No Local Match Requirement for OKI 2021 5310 Funding.
Application Deadline Extended to noon Friday, February 26, 2021.
The Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriation Act (CRRSAA) has waived the 20% local match requirement for FTA Section 5310 funding awards of unobligated funds. OKI currently has $2,188,212.60 of unobligated funding now available to 5310 subrecipients without a 20% match requirement.
To allow eligible agencies not considering 2021 applications, OKI is extending the application deadline from February 5, 2021 to noon February 26, 2021.
More information regarding this round of funding including the application form and the December 15, 2020 applicant workshop presentation may be found at https://funding.oki.org/
Under the Section 5310 program, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) provides federal funds for activities including the purchase of equipment to support transportation services for the elderly and people with disabilities where existing transportation is unavailable, inappropriate or insufficient.
OKI, as the Designated Recipient of the Section 5310 federal funds in the Cincinnati urbanized area, is responsible for managing the program for agencies located in Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren counties in Southwest Ohio; Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties in Northern Kentucky and Dearborn County in Southeast Indiana.
Private nonprofit (501(c) (3)) corporations, public bodies identified by their state as lead agencies in a coordination project, or public bodies which certify that no private nonprofit corporations exist within their jurisdiction for the provision of elderly and disabled transportation are eligible to apply for Section 5310 federal funds.
For more information, please contact Summer Jones at email@example.com.