Tarrant County is accepting proposals for projects from nonprofit, local government, and quasi-governmental agencies that respond to the focus areas and goals guiding the County’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The following three focus areas are being considered for projects:
• Improve Public Health and Wellness
• Revitalize the Economy
• Strengthen the Community
The County will begin accepting applications at noon on April 18. Respondents will have until May 16 at 5 p.m. to respond to the call and propose programs.
“At every step in this process, we’ve asked for public input to help assess the needs in Tarrant County as a result of the pandemic,” said Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley. “Now, we’re asking community leaders for their continued involvement and best recommendations to ensure these once-in-a-lifetime funds become sustainable investments that transform our community long into the future.”
After the close of the call, the applications will be screened for completion and scored based on program readiness, risk assessment score, availability of matching funds, and alignment with the Needs and Resources Assessment .
Funding for this call has been approved by the Commissioners Court as part of Tarrant County’s American Rescue Plan Act - State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds program.
Information on the Call for Proposals: Community Programs can be found at www.tarrantcounty.com/recovery
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