Conservation Futures Program Advisory Board

Notice:

Invitation to Apply:

The Snohomish County Conservation Futures Program Advisory Board (CFPAB) is pleased to announce that applications are being accepted from April 30, 2018 to June 8, 2018 at 5:00 p.m. for potential funding assistance from the Snohomish County Conservation Futures Program. The CFPAB anticipates application review at the June 25, 2018 board meeting and recommendation to the Snohomish County Council in July 2018. Program funding is available on a reimbursement basis. It is anticipated that approximately $1.9 million dollars will be available during this grant round for distribution to eligible organizations/jurisdictions per Snohomish County Code Section 4.14.

Allocation Policies

  • Snohomish County will allocate Conservation Futures Program funds on a competitive basis through an application and evaluative project selection process.
  • Conservation Futures Program resources are allocated on a county-wide basis to assure that the most highly rated projects receive funding.
  • Matching funds are encouraged.
  • Projects may be funded at a level below the amount requested by the project sponsor, as recommended by the CFPAB and forwarded through the County Executive to the Snohomish County Council for review and final consideration for funding approval.

Application Submission and Due Date

Grant applications and accompanying attachments must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. June 8, 2018. Submissions received after this time will not be accepted. Final grant applications can be submitted by mail, or via hand delivery, using information provided in the application package. If submitting by mail, the submittal must be postmarked by the submission deadline. Submittals shall consist of eight double sided copies of the application along with one digital copy (.pdf). Detailed instructions for completing the application are found within this package. An editable (.docx) version of this document is below.

Grant Application Package

The grant application package can be downloaded here:

  1. Word (".docx") version
  2. PDF version

About the Board


The Snohomish County Conservation Futures Program was started in 1988 as a way to distribute Conservation Futures Property Tax Funds as authorized by RCW 84.34.230. The purpose of this funding is to acquire interests, or rights, in real property for the preservation of open space, farm and agricultural land, and timber land per SCC 4.14.010. These resources are available through the County’s authority to levy up to six and one-quarter cents per thousand dollars on all taxable property within the County for the purpose of acquiring open space.
The Conservation Futures Program Advisory Board (CFPAB) makes recommendations to the Snohomish County Council for projects to be funded as part of the Conservation Futures Program, and develop strategic, long-range plans for the program. Recommendations from the CFPAB are forwarded to the Snohomish County Executive for transmittal to the County Council for final action. The CFPAB consists of the County Executive (or designee); two members of County Council; one elected official selected by all cities and towns whose population base, independently, is 10,000 or greater, one elected official selected by all cities and towns whose population base, independently, is less than 10,000, and two members representing citizens of Snohomish County. Board members serve four-year terms.
Since 1988 over $80 million dollars has been expended to acquire land or easements throughout the county by Snohomish County, cities and towns and eligible non-profit organizations, as allowed by state law.

Contact David McConnell at 425-388-6627 for more information.

Members


2018 Conservation Futures Board Matrix

Meeting Schedule


Regular meetings are held in early spring and late summer of each year and special meetings are scheduled as needed.

The next meeting of the Conservation Futures Program Advisory Board is tentatively scheduled for June 25th. The meeting will be held at McCollum County Park. Further details to follow soon.

If you would like to be notified of upcoming meetings, please contact David McConnell at 425-388-6627.


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Agendas and Minutes

Agendas and Minutes
Meeting Dates Agendas Minutes
6/25/2018 Regular Meeting 6/25/2018 Agenda 6/25/2018 Minutes Pending
3/21/2018 Regular Meeting 3/21/2018 - Agenda 03/21/2018 Draft Minutes
4/5/2017 Reg-Meeting Continuation 4/5/2017 Agenda 4/5/2017 Minutes
3/30/2017 Regular Meeting 3/30/2017 Agenda 3/30/2017 See 4/5/2017
12/20/2016 Special Meeting 12/20/2016 Agenda 12/20/2016 Minutes
8/30/2016 Special Meeting 8/30/2016 Agenda-Location Changed! 8/30/2016 Minutes
8/11/2016 Special Meeting/Celebration 8/11/2016 Agenda 8/11/2016 Minutes
1/27/2016 Regular Meeting 1/27/2016 Agenda 1/27/2016-Meeting Postponed
6/2/2015 Regular Meeting 6/2/2015 Agenda 6/2/2015 Minutes
1/28/2015 Regular Meeting 1/28/2015 Agenda 1/28/2015 Minutes
11/07/2014 Special Meeting 11/07/2014 Agenda 11/07/2014 Minutes
4/29/2014 Regular Meeting 4/29/2014 Agenda 4/29/2014 Minutes
1/30/2014 Regular Meeting 1/30/2014 Agenda 1/30/2014 Minutes
8/23/2013 Special Meeting 8/23/2013 Agenda 8/23/2013 Minutes
8/21/2013 Special Meeting 8/21/2013 Agenda 8/21/2013 Minutes
8/20/2013 Special Meeting 8/20/2013 Agenda 8/20/2013 Minutes
5/1/2013 Regular Meeting 5/1/2013 Agenda 5/1/2013 Minutes
4/2/2013 Special Meeting 4/2/2013 Agenda 4/2/2013 Minutes
1/15/2013 Regular Meeting 1/15/2013 Agenda 1/15/2013 Minutes
09/26/2012 Special Meeting 09/26/2012 Agenda 09/26/2012 Minutes
05/22/2012 Regular Meeting 05/22/2012 Agenda 05/22/2012 Minutes
05/09/2011 Regular Meeting 05/09/2011 Agenda 05/09/2011 Minutes
07/23/2010 Regular Meeting 07/23/2010 Agenda 07/23/2010 Minutes