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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.233-5096.237



5096.233.  (a) All of the funds authorized in categories (1) and (2)
of subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231 shall be available for grants
on a competitive basis for projects which will fulfill one or more
of the following objectives: rehabilitation or restoration of
existing facilities, development of facilities to serve urban
populations, development of facilities which increase the grant
recipient's revenues by expanding public recreation services, or
stimulation of new jobs. After at least two public hearings, the
Director of Parks and Recreation shall prepare and the Secretary of
the Resources Agency shall adopt criteria and procedures for
evaluating those competitive grants.
   (b) The funds authorized in category (1) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 shall be available for appropriation of not more
than twenty-eight million five hundred thousand dollars ($28,500,000)
in the 1985-86 fiscal year and for appropriation of not more than
twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) in each of the 1986-87 and
1987-88 fiscal years and shall be allocated among cities, counties,
and districts located within the following regions in accordance with
the following schedule, reduced pro rata by the amount of state
administrative costs directly incurred under that category:

                                           1986-87
                              1985-86    and 1987-88
  Schedule:                 fiscal year fiscal years
  (1) Del Norte,
  Humboldt, Mendocino,
  and Lake Counties.......  $  300,000   $  250,000
  (2) Siskiyou, Modoc,
  Trinity, Shasta,
  Lassen, Tehama, Plumas,
  Glenn, Butte, and
  Colusa
  Counties................  $  700,000   $  650,000
  (3) Sierra, Sutter,
  Yuba, Nevada,
  Yolo, Placer,
  Sacramento, and
  El Dorado Counties......  $ 1,511,000  $ 1,300,000
  (4) Sonoma, Napa,
  Solano, Marin,
  Contra Costa, San
  Mateo, Alameda, and
  Santa Clara Counties
  and the City and County
  of San Francisco........  $ 6,203,000  $ 5,385,000
  (5) Amador, Alpine, San
  Joaquin,
  Calaveras, Tuolumne,
  Stanislaus, and Merced
  Counties................  $  995,000   $  850,000
  (6) Mariposa, Madera,
  Fresno,
  Kings, Tulare, and Kern
  Counties................  $ 1,580,000  $ 1,360,000
  (7) Santa Cruz, San
  Benito, Monterey, San
  Luis Obispo, and
  Santa Barbara Counties..  $ 1,119,000  $ 1,000,000
  (8) Ventura, Los
  Angeles, San
  Bernardino, Orange,
  Riverside, and Imperial
  Counties................ $ 13,795,000 $ 12,100,000
  (9) San Diego County....  $ 2,147,000  $ 1,980,000
  (10) Mono and Inyo
  Counties................  $  150,000   $  125,000

   (c) Notwithstanding the schedule in subdivision (b), each county
together with the cities and districts within that county shall be
entitled to compete for not less than two hundred thousand dollars
($200,000) in grants under category (1) of subdivision (a) of Section
5096.231.



5096.234.  Funds appropriated for local assistance grants pursuant
to subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231 shall be encumbered by the
recipient within three years of the date when the appropriation
became effective, regardless of the date when each project was
approved pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 5096.236.



