Grant Funding:
Opportunities for Cities, Counties and Districts.

Are you looking for funding on your next project?

Coastland | DCCM’s Funding Task Force is prepared to answer your questions and help you find the best-fit funding source for your project. Our experienced engineers are here to discuss eligibility, deadlines and other aspects of a wide range of funding programs. Check out some of the grant funding opportunities that may be available to you and contact us for a consultation.

Statewide program encourages increased use of active modes of transportation, such as biking and walking.

Read more about the Active Transportation Program

Grants for public infrastructure improvements, multi-family housing rehabilitation and community facilities, primarily for low- and moderate-incomes.

Read more about the Community Development Block Grant

Federal (FEMA) and State (OES) assistance for pre and post emergency or disaster related projects.

More information on FEMA or More information on OES

The Clean Water SRF program provides low-cost financing for a wide range of water quality infrastructure projects. The Drinking Water SRF program aims to ensure safe drinking water.

More information on CWSRF or More information on DWSRF

Helps public agencies with populations less than 50,000 support housing, community facilities and community and economic development projects in rural areas.

More information on USDA Rural Communities

Economic development assistance programs to help communities prevent, prepare for and respond to COVID.

More information about EDA Cares Act Recovery Assistance

Maintains MTC’s commitment to regional transportation by investing in local street and road maintenance, streetscapes, bicycle and pedestrian improvements and transportation planning.

More information about One Bay Area Grants

Federal-aid program aims to reduce traffic fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads.

More information about the Highway Safety Improvement Program

Promotes the beneficial use of storm water and dry weather runoff in California.

More information about the Storm Water Grant Program

Our financial capabilities go well beyond the traditional services that most engineering firms offer. We have worked in the industry for decades as contract city and district engineers helping numerous public agencies prioritize and position their projects to win funding.

Coastland | DCCM has successfully assisted numerous communities across Northern California obtain funding through a variety of financing techniques and sources. Our Funding Task Force will recommend funding sources, complete applications, ensure all grant requirements are met and process the project through completion.

Additionally, we have assisted our clients with a variety of other programs including:

  • Infrastructure Financing Programs
  • AB 1600 Development Impact Fee Programs
  • 1972 and 1982 Act Landscaping and Lighting Assessment District (LLAD)
  • 1911, 1913 and 1915 Act Assessment Districts
  • 1982 Act Street and Storm Drain Maintenance Districts
  • Utility Undergrounding Districts
  • Cost of Service Studies (Water and Sewer)
  • Rate Studies
  • Reimbursement Agreements and Areas of Benefit
Repeat clients
Years in business
Offices throughout Northern California
Million+ total successful grant funding secured for clients
Cities, counties & districts served
Contract city/district engineering clients

“Coastland’s personalized approach to our engineering needs allow our citizens to fully grasp anticipated project benefits.”

Steve Holsinger, City Manager City of Willows