California Consulting Management Team Members Tristan Shamp and Holly Bachman met on Sept. 21 in Fresno to discuss serving our central valley clients and our grant writing programs.
California Consulting Statewide Senior Director, Holly Bachman, with Fowler Mayor, David Cardenas, at the Fresno County Latino Elected Officials lunch on Sept. 21, 2017 in Fresno, CA.
CC LLC is honored that the City of Aliso Viejo has asked us to provide grant writing services.
We look forward to collaborating with the City to help transform their vision into legacy.
Thank you, City of Aliso Viejo! #CityofAlisoViejo
CC LLC congratulates the Hermosa Beach Police Department (a CC LLC client) for being awarded the FY 17 Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program Grant in the amount of $41,681 from the Bureau of Justice Administration. The City of Hermosa Beach contributed $42,462 for a total of $84,143 to implement and extend the body-worn camera program to the Community Services Officers.
This latest achievement is another example of the commitment of the City of Hermosa Beach and the Hermosa Beach Police Department’s leadership to protect and promote the quality of life for its residents.
It’s also a reflection of the dedication and hard work by CCLLC Project Manager, David Marquez, who ensured a successful grant application.
Thank you, David, and congratulations Hermosa Beach Police Department and the City of Hermosa Beach!
David Taylor from the Office of Assemblyman Harper meeting with California Consulting CEO Steve Samuelian at Assemblyman Harper’s Orange County Office.
Assemblyman Harper and his team do a great job of constituent service working very hard for their constituents. California Consulting is proud to provide grant writing services for many public agencies throughout the Orange County area.
BizFed Leadership team members at today’s BizFed Board meeting hosted by the Port of Los Angeles.
Chairman Mike Lewis, CEO Tracy Hernandez, and Executive Committee Members Roozbeh Farnipour of the West L.A. Chamber, Joe Ahn of Northrup Grumman, and Steve Samuelian of California Consulting.
Scott Carpenter, District Director for Senator John Moorlach and California Consulting CEO Steve Samuelian meeting on Sept. 18, 2017, at the Senator’s District Office in Costa Mesa. California Consulting is pleased to provide grant writing services for several public agencies throughout Orange County.
CC LLC is honored that Poway Unified School District has asked us to provide grant writing services.
We look forward to collaborating with the School District to help transform their vision into legacy.
Thank you, Poway USD!
City of Coachella Council, City Manager, City Attorney, and Planning Commissioner with California Consulting, LLC CEO Steve Samuelian at the League of California Cities Conference in Sacramento. California Consulting is proud to provide grant writing services for the City of Coachella. Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) League of California Cities League of California Cities – Riverside County League of California Cities – Inland Empire
California Consulting is pleased to announce the Caltrans: Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant Program- Sustainable Communities Grants.
Caltrans: Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant Program – Sustainable Communities Grants
Deadline: October 20, 2017
Amount: Minimum grant of $50,000 for Disadvantaged Communities; $100,000 for All Others. Maximum grant of $1,000,000.
Match: 11.47% minimum matching funds (cash or in-kind contributions)
Eligibility: MPOs with sub-applicants; RTPAs; Transit Agencies; Cities and Counties; Native American Tribal Governments
Senate Bill 1 (SB 1) – The Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 has allocated approximately $25 million in additional Sustainable Communities Grants for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2017-2018 grant cycle. The additional grant funding is intended to support and implement Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) Sustainable Communities Strategies (SCS) (where applicable) and to ultimately achieve the State’s greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction target of 40 and 80 percent below 1990 levels by 2030 and 2050, respectively. The Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant Program funds local and regional multimodal transportation and land use planning projects that further the region’s RTP SCS (where applicable), contribute to the State’s GHG reduction targets, and also assist in achieving the Caltrans Mission and Grant Program Overarching Objectives. Eligible planning projects must have a transportation nexus per Article XIX Sections 2 and 3 of the California Constitution. Therefore, successful planning projects are expected to directly benefit the multi-modal transportation system. Sustainable Communities Grants will also improve public health, social equity, environmental justice, and provide other important community benefits.
If you our your entity is interested in California Consulting writing this application, please call our Southern California Office at 323-728-9002.