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Grant Program Overview Grants On an annual basis the City and County of Denver manages approximately 200 active grant awards totaling $100-$200 million. City agencies with the largest grant portfolios
Grant Program Overview Grants On an annual basis the City and County of Denver manages approximately 200 active grant awards totaling $100-$200 million. City agencies with the largest grant portfolios are the Office of Economic Development, Department of Public Works, Office of Children s Affairs, Department of Environmental Health, Department of Safety and Denver Human Services. Starting in summer 2013, the citywide grant community has undergone an exciting and intensive refocusing process lead by the Grant Policy Advisory Committee and supported by the Budget and Management Office (BMO) and the City s grant writing contractor. Key themes of this process are inter-agency collaboration, increased coordination, compliance with Fiscal Accountability Rules, and overall strategic alignment. For the purpose of the budget book, actual expenditures and FTE are reported for the prior year. expenditures are reported for the current and future years. The current and future year estimated expenditures are based on awards and letters of intent received before June 13,. As a result, it may appear some grants are not continued from to, but this may not be the case as an award may have been received after June 13,. In addition, due to the implementation of a new budget system in 2015, grant for 2015 are not displayed in the budget book. Questions about FTE or estimated expenditures may be addressed to Grants are a type of Special Revenue Fund that account for the proceeds of federal, state, local, and private funds awarded to the City or its departments to carry out a specific purpose and/or administer a program or service delivery on behalf of the federal or state government. Grant funds are restricted to their intended purpose as defined by the grantor in the award and contract process. Grant application and award, grant management, and grant closure are governed by Fiscal Accountability Rule 9 Grants. As Special Revenue Funds, grants are categorized according to the same fund plan as other, non-grant Special Revenue Funds, and as defined in Section of the Denver Revised Municipal Code. Please see the Special Revenue Fund section of this book for a description of the fund plan. Department of Aviation grants are not included in this summary due to divergent grant accounting methodology. Asset Type Amount Federal Direct 31,779,181 Federal Pass-through 37,796,977 Private and Other 3,618,625 State Funding 68,777, ,972, Grant Program Overview Grant Expenditures by Funding Source 2015 Actuals Federal Direct 54,747,364 46,473,912 31,779,181 Federal Pass-through 27,310,351 32,462,644 37,796,977 Private and Other 9,474,822 8,428,926 3,618,625 State Funding 25,652,821 42,368,365 68,777,522 Total 117,185, ,733, ,972,305 Grant Expenditures by Agency Fund Mayor's Office Org. Number Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals Bike Safety Task Force and Act , Front Range By-Product Synergy , Subtotal , Office of Children's Affairs Head Start ,681,555 9,076,322 4,481, Child and Adult Care Food Program (Snacks and Supper) , , , Summer Food Service Program , , Afterschool Meals Program , Culture of Wellness , , Denver Education Compact , Head Start , Out of School Time , , , Wallace Foundation Cash Match , Denver Education Compact , Subtotal ,460,893 10,789,176 4,883,569 Office of Economic Development Enterprise Zone ,500 16,800 16,800 Subtotal ,500 16,800 16,800 Division of Workforce Development Disabled Vets Outreach Program (DVOP) ,792 32,000 28, Local Veterans Employment Representative (LVER) ,194 8,000 7, Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals Veterans Workforce Investment Program , Governor's Summer Job Hunt ,596 44,000 44, TAA Case Management ,899 16,768 16, Wagner-Peyser ,585,271 1,297,101 1,294, EDW Hire for Colorado Initiative , , Ex-Offender Services