5096.235.  (a) Funds available for appropriation for local
assistance grants pursuant to category (3) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 may be expended for the acquisition, development,
rehabilitation, or restoration of parks, beaches, open-space lands,
recreational trails, or recreational facilities and areas, and for
development rights or scenic easements in connection with those
acquisitions.
   (b) The funds authorized in category (4) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 shall be available as grants on a competitive basis
to cities, counties, and districts and shall be encumbered by the
recipient within three years of the date when the appropriation
became effective, regardless of the date when each project was
approved pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 5096.236. The
Director of Parks and Recreation, through the Office of Historic
Preservation, shall prepare and the Secretary of the Resources Agency
shall adopt criteria and procedures for evaluating those competitive
grants. An individual jurisdiction may enter into an agreement with
a nonprofit organization for the purpose of carrying out a grant,
subject to the requirements of subdivision (c).
   (c) Funds granted pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231
may be expended for development, rehabilitation, or restoration only
on lands owned by, or subject to a lease or other interest held by,
the applicant city, county, or district. If those lands are not owned
by the applicant, the applicant shall first demonstrate to the
satisfaction of the Director of Parks and Recreation that the
development, rehabilitation, or restoration will provide benefits
commensurate with the type and duration of interest in land held by
the applicant.
   (d) The funds authorized in category (5) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 shall be available as grants on a competitive basis
to nonprofit organizations that provide park, recreation, or open
space services or facilities to the general public. The Director of
Parks and Recreation shall prepare, and the Secretary of the
Resources Agency shall adopt, criteria and procedures for evaluating
those competitive grants.


5096.236.  (a) An application for a local assistance grant pursuant
to this article shall be submitted to the Director of Parks and
Recreation for review. Except for an application for a grant under
category (4) or (5) of subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231, the
application shall be accompanied by certification from the planning
agency of the applicant that the project is consistent with the park
and recreation plan for the applicant's jurisdiction and would
satisfy a demonstrated need.
   (b) The minimum amount that may be applied for any individual
project is ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
   (c) Every application for a grant shall comply with the provisions
of the California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000)).
   (d) Upon completion of the review of applications submitted
pursuant to subdivision (a), approved projects shall be forwarded to
the Director of Finance for inclusion in the Budget Bill.



5096.237.  (a) No state grant funds authorized under Section
5096.231 may be disbursed until the applicant agrees that any
property acquired, developed, rehabilitated, or restored with the
funds shall be used by the applicant only for the purpose for which
the funds were requested and that no other use, sale, or other
disposition of the property shall be permitted except by specific act
of the Legislature. If the use of the property is changed to one
other than permitted under the category in subdivision (a) of Section
5096.231 from which the funds were appropriated, or the property is
sold or otherwise disposed of, an amount equal to the amount of the
grant or equal to the fair market value of the real property, or
portion thereof, acquired, developed, rehabilitated, or restored with
the grant, whichever is greater, shall be used by the city, county,
or district for a purpose authorized in that category or shall be
reimbursed to the fund for a use authorized in that category.
   (b) No state grant funds authorized under Section 5096.231 may be
disbursed unless the applicant agrees to maintain and operate the
property acquired, developed, rehabilitated, or restored pursuant to
this article for a period commensurate with the type of project and
the proportion of state grant funds and local funds allocated to the
capital costs of the project.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.233-5096.237

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.233-5096.237



5096.233.  (a) All of the funds authorized in categories (1) and (2)
of subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231 shall be available for grants
on a competitive basis for projects which will fulfill one or more
of the following objectives: rehabilitation or restoration of
existing facilities, development of facilities to serve urban
populations, development of facilities which increase the grant
recipient's revenues by expanding public recreation services, or
stimulation of new jobs. After at least two public hearings, the
Director of Parks and Recreation shall prepare and the Secretary of
the Resources Agency shall adopt criteria and procedures for
evaluating those competitive grants.
   (b) The funds authorized in category (1) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 shall be available for appropriation of not more
than twenty-eight million five hundred thousand dollars ($28,500,000)
in the 1985-86 fiscal year and for appropriation of not more than
twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) in each of the 1986-87 and
1987-88 fiscal years and shall be allocated among cities, counties,
and districts located within the following regions in accordance with
the following schedule, reduced pro rata by the amount of state
administrative costs directly incurred under that category:

