BUILD Grant Application (2020)
Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) grants are federally awarded funding for surface transportation infrastructure projects. They are awarded on a competitive basis for projects that will have a significant local or regional impact. Projects submitted for BUILD grant funding are evaluated based on: how innovative they are; how well they will enhance safety and quality of life for people; and how well they support economic competitiveness and environmental sustainability of localities and regions.
The Cities of Eugene and Springfield have jointly submitted an application for funding for the Franklin Boulevard Opportunity Zone Corridor during the 2020 grant cycle.
Project Narrative Parts I - VI: Project Description; Project Location; Grant Funds, Sources and Uses of all Project Funding; Selection Criteria; Environmental Risk Review; Benefit Cost Analysis
Supporting Links from Project Narrative
Documentation of Funding Commitments
Letters of Support and Partner Agency Documentation
Mayor Richard Zettervall (Creswell)
Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB), Springfield Utility Board (SUB), Willamette Internet Exchange (WIX), Technology Association of Oregon
COVID-19 has affected many aspects of our civic, economic, and personal realms. This applies to the ability of the Cities of Eugene and Springfield to obtain timely responses from some community partners for Letters of Support. We anticipate adding more letters of support to this webpage as they come in.
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