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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5078-5078.6



5078.  As used in this chapter:
   (a) "Department" means the Department of Parks and Recreation.
   (b) "Fund" means the Heritage Network Decal Fund created pursuant
to Section 5066 of the Vehicle Code.
   (c) "Heritage corridor" has the same meaning as set forth in
subdivision (c) of Section 5070.3.
   (d) "Program" means the State Heritage Network Plan and Grants
Program.
   (e) "Trust" means a State Heritage Network Trust organized
pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 5078.1.




5078.1.  (a) There is in the department the State Heritage Network
Plan and Grants Program.
   (b) The program shall enhance the protection, preservation, and
interpretation of, and access to, natural, agricultural,
archaeological, and historical resources within heritage corridors
within the state heritage network, and as a component of any state
byways system.
   (c) The program shall be developed in consultation with interested
public and private entities, including any nonprofit State Heritage
Network Trust organized to further the purposes of heritage corridors
within the state heritage network. A primary purpose of any such
trust shall be to assist the department in implementing the program
by providing volunteer services.



5078.2.  The money in the fund shall be available to the department,
upon appropriation by the Legislature, solely for purposes of paying
administrative costs incurred in carrying out the program, for the
acquisition, development, use, and enhancement of heritage corridor
sites within the state heritage network both within and without the
state park system, and, in regard to sites not within the state park
system, for matching grants, not to exceed 60 percent state funding,
to local agencies, other state agencies, federal agencies, and
nonprofit organizations.



5078.3.  No single grant under the program shall exceed the sum of
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000). Not more than 50 percent of the
total money available from the fund each year may be expended by the
department for purposes of the state park system. At least 25 percent
of the total money available from the fund each year shall be
available for grants to nonprofit organizations, including state park
cooperating associations. Money available from the fund each year
for the development of heritage corridors within the state heritage
network shall be utilized, as equally as practicable, for the
following purposes.
   (a) Disability access projects.
   (b) Interpretive facilities, including heritage corridor highway
signs.
   (c) Interpretive and heritage education programs and interpretive
publications, including California Heritage Corridors Access Maps.
   (d) Historical preservation and restoration projects.
   (e) Trail acquisition and development, except that any acquisition
shall be from willing sellers only.
   (f) The purchase of land and easements for purposes other than
trail or trail corridors from willing sellers.



5078.4.  (a) The department shall develop criteria for the
evaluation and selection of heritage corridors.
   (b) The following heritage corridors are given provisional status
to allow their inclusion in the North Central California Heritage
Corridors Access Map:
   (1) East California Mountains and Deserts: Mount Lassen to Anza
Borrego, including Highways 89 and 395 to Bishop.
   (2) Yosemite Pacific: Monterey and San Jose to Mono Lake via
Yosemite National Park.
   (3) Missions and Adobes: Sonoma to San Diego via El Camino Real.
   (4) Great Valley Rivers: Mt. Shasta to Porterville, utilizing
scenic alternates to Highway 99 wherever possible.
   (c) The following additional candidate heritage corridors are
proposed for study and timely adoption:
   (1) Redwoods and Cascades: Redwood National Park to Mt. Lassen and
Mt. Shasta.
   (2) California Contrast: Morro Bay to Death Valley.
   (3) Palm and Pine: San Juan Capistrano to Joshua Tree.
   (4) Rim of the World: Santa Monica Mountains to Mt. Laguna via the
San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains, San Jacinto
Mountains, and Mount Palomar.
   (5) Southern Borderlands: San Diego to Yuma, Arizona.



5078.5.  Grant proposals shall be submitted annually to the
department for evaluation in accordance with procedures and criteria
prescribed by the department. The department shall evaluate annually,
with the assistance of the trust, if organized pursuant to
subdivision (c) of Section 5078.1, any proposals submitted to it and
shall prepare an annual list of recommended projects for submission
to the Legislature for funding.



