"Attorney Denver Small Business"
Office of Economic Development Grant name* Workforce Investment Act CDBG CDBG Program Name* Workforce Investment Act Revolving Loan Fund Neighborhood Revitalization Amount* $ 4,663,257 Formula or Competitive* Formula Formula Formula Reimburesment or Direct* Reimbursement Reimbursement Reimbursement Application/Plan Deadline* Status of Grant (waiting on award notification, awarded, program started) Time to Complete Program/Project 6/30/2011 4/30/2009 4/30/2009 Anticipated or actual start date of program or project 3/6/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 Public Input in development (i.e. public notice, board approval) Workforce Investment Board at board mtg 3/2009 (?) Council Review? If yes, date NCBR 3/26/09 NCBR 3/26/09 NCBR 3/26/09 Cabinet Review? If yes, date Mayor Approval? If yes, date Performance Goals Jobs Created & Retained Number of Jobs and Retained or Created Other Performance goals (# served) 400 Adults & 400 Youth served How will the grant support the goals of ARRA? (ie serve # additional people, increase # of services, jobs) Train unemployed for jobs and move them into jobs Description of Grant (purpose)* Will any of these $ be expended via community partners or RFP? If yes, who and how were they selected (i.e. RFP date) Will there be subrecipients? If yes, what is the monitoring plan? (on site audit, monthly reports) Staff Contact* Curt Pesicka Jeff Romine *on XO15 377108 48% 409296 52% 786404 City and County of Denver ARRA Awarded Grants As of July 24, 2009 Time Formula/ Frame/Deadline to Upcoming Federal Department(s) Program Name Amount Competitive Expend Deadlines Grant Description Progress Community Community Office of Development Awaiting plan Economic Block Grant - July 1, 2009 start $1.37m in small business lending, $850K in neighborhood approval from Development Recovery $ 2,462,903 Formula 2 years date community/economic revitilization projects (RFP in July). HUD The funds will be distributed through competitive grants, with specific efforts Denver Office of Stimulus Recovery to reach organinzations that serve underserved populations. $25,000 will Cultural Affairs Sub-Granting $ 250,000 Competitive June 30, 2010 n/a support DOCA expenses for administration of the sub-grants. Awarded Education Awaiting plan approval from Mayor's Office Funding will be used for playground improvements, Staff development; National of Education July 1, 2009 start mental health services, assesments for speech, language; Office of and Children Head Start $ 409,296 Formula 15 months date retention/reduction of turnover Head Start Green Funds will be used for various City Facility Upgrades, LED Traffic Signals, 18 months to Building Code Adoption, Energy Financing Program, Neighborhood Awaiting plan obligate funds - 36 Application due Weatherization, Neighborhood Tree Planting, Denver Bike Sharing, Climate approval from Mayor's Office EECBG $ 6,079,500 Formula months to spend June 25, 2009 Action Plan Update, and Administrative Costs DOE Denver's Office of National Clean Funding will be used to pay for incremental costs of biodiesel, retrofit all pre Environmental Diesel Funding MY2007 engines with emissions control technologies and pay for incremental Health Assistance $ 700,000 Competitive September 30, 2010 n/a (50%) cost of LNG refuse vehicles. Awarded Housing Fiscal Obligations Homeless must be This is a Rapid Re-entry Program, shifting focus from providing shelter to Denver Human Prevention & Re- completed by Sept preventing homelessness and quickly rehousing people who have become Services Housing Program $ 3,769,259 Formula 3 Years 30, 2009 homeless. Funds will be spent on rental assistance and supportive services. Awarded Human Services Goal of program is to help residents move out of poverty, with special Community emphasis on employment services such as training, placement, retention and Awaiting plan Denver Human Services Block support services. The department plans to fund several larger projects (i.e. approval from Services Grant $ 1,700,000 Formula Sept. 30, 2010 $400 - 500K each) with these funds. DOLA Expansion of Food Stamp Program to address increased need. Because of the Denver Human Food Assistance fast deadline for spending funds, this will primarily be used for staff overtime Services Program $ 273,633 Formula Sept. 30, 2009 to address the current backlog. Awarded Page 3 of 6 City and County of Denver ARRA Awarded Grants As of July 24, 2009 Time Formula/ Frame/Deadline to Upcoming Federal Department(s) Program Name Amount Competitive Expend Deadlines Grant Description Progress The funds have already been fully expended. 