                                           1986-87
                              1985-86    and 1987-88
  Schedule:                 fiscal year fiscal years
  (1) Del Norte,
  Humboldt, Mendocino,
  and Lake Counties.......  $  300,000   $  250,000
  (2) Siskiyou, Modoc,
  Trinity, Shasta,
  Lassen, Tehama, Plumas,
  Glenn, Butte, and
  Colusa
  Counties................  $  700,000   $  650,000
  (3) Sierra, Sutter,
  Yuba, Nevada,
  Yolo, Placer,
  Sacramento, and
  El Dorado Counties......  $ 1,511,000  $ 1,300,000
  (4) Sonoma, Napa,
  Solano, Marin,
  Contra Costa, San
  Mateo, Alameda, and
  Santa Clara Counties
  and the City and County
  of San Francisco........  $ 6,203,000  $ 5,385,000
  (5) Amador, Alpine, San
  Joaquin,
  Calaveras, Tuolumne,
  Stanislaus, and Merced
  Counties................  $  995,000   $  850,000
  (6) Mariposa, Madera,
  Fresno,
  Kings, Tulare, and Kern
  Counties................  $ 1,580,000  $ 1,360,000
  (7) Santa Cruz, San
  Benito, Monterey, San
  Luis Obispo, and
  Santa Barbara Counties..  $ 1,119,000  $ 1,000,000
  (8) Ventura, Los
  Angeles, San
  Bernardino, Orange,
  Riverside, and Imperial
  Counties................ $ 13,795,000 $ 12,100,000
  (9) San Diego County....  $ 2,147,000  $ 1,980,000
  (10) Mono and Inyo
  Counties................  $  150,000   $  125,000

   (c) Notwithstanding the schedule in subdivision (b), each county
together with the cities and districts within that county shall be
entitled to compete for not less than two hundred thousand dollars
($200,000) in grants under category (1) of subdivision (a) of Section
5096.231.



5096.234.  Funds appropriated for local assistance grants pursuant
to subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231 shall be encumbered by the
recipient within three years of the date when the appropriation
became effective, regardless of the date when each project was
approved pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 5096.236.



5096.235.  (a) Funds available for appropriation for local
assistance grants pursuant to category (3) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 may be expended for the acquisition, development,
rehabilitation, or restoration of parks, beaches, open-space lands,
recreational trails, or recreational facilities and areas, and for
development rights or scenic easements in connection with those
acquisitions.
   (b) The funds authorized in category (4) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 shall be available as grants on a competitive basis
to cities, counties, and districts and shall be encumbered by the
recipient within three years of the date when the appropriation
became effective, regardless of the date when each project was
approved pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 5096.236. The
Director of Parks and Recreation, through the Office of Historic
Preservation, shall prepare and the Secretary of the Resources Agency
shall adopt criteria and procedures for evaluating those competitive
grants. An individual jurisdiction may enter into an agreement with
a nonprofit organization for the purpose of carrying out a grant,
subject to the requirements of subdivision (c).
   (c) Funds granted pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231
may be expended for development, rehabilitation, or restoration only
on lands owned by, or subject to a lease or other interest held by,
the applicant city, county, or district. If those lands are not owned
by the applicant, the applicant shall first demonstrate to the
satisfaction of the Director of Parks and Recreation that the
development, rehabilitation, or restoration will provide benefits
commensurate with the type and duration of interest in land held by
the applicant.
   (d) The funds authorized in category (5) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 shall be available as grants on a competitive basis
to nonprofit organizations that provide park, recreation, or open
space services or facilities to the general public. The Director of
Parks and Recreation shall prepare, and the Secretary of the
Resources Agency shall adopt, criteria and procedures for evaluating
those competitive grants.


5096.236.  (a) An application for a local assistance grant pursuant
to this article shall be submitted to the Director of Parks and
Recreation for review. Except for an application for a grant under
category (4) or (5) of subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231, the
application shall be accompanied by certification from the planning
agency of the applicant that the project is consistent with the park
and recreation plan for the applicant's jurisdiction and would
satisfy a demonstrated need.
   (b) The minimum amount that may be applied for any individual
project is ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
   (c) Every application for a grant shall comply with the provisions
of the California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000)).
   (d) Upon completion of the review of applications submitted
pursuant to subdivision (a), approved projects shall be forwarded to
the Director of Finance for inclusion in the Budget Bill.



