Commenting open: May 14, 2024 12:00AM PT - June 25, 2024 11:59PM PT.

Comment Period: Improving Air Quality in Overburdened Communities Grants

We're working to improve air quality in Washington communities that are historically overburdened with health, social, and environmental inequities and are highly impacted by criteria air pollution, such as ozone and fine particles. Reducing criteria air pollution will improve people's health.

We will be offering a new grant opportunity for organizations serving 16 overburdened communities and Tribes that opt in to engage with people in their community, identifying and developing projects that reduce criteria air pollution.

This comment period is an opportunity for you to share your input to help design the grant program. We have prepared questions to seek specific input, but we also welcome any feedback or recommendations you'd like to share.

Please view our PowerPoint slides [INSERT LINK] to learn more about the grant program and to inform your responses to the questions below. If you have questions about the program or about this online comment page, please email AQcommunitygrants@ecy.wa.gov.




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Question 1 of 6

What do you think about our proposed "buckets" for scoring applications? These buckets include Organizational Profile, Project Narrative, Community Engagement, Partnerships, Funds Management, and Environmental Justice.

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What do you look for in a grant that you apply to?

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Question 3 of 6

What is your community interested in working on around air pollution?

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Question 4 of 6

What expenses should we make sure are eligible to be covered by grant funds?

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Question 5 of 6

What can we do to make the grants as accessible to apply for, manage, and implement as possible? 

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Question 6 of 6

What else would you like to share with us?

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