American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Contra Costa County Participation Amount Applied/Applying Department Expected Amount Requested Amount For Amount Received Use of Funds Program How Allocated Jobs Impact Economic Impact Social Impact Consolidated Fire unknown Awaiting $15,000,000 maximum grant available for Firehouse Construction AFG Department of Homeland Security has $210 M (nationwide) development of for firefighter AFG grants for firehouse construction. Guidelines. May Competitive grants. apply for Station 86. Department of Child Support Services unknown To Local Support Agencies to hire additional child support specialists $18.7 statewide. Department of Conservation and $ 929,719 $ 929,719 $ 929,719 $ 909,554 Infrastructure projects that provide basic services to residents or activities that promote CDBG (Community Development Formula grant to County. County funds will be allocated Unknown at this time Will finance at least Prevailing wage jobs will be created; small Development/ Redevelopment Division energy efficiency and conservation through the rehabilitation/retrofitting of existing Block Grant) through an RFP process. $900,000 in business/microenterprse assistance; envergy buildings. Activities are required to create or retain jobs or promote economic constructon activity efficiency or conservation opportunity for lower income persons/households; or promote energy conservation, smarth growth, green buidling technology, or reduce pollution emissions. unknown N/A. Developers will Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program. May support current projects in County HOME $2.25 B nationwide, 100% to States. Funding to state housing Unknown at this time apply directly to a seeking tax credits. Tax Credit Assistance Program credit agencies per formula based on percentage of HOME Credit Allocation (TCAP) funds apportioned to the state. State agencies then distribute Committee in State competitively to project owners per a qualified allocation plan Treasurer's office. to owners who receive low income tax credits. $ 1,421,551 $ 1,422,000 $1,421,551 $ 1,405,921 Homeless Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing activities. To rapidly re-house families ESG (Emergency Shelter Grants) County funds will be allocated through an RFP process that is None Program will help Individuals and families who are at risk of (application due to who fall into homelessness, or prevent them from becoming homeless in the first expected to begin in August 2009 with services beginning by reduce the becoming homeless will be provided HUD by May 18, place. The funding is provided to help persons and families facing a sudden financial September 30, 2009. incidence of assistance so they can stay in their homes, 2009) crisis that could lead to homelessness. homelessness and and individuals and families who are homeless the impact that has will be able to access permanent housing in a on the social service more timely manner network, and help homeless families move to permanent housing $ 6,019,051 $ 6,019,051 $ 6,019,051 Purchase and rehabilitate vacant foreclosed homes. Sell rehabilitated homes to owner Neighborhood Stabilization Formula grants based on foreclosure impact in community. 20 per year Will finance at least Prevailing wage jobs will be created. Energy occupants or special needs housing. Program (NSP I) Reimbursed on basis of completion of purchase. $5 million in efficiency and green building will be (HERA funds) construction related incorporated activity. unknown, potential Minimum $5 million Application just Funds not yet Purchase and rehabilitate vacant foreclosed homes. Sell rehabilitated homes to owner Neighborhood Stabilization $2 B nationwide. Allocated competitively. 100 per year Will finance at least Prevailing wage jobs will be created. Energy minimum of $5 million Application just released. received. Application occupants or special needs housing. Program (NSP II) Threshold criteria includes need, as determined by HUD, and $5 million in efficiency and green building will be released expected to be ARRA funds) organizational capacity construction related incorporated submitted in July, activity. 