What are we tracking?
California’s $3.7 billion Climate Resilience Package, adopted as part of the FY 2021-22 State Budget, includes allocations to existing programs and a set of new programs, to be developed by the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR), the California Strategic Growth Council (SGC), and other state agencies, across multiple years. Nearly $370 million was appropriated through the FY 2021-22 State Budget; commitments for future years (FY 2022-23 and FY 2023-24) will need to be appropriated in their respective annual budgets in order for corresponding programs to receive funding.
This tracker has been developed to provide our best estimation of program development and grantmaking timelines for new climate resilience grant programs as a resource for California’s climate resilience practitioners. While this tracker has been informed by direct engagement with program staff, please note that all content included here is subject to change and, unless otherwise stated, only reflects ARCCA staff estimates. We encourage all users to visit agency websites to view official timelines.
The following grant programs are included in this tracker. If you have updated information to share or suggestions or other new grant programs for ARCCA to track, please contact Julia Kim at email@example.com.
- OPR Adaptation Planning Grant Program
- OPR Regional Resilience Planning and Implementation Grant Program
- SGC Community Resilience Centers Grant Program
- OPR Community Resilience and Heat Grant Program
- SGC Regional Climate Collaboratives Grant Program
Last Updated: May 16, 2023
Please note that ARCCA is in the process of reviewing the Governor’s January Proposed Budget and this page does not currently reflect proposed program budget changes.