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Since 1999, St. Lucie County grant writers have pursued grant funding from outside agencies. Without this outside grant revenue, some county projects would have been unattainable. The Board of County Commissioners' Innovation and Performance Management Division has secured money for development of boat ramps, parks, sidewalks, roads, the emergency operations center, the special needs shelter, the port, energy-efficiency programs and the acquisition of environmentally sensitive lands. Other departments within the county seek out and rely on grant dollars to provide services to the public.  More than $16 million in state and federal projects benefited residents throughout St. Lucie County fiscal year ended Sept. 30, 2018.

For a list of grant projects funded during that period click here.

Community Development Block Grant-Mitigation: Rebuild Florida General Planning Support Program
With $20 million in Community Development Block Grant - Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) funding, the Rebuild Florida General Planning Support Program is designed to provide funding opportunities to units of general local government (UGLG), educational institutions, state agencies, and non-profits for the purpose of developing and updating state, regional and local plans.

Public Notice Announcement
This notice is provided to allow public comment on the proposed grant applications.

Countywide Mobility Plan English
Countywide Mobility Plan Spanish
Countywide Mobility Plan Haitian Creole
St. Lucie Regional Resiliency Plan English
St. Lucie Regional Resiliency Plan Haitian Creole
St. Lucie Regional Resiliency Plan Spanish
Stormwater Master Plan English
Stormwater Master Plan Haitian Creole
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Public Comment
The public comment period will be open Wednesday, July 1 and will close Friday, July 17 at 5 p.m.. The public may provide comments here.