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Community Project Funding

Community Project Funding (CPF) is a new initiative for Fiscal Year 2022 that will allow Members of Congress to request direct funding for projects that benefit the communities they represent. CPF is separate from federal grants and funding apportioned by formula.  

CPF will be available only to nonprofit organizations and to state, local, tribal, and territorial governments. In addition, only projects with evidence of strong support from the community will be considered, and evidence of community support and community need is required as part of your submission. This evidence can take the form of a letter from local stakeholders, inclusion on a state or local planning document, letters to the editor in local papers, and other options discussed in our guidance document.  

See below for eligible federal funding accounts under which Community Project Funding requests will be considered.

Click here to submit a request.

EXTENDED DEADLINE: The deadline to submit a CPF request is now April 16, 2021.

Submitted Requests

Rep. Mondaire Jones has submitted the following funding requests for important community projects in New York’s 17th Congressional District to the House Appropriations Committee.

Under guidelines issued by the Appropriations Committee, each Representative may request funding for up to 10 projects in their community for fiscal year 2022 – although only a handful may actually be funded. Projects are restricted to a limited number of federal funding streams, and only state and local governments and eligible non-profit entities are permitted to receive funding. Additional information on the reforms governing Community Project Funding is available here.

In compliance with House Rules and Committee requirements, Rep. Jones has certified that he and his immediate family have no financial interest in any of the projects he has requested.

Capital Improvements to the YWCA’s North Street Activity Center

Intended Recipient: YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester, 515 North Street, White Plains, NY 10605

Requested Amount: $640,000

This funding will create a new space for the YWCA’s Westchester Center for Racial Equity, expand the Children’s Learning Center and Kids Connection classroom space, and finance new roofing to allow the YMCA gymnastics program to continue. These are three unique and critically-needed services for children, women, and families in NY-17 that collectively make the community stronger and healthier. It includes expanding daycare and afterschool programming, helping Westchester County become an authentically race-forward community, and prioritizing gymnastics sustainability. 

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

Community Green Development

Intended Recipient: Martin Luther King Multi-Purpose Center, Martin Luther King Center - Bethune Blvd., Spring Valley NY 10977

Requested Amount: $295,000

This funding will turn a vacant lot in an economically-challenged neighborhood – an area that currently has no open space where children can play or adults can congregate safely – into a vibrant community greenspace.  Plans include creating a sports and recreation area, a central gazebo with sound for community events, and green space with seating and picnic areas for the neighborhood to enjoy.  It adds safety, improves the environment, increases property values and quality of life, and addresses longstanding issues of social inequity. 

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

Dunbar Kitchen Modernization Project

Intended Recipient: Peekskill Housing Authority, Dunbar Heights 696 Highland Avenue Peekskill, NY 10566

Requested Amount: $310,000

The funding will be used for improvements in 96 Dunbar Heights public housing units, which will include new energy efficient appliances, new painting and flooring with stronger and modern building materials, and new, upgraded kitchen appliances since the kitchens haven’t been upgraded in twenty years. 

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

Hallocks Mill Sewer Extension Project, Phase 1, Final Engineering Design

Intended Recipient: Town of Yorktown, 363 Underhill Avenue; Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

Requested Amount: $1,200,000

The funding will be used for the construction of new sewers around the regionally significant Sparkle Lake in the Birch, Street, Sunrise Street and Sparkle Lake sub areas. This funding will serve the community by fostering the highest level of environmental protection and quality through attaining state of the art, newly constructed sewers and remediating a risk to groundwater that has been documented to be threatened and degraded due to failing septic systems. 

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

New Center of Excellence for Women's Health at Refuah Health Center

Intended Recipient: Refuah Health Center, 728 North Main Street, Spring Valley, NY 10977

Requested Amount: $2,500,000

The funding will be used to construct and equip an approx. 10,000 square foot facility at RefuahHealth that will house the Center of Excellence for Women's Health at Refuah. RefuahHealth is a federally-qualified health center (FQHC) headquartered in Rockland County and is one of the largest providers of outpatient women's health services in Rockland County.

