Grant Projects Listing Website
The Texas General Land Office has created a user-friendly, searchable website dedicated to grant projects so you can find information about the many projects receiving funding along the Texas coast. You can search by primary funding source or choose from many filtering options.
Texas Coastal Management Program Grant Application Open
Texas Coastal Management Program (CMP) funding supports projects that address environmental problems affecting the Texas coastal zone and promote sustainable economic development.
Application information for CMP Cycle #24 will be available in April 2018.
Grant Workshop Reference Information
- Environmental Compliance Requirements Document
Overview of NEPA and environmental compliance requirements for NOAA funded CMP projects.
- Environmental Compliance Review
Summary of the environmental compliance requirements for the CMP grant application process.
- Texas CMP Grant Overview Presentation
Presentation given to potential applicants at grant workshops.
Coastal Erosion Planning Response Act (CEPRA)
Applications considered for funding include studies and projects intended to address habitat restoration, coastal erosion, mitigate the effect of coastal erosion, or maintain or enhance beach stability or width.
- CEPRA Project Goal Summary Guidance Document
Provides an overview of CEPRA program funding application process, general instructions for completing a PGS application, and guidance on how the application will be evaluated for consideration.
- CEPRA Project Goal Summary Application (PGS)
Application required for Coastal Erosion Planning & Response Act Program for regular or emergency funding submission. The deadline for submission of the Project Goal Summary application is July 1, 2017.
- CEPRA Structure App Guidance
Guidance for Completing and Submitting the Structure Relocation/Demolition Expense Reimbursement Application Form
- CEPRA Structure Relocation Application
Application required for consideration of regular or emergency relocation or demolition a structure on the public beach.