5078.6.  (a) The department may undertake with cooperating heritage
corridor groups the design and distribution of a twenty-dollar ($20)
window decal to allow participation in the heritage network program
by residents and nonresidents of the state.
   (b) Revenues derived from the sale of the decal, after deduction
for administrative costs, shall be deposited in the Heritage Network
Decal Fund, created pursuant to Section 5066 of the Vehicle Code.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5078-5078.6

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5078-5078.6



5078.  As used in this chapter:
   (a) "Department" means the Department of Parks and Recreation.
   (b) "Fund" means the Heritage Network Decal Fund created pursuant
to Section 5066 of the Vehicle Code.
   (c) "Heritage corridor" has the same meaning as set forth in
subdivision (c) of Section 5070.3.
   (d) "Program" means the State Heritage Network Plan and Grants
Program.
   (e) "Trust" means a State Heritage Network Trust organized
pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 5078.1.




5078.1.  (a) There is in the department the State Heritage Network
Plan and Grants Program.
   (b) The program shall enhance the protection, preservation, and
interpretation of, and access to, natural, agricultural,
archaeological, and historical resources within heritage corridors
within the state heritage network, and as a component of any state
byways system.
   (c) The program shall be developed in consultation with interested
public and private entities, including any nonprofit State Heritage
Network Trust organized to further the purposes of heritage corridors
within the state heritage network. A primary purpose of any such
trust shall be to assist the department in implementing the program
by providing volunteer services.



5078.2.  The money in the fund shall be available to the department,
upon appropriation by the Legislature, solely for purposes of paying
administrative costs incurred in carrying out the program, for the
acquisition, development, use, and enhancement of heritage corridor
sites within the state heritage network both within and without the
state park system, and, in regard to sites not within the state park
system, for matching grants, not to exceed 60 percent state funding,
to local agencies, other state agencies, federal agencies, and
nonprofit organizations.



5078.3.  No single grant under the program shall exceed the sum of
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000). Not more than 50 percent of the
total money available from the fund each year may be expended by the
department for purposes of the state park system. At least 25 percent
of the total money available from the fund each year shall be
available for grants to nonprofit organizations, including state park
cooperating associations. Money available from the fund each year
for the development of heritage corridors within the state heritage
network shall be utilized, as equally as practicable, for the
following purposes.
   (a) Disability access projects.
   (b) Interpretive facilities, including heritage corridor highway
signs.
   (c) Interpretive and heritage education programs and interpretive
publications, including California Heritage Corridors Access Maps.
   (d) Historical preservation and restoration projects.
   (e) Trail acquisition and development, except that any acquisition
shall be from willing sellers only.
   (f) The purchase of land and easements for purposes other than
trail or trail corridors from willing sellers.



5078.4.  (a) The department shall develop criteria for the
evaluation and selection of heritage corridors.
   (b) The following heritage corridors are given provisional status
to allow their inclusion in the North Central California Heritage
Corridors Access Map:
   (1) East California Mountains and Deserts: Mount Lassen to Anza
Borrego, including Highways 89 and 395 to Bishop.
   (2) Yosemite Pacific: Monterey and San Jose to Mono Lake via
Yosemite National Park.
   (3) Missions and Adobes: Sonoma to San Diego via El Camino Real.
   (4) Great Valley Rivers: Mt. Shasta to Porterville, utilizing
scenic alternates to Highway 99 wherever possible.
   (c) The following additional candidate heritage corridors are
proposed for study and timely adoption:
   (1) Redwoods and Cascades: Redwood National Park to Mt. Lassen and
Mt. Shasta.
   (2) California Contrast: Morro Bay to Death Valley.
   (3) Palm and Pine: San Juan Capistrano to Joshua Tree.
   (4) Rim of the World: Santa Monica Mountains to Mt. Laguna via the
San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains, San Jacinto
Mountains, and Mount Palomar.
   (5) Southern Borderlands: San Diego to Yuma, Arizona.



5078.5.  Grant proposals shall be submitted annually to the
department for evaluation in accordance with procedures and criteria
prescribed by the department. The department shall evaluate annually,
with the assistance of the trust, if organized pursuant to
subdivision (c) of Section 5078.1, any proposals submitted to it and
shall prepare an annual list of recommended projects for submission
to the Legislature for funding.



5078.6.  (a) The department may undertake with cooperating heritage
corridor groups the design and distribution of a twenty-dollar ($20)
window decal to allow participation in the heritage network program
by residents and nonresidents of the state.
   (b) Revenues derived from the sale of the decal, after deduction
for administrative costs, shall be deposited in the Heritage Network
Decal Fund, created pursuant to Section 5066 of the Vehicle Code.



