Grant and Funding Opportunities

A community project often requires multiple sources of funding to make it a reality. MVRPC has staff experience and resources to help members find opportunities for these alternate funding sources.

  • MVRPC can help identify potential partnerships, funding approaches and opportunities to support your project and achieve a successful outcome.  
  • MVRPC can help analyze funding requirements and award trends, identify factors critical in winning competitive funding, connect organizations where collaboration would be beneficial, help refine project scopes to increase competitiveness, and help identify positive regional impacts.
  • MVRPC can provide data, mapping, and planning services for the application process and the project itself.

If you have specific needs or questions about funding opportunities, please contact: Kathryn Youra Polk, Senior Planner.

Special COVID-19 Funding Opportunities

During the COVID-19 pandemic, MVRPC will highlight special COVID-19 funding opportunities. Deadlines on many of these are tight, and we will update the page as often as needed as more opportunities are found.

Distance Learning and Telemedicine Program (DLT)
Due: July 13, 2020

The agency is providing this additional filing window for those that could not complete applications prior to the Window 1 deadline. This window also makes available up to $25 million received from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). While the CARES Act requires these funds be used to prevent, prepare for, and respond to coronavirus, the agency believes that all DLT projects already serve that purpose. As a result, while not required, applicants are encouraged to identify specific ways in which their application addresses COVID-19.

Authorized by 7 U.S.C. §950aaa, the DLT Program provides financial assistance to enable and improve distance learning and telemedicine services in rural areas. DLT grant funds support the use of telecommunications-enabled information, audio and video equipment, and related advanced technologies by students, teachers, medical professionals, and rural residents. These grants are intended to increase rural access to education, training, and health care resources that are otherwise unavailable or limited in scope.


  • An incorporated organization;
  • An Indian tribe or tribal organization, as defined in 25 U.S.C. 5304;
  • A state or local unit of government;
  • A consortium, as defined in 7 CFR § 1734.3; or
  • Other legal entity, including a private corporation organized on a for-profit or not-for-profit basis.

Award Ceiling:                                  $500,000

Matching Requirement:               yes

Deadline: July 13, 2020.

Contact: Deputy Assistant Administrator Loan Origination and Approval Division Rural Utilities Service

                 email:; phone: (202) 720-0800

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New Eligibility for Economic Injury Disaster Loan and Advance
Due: First come, first served

In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, small business owners in all U.S. states, Washington D.C., and territories were able to apply for an Economic Injury Disaster Loan advance of up to $10,000. This advance is designed to provide economic relief to businesses that are currently experiencing a temporary loss of revenue. This loan advance will not have to be repaid.


  • Agricultural businesses includes those businesses engaged in the production of food and fiber, ranching, and raising of livestock, aquaculture, and all other farming and agricultural related industries (as defined by section 18(b) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 647(b)).
  • SBA is encouraging all eligible agricultural businesses with 500 or fewer employees wishing to apply to begin preparing their business financial information needed for their application.

Award Ceiling:  $10,000

Deadline: first come, first served.

Contact: U.S. Small Business Administration, email:; phone: 800-659-2955

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EDA Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance Programs
Due: Ongoing

EDA provides strategic investments on a competitive merit basis to support economic development, foster job creation, and attract private investment in economically distressed areas of the United States. Under this NOFO, EDA solicits applications from applicants in order to provide investments that support construction, non-construction, planning, technical assistance, and revolving loan fund projects under EDA’s Public Works program and EAA program (which includes Assistance to Coal Communities). Grants and cooperative agreements made under these programs are designed to leverage existing regional assets and support the implementation of economic development strategies that advance new ideas and creative approaches to advance economic prosperity in distressed communities, including those negatively impacted by changes to the coal economy.


  • District Organization;
  • Indian Tribe or a consortium of Indian Tribes;
  • State, county, city, or other political subdivision of a State, including a special purpose unit of a State or local government engaged in economic or infrastructure development activities, or a consortium of political subdivisions;
  • Institution of higher education or a consortium of institutions of higher education; or
  • Public or private non-profit organization or association acting in cooperation with officials of a political subdivision of a State.

Award Ceiling:  EDA was appropriated $118.5 million for the Public Works program, $37 million for the EAA program, an additional $30 million in EAA funds for ACC, and $15 million for NCC pursuant to the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020

Deadline: Ongoing.