874 children have been supported through the ARRA dollars for the entire year. As a result of the ARRA money, the City will only need to rely on $6.06 million in TANF Denver Human Child Care transfers to cover the gap between our Child Care spending and our Child Services Assistance $ 5,012,412 Formula June 30, 2009 June 30, 2009 Care allocation - otherwise the gap would have been more than $11 million Closed out Expansion of current Americorp youth mentoring that provides one on one mentoring to support youth 16-21 who are transitioning to self-sufficiency while in systems of care. The funds will allow AmeriCorps to hire six Corporation for additional AmeriCorps members, it will also allow for DHS as a cash match Denver Human National and for the reglar DHS AmeriCorps program, along with a cash match for DHS to Services Community Service $ 175,231 Competitive Sept. 30, 2010 use as a cash match for the six ARRA hired positions. Awarded $18,000 for hotel/motel vouchers and $20,493 for rent/mortgage assistance Denver Human FEMA Emergency to help newly unemployed. Awarded by Metro Denver Emergency Food and Services Food and Shelter $ 38,493 Competitive Dec. 31, 2009 Shelter Board. Awarded AmeriCorps Community Building To create a multi site program that colocates AmeriCorps members at Denver Human Partnership/Youth several host agencies in the emtro area to provide one mentoring to support Services in Transition $ 208,052 Competitive TBD youth 16-21 who are transitioning to self-sufficiency while in systems of care. Awarded Infrastructure Airport Improvement DIA Projects $ 7,000,000 Competitive 1 Year Runway Rehabilitation Underway Airport Improvement DIA Projects $ 5,000,000 Competitive 1 Year Apron Rehabilitation, widening of runway Underway These funds will help complete the Central Park Blvd.Interchange at I-70 and Stapleton. This is an existing project funded by Better Denver bond funds, other federal funds, and private sector/developer contributions. This new access point will allow the redevelopment of the North Stapleton area. ARRA Construction funds will allow for completion of the full project rather than a phased will begin in Public Works DRCOG STP Metro $ 12,000,000 Competitive 1 Year approach. the Fall 2009. Bikeway improvements such as painted bike lanes/better signage as identified in one of the following plans; Denver Bicycle Master Plan Update DRCOG STP (2001), Louisiana Pearl Station Area Plan (2007), Downtown Area Plan Public Works Enhancement $ 250,000 Competitive 1 Year (2007), or Denver Strategic Transportation Plan (2008). Preparing RFP Safety Page 4 of 6 City and County of Denver ARRA Awarded Grants As of July 24, 2009 Time Formula/ Frame/Deadline to Upcoming Federal Department(s) Program Name Amount Competitive Expend Deadlines Grant Description Progress Funds will be used to add/retain staff and purchase some needed equipment for the Police department. Jobs added/retained include: Police Department Going District High Intensity Location Observation (HALO) Surveillance Technicians, District through City Attorney, Attorney DNA Cold Case Unit, Sheriff Department Juvenile treatment legislative Sheriff, Police Byrne JAG $ 2,800,000 Formula 3 Years program, and Safe City Gang Reduction Initiative of Denver (GRID). process City Attorney's Funds will pay for four new personnel to help with the implementation of an Office State JAG $ 520,971 Competitive TBD electronic legal case management and data management system. Awarded The Statement of Grant Award must be signed and District Violence Against returned by Attorney's Office Women Act $ 105,658 Competitive 18 months August 14. TBD Awarded The Statement of The funds will pilot a Domestic violence Night Shift Team which will be a Grant Award must collaborative effort between trained DPD officers and the Victim Asststance be signed and Unit victim specialists. These employees will work as partners ans will be Denver Police Violence Against returned by assigned to the night-shift during the times and days of the week that Department Women Act $ 286,323 Competitive 18 months August 14. expericence the highest incidences of domestic violence calls for service. Awarded The Statement of Grant Award must be signed and The funds will be used for a .61 FTE community advocate for the elderly District Victims of Crime returned by within the Denver community, along with their salary it will cover $900 for a Attorney's Office Act $ 50,909 Competitive 18 months August 14. cell phone and $900 for mileage over an 18 month period. Awarded District Attorney's Office State JAG $ 75,662 Competitive TBD TBD Awarded The Statement of Grant Award must be signed and District Violence Against returned by Attorney's Office Women Act $ 185,961 Competitive 18 months August 14. TBD Awarded The funds will assist with replacing six of the eleven eliminated positions by Sheriff's replacing four positions at the Courthouse and adding an addition two officer Department State JAG $ 509,592 Competitive TBD fugitive team. Awarded Office of Juvenile Justice and Deliquency The funds will be used for the program of Promoting and Character Safe City Prevention $ 50,000 ?? TBD Education. Awarded Workforce Page 5 of 6 City and County of Denver ARRA Awarded Grants As of July 24, 2009 Time Formula/ Frame/Deadline to Upcoming Federal Department(s) Program Name Amount Competitive Expend Deadlines Grant Description Progress These funds are to support youth and dislocated workers, including youth ARRA Workforce Youth Funding - summer employment and training, individual training accounts, on-the-job Office of Investment Act September 2009. training and support services to assist job seekers in returning to work. Funds Economic and ARRA Wagner- Adult funding - June State plan due July will also be used to provide customized training for businesses to help their Development Peyser $ 4,666,327 Formula 30, 2010. 1, 2009 employees be more competive and grow their businesses. Underway Total $ 54,580,182 Page 6 of 6