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State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5078-5078.6

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5078-5078.6



5078.  As used in this chapter:
   (a) "Department" means the Department of Parks and Recreation.
   (b) "Fund" means the Heritage Network Decal Fund created pursuant
to Section 5066 of the Vehicle Code.
   (c) "Heritage corridor" has the same meaning as set forth in
subdivision (c) of Section 5070.3.
   (d) "Program" means the State Heritage Network Plan and Grants
Program.
   (e) "Trust" means a State Heritage Network Trust organized
pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 5078.1.




5078.1.  (a) There is in the department the State Heritage Network
Plan and Grants Program.
   (b) The program shall enhance the protection, preservation, and
interpretation of, and access to, natural, agricultural,
archaeological, and historical resources within heritage corridors
within the state heritage network, and as a component of any state
byways system.
   (c) The program shall be developed in consultation with interested
public and private entities, including any nonprofit State Heritage
Network Trust organized to further the purposes of heritage corridors
within the state heritage network. A primary purpose of any such
trust shall be to assist the department in implementing the program
by providing volunteer services.



5078.2.  The money in the fund shall be available to the department,
upon appropriation by the Legislature, solely for purposes of paying
administrative costs incurred in carrying out the program, for the
acquisition, development, use, and enhancement of heritage corridor
sites within the state heritage network both within and without the
state park system, and, in regard to sites not within the state park
system, for matching grants, not to exceed 60 percent state funding,
to local agencies, other state agencies, federal agencies, and
nonprofit organizations.



5078.3.  No single grant under the program shall exceed the sum of
fifty thousand dollars ($50,000). Not more than 50 percent of the
total money available from the fund each year may be expended by the
department for purposes of the state park system. At least 25 percent
of the total money available from the fund each year shall be
available for grants to nonprofit organizations, including state park
cooperating associations. Money available from the fund each year
for the development of heritage corridors within the state heritage
network shall be utilized, as equally as practicable, for the
following purposes.
   (a) Disability access projects.
   (b) Interpretive facilities, including heritage corridor highway
signs.
   (c) Interpretive and heritage education programs and interpretive
publications, including California Heritage Corridors Access Maps.
   (d) Historical preservation and restoration projects.
   (e) Trail acquisition and development, except that any acquisition
shall be from willing sellers only.
   (f) The purchase of land and easements for purposes other than
trail or trail corridors from willing sellers.



5078.4.  (a) The department shall develop criteria for the
evaluation and selection of heritage corridors.
   (b) The following heritage corridors are given provisional status
to allow their inclusion in the North Central California Heritage
Corridors Access Map:
   (1) East California Mountains and Deserts: Mount Lassen to Anza
Borrego, including Highways 89 and 395 to Bishop.
   (2) Yosemite Pacific: Monterey and San Jose to Mono Lake via
Yosemite National Park.
   (3) Missions and Adobes: Sonoma to San Diego via El Camino Real.
   (4) Great Valley Rivers: Mt. Shasta to Porterville, utilizing
scenic alternates to Highway 99 wherever possible.
   (c) The following additional candidate heritage corridors are
proposed for study and timely adoption:
   (1) Redwoods and Cascades: Redwood National Park to Mt. Lassen and
Mt. Shasta.
   (2) California Contrast: Morro Bay to Death Valley.
   (3) Palm and Pine: San Juan Capistrano to Joshua Tree.
   (4) Rim of the World: Santa Monica Mountains to Mt. Laguna via the
San Gabriel Mountains, San Bernardino Mountains, San Jacinto
Mountains, and Mount Palomar.
   (5) Southern Borderlands: San Diego to Yuma, Arizona.



5078.5.  Grant proposals shall be submitted annually to the
department for evaluation in accordance with procedures and criteria
prescribed by the department. The department shall evaluate annually,
with the assistance of the trust, if organized pursuant to
subdivision (c) of Section 5078.1, any proposals submitted to it and
shall prepare an annual list of recommended projects for submission
to the Legislature for funding.



5078.6.  (a) The department may undertake with cooperating heritage
corridor groups the design and distribution of a twenty-dollar ($20)
window decal to allow participation in the heritage network program
by residents and nonresidents of the state.
   (b) Revenues derived from the sale of the decal, after deduction
for administrative costs, shall be deposited in the Heritage Network
Decal Fund, created pursuant to Section 5066 of the Vehicle Code.


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