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11/4/2018 » 11/6/2018
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Grant and Funding Opportunities

Browse the listings below for funding and grant opportunities in Oregon.  Listings include opportunities for planning, development, recreation, and maintenance.  Click on the associated links below to learn more information.

To submit a grant for inclusion on this page, please email Amanda Parsons at


Source Name / Description Deadline How to Apply

Meet Me At The Park Earth Month Campaign

The purpose of this campaign is to provide communities with resources to improve local parks through projects that connect kids with nature, promote healthy living and provide access to sports. 
NRPA is offering the public a chance to nominate a city to win $20,000 for a local park. The city with the most nominations will be the winner. You can begin nominating your city for the Meet Me at the Park Earth Month campaign on April 1.


Funding Available: $20,000

April 30th, 2018

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Local Government Grant Program

The LGGP is a State Lottery funded reimbursement grant program. Its purpose is to help local government agencies fund outdoor park and recreation areas and facilities, and acquire property for park purposes.

Funding Available: Estimated $5 million

Rolling Deadlines Depending on Grant Type Learn More

Recreational Trails Program

The Recreational Trails Program (RTP) is a federally funded reimbursement grant program.  Its purpose is to provide, expand, and improve public trails for motorized and non-motorized uses.  These include hiking, running, bicycling, off-road motorcycling, and all-terrain vehicle riding. Yearly grants are awarded based on funds voted on by the U.S. Congress.

June 15th, 2018 Learn More

MACS Service Project and Playground Builds

Every year the Maintenance and Construction Section of ORPA gives back to the community through a volunteer playground installation or other service project.  All Oregon agencies and communities are eligible.

January 25 for May Install

June 25 for October Install

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