Contact: U.S. Economic Development Administration

See more at: Applicants may search for this funding opportunity on using Funding Opportunity Number “PWEAA2020”. .

Montgomery County CARES Act Grant Program
Due: November 30, 2020

Montgomery County’s small businesses drive our local economy. We know the COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for many businesses and workers. To help you recover from these losses, we’ve set aside $40 million just for our county’s small businesses.

To be eligible for these funds, you must be able to prove that the pandemic has had a negative impact on your business. These funds must be used for working capital such as utilities, rent and other fixed costs.

The Office of CARES Act has created a web-based system to take applications for these grants. Businesses will have until Nov. 30, 2020 to apply, or until CARES Act funds are depleted.


  • The applicant must be a small business with 30 or fewer employees
  • Must have less than $1 million gross revenue
  • Must be located in Montgomery County, Ohio
  • Must not have already received any federal assistance (CARES or COVID-19, SBA loans, PPP, etc.)
  • Must have a physical storefront (restaurant, bar, retail, barbershop, etc.) and/or be an allowable home office as reported in most recent filed tax return
  • Must be current on all state, federal, and local taxes
  • Must be in compliance with State of Ohio small business requirements
  • Must retain one full-time employee for at least three months after grant award

Deadline: November 30, 2020
Contact: Marvene Mitchell-Cook, Director of Office of CARES Act, Montgomery County Ohio

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COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund
Due: April 17, 2021

The Delta Dental Foundation focuses on funding oral health related projects; in this time of change and crisis, we realize our safety-net dental clinics and our non-profit organizations are being asked to do more than ever before. The Delta Dental Foundation has created a COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund. Funds will address needs faced by both safety-net dental clinics and non-profits who work with vulnerable populations and provide health services or food assistance in Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio.


The Delta Dental Foundation COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund will support the general operations or emergency needs of eligible non-profits who meet the following criteria:

  • Organization must be serving residents in Michigan, Ohio and/or Indiana
  • Must have an active non-profit IRS status.
  • Organizations must work with vulnerable populations and provide health/wellness services or address food insecurity issues.
  • Organizations MUST agree to distribute toothbrushes and informational materials supplied by the Delta Dental Foundation to the individuals it serves

Deadline: April 17, 2021.

Contact: Delta Dental, phone: (800) 524-0149;

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Ohio Minority Micro-Enterprise Grant Program
Due: None listed

Many Ohio small, minority- and women-owned businesses have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Ohio Minority Micro-Enterprise Grant Program provides $10,000 in funding to help these companies through the current crisis and set them up for the future.

Eligible Uses of Grant Funds

  • Businesses must be certified as a minority- or woman-owned;
  • have 10 or fewer employees and up to $500,000 in annual revenue; and
  • have not received funding under the federal CARES Act.
  • Businesses must be current on all taxes and private or public loans.

Grants will be awarded on first-come, first-served basis.

Award Amount: $10,000
Deadline: none listed
Contact: Ohio Development Services Agency, email:;

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Miami County COVID-19 Emergency Grant Application Program Spring 2020
Due: None listed

Due to the current events happening in our county, the Miami County Foundation has reevaluated our Spring Grant cycle to address the current need for humanitarian relief.  The Miami County Foundation will support our Miami County nonprofits in their efforts to provide additional enhanced services to counter the effects the coronavirus (COVID-19) is having on our Miami County friends and neighbors. Thus the “normal” spring grant cycle will not occur this year.

The funds previously budgeted for the spring grant cycle will now be used to support the Miami County Foundation’s Emergency COVID-19 Grant Program. The Miami County Foundation will immediately begin providing emergency COVID-19 funding (applications reviewed in the order they are received) to organizations supplying food, shelter, and other humanitarian needs.


  • Non-profit serving Miami County residents

Deadline: none listed

Contact: Karen, P. O. Box 1526, Piqua, OH 45356, email:;  phone: (937) 773-9012;

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Ohio PPE Retooling and Reshoring Grant Program
Due: None listed

The Ohio Development Services Agency (“Development”) will accept applications for the purpose of providing grants to manufacturers and other entities to assist in retooling existing facilities through purchasing necessary equipment to manufacture critically needed Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for use in Ohio or reshoring PPE production to Ohio. These grants will allow small manufacturers and other entities an opportunity to create new business while contributing to the fight against COVID-19.

