Community Success Stories
Dayton's New Community Center Fulfills A Need for Local residents
An $800,000 CDBG grant helped fund improvements to a former Masonic Lodge for its use as a community center for the community of Dayton.
Oregon Administrative Rules
Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS)
Application period July 1 - Dec 20, 2016
Business Oregon announced grant awards, the first of two phases awarding the 2015-17 funding allocation.
2015 application period closed Dec 31, 2015.
Business Oregon announced its grant awards Monday, Dec 22, 2014.
The Seismic Rehabilitation Grant Program (SRGP) is a state of Oregon competitive grant program that provides funding for the seismic rehabilitation of critical public buildings, particularly public schools and emergency services facilities.
Public K‐12 school districts, community colleges, and education service districts are eligible for the grant program. For emergency services facilities, the emphasis is on first responder buildings. This includes: hospital buildings with acute inpatient care facilities, fire stations, police stations, sheriff's offices, 9‐1‐1 centers and Emergency Operations Centers (EOCs).
Buildings with a mix of eligible and ineligible uses can be considered if an entity pays for the ineligible portion of the building. Eligible projects can apply for as much as $1.5 million through the SRGP.
A completed application packet includes:
In order to apply, please contact the SRGP Coordinator, Gloria Zacharias, phone 503-986-0132.
Applications will be evaluated by a statutorily designated grant committee, which represents the education sector, emergency services, local government and other state agencies. Scoring and ranking criteria is determined by the grant committee. Scoring will be based on:
SRGP requires that school facilities be retrofitted to Life Safety and emergency services to Immediate Occupancy standards as defined by the American Society for Civil Engineers.