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How Cities Can Receive Funding From The Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership Program - Gallery view
autumn gressett
12:42
Does anyone else have sound? I can't hear the speaker
David Burns
15:24
Good afternoon everyone and thank you for joining us today. If you have any questions for our panel, please feel free to share them right here in the chat.
Veronica Stocco
24:08
Eligibility question: can 2020 applicants re-apply this year?
Jonathan Jones
26:35
Is there a directory or roadmap to help us find our state lead and their SCORP?
Michele Hodges
27:42
Yay! Belle Isle is our Detroit gem and we are proud to be part of it here at the Belle Isle Conservancy. Thank you for the support!
Ashley De Leon
28:18
Could you define what "recreation" is and what it entails within these programs?
sherre titus
29:58
I. Will this PowerPoint presentation be available to participants following the webinar?
keith cole
31:18
Are the sponsors government agencies, such as state, county or city? We are a 501c3. Thanks.
Mayor Elizabeth Kautz
31:31
Yes, I see that, there is one in the Q&A function. I will make sure we get to as many questions.
Curt Leng
31:44
Can you kindly send copies of the presentation when it’s completed to us. Could you also please add links to the grants in the chat - thank you!
Steve Campbell
32:44
Is the population count City Proper or regional?
Kyle Simpson
32:46
Tom McCarthy, here is the contact list: https://www.nps.gov/subjects/lwcf/contact-list.htm
George Davis
33:23
Thanks!
Curt Leng
33:59
Thanks!
Kyle Simpson
34:11
Here is the link to the grant announcement with the documents: https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=333434
Ashley De Leon
34:31
Hi, would you be able to send this presentation to me? Email: adeleon@hcp4.net Thank you.
Tyson Carter
35:32
I would like to have this presentation emailed to me please. tcarter@dothan.org
Julie Waterman
35:45
Yes, presentation will be sent to all attendees and will be on City Parks Alliance’s website.
Kathryn Weyland
36:10
Could the speaker please speak up?
Ben Nemenoff
36:14
Can nonprofits that partner with local governments receive the funds as a sub-grant?
Jonathan Jones
36:25
Much appreciated
Rebecca Tsolakides
37:11
can you add that link to the chat please
Kyle Simpson
37:33
The census information is available here: https://www.census.gov/programs-surveys/geography/guidance/geo-areas/urban-rural/2010-urban-rural.html
Rebecca Tsolakides
37:38
thanks
Ellen Cruz
38:07
Our city was had a population of 49,900 and we remained an entitlement community. Would we qualify for this grant?
Ashley De Leon
38:28
Thank you.
Colby Fangman
39:18
Hello! Are there any requirements which dictate how long the state agencies must have the application window open?
Amaad Rivera-Wagner
39:43
Do cities have to go through their state designee or can they apply directly?
Francesca Sciamanna
39:46
Hello, does that mean multiple cities can partner together for one individual project if those cities individually do not meet the 50,000 number?
Julie Waterman
41:17
Cities must go through the state designee.
Steve Brown
41:35
The census information is very difficult to use and not clear if our city counts or not.
Alvin Barnes
43:27
Is the pre-application due Sep 24th or the Final ?
Kyle Simpson
43:33
Steve, this website has maps that may be more helpful. https://www.census.gov/geographies/reference-maps/2010/geo/2010-census-urban-areas.html
Kristal McKelvey
43:48
Elisabeth mentioned a park can only receive LWCF funding twice. Is that specific to ORLP or also for Stateside/Formula funding?For example, a park acquired in the 1970's with LWCF, developed in the 80's with LWCF... could they apply in 2022 for Stateside development to rehabilitate or increase outdoor facilities?
Julie Waterman
44:01
Pre-Application is due Sept. 24.
Victoria Babb
45:10
Can you share about procurement process? I'm assuming it is like LWCF. How can we be detailed on budget when we must go out to bid upon award notification?
Shawsheen Baker
46:11
is it allowed to use another private grant as matching funds, or do the entire matching funds have to be available in current year CIP?
Steve Brown
47:27
Thank you, that was much more helpful.
Tyson Carter
48:54
If the particular area you are targeting for funding is already an LWCF property, is it still eligible for this grant?
Pamela Russo
55:45
Is there a criterion that measures how they are planning to avoid displacement of current residents - under the appropriatesness of project or community involvement?
steve casey
59:17
Can you define "shovel ready"? We are looking at an adaptive repurposing of closed landfill for parks use. Project is in final stages of master planning but at least 1-2 years minimum from start with agency environmental review, approvals, etc. Would you advise waiting for next grant cycle?
Jenny Baker
01:00:26
Will projects that are currently under construction at time of application qualify?
Allen Payne
01:01:33
How do we find out State's lead agency (for NY) and decline for prelimary application deadline
William Urschel
01:02:44
Can we use federal american recovery act funds to match these funds?
Kim Constan
01:02:54
Do you have to have a current 5 year master plan on file with the DNR. I just came into a position that has the master plan 4 years out of date. I will have it submitted this October.
Nohemi Enciso
01:03:00
Can a sponsor apply for an LWCF stateside grant and an ORLP grant for 2 different projects but at the same park?
Victoria Babb
01:03:37
Not being about to design ahead of time makes the process more difficult. Have you considered allowing projects to choose their vendors before the grant application?
PATRICK MCDOUGALL
01:06:10
So, you mentioned that projects must be shovel ready and that detailed and accurate cost estimates are needed. But then the grant awards won't be until April, and funds aren't disbursed until October 2022. Are prior expenditures accrued eligible if an application is ultimately approved?
William Jones
01:06:17
I have another meeting to attend, so I have to leave. Thank you for a great presentation. We are looking forward to this funding opportunity.
Eric Leshinsky
01:07:05
What is the Criteria used for the Vermont City exceptions.
Jodie Adams
01:07:07
Thank you so much for the guidance and information.
Jonathan Nasser
01:07:18
Thank you for this information.
John Pipoly
01:07:33
We have an unincorporated, very well defined, urbanized area >95% African American; >80% below poverty level of 25,000 inhabitants within a county of 1.9 million residents, Broward County, Florida
Zakiya Daniel
01:07:36
Thank you very much!
Nohemi Enciso
01:07:39
Are you able to answer any unanswered questions and email a response to everyone?
Parker Agelasto
01:07:50
Can we get contact information to ask additional questions of Elizabeth Fondriest or Ginger Carter?
John Pipoly
01:08:46
jpipoly@broward.org
Kristina Chamberlin
01:09:28
Also appreciative of these type of informative webinar opportunities.
Margarita Hernandez
01:10:41
thank you for the presentation. Is this meeting being recorded?
Kyle Simpson
01:10:58
Yes, this is being recorded and will be shared.
Julie Waterman
01:11:09
Yes, webinar recording link will be sent around.
steve casey
01:11:18
Thank You!
Vinzuela Bolden
01:11:18
Thank you for this information
Maria Reyes
01:12:08
Thank You.
Katie Thayer
01:12:16
Thank you! Helpful presentation.
Sharon Singleton
01:12:17
Thank you!