By moving all of its women's health operations under one, state-of-the-art roof, Refuah will be able to provide integrated, whole-person care, which will enhance accessibility, improve outcomes and provide women with affordable healthcare options. This project would directly benefit populations which historically experience barriers to care, including BIPOC, Hispanic and other minority women, women of low socio-economic status and LGBTQ patients, by providing affordable, culturally competent and affordable care.

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

NYS Rt. 100B – Dobbs Ferry Road Sidewalk Project

Intended Recipient: Town of Greenburgh, NYS Rt. 100B – Dobbs Ferry Road Sidewalk Project (Town of Greenburgh) P.O. White Plains (Town of Greenburgh), New York, 17th Congressional District NY (Mondaire Jones)

Requested Amount: $2,500,000

This funding will create a sidewalk on Dobbs Ferry Road, a heavily trafficked state road of approximately 10,000 daily vehicle trips, to improve safety for pedestrians and drivers alike. The Town has systematically improved its pedestrian infrastructure over the last 5-7 years, approving, designing, overseeing, and or directly constructing over 5 miles of sidewalk. As a result, the Town Board directed staff to prepare a Sidewalk Prioritization Report, completed in 2020, which prioritizes $20 million of new sidewalks over the next 12 years. The subject span of sidewalk on Dobbs Ferry Road is listed in Table 12 of the Report as 1 of the 2 highest priority NYS roadway projects in the Town. 

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

Relocation and Rehabilitation of Piermont Village Hall

Intended Recipient: Village of Piermont, 478 Piermont Avenue, Piermont, NY 10968

Requested Amount: $800,000

The funding will be used to create a new Piermont Village Hall out of the flood zone and will consist of rehabilitating a vacant 2-story 19th-century former school building acquired by the Village located uphill from the existing facility. Construction will include remodeling the former classrooms for offices, including offices and changing rooms for the police, new meeting space, new HVAC systems and new wiring to meet all modern codes. The building is not ADA-compliant, so access ramps and  an elevator will also be installed. The project will give the Village of Piermont the capacity to remain a viable, functioning entity.  Piermont is not only important for its place as an historic Hudson River village, but it has led the way regionally and nationally  in developing plans and projects to make waterfront municipalities more resilient to the impacts of flooding and Sea Level Rise due to climate change. 

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

Rockland County Pride Center Outpatient Diagnostic and Treatment Facility

Intended Recipient: Rockland County Pride Center, 28 S. Franklin Street, Nyack, NY 10960 / mailing address: PO Box 505, Nyack, NY 10960

Requested Amount: $1,500,000

This funding will be used for the Montefiore Nyack Hospital to construct a new Outpatient Diagnostic and Treatment Facility at the Rockland County Pride Center and/or expand the Pride Center’s Outpatient Diagnostic and treatment facility. There are not enough local healthcare providers in Rockland County who provide the full spectrum of health and wellness needs for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ+) patients. This unmet need is widening an already dangerous health equity gap – with limited local providers to address these needs, approximately 24% of LGBTQ+ people travel outside of Rockland County for primary and specialty medical care that is safe and affirming for them as LGBTQ+ people. Transportation barriers often prevent LGBTQ+ people from receiving the essential healthcare they need and deserve. 

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

Village Hall Boiler Replacement

Intended Recipient: Village of Port Chester, 222 Grace Church Street, Port Chester, NY 10573

Requested Amount: $250,000

The funding will be used to provide a clean, cost-effective alternative for traditional heating and cooling by eliminating fossil fuels and reducing energy bills while also complementing New York State’s Clean Heat initiative and highlighting Port Chester as an exemplary partner within the community. A geothermal system is estimated to reduce electricity use by up to 50%. While traditional systems typically last between 15-20 years, a geothermal system can last up to 10 years longer. Reducing municipal utilities and annual operational costs has a direct positive impact on taxpayers and would allow the Village to reallocate that cost savings to other critical projects within the community.  

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

West Nyack Revitalization

Intended Recipient: Town of Clarkstown, 10 Maple Avenue, New City, New York 10956

Requested Amount: $1,000,000

The funding will be used for water drainage system upgrades, wetland and stream habitat restoration, and stormwater management improvements with the intent of reducing flooding and revitalizing the historic hamlet of West Nyack. The project will create 130 jobs in construction and an additional 112 in indirect and induced jobs. Revitalization plans, which include making two underutilized parcels available for commercial redevelopment, will result in the creation of 40 new permanent jobs, and the retention of 250-300 jobs in the immediate area.

