Program funds are available to agencies whose Excess Funds projects are complete and the grants are closed. Instructions for M&SE can be found in Part II of the updated Maintenance and Servicing Policy Memorandum. Signed original Maintenance and Servicing Excess Funds payment requests must be received at the District no later than Wednesday, September 26, 2018 by 12:00 p.m. For more information, please contact your Program Manager or call (626) 588-5060.
RPOSD and FUSE Corps are seeking an executive-level fellow to pilot a first-of-its-kind Technical Assistance Program for Measure A. Interested? Learn more here!
Learn about Measure A – the Local Park Funding Measure, the upcoming grant programs, and how to get involved!
On Thursday April 26th, more than 400 professionals representing cities, unincorporated communities, and various organizations gathered at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden in Arcadia to attend the 16th Annual Park Summit.
The Park Funding 102 meetings will provide an update on the implementation of Measure A and will seek the input of our grantees and elected officials on grant guideline topics including eligibility, annual allocations, competitive grants, and technical assistance.
In an effort to ensure that the implementation of Measure A is successful, RPOSD will be holding the following “Next Steps” meetings in the coming months for all five Supervisorial Districts in Los Angeles County.
On February 22, 2017, Supervisor Kathryn Barger hosted the first Park Funding 101 summit at the Los Angeles County Arboretum. The Park Funding 101 summit was designed to provide a summary of the Los Angeles County Park Needs Assessment…
2016-2017 Maintenance and Servicing Excess Funds Program is Available.Program funds are available to agencies whose Excess Funds grant-funded projects are complete and the grants are closed.
For a side-by-side comparison of the Parks Funding Measure and the Prop A funds, take a look at the City Funds Distribution Comparison Chart.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday, July 5, 2016, to place a parks funding measure on the November ballot. The Safe, Clean Neighborhood Parks & Beaches Measure of 2016 would replace funding under Proposition A passed more than 20 years ago and that is set to expire in 2019. The measure would add a parcel tax of one-and-a-half cent per square foot of developed property. An average homeowner with a 1,500 square foot home would pay approximately $22.50 a year.