Community Enhancement Program
Local non-profit entities may be eligible for Community Enhancement (CE) grant funding from the County to stimulate tourism, promote the economy, create jobs and improve quality of life.
Non-profits that suffered losses due to COVID-19 may qualify for additional funds.
Eligible entities and activities may include: cultural activities, museums, visitor and convention bureaus, economic development councils and other similar institutions/organizations, including County programs and projects.
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Download the Community Enhancement Grant Application.
Additional Grant Opportunities:
Check your eligibility and apply for a Stimulus Grant.
- Community Enhancement Program Documentation of Grant Expenditures Instructions
Grant Expenditure Documentation Instructional
Community Enhancement Program Post Award
- Questions? Email email@example.com.
Technical help? Call 858-694-2205.
- Read Policy B-58: Funding of the Community Enhancement Program
- Subscribe online to receive information on Community Enhancement via email.
The Community Enhancement Program funding comes from a set percent of Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) revenues. Assistance for entities impacted by COVID-19 is funded by Board of Supervisors allocated federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding.
Grant funds shall not be used for any purposes prohibited by laws governing the use of public funds, including but not limited to, religious, political campaigning, or purely private purposes or activities.
Final award recommendations are made by individual Board of
Supervisors district offices based on the availability of funds,
program guidelines, and the submission of all required information and
Fiscal Year 2022-23 Community Enhancement Awards:
Past Community Enhancement Program Awards:
Community Enhancement Awards FY
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2019-2020
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2018-2019
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2018-2019
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2017-2018
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2017-2018
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2016-2017
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2016-2017
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2015-2016
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2015-2016
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2014-2015
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2014-2015
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2013-2014
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2013-2014
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2012-2013
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2012-2013
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2011-2012
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2011-2012
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2010-2011
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2010-2011
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2009-2010
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2009-2010
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2008-2009
Detail of Awards by Individual Supervisor FY 2008-2009
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2007-2008
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2006-2007
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2005-2006
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2004-2005
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2003-2004
Community Enhancement Awards FY 2002-2003
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