||Parks and Recreation Trust Fund
||Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Parks and Recreation
||The Parks and Recreation Trust Fund was authorized by the General Assembly (G.S. 113-44.15) to establish a matching grant program for qualified local governmental units for local parks and recreation purposes. The program's primary funding is revenues from the excise stamp tax on real property transfers and it also receives a portion of the fees from personalized license plates as well as investment earnings credited to the assets in the fund.
||North Carolina counties and incorporated municipalities are eligible for PARTF grants. Public authorities, as defined by N.C. General Statute 159-7, are also eligible if they are authorized to acquire land or develop recreational facilities for the general public. A public authority that is considering a PARTF grant should provide its regional consultant with proof of eligibility as soon as possible.Request for Proposals are due by January 31 of each fiscal year.
|| State Amount not specified
|| Federal Amount not specified
|| parks, recreation, conservation