Application and Reimbursement Process

  • Businesses apply for funding via an online portal.
  • Development receives applications and shares with program partners for review.
  • Applicant receives notification of award and enters into grant agreement with Development.
  • Applicant receives initial grant funding for eligible costs incurred and may subsequently seek reimbursement of remaining grant funding after providing evidence of eligible costs incurred.

Eligible Uses of Grant Funds

Eligible uses of grant funds include costs incurred to acquire equipment necessary to manufacture PPE, retool, or construct facilities in Ohio to manufacture PPE (including, but not limited to, building costs, design/engineering costs, facility expansion, complying with FDA requirements) and technological upgrades. Only costs incurred after March 21, 2020, (the date of Governor DeWine’s state of emergency declaration in Ohio due to COVID-19) will be eligible for reimbursement.

Maximum Award Amount: $500,000 per facility
Deadline: none listed
Contact: Ohio Development Services Agency email:;

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COVID-19 Response Fund for Greater Dayton
Due: None listed

With the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and an increased strain on individuals and families in the Dayton Region, The Dayton Foundation and the United Way of the Greater Dayton Area, along with a coalition of philanthropic, government and other individual partners, have joined together to establish the COVID-19 Response Fund for Greater Dayton. The Dayton Foundation and the United Way will administer the grantmaking process with an oversight committee of funders. The size and number of grant awards are directly related to the amount of money available and the restrictions donors have placed upon the uses of certain funds.

Grants from the fund will complement the work of public health officials and expand the community’s capacity to respond and assist effectively and efficiently in the outbreak


Grants will be awarded to vetted community-based and 501(c)(3) charitable organizations that are focused on:

  • Immediate, basic human needs (food, shelter, safety, etc.);
  • Mental health services; and
  • Addressing the economic impact on individuals from reduced or lost work due to the outbreak.
  • be recognized as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization, church, or an eligible government or educational institution;
  • provide services in Montgomery, Miami, Greene, Darke, Preble and Warren (north) counties; and
  • benefit citizens in the Dayton Region

Deadline: none listed

Contact: Tracy Sibbing, email:

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Current Funding Opportunities

On a monthly basis MVRPC will highlight several funding opportunities that could benefit communities in the Region. Click on the grant titles listed below to view more details including links to the granting agency webpage.

Ohio Water Development Authority Research and Development Grant
Due: July 31, 2020

Pursuant to its power to engage in research and development with respect to wastewater, water management facilities, solid waste facilities, and energy resource development facilities, OWDA has established a grant program for qualifying research and development programs. The eligible participants are Local Government Agencies (Cities, Villages, and Counties), Water/Sewer Districts, Conservancy Districts, State agencies or Institutions of higher learning that perform research and/or development. Projects for which grants are awarded must be of such a nature that the benefits to be derived fulfill a general need in the State of Ohio that is within the scope of the powers of the Authority. Grants are subject to available funds. Priority will be given to projects that have statewide environmental and/or natural resource applications, and grantees must submit a final report. Since the development of the Research and Development Grant Program, OWDA has awarded grants in the areas of surface water, wastewater, drinking water, solid waste, agriculture, and public health.

Eligible applicants include:

  • Local Government Agencies (Cities, Villages, and Counties),
  • Water/Sewer Districts, Conservancy Districts,
  • State agencies, or
  • Institutions of higher learning that perform research and/or development

Award Ceiling:   $200,000

Matching Requirement: Yes

Deadline: July 31, 2020.

Contact: Dan Gill, Ohio Water Development Authority, 480 South High Street, Columbus, OH 43215, email:; phone: (614) 728-6144

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Our Town
Due: August 6, 2020

Our Town is the National Endowment for the Arts’ creative placemaking grants program. Through project-based funding, we support projects that integrate arts, culture, and design activities into efforts that strengthen communities by advancing local economic, physical, and/or social outcomes. Successful Our Town projects ultimately lay the groundwork for systemic changes that sustain the integration of arts, culture, and design into local strategies for strengthening communities. These projects require a partnership between a local government entity and nonprofit organization, one of which must be a cultural organization; and should engage in partnership with other sectors (such as agriculture and food, economic development, education and youth, environment and energy, health, housing, public safety, transportation, and workforce development). Cost share/matching grants range from $25,000 to $150,000, with a minimum cost share/match equal to the grant amount.

