An overview of the Small City Arterial Program.
Overview

The Small City Arterial Program was formally established by the Legislature in 1995. Projects preserve and improve TIB classified arterials consistent with local needs in cities with a population less than 5,000.

A TIB classified arterial must meet at least one of the following conditions to be eligible for TIB funding:

  • Paved streets connecting to other paved streets that are publically owned by the city or state
  • Must provide circulation within the network or provide access to at least 20 residentual units or equivalent trip generation
  • New streets and gravel streets may be classified as arterials if they should be paved based on serving significant traffic generators
Small City Programs
Small City Arterial Program (SCAP)
Small City Preservation Program (SCPP)
Small City Sidewalk Program (SCSP)
Relight Washington (LED)
More Information
Small City Program Overview
Program Guidelines (WACs)
How to Apply for a Grant
Program Specific Information

The intent of the Small City Arterial Program is to rehabilitate TIB arterials. Funding specifics include:

  • Funds are distributed across three regions based on small city populations
  • Local match requirements:Assessed Value under $100 million– no match required;
    Assessed Value $100 million to $500 million – 5% local match required; Assessed Value over $500 million– 10% local match required
Download the Current Funding Criteria for the Small City Arterial Program.