CalRecycle releases the CalRecycle Rubberized Pavement Grant Program with Deadline: September 29, 2021

CalRecycle: Rubberized Pavement Grant Program

Deadline: September 29, 2021

Amount: $250,000 maximum for Individual Application. If applying for a joint application, the maximum grant award shall not be greater than $350,000. The Lead or a participating jurisdiction is limited to no more than $250,000 of the grant award.

Match: No

Eligibility: Cities, counties, regional park districts, special districts, Joint Powers Authorities, state agencies and Qualifying Indian Tribes

An application may include rubberized pavement (hot-mix and chip seal) projects for roadways, Class 1 bikeways, greenways, and disability access at parks. A greenway is a travel corridor for pedestrians, bicycles, non-motorized vehicle transportation, recreation, or a combination thereof, located along natural landscape features, such as an urban watercourse.

Recycle has issued the Notice of Funding Availability for Fiscal Year 2021-22 and released the online application for the Rubberized Pavement Grant Program.

For detailed information regarding eligibility, grant amount, application, and more, please visit the Pavement Grant Program website at:

Interested applicants will use CalRecycle’s online Grant Management System (GMS), to submit a grant application. To get started, see page 15 of the Application Guidelines and Instructions document for application access.

For more information regarding GMS, please visit:

The application deadline is September 29, 2021.

ATTN: Repeat applicants – Effective last fiscal year, below are some important changes to the grant program, as specified in the approved Criteria Request for Approval (RFA):

• Require evidence that applicable public works staff participate in web-based tire-derived aggregate (TDA) training.

• Restrict grantees from applying the year following TRP13 award.

• Limit eligible applicants to a maximum of six total asphalt rubber hot-mix or rubberized chip seal grants.

• Reduce the maximum grant amount to $250,000 for individual applicants and $350,000 for joint applicants.