We encourage applications for artistically excellent projects that:

  • Bring new attention to or elevate key community assets and issues, voices of residents, local history, or cultural infrastructure.
  • Inject new or additional energy, resources, activity, people, or enthusiasm into a place, community issue, or local economy.
  • Envision new possibilities for a community or place - a new future, a new way of overcoming a challenge, or approaching problem-solving.
  • Connect communities, people, places, and economic opportunity via physical spaces or new relationships.
  • The National Endowment for the Arts plans to support a variety of projects across the country in urban, rural, and tribal communities of all sizes.

Eligible applicants may include:

  • Private institutions of higher education
  • Special district governments
  • Public and State controlled institutions of higher education
  • State governments
  • County governments
  • Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education
  • Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized)
  • Independent school districts
  • City or township governments

Award Ceiling:   $150,000

Award Floor:      $25,000

Matching Requirement: Yes

Deadline: August 6, 2020.

Contact: National Endowment for the Arts; email; phone: (800) 518-4726

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Ohio VW (Diesel Mitigation Trust Fund)
Due: August 7, 2020

Owners of eligible medium and heavy diesel fleets in 26 Ohio priority counties are invited to apply for grants to repower or replace diesel vehicles and equipment with new clean diesel or alternative fuel (CNG, LNG, propane, diesel electric hybrid) or zero emission (all-electric or hydrogen fuel cell) vehicles and equipment. A total of $12 million is available for grant awards between $50,000 and $2 million. All projects are required to provide a minimum match of 25 percent, with larger matches required for some project categories. The total funding available for this competitive funding cycle is $12,000,000 in funds allocated to Ohio under the VW settlement. Approximately $2,000,000 will be allocated for school bus projects in keeping with the need to protect children as one of the populations most vulnerable to the pollutants in diesel exhaust. Approximately $5,000,000 will be allocated for public transit projects in keeping with the recommendations and needs identified by ODOT in the Ohio Statewide Transit Study of 2015.

Eligible applicants may include: Town, City or County Government
Award Ceiling:  $2,000,000
Award Floor:      $50,000
Matching Requirement: Yes

Deadline: August 7, 2020.
Contact: Carolyn Watkins , Office of Environmental Education, 50 W. Town St., Suite 700, Columbus, OH 43215; email; phone: (614) 644-3768

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Municipal Bridge Program
Due: August 15, 2020

The Municipal Bridge Program provides Federal funds to municipal corporations and Regional

Transit Authorities (RTA) for roadway bridge replacement, bridge rehabilitation, or bridge demolition projects. A funding limit of $2 million per project has been established. Funding awarded through this program may not be used in conjunction with funding awarded through the Ohio Bridge Partnership Program. ODOT will provide up to 80% of eligible costs for construction only (including construction engineering, i.e. testing and inspection), up to the specified funding limit. Currently, 15% Toll

Revenue Credit (TRC) is available to increase the Federal percentage to 95% and will continue as long as TRC is available, which is currently through fiscal year 2024. The local entity is responsible for the 5% non-federal share of the construction costs and for all costs associated with preliminary engineering, environmental studies and documents, final design and right of way. The local match for construction is required to be cash. In-kind contributions cannot be accepted as part of the local share. The municipality must demonstrate the ability and commitment to oversee the project through to completion. 

Eligible Work:

Municipal Bridge funds may be used for the following:

  • Bridge Replacement
  • Bridge Rehabilitation
  • Bridge Demolition
  • Minimal Approach Work: as necessary and related to the bridge project (general rule of thumb is 50’ on each side)
  • Utilities: if the utility lines are on the bridge and it is necessary to the project to move or replace (will not pay for “upgrades” to the current system; e.g. a 30’ pipe rather than the existing 24’)

Maximum Project Award: A funding limit of $2 million per project

Deadline: August 15, 2020.

Contact: Nichole Lawhorn, Program Manager; email; phone: (614) 752-6581.

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Ohio EPA Level 2 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations
Due: September 30, 2020

The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) invites applications for grants under its Diesel Mitigation Trust Fund (DMTF) program to help fund the installation of publicly available Level 2 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging stations in 26 Ohio priority counties.

