Chairwoman Rosa DeLauro announced that the U.S. House Committee on Appropriations will be soliciting Community Project Funding (CPF) requests from Members in addition to the standard programmatic and language-based requests. Each Member is limited to no more than 10 Community Project Funding requests across all subcommittees for Fiscal Year 2022, and there is no guarantee that projects will be funded. The FY22 CPF process has a limited scope with combined earmarks capped at 1% of all discretionary spending and eligible accounts restricted to those listed in the table below.

Please note:

  • A request submitted through the website does NOT guarantee the project will be selected.
  • The selection of a project does NOT guarantee it will be funded by the Appropriations Committee.


Eligibility:
Only state and local government entities, public institutions, and non-profit entities are eligible to submit and receive funding through CPF. Funding cannot be directed to for-profit entities and will not include waivers for State or local match requirements. While matching funds do not have to be in-hand prior to the request, requesting entities must have a plan to meet such requirements for the project to be viable. Additionally, each submission must be for FY22 only and cannot include multiyear funding requests. The Committee will only consider projects with demonstrated community support in the form of: letters from local elected officials; press articles highlighting need; support from newspaper editorial boards; mentions on State intended use plans, community development plans, or other publicly available planning documents; resolutions passed by city councils or boards; etc.


Transparency:
The final 10 CPF requests selected and submitted to the Appropriations Committee will be posted on this page. Members will be required to certify that neither they nor their immediate family have a financial interest in the CPF requests made.

Listed in submitting organization alphabetical order, as soon as Appropriations Subcommittee deadlines close (as late as end of May):

The proposed recipient: California Mobility Center
The address of the recipient: 6000 J Street, MS 6143, Sacramento, CA 95819
The amount of the request: $1,998,903
Request Description: The Mobility and Advanced Manufacturing Career Pathways Program will provide needed job-readiness and technical training for mobility and advanced manufacturing jobs, providing needed opportunities for underserved populations to transition to new high quality careers in mobility and clean tech.
Financial Transparency Document
Submission

The proposed recipient: California State University, Sacramento
The address of the recipient: 6000 J Street, Sacramento CA 95819
The amount of the request: $250,000
Request Description: The funding would be used to create a Cybersecurity Education Security Operations Center (eSOC) in an existing campus building, as well as to purchase equipment for a classroom of 25 students, which would include control stations with computers, video units, servers, software and wall units.

The proposed recipient: California State University, Sacramento
The address of the recipient: 6000 J Street, Sacramento CA 95819
The amount of the request: $584,000
Request Description: The funding would be used for the purchase state-of-the-art equipment to support a new power engineering laboratory in order to meet current teaching and workforce demands. The equipment will help create hands-on learning environments for electric power generation, transmission, distribution, and protection.
Submission

The proposed recipient: City of Sacramento
The address of the recipient: 915 I Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
The amount of the request: $2,200,000
Request Description: The funding would be used to engineer and build critical transportation safety infrastructure around schools, including installation of crosswalks, curb ramps, traffic calming tools, new signs, and similar features to improve safety for the students and residents of the surrounding neighborhoods.
Financial Transparency Document
Submission

The proposed recipient: City of Sacramento
The address of the recipient: 
1395 35th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95822
The amount of the request: 
$1,500,000
Request Description: 
The funding would be used to alleviate the wastewater overflow problem in the area around 24th Street and K Street by installing 2,700 linear feet of 108-inch diameter pipe on 24th Street between H and K Streets. This 108-inch pipe will provide storage to the combined system in the area to help prevent outflows and flooding. Additionally, this project will install a weir structure at the intersection of K and 25th Streets.
Financial Transparency Document
Submission

The proposed recipient: City of Sacramento
The address of the recipient: 
1395 35th Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95822
The amount of the request:
 $2,000,000
Request Description: 
The funding would be used to install almost 3,000 linear feet of larger sized pipes measuring from 21 to 36 inches in diameter in the area between 21st Street to 25th Street and W Street to U Street. Additionally, an overflow storage facility will be installed that will be capable of holding a volume of 1.2 million gallons of combined storm water and wastewater.
 
The proposed recipient: City of West Sacramento
The address of the recipient: 
1110 West Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento, CA 95691
The amount of the request: 
$1,800,000
Request Description: 
The funding would be used to pave 5.6 miles of new Class l Bike Path improvements on the crown of the recently constructed Southport Setback Levee, located along the Sacramento River in West Sacramento.
Financial Transparency Document
Submission

The proposed recipient: Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency
The address of the recipient: 801 12th Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
The amount of the request: $1,125,000
Request Description: The funding would be used for construction of the proposed on-site Early Childhood Education Center, which will provide families with access to a high-quality program that will enable parents to attend school, and to secure employment in the rapidly growing Sacramento economy.
Financial Transparency Document
Submission

The proposed recipient: UC Davis Health  
The address of the recipient: 2315 Stockton Blvd., Sacramento, CA 95817
The amount of the request: $1,699,196
Request Description: The funding would be used for the creation a regional digital public health platform to improve access to and continuity of care for vulnerable populations in the Sacramento area, northern California region and beyond.
Submission

The proposed recipient: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Non-Federal Sponsor:
Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency (SAFCA)
The address of the Non-Federal Sponsor: 1007 7th Street 7th Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814
The amount of the request: $750,000
Request Description: The Yolo Bypass Study, authorized in WRDA 2020, would develop a comprehensive, collaborative investigation of water & related resources planning, implementation & management within the Yolo Bypass System.
Financial Transparency Document
Submission