Signed Certification Letter: Click Here

See below for eligible federal funding accounts under which Community Project Funding requests will be considered.

Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within three accounts under Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies: 

USDA Community Facilities Grants

CPF from this account may be used to purchase, construct, or improve essential community facilities in rural areas; to purchase equipment; and pay other related project expenses. These projects must serve a rural area, which the account defines as “rural areas including cities, villages, townships and towns including Federally Recognized Tribal Lands with no more than 20,000 residents according to the latest U.S. Census Data.” This is one of the most flexible accounts; examples of eligible projects include medical or dental clinics, towns halls, courthouses, childcare centers, police or fire departments, public works vehicles, or distance learning equipment. Requests under this account are best for nonprofit organizations and local governments located in qualified rural areas.

USDA ReConnect Program

CPF from this account may be used for construction, improvement, or acquisition of facilities and equipment to improve broadband access. The community must be rural and lack sufficient access to broadband service. For the purposes of this account, a rural area is any area which is not located within: (1) A city, town, or incorporated area that has a population of greater than 20,000 inhabitants; or (2) an urbanized area contiguous and adjacent to a city or town that has a population of greater than 50,000 inhabitants. Sufficient access to broadband is defined as greater than 90% of any rural area in which households have fixed, terrestrial broadband service delivering at least 10 Mbps downstream and 1 Mbps upstream. Mobile and satellite services will not be considered in making the determination of sufficient access to broadband. Requests under this account are best for local governments and nonprofit organizations that meet eligibility requirements.  

USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS), Buildings and Facilities

CPF from this account may be used for ARS-owned facilities or for facilities that will enhance ongoing ARS work. Requests can assist in the acquisition of land, construction, repair, improvement, extension, alteration, and purchase of fixed equipment or facilities. ARS owns and operates laboratories and facilities across the United States. Requests under this account are best for scientific researchers; local research universities.  

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.

 

Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within four accounts under Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies:

Byrne Justice Assistance Grants (JAG)

CPF from this account may be used to assist state, local, and tribal law enforcement efforts to prevent crime, improve the criminal justice system, provide victims’ services, and other related activities. CPF requests designed to help improve police-community relations are strongly encouraged. Historically, the Committee has not funded vehicles or building construction or renovation as part of community project funding under this account. Requests under this account are best for state and local governments; local law enforcement agencies.  

Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) - Technology & Equipment

CPF from this account may be used by local law enforcement to develop and acquire effective technologies and interoperable communications that assist in investigating, responding to, and preventing crime. These projects should help improve police effectiveness and the flow of information among law enforcement agencies, local government service providers, and the communities they serve. Historically, the Committee has not funded vehicles or building construction or renovation as part of community project funding under this account. Requests under this account are best for local governments; local law enforcement agencies.  

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Operations, Research, and Facilities

CPF from this account may be used for research, demonstration, or education projects performed by external partners or for prioritizing NOAA internal funds for geographically specific projects. This account does not fund construction projects. Any such project must be aligned with NOAA’s mission and within their existing authorities. Examples of eligible projects include biological research on wildlife, the Great Lakes, wetland restoration, and coastal tidal gauges. Requests under this account are best for local research universities; other research institutions; state and local governments 

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Safety, Security, and Mission Services 

CPF from this account may be used activities consistent with and supportive of the work of NASA’s mission directorates and within the agency’s authorities, such as STEM education activities and scientific research. Examples of such projects include nanomaterials research, antennae for unmanned aerial vehicles, and minority science initiatives. Funding for building construction or renovation projects will not be considered for community project funding. Requests under this account are best for local nonprofit colleges and universities; K-12 local education agencies; research institutions; local STEM education and workforce training programs.  

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.

 

Defense 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within the following five accounts under Defense appropriations:

Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation Army

CPF from this account may be used to enhance the Army’s scientific and technical knowledge through research, development, test, and evaluation funded by the Department of Defense (DOD) and performed by industry, universities, federal laboratories, and others. Please note that the most likely recipients of funds from this account will be universities conducting research with a DOD element. Requests under this account are best for local research universities; national labs.  

Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation Navy

CPF from this account may be used to enhance the Navy’s scientific and technical knowledge through research, development, test, and evaluation funded by DOD and performed by industry, universities, federal laboratories, and others. Please note that the most likely recipients of funds from this account will be universities conducting research with a DOD element. Requests under this account are best for local research universities; national labs.  

Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation Air Force

CPF from this account may be used to enhance the Air Force’s scientific and technical knowledge through research, development, test, and evaluation funded by DOD and performed by industry, universities, federal laboratories, and others. Please note that the most likely recipients of funds from this account will be universities conducting research with a DOD element. Requests under this account are best for local research universities; national labs.  

Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation Space Force

CPF from this account may be used to enhance the Space Force’s scientific and technical knowledge through research, development, test, and evaluation funded by DOD and performed by industry, universities, federal laboratories, and others. Please note that the most likely recipients of funds from this account will be universities conducting research with a DOD element. Requests under this account are best for local research universities; national labs.   

Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation Defense-Wide

CPF from this account may be used to enhance DOD’s scientific and technical knowledge through research, development, test, and evaluation funded by the Department of Defense (DOD) and performed by industry, universities, federal laboratories, and others. Please note that the most likely recipients of funds from this account will be universities conducting research with a DOD element. Requests under this account are best for local research universities; national labs.  

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.

Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within two accounts under Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies appropriations.

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Only previously authorized projects will be considered for funding. A list of authorized projects can be found here. Requests under this account are best for facilitators of authorized projects and their partners.  

Bureau of Reclamation - Water and Related Resources

Only previously authorized projects will be considered for funding. A list of authorized projects can be found here. Requests under this account are best for facilitators of authorized projects and their partners. 

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.

 

Financial Services and General Government 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within one account under Financial Services and General Government appropriations: 

Small Business Administration, Small Business Initiatives

CPF from this account may be used to support small businesses, including for entrepreneur training, workforce development, counseling, research, and construction or acquisition of facilities. This is one of the most flexible CPF accounts. Requests under this account are best for state and local governments; local community colleges; local nonprofit organizations.  

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.

 

Homeland Security 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within three accounts under Homeland Security appropriations: 

Pre-Disaster Mitigation Grants

CPF from this account may be used for planning or projects to lessen the impacts of future disasters. Examples of eligible projects include stormwater projects or buying out properties in flood-prone areas. Only projects that meet the requirements detailed in the most recent Notice of Funding Opportunity for the Building Resilient Infrastructure and Communities (BRIC) grant program will be considered for funding, including the cost-share requirement and environmental and historic preservation requirements, as applicable. Requests under this account are best for state and local governments. 

Nonprofit Security Grants

CPF from this account can be used to secure nonprofit organizations that can show they are at risk of terrorism, broadly defined (this includes religious organizations targeted by anti-Semitic or Islamophobic violence, among others). Eligible expenses include security cameras, contract security services, training, and more. Only projects that meet the requirements detailed in the most recent Notice of Funding Opportunity and the Preparedness Grants Manual for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program (NSGP) will be considered for funding. Requests under this account are best for local school systems; local nonprofit colleges and universities; community and charitable organizations; museums and arts organizations; houses of worship; hospitals and medical clinics.  

Emergency Operations Center Grants

CPF from this account may be used to improve emergency preparedness by supporting secure, strategically located emergency operations centers. Examples of eligible projects include construction and renovation of such centers. Only projects that meet the requirements detailed in the most recent Notice of Funding Opportunity for the Emergency Operations Center Grant Program, including the cost-share requirement and environmental and historic preservation requirements, as applicable, will be considered for funding. Requests under this account are best for state and local governments. 

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.