This current offering is for Level 2 charging stations only. A separate funding opportunity will be made available in early 2021 for DC Fast Charging stations. The total funding under this Level 2 competitive grant offering is approximately $3,250,000 of which $250,000 is set aside for public charging in certain Ohio state parks and other state government facilities. Of the remaining funds, $115,000 is allocated for sites in each of the 26 eligible counties.

Applications are due in the form of a pdf file via email to no later than 3:00 PM on September 30, 2020.

Two webinars offered as Microsoft Teams Live events have been scheduled to provide an overview of the program and offer an opportunity for prospective applicants to ask questions. If you would like to attend a webinar, please click the link that corresponds to the webinar you would like to attend. Please note that identical information will be presented at both webinars, so you only need to attend one of the two sessions and it is not necessary to have Microsoft Teams software on your computer to participate in these webinars.

Session 1 (Thursday July 9, 2020 from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm)

Session 2 (Tuesday July 14, 2020 from 10:00 am to 11:30 am)

Presentation slides and questions and answers from both sessions will be posted on the program website. Applicants may contact Ohio EPA staff members with questions throughout the grant cycle. Ohio EPA will continue to update the list of questions and answers regularly so that all applicants have access to the same information.

Questions or requests for clarification about this program may be submitted in writing via email to or

CommunityWINS Grant
Due: October 9, 2020

The CommunityWINSTM grant program, a collaboration between USCM and Wells Fargo, is aimed at addressing the housing affordability crisis including transitional housing, rentals, and homeownership projects and programs.

The USCM and Wells Fargo are committed to providing the opportunity for cities across the United States, through local nonprofits, to invest in and promote the long-term economic prosperity for municipalities by advancing housing affordability solutions. Together, we’re focused on strengthening, expanding, and modeling scalable, innovative housing affordability solutions to create a positive societal impact.

The eligible programs must address:

Housing Initiatives — projects designed to address housing affordability solutions to increase availability and affordability of rentals, transitional housing and/or sustainable homeownership

All programs must be initiated with the full support of the Mayor to be eligible, including those developed and implemented in collaboration with the private sector, community groups, and other partners.

Cities applying for the award must be in good membership standing with USCM.

Eight awards are available in 2020— two awards per population category. Awards are based on population size:

  • Metropolitan: Population greater than 500,000
  • Large: Population of 275,000 to 500,000
  • Medium: Population of 50,000 to 275,000
  • Small: Population less than 50,000

Eligible applicants include:

  • Village, City or Town Government  

Award Ceiling:  $200,000
Deadline: October 9, 2020.
Contact: CommunityWINS program; email:; phone: (202) 293-7330

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FY 2016 – FY 2019 Economic Development Administration’s Planning Program and Local Technical Assistance Program
Due: Ongoing

Through its Planning and Local Technical Assistance programs, EDA assists eligible recipients in developing economic development plans and studies designed to build capacity and guide the economic prosperity and resiliency of an area or region. The Planning program helps support organizations, including District Organizations, Indian Tribes, and other eligible recipients, with Short Term and State Planning investments designed to guide the eventual creation and retention of high-quality jobs, particularly for the unemployed and underemployed in the Nation’s most economically distressed regions. As part of this program, EDA supports Partnership Planning investments to facilitate the development, implementation, revision, or replacement of Comprehensive Economic Development Strategies (CEDS), which articulate and prioritize the strategic economic goals of recipients’ respective regions. The Local Technical Assistance program strengthens the capacity of local or State organizations, institutions of higher education, and other eligible recipients to undertake and promote effective economic development programs through projects such as feasibility studies and impact analyses.

Please see the Federal Funding Opportunity for full information on how to apply. Also note that any applicants who are in the process of developing an application under the previous FFO will need to apply under the new FFO and use the associated new forms.

Deadline: Applications are accepted on a continuing basis and processed as received. This Planning and Local Technical Assistance opportunity will remain in effect until superseded by a future announcement.


