CPA Application Information

The FY23 CPA Grant Cycle has now begun for HISTORIC APPLICANTS ONLY. Access the Eligibility Determination Form here (first step in the process). This form must be returned to the CPC Administrator (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) by SEPT. 1, 2022 as indicated on the form. If an application is deemed eligible, the applicant will then be contacted with an invitation to complete a full application.  Also, please see the FY23 Historic Applicant Workflow to gain an understanding of the process and schedule for historic applicants.

 

SMALL GRANTS: IF YOUR PROJECT REQUEST IS FOR $3,000 or LESS, you may apply at any time. Please use the new SMALL GRANT APPLICATION which is streamlined and can be completed on a rolling basis.

For further inquiries on the CPA application process, contact CPA Administrator, Amy Landau at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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Step 1: Pre-Application Workshop

A public meeting will be held to explain the application process, eligibility requirements, and the goals/priorities and evaluation criteria that the Community Preservation Act Committee (CPAC) will use in determining whether to recommend projects for funding.

Step 2: Determine Project Eligibility

The CPAC requires all applicants to submit a Project Eligibility Determination Form as the first step in the application process. The CPAC will review Project Eligibility Determination Forms and will inform applicants as to whether their proposed project is eligible for CPA funding.

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All proposed projects must be eligible for CPA funding according to the requirements set forth in the law before further consideration can be given.

Requirements for all projects:

  1. Consistency with the Community Preservation Plan, Open Space and Recreation Plan, and other planning documents related to community preservation that have undergone a public planning process;
  1. For projects on City property, an appropriate City department, Board, or Committee must be a co- applicant.
  1. Open space or historic resources must be permanently protected, such as with a conservation restriction or historic preservation restriction.
  1. Public access (if applicable to project);
  1. For projects related to housing development or rehabilitation, CPA funds can only be used to support the creation of units that are affordable to income-eligible households.
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