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Delta Regional Authority States Economic Development Assistance Program (SEDAP)

This funding record is inactive. Please see the program website or contact the program sponsor to determine if this program is currently accepting applications or will open again in the future.

Sponsor
Delta Regional Authority
Deadlines
May 31, 2017
Contact

Contact the Local Development District office that covers the county or parish of the project location.

Purpose

Delta Regional Authority Economic Development Assistance Program offers grants to help Delta communities create jobs and improve infrastructure.

SEDAP may be used to fund projects for basic public infrastructure, transportation infrastructure, business development including entrepreneurship and workforce training. Priority areas include:

  • Innovation and small business: projects must relate to job creation and/or retention. This category includes healthy workforce solutions, which will result in health metrics and improved employment data for a specific employer or business sector.
  • Regional approach: projects must provide benefits in multiple counties or parishes, or multiple municipalities within a single county or parish.
  • Emergency funding need: projects must demonstrate that the negative implications of inaction would result in immediate and detrimental health and/or safety issues for the population served.
  • Incorporated resiliency planning: projects located in communities or service areas that have incorporated disaster and resiliency planning into the local planning efforts
Eligibility

Entities that are eligible to apply for DRA funding include:

  • Participating member states
  • Local governments (city and county/parish)
  • Nonprofit entities
Applicants must be located in the 252 counties and parishes served by the Delta Regional Authority.
Geographic coverage
Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee.
Amount of funding

Total project investment: $23,380,296

Information on the calculation of the allocation by state is available in the application instructions.

Application process
Tagged as
Capital funding · Community and economic development · Delta Region · Emergency preparedness and response · Infrastructure · Self-sufficiency · Transportation · Alabama · Arkansas · Illinois · Kentucky · Louisiana · Mississippi · Missouri · Tennessee



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