5096.237.  (a) No state grant funds authorized under Section
5096.231 may be disbursed until the applicant agrees that any
property acquired, developed, rehabilitated, or restored with the
funds shall be used by the applicant only for the purpose for which
the funds were requested and that no other use, sale, or other
disposition of the property shall be permitted except by specific act
of the Legislature. If the use of the property is changed to one
other than permitted under the category in subdivision (a) of Section
5096.231 from which the funds were appropriated, or the property is
sold or otherwise disposed of, an amount equal to the amount of the
grant or equal to the fair market value of the real property, or
portion thereof, acquired, developed, rehabilitated, or restored with
the grant, whichever is greater, shall be used by the city, county,
or district for a purpose authorized in that category or shall be
reimbursed to the fund for a use authorized in that category.
   (b) No state grant funds authorized under Section 5096.231 may be
disbursed unless the applicant agrees to maintain and operate the
property acquired, developed, rehabilitated, or restored pursuant to
this article for a period commensurate with the type of project and
the proportion of state grant funds and local funds allocated to the
capital costs of the project.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 5096.233-5096.237

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 5096.233-5096.237



5096.233.  (a) All of the funds authorized in categories (1) and (2)
of subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231 shall be available for grants
on a competitive basis for projects which will fulfill one or more
of the following objectives: rehabilitation or restoration of
existing facilities, development of facilities to serve urban
populations, development of facilities which increase the grant
recipient's revenues by expanding public recreation services, or
stimulation of new jobs. After at least two public hearings, the
Director of Parks and Recreation shall prepare and the Secretary of
the Resources Agency shall adopt criteria and procedures for
evaluating those competitive grants.
   (b) The funds authorized in category (1) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 shall be available for appropriation of not more
than twenty-eight million five hundred thousand dollars ($28,500,000)
in the 1985-86 fiscal year and for appropriation of not more than
twenty-five million dollars ($25,000,000) in each of the 1986-87 and
1987-88 fiscal years and shall be allocated among cities, counties,
and districts located within the following regions in accordance with
the following schedule, reduced pro rata by the amount of state
administrative costs directly incurred under that category:

                                           1986-87
                              1985-86    and 1987-88
  Schedule:                 fiscal year fiscal years
  (1) Del Norte,
  Humboldt, Mendocino,
  and Lake Counties.......  $  300,000   $  250,000
  (2) Siskiyou, Modoc,
  Trinity, Shasta,
  Lassen, Tehama, Plumas,
  Glenn, Butte, and
  Colusa
  Counties................  $  700,000   $  650,000
  (3) Sierra, Sutter,
  Yuba, Nevada,
  Yolo, Placer,
  Sacramento, and
  El Dorado Counties......  $ 1,511,000  $ 1,300,000
  (4) Sonoma, Napa,
  Solano, Marin,
  Contra Costa, San
  Mateo, Alameda, and
  Santa Clara Counties
  and the City and County
  of San Francisco........  $ 6,203,000  $ 5,385,000
  (5) Amador, Alpine, San
  Joaquin,
  Calaveras, Tuolumne,
  Stanislaus, and Merced
  Counties................  $  995,000   $  850,000
  (6) Mariposa, Madera,
  Fresno,
  Kings, Tulare, and Kern
  Counties................  $ 1,580,000  $ 1,360,000
  (7) Santa Cruz, San
  Benito, Monterey, San
  Luis Obispo, and
  Santa Barbara Counties..  $ 1,119,000  $ 1,000,000
  (8) Ventura, Los
  Angeles, San
  Bernardino, Orange,
  Riverside, and Imperial
  Counties................ $ 13,795,000 $ 12,100,000
  (9) San Diego County....  $ 2,147,000  $ 1,980,000
  (10) Mono and Inyo
  Counties................  $  150,000   $  125,000

   (c) Notwithstanding the schedule in subdivision (b), each county
together with the cities and districts within that county shall be
entitled to compete for not less than two hundred thousand dollars
($200,000) in grants under category (1) of subdivision (a) of Section
5096.231.