 

Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within three accounts under Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies appropriations: 

Department of the Interior - Land Acquisition Through the Land and Water Conservation Fund

CPF requests under this fund should be for the federal acquisition of lands and water for the purpose of land and habitat conservation and outdoor recreation. Land acquisition projects should be requested through the agency that would manage the land being acquired. The four land management agencies are: (1) the Bureau of Land Management, (2) the Fish and Wildlife Service, (3) the National Park Service; and (4) the Forest Service. The Committee will look favorably upon requests for projects listed in the President’s FY22 Budget Request, as well as those listed in the supplemental LWCF project lists provided by the land management agencies. Requests under this account are best for state and local governments and park districts; nonprofit organizations with ownership of land to be conserved. 

Environmental Protection Agency - State and Tribal Assistance Grants (STAG)

CPF from this account may be used to fund local wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects. This includes construction of and modifications to municipal sewage treatment plants and drinking water treatment plants. Similar to past practice, the Committee will be limiting STAG infrastructure grants only to projects that are publicly-owned or owned by a non-profit entity and that are otherwise eligible for the funding from that state’s Clean Water or Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (SRF) loan programs. There is a minimum 20% cost share requirement for any portion of a project funded through a STAG infrastructure grant. Projects already listed on New York’s Intended Use Plans for wastewater and drinking water will be prioritized by the Committee. Requests under this account are best for local governments; owners of nonprofit sewer and drinking water infrastructure. 

U.S. Forest Service - State and Private Forestry

CPF from this account may be used to improve the management, protection, and utilization of America’s forests, including landscape scale restoration, urban and community forestry, forest disease or pest treatment, and fire assistance. Projects that are listed on any federal or state ordinal list will be prioritized by the Committee. Requests under this account are best for state and local governments; state and local parks services; nonprofit organizations with ownership of private forestland. 

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.

 

Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within five accounts under Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies appropriations: 

Department of Health and Human Services—Health Resources and Services Administration—Program Management

CPF from this account may be used for construction, renovation, or capital equipment for facilities for provision of health, mental health, or substance abuse services, training of health professionals, or medical research. In addition to construction and renovation, grants can be used to acquire capital equipment, such as lab equipment or x‐ray machines. Funding may also be used for projects to improve education and training of health care professionals, to analyze health workforce trends and needs, to improve health care in rural areas, and for telemedicine and health information technology. Requests under this account are best for local nonprofit hospitals; public health departments; health centers and clinics; skilled nursing facilities; mental health centers; facilities for schools of medicine, nursing or other health professions; and medical research laboratories. 

Department of Health and Human Services—Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration—Health Surveillance and Program Support

CPF from this account may be used for (1) programs that promote the prevention or treatment of mental health disorders, including rehabilitation, outreach, and other support services; (2) programs that improve access, reduce barriers, and promote high quality, effective treatment and recovery services; and (3) programs to prevent the onset of illegal drug use, prescription drug misuse and abuse, alcohol misuse and abuse, and underage alcohol and tobacco use. Requests under this account are best for community health centers; public health departments; nonprofit mental and behavioral health service providers and treatment centers (inpatient and outpatient); local governments; nonprofit organizations providing mental and behavioral health services and/or outreach to youth, homeless, or other high-risk populations; and local public colleges and universities.   

Department of Labor—Training and Employment Services (WIOA Programs)

CPF from this account may be used for programs that provide direct training and employment services to individuals and meet Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) requirements. Projects requesting funding must also demonstrate linkage(s) with state or local workforce investment systems and include an evaluation component. Funding cannot be used for construction or renovation of facilities. Examples of eligible projects include workforce training programs, adult education and literacy programs, and youth workforce readiness programs. Requests under this account are best for state and local governments; local community colleges; local workforce development agencies; nonprofit job training centers; education providers. 

Department of Education—Innovation and Improvement (K-12)

CPF from this account may be used for instructional services, afterschool centers, curricula development, teacher training, acquisition of books and computers, arts education, social and emotional learning activities, full-service community schools, and early childhood education. In general, the focus of elementary and secondary education community project funding should be providing early childhood or K‐12 educational services. Special education services, early intervention services for infants and toddlers, transition services, and postsecondary education services are also eligible. Funding may not be used for construction or renovation, with the exception of minor remodeling as part of tech upgrades. Requests under this account are best for state and local education agencies (including local school districts); local nonprofit colleges and universities; other local education nonprofit organizations.  