2009 Department of Conservation & Development $ 3,574,300 $ 3,574,300 $ 3,574,300 50% expected by The County has proposed to fund the following activities under this grant program: Energy Efficiency and $3.2 billion for the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block 36 Jobs Retained/ Created (estimated based upon TBD TBD Fall 09, remainder 1. Lighting Improvements for County Buildings Conservation Block Grants Grant (EECBG) Program as authorized under Subtitle E of established methodology of $92K = 1 job) likely to be received 2. Streetlight Upgrades Title V of the Energy Independence and Security Act . Contra in 2010/2011 3. County Building Retrofits Costa County and other large population cities/counties are 4. Renewable Power for County Buildings eligible for direct formula grants from the DOE. This $3.2 5. Employee Commute Program billion will fund these direct formula grants through the DOE, 6. Employee Energy Conservation Campaign as well as funding for smaller cities/counties which are to be 7. Grants to Retrofit Non-Profit Facilities allocated through the State and the remaining $455 million 8. Revolving Loan Program for Low Income Household Retrofits will be made available through competitive grants to be 9. Supplemental Retrofit Program for Weatherization Assistance Households solicited through the DOE. 10. Energy Efficiency Assessments & Recommendations for Private Sector Buildings 11. Permit Fee Rebates for Residential/Commercial Solar Projects 12. Voluntary Rating Program for New & Existing Homes 13. Energy Efficiency & Conservation Toolkit 14. Update Zoning Code & Standards to Reduce Vehicular Miles Traveled Employment and Human Services See second Worksheet tab General Services $ 198,000 $ 198,000 Subsidy toward alternative fuel vehicle purchases. BAAQMD (CEC - DOE) $2,000 per alternative fuel vehicle purchased over two years. Unknown at this time Saves the County Less emissions. $198,000. Health Services Net increase of Directly related to the provision of existing health care and mental health services. This amount is related to the approximately $4.6 increase in the Federal Medical million. While we have Assistance Percentage for Medi- not been provided a Cal services and an increase in the formal State estimate hospital disproportionate funding of the increase, we cap. believe our projection will be close to the final amount. 7/21/2010 1 417234b1-2777-435a-8204-95ebbebcba1b.xls American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Contra Costa County Participation Amount Applied/Applying Department Expected Amount Requested Amount For Amount Received Use of Funds Program How Allocated Jobs Impact Economic Impact Social Impact Approximately $2 M Healthcare Information Technology This is a targeted amount and cannot be used for other purposes. Potential $700,000 Capital renovation for ambulatory care clinics Housing Authority $ 1,200,000 Public Housing Capital Fund $3.0 billion to public housing authorities per formula for the Public Housing Capital Fund for capital improvements related to public housing. Money will become available to public housing agencies within 30 days of signing the bill. In addition, there is another $1 billion for public housing authorities in competitive grants to public housing authorities for priority capital improvements and rehabilitation.Funding remains available until September 30, 2009. Libraries (see third tab ) Public Works $ 10,000,000 Vasco Road Safety Improvements Project Local Streets and Roads (LS&R) Metropolitan Transportation Commission ARRA provides funding that would ARRA funding This project will provide improvements to System Preservation (Surface otherwise not be available to construct this provides the address safety concerns due to cross median Transportation Program (STP)) improvement. The development and creation or security collisions. The connection of a southbound construction of this project will allow the of jobs that would passing lane aims to reduce the number of employment of local administrative staff, otherwise not have merges that drivers need to consider. The engineers, technicians, inspectors, been available. The motoring public will benefit from these construction contractors, carpenters, influx of funding has improvements on this heavily traveled material providers, equipment providers, a positive impact on commute corridor. The project hopes to equipment operators, etc. as expected of a the economy reduce travel delays caused by accidents, typical capital improvement project. These through the allowing reduced travel times for the daily jobs would not otherwise have benefited if employment of commuter. Less time on the road can not for this additional funding. workers. translate to a positive social impact as well as a positive environmental impact, such as the reduction of greenhouse emissions. $ 2,762,000 Vasco Road Overlay Local Streets and Roads (LS&R) Metropolitan Transportation Commission ARRA provides funding that would ARRA funding This project will provide improvements to System Preservation (Surface otherwise not be available to construct this provides the address safety concerns due to cross median Transportation Program (STP)) improvement. The development and creation or security collisions. The connection of a southbound construction of this project will allow the of jobs that would passing lane aims to reduce the number of employment of local administrative staff, otherwise not have merges that drivers need to consider. The engineers, technicians, inspectors, been available. The motoring public will benefit from these