: This webinar will be recorded for those unable to attend.

Questions about the 2019 PCA Grant Program should be directed to PCAgrants@bayareametro.gov

The State Coastal Conservancy administers the PCA grant program in partnership with MTC and ABAG for projects in the Bay Area's five most populous counties, and will contribute up to $1.8 million in state resource bond funds for new PCA grants. 

Agencies seeking funding through this round of PCA grants must submit letters of interest by Feb. 25. For more information, visit: https://mtc.ca.gov/sites/default/files/2019_PCA_Guidelines_draft.pdf