The Department of Toxic Substances Control’s Office of Brownfields’ Equitable Communities Revitalization Grant (ECRG) is launching next week! This grant program will provide grants to incentivize cleanup and investment in disadvantaged areas of California and set a new path for land use that will have immediate and lasting benefits, such as recreational uses (parks and other green spaces), commercial enterprises, and housing. Grants up to $7 million per application are available. Sign up for the mailing list here to receive updates about the grant program.
Register today for the two-part webinar series on the ECRG to hear about:
- Funding and timeline
- Application using the Fluxx Portal
- Required information
- Eligible expenses
- Free technical support for the application
Note: If you applied during the Pre-Qualifying Application round, we encourage you to attend these webinars to understand the full scope of the requirements to complete the Full Application.
If you are unable to join the webinars, they will be posted online afterward here.
Webinar #1: In It to Win It: The ECRG Application Overview and Scoring
February 1, 2022 at 2pm
Learn about what the Full Application for the ECRG program includes. Special attention will be paid to site eligibility and scoring criteria. Register here.
Webinar #2: In and Out of Fluxx: A Nuts and Bolts Demonstration of the Online Application Portal
February 2, 2022 at 10:30am
Get a full view of how to fill out the ECRG application in the Fluxx application portal from start to finish. Register here.
No-cost, no-obligation assistance to applicants is available through the Center for Creative Land Recycling (CCLR), a California-based nonprofit which promotes the sustainable, equitable, and responsible reuse of underutilized and environmentally impacted properties. To sign up for Technical Assistance support, visit: https://calendly.com/ecrg/ta. You can also contact CCLR directly with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can’t make the webinars? Sign up for the ECRG News here to get an email with the recording.