Application period: April 7, 2017 to May 31, 2017 (or until grant funds are exhausted)
Overview
The Transportation Improvement Board approved funding for a one-time 2017 Emergency Repair Program in recognition of state and local emergency proclamations regarding severe winter weather. The program is limited to $5 million total with grants up to $50,000 per eligible agency.
Applications MUST be Submitted by
May 31, 2017
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Eligibility
Eligible agencies are incorporated small cities under 5,000 in population and urban cities with assessed valuation less than $2 billion. Local match may be required and is based upon a city's assessed valuation. Minimum local match is:
Small City Local Match
Assesed Valuation Minimum Match
Under $100 million 0 percent
$100 million to $500 million 5 percent
Over $500 million 10 percent
Urban Local Match
Assesed Valuation Minimum Match
Under $1.0 billion 10 percent
$1.0 billion to $2.0 billion 15 percent
   
  • All streets must be city owned.
  • Applications will be accepted through May 31, 2017. However, TIB will award grants on a first-come, first-served basis and available grant funds may be exhausted prior to the final submittal date.
  • TIB grants are up to $50,000 per eligible agency. No increases will be accepted.
  • Eligible agencies may only submit one application (The application can include multiple locations).
  • TIB Staff will review and approve segments eligible for funding.
  • Agencies may complete work by using established small works rosters, county forces, qualified city staff, or other means approved by TIB.
  • This work is a maintenance activity; no engineering is eligible or reimbursable.
  • Only labor and materials associated with the approved pavement repair are eligible for TIB participation.
  • Proposed pavement repair square footage must be less than 25 percent of the total street surface, where sufficient base exists, and the remaining roadway surface is in serviceable condition.
  • TIB requires completion of work by August 31, 2017.
  • State routes are not eligible.
  • Urban city eligible routes must be a federally classified route.
Examples of Repairs
TIB has assembled a visual guide showing examples of both eligible and ineligible types of repairs for the 2017 Emergency Repair Program. Guidelines for photos submitted with applications are also included.

     Download the Emergency Repair Examples
How to Apply
To apply for the 2017 Emergency Repair Program, complete a TIB Emergency Repair Program Application to request funding. Applications will be accepted through May 31, 2017. However, TIB will award grants on a first-come, first-served basis and available grant funds may be exhausted prior to the final submittal date. TIB requires completion of work by August 31, 2017.

To expedite review and processing, email your completed application package to your TIB Project Engineer.