construction contractors, carpenters, influx of funding has improvements on this heavily traveled material providers, equipment providers, a positive impact on commute corridor. The project hopes to equipment operators, etc. as expected of a the economy reduce travel delays caused by accidents, typical capital improvement project. These through the allowing reduced travel times for the daily jobs would not otherwise have benefited if employment of commuter. Less time on the road can not for this additional funding. workers. translate to a positive social impact as well as a positive environmental impact, such as the reduction of greenhouse emissions. $ 5,030,000 $ 5,030,000 To construct the Upper Sand Creek Detention Basin. The project will restore several US EPA Expanded Use CWSRF State Water Resource Control Board ARRA provides funding that would ARRA funding The Upper Sand Creek Detention Basin hundred feet of Sand Creek, create several acres of wetlands, and provide critical Loan otherwise not be available to construct this provides the project will restore approximately 2000' of flood protection to the communities in southern Antioch, northern Brentwood, and improvement. The development and creation or security Sand Creek in eastern Contra Costa County Oakley. construction of this project will allow the of jobs that would which, is devoid of riparian vegetation, has employment of local administrative staff, otherwise not have unstable banks, sedimentation and algae engineers, technicians, inspectors, been available. The problems indicative of a cattle impacted creek. construction contracttors, carpenters, influx of funding has The restored creek will support a willow/valley material providers, equipment providers, a positive impact on oak community. The section of restored creek equipment operators, etc. as expected of a the economy will be part of a regional detention basin, which typical capital improvement project. These through the will reduce peak flows downstream, providing jobs would not otherwise have benefited if employment of regional flood protection for the communities not for this additional funding. workers. of Antioch, Brentwood, and Oakley. It will also capture sediment from the upper half of the watershed. Most of the upstream watershed is actively grazed by cattle. Once constructed, the detention basin will allow for additional Sheriff's Office If fully funded,would To fund 56 Deputy Sheriff positions COPS (Community Oriented $1 B nationwide. Allocated competitively. Two kinds of provide approximately Policing Services) grants: Sponsored/Targeted Grants consist of $24 million over 3 Methamphetamine, Safe Schools Initiative and Technology years, requiring a local programs. Discretionary/Non-Targeted Grants consist of match of about $4 Cops In Schools, Homeland Security Overtime Program, million and requiring MORE, Interoperability, Secure Our Schools, Tribal and the County to sustain Universal Hiring programs. Apply directly to DOJ, COPS the funding in the fourth Office for grants. year. unknown 7/21/2010 2 417234b1-2777-435a-8204-95ebbebcba1b.xls American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Contra Costa County Participation Amount Applied/Applying Department Expected Amount Requested Amount For Amount Received Use of Funds Program How Allocated Jobs Impact Economic Impact Social Impact $ 299,535 Grantees may utilize Recovery JAG funds for state and local initiatives, technical Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Once the state funding is calculated, 60 percent of the assistance, training, personnel, equipment, supplies, contractual support, and Assistance Grant Program allocation is awarded to the state and 40 percent to eligible information systems for criminal justice, as well as research and evaluation activities. units of local government. States also have a variable To be split with the District Attorney. percentage of the allocation that is required to “pass through” to units of local government. This amount, also calculated by BJS, is based on each state’s crime expenditures. Additionally, the formula calculates direct allocations for local governments within each state, based on their share of the total violent crime reported within the state. Other $ 2,000,000 Army Corps funding for San Pablo Bay, Mare Island Strait, O&M 7/21/2010 3 417234b1-2777-435a-8204-95ebbebcba1b.xls Employment & Human Services Department Estimated Funding Increase from The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 Amount Rec'd Reporting Expected Amount to Date How Allocated Job Impact Economic Impact Social Impact Requirements Proposed Use of Funds Aging & Adult Services Bureau For meals, equipment, and outreach Nutrition Program $ 268,922 to Quarterly Claiming to State.increase client participation Additional revenues due to increased FMAP efective October 1, 2008 through December 31, 2010, to