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Grant Solicitations Released
The Port of Long Beach is excited to announce the release of two solicitations for air filtration projects and community health programs. Below, please find links to the full descriptions of each RFP. Once you have read the general RFP description, evaluation criteria, and the respective guidelines for each program, please complete the online application for your respective project. If you are applying for air filtration, make sure to complete the additional budget form and attach it via the application website. Please note the Port will not accept applications via e-mail, mail, or in-person. All applications must be completed using the links below.
Air Filtration Projects
Community Health Programs
The Port of Long Beach held public workshops on April 19 for the first round of a new, $46.4 million program created to help communities most affected by goods movement in San Pedro Bay. Webcasts of the workshops and the presentations are now available online.
Two workshops about this year’s call for applications cover health programs for asthma and air filters for schools, day-care centers and other facilities:
A post-solicitation follow up workshop was held May 10 for the Community Health Program; a follow-up on the Air Filtration Program will be held May 25 at 2 p.m. at the Port's Interim Administrative Offices, 4801 Airport Plaza Drive, Long Beach.
The solicitations are part of the first round of the Port Community Grants Program. The funding will be distributed over the next 12 to 15 years and adds to the $18.2 million awarded under a previous grant program, making the total commitment to the community almost $65 million. No other port authority in the country has voluntarily committed as much money to community-based mitigation.