Department of Education—Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE)

CPF from this account is open to local colleges and universities and some education nonprofits. Examples of eligible projects include: to hire and train faculty, establish and improve degree programs, improve teacher preparation programs, develop and improve curricula, upgrade technology and telecommunications, acquire science laboratory equipment, provide student support, implement university partnerships with school districts, and establish research and training centers. Special education services, early intervention services for infants and toddlers, transition services, and postsecondary education services are also eligible. Funding may not be used for construction or renovation, with the exception of minor remodeling as part of tech upgrades. Requests under this account are best for local nonprofit colleges and universities; other local education nonprofit organizations.  

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.

 

Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within three accounts under Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies appropriations: 

Construction and Unspecified Minor Construction–Active Components

Only projects that have been submitted to Congress by the Secretary of Defense or his/her designee through the Future Year Defense Program (FYDP), Unfunded Requirements/Unfunded Priorities Lists (UFRs/UPLs), or cost-to-complete lists (CTCs) will be considered eligible for funding. Requests under this account are best for facilitators of Active Components (Army, Navy and Marine Corps, Air Force, and Defense-Wide Agencies) projects that have been submitted to Congress by the Secretary of Defense or his/her designee through the Future Year Defense Program (FYDP), Unfunded Requirements/Unfunded Priorities Lists (UFRs/UPLs), or cost-to-complete lists (CTCs).  

Construction and Unspecified Minor Construction–Reserve Components

Only projects that have been submitted to Congress by the Secretary of Defense or his/her designee through the Future Year Defense Program (FYDP), Unfunded Requirements/Unfunded Priorities Lists (UFRs/UPLs), or cost-to-complete lists (CTCs) will be considered eligible for funding. Requests under this account are best for facilitators of Reserve Components (Army National Guard, Air National Guard, Army Reserve, Navy Reserve, and Air Force Reserve) projects that have been submitted to Congress by the Secretary of Defense or his/her designee through the Future Year Defense Program (FYDP), Unfunded Requirements/Unfunded Priorities Lists (UFRs/UPLs), or cost-to-complete lists (CTCs). 

Planning and Design

Only projects that have been submitted to Congress by the Secretary of Defense or his/her designee through the Future Year Defense Program (FYDP), Unfunded Requirements/Unfunded Priorities Lists (UFRs/UPLs), or cost-to-complete lists (CTCs) will be considered eligible for funding. Requests under this account are best for facilitators of Active or Reserve Components projects that have been submitted to Congress by the Secretary of Defense or his/her designee through the Future Year Defense Program (FYDP), Unfunded Requirements/Unfunded Priorities Lists (UFRs/UPLs), or cost-to-complete lists (CTCs). 

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.

 

Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies 

The Committee will accept CPF requests within three accounts under Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies appropriations: 

Department of Transportation - Local Transportation Priorities

CPF from this account may be used for highway and bridge construction and repair; transit capital projects; bicycle, pedestrian and recreational trails; and construction of ferry boats and terminals, among other projects. This is one of the most flexible accounts. All projects must be formally supported by the state or local government that would administer the project. Requests under this account are best for state and local governments; metropolitan planning organizations; local transportation agencies; local parks services. For more information about CPF requests under this account, click here.

Department of Transportation - Airport Improvement Program (AIP)

CPF from this account requests may be used for enhancing airport safety, capacity, and security, and mitigating environmental concerns. Airports should be on the current National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS). Funding may be used only for facilities and equipment and may not be used for construction or rehabilitation of contract towers. Requests under this account are best for local airports. For more information about CPF requests under this account, click here.

Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - Economic Development Initiative (EDI)

CPF from this account may be used for economic and community development activities, including land or site acquisition, demolition or rehabilitation of housing or facilities, construction and capital improvements of public facilities (including water and sewer facilities), and public services. This is one of the most flexible accounts; funds may also include planning and other activities consistent with the underlying authorization for the Community Development Block Grant program within HUD. EDI community project requests are not eligible for the reimbursement of expenses for activities already undertaken (including debt service or debt retirement).  Requests under this account are best for local governments and agencies; local housing authorities; local small business development organizations; and other nonprofit community organizations. For more information about CPF requests under this account, click here.

Additional guidance from the Committee can be found here.