20 April 2006F2F Neighborhood Meeting9 FUNDING OPTIONS Bear in mind: Plan adoption ≠ project initiation A plan lets City know where projects are wanted and can lead to further work on resources needed to develop projects Additional public involvement is required Information about design, cost, and financial resources is developed and provided to affected parties See Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the Infrastructure Plan for more information
20 April 2006F2F Neighborhood Meeting10 FUNDING OPTIONS LAUNDRY LIST Private (Developer) Subdivision approval condition Federal Russell Street, CTEP, CMAQ Special Improvement Districts (SIDs) Curb, gutter, sidewalk, lighting Sidewalks can be ordered in by City Deferred loan programs are available for those who meet criteria (income, owner-occupied, residential) Grants & loans City grants programs Capital Improvement Program (CIP) City CIP projects
20 April 2006F2F Neighborhood Meeting11 INFORMATION Franklin to the Fort Infrastructure Plan http://www.co.missoula.mt.us/opgweb/LongRange/Franklin2Fort.htm Franklin to the Fort Neighborhood Council http://www.missoula-neighborhoods.org/franklintothefort/ City of Missoula Low income Loan Program http://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/publicworks/LoanProgram.htm City of Missoula Public Works Project List ftp://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/Documents/Public%20Works/PublicWorksProj ects.pdf
20 April 2006F2F Neighborhood Meeting12 INFORMATION City of Missoula Capital Improvements Program (CIP) http://www.ci.missoula.mt.us/finance/cip_projects_05-09.htm City of Missoula Block Grant Program http://www.co.missoula.mt.us/opgweb/Grants/grants.htm
20 April 2006F2F Neighborhood Meeting13 HOW TO COMMENT Write: F2F Steering Committee 1731 S. 11th St. West Missoula MT 59801 E-mail: email@example.com Call: David V. Gray – 721.4159 Dave Prescott – 258.4676
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