SBF Fund AdministratorCity of Oroville Clerks's Office1735 Montgomery streetOroville, CA 95965Phone 530.538.2518E-mail: email@example.comClick Here to access the Agenda and Minutes for the SBF.
COMMUNITY BENEFITSThe economic and recreational benefits provided from the Supplemental Benefits Fund allows opportunities for job creation, tourism, and local recreation. Much of the recreational and economic development will occur along Oroville’s most prized natural resource, the Feather River. The Waterfront Development Concept is designed to integrate the Feather River with the Oroville Community.
FUND ADMINISTRATORThe City of Oroville is the Fund Administrator and a Fund Steering Committee composed of five voting members (three members from the Oroville City Council; and two members from the Board of Directors of the Feather River Recreation and Parks District) and non-voting advisory members provide direction regarding proposed projects to be funded through the Fund. Representatives from the California Department of Water Resources, State Water Contractors, American Rivers, and the Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce comprise the advisory membership.
NOTICE OF FUNDS AVAILABLEOn a fund available basis (NOFA) the Fund Administrator publishes an SBF Grant Application with full submittal, documentation requirements and response time to interested parties. Priority consideration for funding projects with a documented source of matching funds or other cost-sharing mechanism is recommended.
APPLICATION INFORMATIONOnce published, the application is due forty-five (45) days from the date the NOFA is publicly noticed. The NOFA will be posted at: Oroville City hall, 1735 Montgomery Street, Oroville, CA 95965; www.cityoforoville.org; and Feather River Recreation & Parks District, 1875 Feather River Blvd. Oroville, CA 95965; Specific project funding criteria and application details outlined in the Grant Application and Program Guidelines.
THE 2007 ($1,205,000) CATEGORICAL ALLOCATIONS WERE:
THE 2011 ($243,233.37) CATEGORICAL ALLOCATIONS WERE:
THE 2012 ($100,000) CATEGORICAL ALLOCATION WAS:
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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT-COMMUNITY MARKETING PROJECTS
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