for Youth , H-1B Ready to Work Grant ,208 1,892,635 1,683, H-1B Technical Skills Training Grant , TAA Case Management , WIA Title I Adult ,480, , WIA Title I Dislocated Workers , , WIA Title I Youth ,287, , WIOA Adult ,046 1,069,277 1,178, WIOA Dislocated Worker , , , WIOA Youth ,687 1,466,231 1,476, WOIA Workforce Performance Incentive , Employment Support Fund ,704 1,032,885 1,060, TANF Case Mgmt/Employ/Training ,762,698 7,500,000 7,500, Career Opportunities in Retail , Denver Urban Renewal Authority (DURA) Construction Sector , Subtotal ,252,708 16,390,244 15,684,989 Community Planning and Development Historic Structure Assessment , Bosler House Preservation Project , Certified Local Government (CLG) Saving Places Conference Western Lands and Comm. Exploratory Scenario Plan ,000 0 Subtotal ,931 17,681 0 Denver Housing Division CDBG - Administration ,381,593 2,294,585 1,934, CDBG - Program ,916,121 12,062,000 11,958, HOME Program ,304,750 3,212,000 3,243, Clocktower Lofts Section ,424, Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals Sec 108 NE Park Hill , Stapleton Section ,658, Taxi Building III , YMCA/Section ,502, , HOPWA Program ,245,284 1,545,000 1,545, Neighborhood Stabilization Program I ,500 2, Neighborhood Stabilization Prgm III , , ARRA Neighborhood Stabilization , , H&NDS Housing for Mentally Ill , ,398 Subtotal ,003,757 19,677,935 19,386,037 Human Rights/Community Partnership National Council on Aging , Age Matters Needs Assessment ,000 95, Denver Impact Investing Initiatives , Living Cities Financial Empowerment Centers , Subtotal ,243 40,000 95,065 Office of the Independent Monitor Bridging the Gap ,037 54,166 12,150 Subtotal ,037 54,166 12,150 Emergency Management Denver Hazard Mitigation Plan Update ,761 10, Emergency Management Performance , , , Hazard Mitigation Grant , , Urban Area Security Initiative ,217,871 3,115,181 2,203, FEMA Flood Projects ,851,623 91, , FEMA Flood Projects , Subtotal ,503,536 3,610,340 2,965,235 District Attorney Office Juvenile Diversion ARTT/Mentoring , ,000 50, DA Family Violence ,962 61, DA Witness Protection Program ,383 86, Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals Federal Crime Victim Compensation ,180, , , Integrated Intervention Program ,423 93, Rose Andom Center Denver Family Justice Ctr ,389 95,442 Subtotal ,541,092 1,083, ,241 County Court Drunk Driver Intervention , , ,000 Subtotal , , ,000 Denver Public Library Carrito Librito , Putting SPELL into Action ,948 7, State Grants for Libraries ,466 46,200 0 Subtotal ,239 53,252 0 Denver Arts and Venues Promotion of the Arts , Culture of Cash Program Public Art Project at Confluence Park ,000 10,000 Subtotal ,413 10,000 10,000 Safety Programs and Management nd Chance Reentry Program ,202 13, Justice Reinvestment Act - Front End User Program , PHASE Day Reporting Program ,335 97, SMART Pre-Trial ,367 8, Gang Reduction Initiative , , , Community Corrections ,499,339 17,790,900 17,751,962 Subtotal ,460,027 18,199,130 18,073,813 Police Department H.I.D.T.A , , , Dimensional Imaging Validation Grant , CDOT: BAT Van , CDOT: Distracted Driving Enforcement ,410 44, CDOT: DUI Enforcement , , Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals CDOT: Focused Speed Enforcement ,576 73, CDOT: Night Time Click It Or Ticket , CDOT: Pedestrian Safety ,574 73, Click it or Ticket , COPS Community Policing and Development ,000 30, Coverdell Forensic - Federal , , Coverdell Forensic - State , Denver Juvenile Drug Court , , Denver OCDETF Strike Force ,622 4, DNA Backlog Reduction , , , Familial DNA Database Search ,843 97, Family Integrated Treatment Court (FITC) , Justice Assistance Grant , , , Latent Print Identification ,475 70, LISC Peer Learning Small Grant , Optimal Extraction Methods of THC From Infused Products ,233 69, Optimized, Semi-Automated Differential DNA Extraction ,850 25, Project Safe Neighborhoods , , Solving Cold Cases with DNA ,949 58, State JAG Grant ,400 17, Sun Valley Policing Project , , , Demand Reduction Grant ,896 11, Subtotal ,708,150 3,753,969 1,355,750 Fire