5096.234.  Funds appropriated for local assistance grants pursuant
to subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231 shall be encumbered by the
recipient within three years of the date when the appropriation
became effective, regardless of the date when each project was
approved pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 5096.236.



5096.235.  (a) Funds available for appropriation for local
assistance grants pursuant to category (3) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 may be expended for the acquisition, development,
rehabilitation, or restoration of parks, beaches, open-space lands,
recreational trails, or recreational facilities and areas, and for
development rights or scenic easements in connection with those
acquisitions.
   (b) The funds authorized in category (4) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 shall be available as grants on a competitive basis
to cities, counties, and districts and shall be encumbered by the
recipient within three years of the date when the appropriation
became effective, regardless of the date when each project was
approved pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 5096.236. The
Director of Parks and Recreation, through the Office of Historic
Preservation, shall prepare and the Secretary of the Resources Agency
shall adopt criteria and procedures for evaluating those competitive
grants. An individual jurisdiction may enter into an agreement with
a nonprofit organization for the purpose of carrying out a grant,
subject to the requirements of subdivision (c).
   (c) Funds granted pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231
may be expended for development, rehabilitation, or restoration only
on lands owned by, or subject to a lease or other interest held by,
the applicant city, county, or district. If those lands are not owned
by the applicant, the applicant shall first demonstrate to the
satisfaction of the Director of Parks and Recreation that the
development, rehabilitation, or restoration will provide benefits
commensurate with the type and duration of interest in land held by
the applicant.
   (d) The funds authorized in category (5) of subdivision (a) of
Section 5096.231 shall be available as grants on a competitive basis
to nonprofit organizations that provide park, recreation, or open
space services or facilities to the general public. The Director of
Parks and Recreation shall prepare, and the Secretary of the
Resources Agency shall adopt, criteria and procedures for evaluating
those competitive grants.


5096.236.  (a) An application for a local assistance grant pursuant
to this article shall be submitted to the Director of Parks and
Recreation for review. Except for an application for a grant under
category (4) or (5) of subdivision (a) of Section 5096.231, the
application shall be accompanied by certification from the planning
agency of the applicant that the project is consistent with the park
and recreation plan for the applicant's jurisdiction and would
satisfy a demonstrated need.
   (b) The minimum amount that may be applied for any individual
project is ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
   (c) Every application for a grant shall comply with the provisions
of the California Environmental Quality Act (Division 13 (commencing
with Section 21000)).
   (d) Upon completion of the review of applications submitted
pursuant to subdivision (a), approved projects shall be forwarded to
the Director of Finance for inclusion in the Budget Bill.



5096.237.  (a) No state grant funds authorized under Section
5096.231 may be disbursed until the applicant agrees that any
property acquired, developed, rehabilitated, or restored with the
funds shall be used by the applicant only for the purpose for which
the funds were requested and that no other use, sale, or other
disposition of the property shall be permitted except by specific act
of the Legislature. If the use of the property is changed to one
other than permitted under the category in subdivision (a) of Section
5096.231 from which the funds were appropriated, or the property is
sold or otherwise disposed of, an amount equal to the amount of the
grant or equal to the fair market value of the real property, or
portion thereof, acquired, developed, rehabilitated, or restored with
the grant, whichever is greater, shall be used by the city, county,
or district for a purpose authorized in that category or shall be
reimbursed to the fund for a use authorized in that category.
   (b) No state grant funds authorized under Section 5096.231 may be
disbursed unless the applicant agrees to maintain and operate the
property acquired, developed, rehabilitated, or restored pursuant to
this article for a period commensurate with the type of project and
the proportion of state grant funds and local funds allocated to the
capital costs of the project.


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