offset IHSS 6,750,000 County GF reduction. $ 7,018,922 Community Services Bureau: This funding provides These new slots will additional childcare create new jobs: 24 slots: due to having teaching positions, 4 affordable/ no cost clerical and 3 childcare, families will be Children will be prepared to management positions in able to return to work or enter preschool and Monthly report to addition to several school and will have the Kindergarten; families will funders; Annual PIR Facility upgrades, additional staff, Grant Award, temporary contractual time to seek receive prevention and report; Annual grant COLA, expand collaboration with Head Start/Early Head Start $ 5,494,158 Competitive Bid positions employment intervention services renewals CBOs. Costs reimbursable after July 1 Potential use of consultants to provide focused training for CDE Contract providers on infant and This focuses on the Allocation, toddler care, health and improvement and proportionate safety and other areas retention of qualified Better trained staff results in Facility upgrades, additional staff, share of state pertaining to quality; childcare staff in children better prepared for Annual,Quarterly, and COLA, expand collaboration with Child Development 814,759 funds create 3 new jobs childcare programs school. Monthly reports CBOs. Reiburseable after July 1 Formula Allocation based on estimate Funds approx. $1 M to Expand collaboration with Sub-contract employment-related made by state Create 332 new jobs and CBO's in employment- various CBO's that serve low- Annual & Bi-monthly services to various CBO's. Costs Community Services Block Grant 1,135,085 CSD retain 2 jobs related services income residents reports reimbursable after July 1 Formula Additional staff, expand collaboration Allocation, with Building Inspection to increase estimate Weatherize approx. 676 Converts low-income weatherization assistance to eligible provided by dwelling units of low dwelling units into energy- Annual & Monthly county residents. Costs reimbursable Department of Energy 3,379,410 State Create 6 new jobs income residents efficient units. reports after July 1 $ 10,823,412 Worforce Development Board Provide employment and Assist 50% more low training services in order income CC County Low income individuals will to ready low income and residents through One- be engaged in meaningful job- targeted populations with Stop Career Centers related activities and become Formula skills to compete in any and other existing more equipped with skills for Adult Employment & Training Adult $ 1,095,358 Allocation job. workforce partners. self sufficiency Quarterly Activities Youth will be work ready and equate learning and earning as they either continue education and training or seek future employment. $1 million from youth Also, there is a documented Over 80% of funds will be wages will go into the link between youth Formula used to employ 1,000 local economy this employment and lower crime Youth Activities including Summer Youth 2,511,927 Allocation youth this summer. summer. rates. Monthly Youth Employment Assist twice as many Participants will be engaged Provide employment and CC County residents in meaningful employment training services to those through One-Stop activities in order to retool who have lost their jobs. Career Centers and existing skills sets for future Expedite rehiring by other existing workforce marketplace. One-Stop building on existing skills partners. Some Career Centers give and aligning training with participants may seek to struggling residents a place Formula industries most likely to start their own small to go to find employment Dislocated Worker Employment & Dislocated Worker 2,719,629 Allocation hire & remain viable. business enterprise. assistance. Quarterly Training Activities Address both job seekers who continue to be displaced; assist struggling businesses to Formula ensure retention of jobs Rapid Response 410,052 Allocation in region. Quarterly Employment & Training Activities Older individuals stay healthier when engaged in Add 19 new training Individuals have more work environment and may slots with potential for funding to put into the draw down fewer public SSA Title V 172,264 Contract more job placements economy services Quarterly Employment & Training Activities $ 6,909,230 Workforce Services Bureau 80% of increased spending in basic assistance, non- Temporary Assistance for recurrent short- Needy Families (TANF) term benefits Emergency Contigency and subsidized Fund (ECF) TBD employment $ - California Public Library Modernization Construction Projects Data Coll Please provide the project information below for all library modernization (remodel, retrofit, renovatio (Information on New Construction projects is NOT being collected at t 1 Contact Person Completing Form: Anne Cain 2 3 Name of Library Jurisdiction Project Name 9 Project Description & Benefits (Provide scope of project, "green" initiatives, job creation, & outcome in terms of se Example: Somewhere Public Library Califa Branch Library Remodeling Project Description & Benefits: The project will remodel the existing library for ADA access, energy (LEED Silver) conserva project will employ 20 construction workers for 6 months. The outcome will be a library building that is universally accessib access in general and much improved community information and business services along with a career center. List All Modernization Projects that can Start Construction in 2009 Below: (Do not type beyond what shows in each b Contra Costa County Library Kensington Expansion and Modernization This project will expand and modernize the Kensington Library. The project will install fire sprinklers, replace the HVAC sys systems, retrofit the library for earthquake safety and add approximately 2000 sq. feet. The renovation will include a numbe windows and energy efficient HVAC and lighting. Contra Costa County Library Pleasant Hill Renovation and Modernization A recently completed facility assessment identified the need for $10 million if facility repairs and modernization and a space transformation from a Central Library to a community library. The $ 10 million includes improvements in accessibility, elect replacing the elevator. The space planning includes creating new spaces for children and teens as well as office space pla project Costa County Library Contra will include solar panels and other sustainable improvements. Ygnacio Valley Modernization The recently completed facility needs assessment identified that $ 2 million is needed to replace the HVAC system, repair t Contra Costa County Library Antioch Modernization The Antioch Library modernization project will include upgrades to the electrical, fire/life safety, HVAC and plumbing system Contra Costa County Library El Sobrante Modernization This project will increase accessibility at the library, renovate the public service areas to switch to self-service functions and If more space is needed to list more projects, cut & paste additional data cells or comple Return this form as an email attachment to Richard Hall at email@example.com at the California State Library ASAP ion Projects Data Collection Form: zation (remodel, retrofit, renovation, addition) projects which can start construction in 2009. ojects is NOT being collected at this time) Telephone #: (925-927-_3201____________________ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org________________________ 4 5 6 7 8 US Postal Start of Total Project Funds Needed Project Location Zip Code Construction Cost Estimate to Bid Project creation, & outcome in terms of services to the community): Anywhere, CA 94237-0001 Aug-09 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 ess, energy (LEED Silver) conservation, and telecommunications capabilities. It is estimated that the construction y building that is universally accessible, with reduced energy consumption and providing greatly improved electronic long with a career center. ot type beyond what shows in each box/data cell) Kensington, CA 94707 Jul-09 $4 million $4 million fire sprinklers, replace the HVAC system, create and ADA accessible rest room, upgrade the mechanical and electrical The renovation will include a number of "green" features, including and energy star rated roof, high performance Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 Nov-09 $14 million $14 million pairs and modernization and a space needs assessment identified another $ 4 million in renovation costs to complete the improvements in accessibility, electrical, exterior, fire/life safety, HVAC, interior systems and furnishings, plumbing and and teens as well as office space planning for the County Library's centralized support and administrative services. The Walnut Creek CA 94596 Sep-09 $2 million $ 2 million o replace the HVAC system, repair the plumbing and electrical systems, and increase the library's accessibility. Antioch CA 94509 Sep-09 $3 million $ 3 million e safety, HVAC and plumbing systems. El Sobrante CA 94803 Sep-09 $ 2 million $ 2 million o switch to self-service functions and upgrade the electrical and fire/life safety systems. ste additional data cells or complete additional data collection forms. t the California State Library ASAP or by Monday, March 23, 2009 ______________________ Recovery Act Grants Department Amount Match Submitted Purpose Pending On-line OVC National Training Zero Tolerance $499,824 N/A 3/26/09 training platform Transitional housing for DOJ Transitional Housing STAND $500,000 N/A 4/8/09 domestic violence victims Sexual Assault BJA Victim Services CVS $447,284 N/A 4/27/09 services for adult and child victims Reducing mortgage fraud and BJA Mortgage Fraud DA $786,781 N/A 4/27/09 crime related to vacant properties
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