Department FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Firefighter Safety & Disease Prevention ,700 0 Subtotal ,700 0 Sheriff Colorado Brain Injury Program ,003 10,668 2, Court Security Cash Grant , Subtotal ,003 10,668 2, Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number City Attorney Office Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals Coordinated Elder Abuse Prevention , , , Specialized Domestic Violence Prosecution , ,093 16, Wraparound Legal Services ,000 6,000 0 Subtotal , , ,164 Public Works Environmental Education Regional Grant , SEP - NE Denver Recycling & Training ,100 26, Traffic Signals SH 30,40,& (3,294) DENVER TSSIP Design (2,609) ITS Systems ,625 88, Stapleton Infrastructure/Facilities , , , DRCOG TIP ,166, Confluence Bike/Ped Ramps TIP ,603 19, DENVER TSSIP , , , Peoria St. Grade Separation (331,401) Peoria St. Grade Separation (118,194) Peoria St. Grade Separation , Denver-RTD FasTracks ,300, Evergreen Lake Park Bridges , , Colfax Transit , , , DRCOG TIP , , DENVER TSSIP , , , ITS Systems , DRCOG TIP ,311, I-70/Central Park Interchange , Safety Hazard Elimination ,175, DENVER TIP Signal System , DRCOG TIP , DENVER TSSIP Design ,438 27,000 27, Safety Hazard Elimination ,933 1,000,000 1,000, FASTER - CDOT Signals , , Levitt Pavilion , RAMP 1 - CDOT Signals , , Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals RAMP 1 - CDOT Signals ,648 60, RAMP-Fed. Blvd ,196 11,616, Denver-RTD FasTracks ,350, Denver-RTD FasTracks ,093,103 1,730, DRCOG Traffic Signal System Equipment , DENVER TIP Signal System ,540 1,100,000 1,100, Safety Hazard Elimination - Traffic Signal Upgrade , , , HSIP Havana/Hampden Sidewalk , Evergreen Road Bridge , P2P ,900, Beyond Traffic: The Smart City Challenge Phase 1 Award , CDBG-DR Infra: Sanderson Gulch Reach 1 Improvements , Denver ITS CTC Visability ,000 80, DENVER TIP , , Denver TSSIP , , DRCOG TIP , ,535 2,250, DRCOG TIP Martin Luther King Blvd. Extension ,172, DRCOG TIP SB I-25 On Ramp & Broadway Recon ,540,000 4,000, Weir Gulch (3rd/Hooker) , Colfax & Lipan Auraria Higher Education Center , P2P ,500,000 46,100, th St Protected Bike Lane , st Street Wynkoop Urban Design , nd Ave over Clear Creek Bridge , Cherry Creek Tower Grant for Parking Lot Improvements , Federal Blvd and 52nd Ave Median , Inca Street (38th Ave - 45th Ave) , Westwood Healthy Places , Subtotal ,992,681 34,258,691 68,922, Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number PW Wastewater Management Division Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals Learning at the Water Source: Expanded Outdoor Classroom , ,994 0 Subtotal , ,994 0 Service Delivery and Admin nd Chance Reentry Program , , AmeriCorps , Connect for Health , Denver Prevention Partnership for Family Success ,835 62, Homeless Veterans Per Diem ,647 99,000 33, Justice Assistance Grant , Justice Reinvestment Initiative/Recovery Court Pgm ,880 28, National School Lunch Program , Now is the Time ,991 93, Pathways to Success , , PHASE Day Reporting Program , , Promoting Safe and Stable Families , , , Resources for Awareness and Prevention at Denver Public Schools , ,000 50, SMART Pre-Trial , Trauma Focused Child Protection ,846 71, Unaccompanied Refugee Minors , , Community Services Block Grant , , , Emergency Solutions (formerly Shelter) , , , CoC Anchor Project ,519 (7,028) 60, CoC Chronically Mentally Ill Women (Lowry) , , , CoC Criminal Justice , ,482 84, CoC Dave's Place ,548 66,750 34, CoC Housing First ,212,498 2,028,544 1,040, CoC Mariposa , ,736 77, CoC Rowan Gardens , , , CoC Seniors , , , Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals CoC Starting Treatment & Recovery , ,092 73, CoC Veterans ,356 31,532 40, Homeless Veterans Reintegration ,522 1, CO Infant Toddler Quality Improvement Program ,578 3, Community Assistance for Gaining Eligibility , Expelled and At-Risk Student Services , , Personal Responsibility and Education Program , , , Parent Partner Program , Prevention Institute , SNAP into Health , ,434 0 Subtotal ,669,438 6,877,251 4,331,309 Department of Environmental