Jeannette P. Tamayo, Regional Director, 230 South Dearborn Street, Suite 3280, Chicago, IL 60604-1512, phone: 312-353-8143, email:
Darrin Fleener, Economic Development Representative , 230 South Dearborn Street, Suite 3280, Chicago, IL 60604-1512, phone: 312‐789‐9753, email:

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U.S. Economic Development Assistance (EDA) Programs ­ Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance Programs
Due: Ongoing

The Economic Development Administration's (EDA's) mission is to lead the Federal economic development agenda by promoting innovation and competitiveness, preparing American regions for economic growth and success in the worldwide economy. EDA fulfills this mission through strategic investments and partnerships that create the regional economic ecosystems required to foster globally competitive regions throughout the United States. EDA supports development in economically distressed areas of the United States by fostering job creation and attracting private investment. Specifically, under the Economic Development Assistance programs (EDAP) Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA), EDA will make construction, non-construction, and revolving loan fund investments under the Public Works and Economic Adjustment Assistance (EAA) Programs. Grants made under these programs will leverage regional assets to support the implementation of regional economic development strategies designed to create jobs, leverage private capital, encourage economic development, and strengthen America's ability to compete in the global marketplace. Through the EDAP NOFA, EDA solicits applications from rural and urban communities to develop initiatives that advance new ideas and creative approaches to address rapidly evolving economic conditions.

Award Ceiling: $3,000,000

Award Floor: $100,000

Please access this opportunity, “EDAP-2017” on that supersedes the previously published “EDAP2017” opportunity.

Deadline: There are no submission deadlines under this opportunity. Proposals and applications will be accepted on an ongoing basis until the publication of a new EDAP NOFA.

Contact Information for Indiana/Ohio Region: Kyle Darton, 230 South Dearborn Street, Suite 3280, Chicago, IL 60604-1512, phone: 312-789-9752, email:

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Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s Targeted Brownfield Assessment (TBA)
Due: Ongoing

The Targeted Brownfield Assessment (TBA) program provides property assessment services at no cost to eligible applicants. SABR utilizes either in-house field staff or contractors to perform the requested assistance and the applicant receives a written report of the work performed.

Typical services include Phase I environmental site assessment, asbestos surveys, geophysical surveys, and limited or supplemental phase II property assessment. TBA staff will work with applicants to provide the appropriate services to meet their needs.

New services available through TBA include those required for participation in the Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup program administered by Ohio Development Services Agency. The program includes certain perquisites for eligibility including a Phase I assessment to Ohio EPA Voluntary Action Program (VAP) standards, Class C designated release by the Bureau of Underground Storage Tank Regulations (BUSTR) and former use of the property as a gas station or service station. TBA can assist with preparatory activities including Phase I assessment, determining if underground storage tanks (USTs) are present, determining if there was a release from UST’s, tank closure assessment and completing the BUSTR Class C release form. For more information about the Abandoned Gas Station Cleanup program click here.

Eligible applicants: Eligibility for the TBA program requires the following:

  • Applicant is a local government or quasi-governmental entity
  • Applicant is not a potentially responsible party
  • If applicants do not own the property, access to the site has been granted
  • Property must be a brownfield (former industrial/commercial use or residential if more than 4 units)
  • Property is not subject to federal CERCLA orders or on the National Priorities List.

Deadline: Ongoing

Contact: Martin Smith, VAP/SABR Manager, email:, phone: (614) 644-4829

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Valuable Resources for Finding Funding Opportunities

Below are MVRPC’s top picks to search for Federal and State funding opportunities.

GRANTS.GOV ( is your place to find and apply for grants for all Federal Agencies. You can sign up for a subscription to receive email updates on grant opportunities. There are also many resources to help you in the ‘Grants Learning Center’ at


The Partnership for Sustainable Communities (PSC) is an interagency parnership between HUD, DOT and EPA that works to coordinate federal housing, transportation, water, and other infrastructure investments to make neighborhoods more prosperous, allow people to live closer to jobs, save households time and money, and reduce pollution. This website lists grants, assistance and programs at


This directory provides links to critical local resources including: EDA regional office contacts, state government contacts, and EDD, TAAC, RLF, University Centers, and Tribal planning organization sites.


The Ohio Development Services Agency has a variety of bonds, grants, loans, and tax credits that can assist Ohio communities as they build an environment for economic development. More information on the various programs is listed at


The Ohio Development Services Agency has a variety of bonds, grants, loans and tax credits that can assist Ohio companies as they grow and create jobs in Ohio. More information on the various programs is listed at


The Ohio Department of Natural Resources offers several grants to entities and individuals to help further resource management and enjoyment. A description of the grants can be found at


The link below takes you directly to Ohio’s resources, which has a valuable spreadsheet of funding sources and a list of contacts by agency.