Health Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program ,618 26, Denver Safe Routes to School ,804 51,996 43, FDA Tobacco Retail Inspections , , Ryan White/HIV Emergency Relief ,529,459 6,491,188 1,479, Cancer Cardiovascular Pulmonary Disease , , , Denver Safe Routes to School , Metro Denver Healthy Beverage Partnership ,136 64,365 47, Adoption and Foster Program , Animal Control Officer Training , Animal Spay/Neuter Program , Community Outreach Program , CPOF License Plate Grant , Denver Healthy Food Access ,777 39, Denver Microchips ,789 3, Evolvement Denver: Youth Tobacco Policy Change , Expenses for Training by Emancipet ,491 1, Healthy Childcare Makes a Heal ,216 90, Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals Lil Bub , Partnerships for Healthy Food Retail , , , Shelter Cat Pilot , Subtotal ,217,801 7,348,038 1,893,112 Environmental Quality Division EECBG Banking Fees ,000 30,000 30, Brownfields Colfax Assessment Fund , , Charge Ahead Colorado , Denver Sustainability Plan , Ebola Phase II ,136 10, Emergency Preparedness & Response ,537 68,756 88, FY 2015 EPA Brownfields Assessment Grant , , , Radium Contamination , Swansea Air Quality Monitoring ,000 70, Clean Energy Loan Program Denver Energy Challenge , , , Air Pollution Control , , , Denver Energy Efficiency ,000 12, Denver Neighborhood Climate and Health Vulnerability Project ,000 4,000 Subtotal ,739 1,177,602 1,252,068 Department of Parks and Recreation O Fallon Park Fire Mitigation , South Platte Watershed Urban Forestry Enhancements , Urban Conservation Treaty for Migratory Birds ,721 83, Bear Creek Watershed Improvement ,458 19, , Heller/Heron Pond Natural Area (5,124) Purge the Spurge ,278 25, Samuels Elementary , Stapleton Xeriscape Garden , Wood Utilization and Capacity Building ,934 15, Grant Program Overview Fund Org. Number Grant Program Name 2015 Actuals Buffalo Bill Museum ,093 44,947 30, Colorado Open Lands ,262 9, Mountain Parks Genesee Overlook , Barnum East Park Redesign ,572 50,000 50, River Vision - UDFCD , , , Central Park Fountain ,415 14,259 14, River Vision - Greenway Foundation , Rvr Vision Grant Frontier RMNA ,285 1,500, River Vision - GOCO ,325, , , Genesee Mountain Trail Project ,356 58, Westerly Creek Greenway , , Beaver Brook Trail and Trailhead , , , Downtown Area Parks Open Spce Plan ,195 66, Ruby Hill Bike Park and Loop Trail , , River North Improvements , , North Westerly Creek , Westerly Creek North Project , Westerly Creek North Park and Prarie Upland Park ,709,772 73, Sullivan Gateway Preservation , GOCO Planning Grant - ELK Site Plan ,474 30, Re-Imagine Play at Paco Sanchez , Bible House Interior Project , Dedisse Park Evergreen Lake Bridge Replacement , GOCO Inspire Initiative , Paco Sanchez Playground ,000,000 0 Subtotal ,561,375 5,646,791 1,811,473 Total ,185, ,733, ,972,305 Note: Negative dollar amounts in the 2015 Actuals column are due to year-end timing issues related to accruing expenses back to the prior year. 126 Grants General Government Grants by Agency City Attorney The Coordinated Elder Abuse Prevention Program provides funding to create and sustain a multidisciplinary Elder Abuse Prevention Steering Committee to coordinate services and strengthen policies designed to help older victims. The grant also provides training to law enforcement, prosecution, judicial, and community-based program staff on elder abuse and best practices recommendations as well as services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, neglect, and exploitation who are over age fifty. Funded by a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Justice. The Specialized Domestic Violence Prosecution Grant funds a portion of the full-time domestic violence prosecutor and a part-time victim specialist for the outreach office. This grant also funds the Division of Prosecution and Code Enforcement s (PACE) statewide abuse in later life training team. Funded by a state grant from the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice, which administers S.T.O.P. Violence Against Women Act funding. The Wraparound Legal Services Grant Project was designed to fill gaps in legal services needed by Denver s crime victims. This collaborative project brings together system-based and nonprofit organizations to design a sustainable program and/or training project that will educate legal and non-legal partners in victim-centered and trauma-informed care. The training will be provided to those who can provide free or low-cost legal services to victims in Denver. Funded by a state grant from the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice. Community Planning and Development The Bosler House Preservation Project Grant funded the construction document for the Bosler House. Funded by the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The Certified Local Government (CLG) Saving Places Conference Grant funded conference registration fees for city staff who attended the conference. Funded by the State Historical Fund. The Historic Structure Assessment Grant was awarded by History Colorado to CPD Landmark Preservation for the purpose of conducting a Historic Structure Assessment of the Bosler House in Denver, CO. This was a condition assessment of the structure, which had been left open to the elements for several years. The Western Lands and Community Exploratory Scenario Planning Grant is funded by the Sonoran Institute. Human Rights and Community Partnerships The Age Matter Needs Assessment Program provides a program administrator to conduct an assessment on the planning needs of older adults with over 15 city agencies. The assessment will yield policy and program recommendations to serve the needs of the older adult population in Denver. Funds are provided by AARP and the Colorado Health Foundation. The Denver Impact Investing Initiatives Grant funded the Denver Office of Strategic Partnerships to develop social impact investing opportunities within city government to attract private investors in funding social programs that save public funds. Funded by private grants from the Piton Foundation, Kaiser and others. The Living Cities Financial Empowerment Centers Grant provided funding to support oversight and coordinate implementation of the Financial Empowerment Centers Program in Denver, including provision of financial counseling and integrated services to help support low-income residents in moving toward financial self-sufficiency. Funded by private grants from Living Cities and Bloomberg Philanthropies. 127 General Government Grants by Agency The National Council on Aging Grant was provided to cities across the country to help educate and engage older adults in important programs that impacts their health and well-being. The City and County of Denver, Office on Aging utilized this grant in 2015 to support the Seniors in September event. Funded by a federal direct grant. Mayor s Office The City s first Bike Safety Plan addresses safety concerns that remain a barrier to getting more people out of cars and onto bikes. The Bike Safety Plan, released in late 2015, describes multiple strategies that the City will pursue to reduce accidents involving cyclists, including changes in street design, traffic signals and ordinances, as well as educational initiatives that will help drivers and cyclists alike become more adept at co-existing on our roads. Funded by a private grant from Anadarko. The Front Range Synergy Network is an organization of business entities in the region from Ft. Collins to Pueblo that exchange information about their waste streams and feedstock needs, so that materials that are currently shipped to landfills can instead be used as feedstock. Efforts to organize this Network have been funded through a grant by Anadarko Petroleum. CH2M is working on a partial pro bono basis to get the Network up and running in. Funded by a private grant from Anadarko. Office of Children s Affairs The Child and Adult Care Food Program provides food during the school year. The food is served in areas where there are a significant percentage
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