City Council Community Projects, Programs and Services (CPPS) funding is awarded to non-profit organizations and public agencies for one-time community, social, environmental, cultural, and recreational needs that serve a lawful public purpose. The City Council Office CPPS Funding Program is governed by Council Policy 100-06. Funds awarded to organizations and agencies are paid on a reimbursement basis and are at the discretion of each Council Office.
The application will be open from July 1- July 31, 2022. Applicants must complete and submit the application by July 31, 2022. Council Administration will evaluate the strength of each applicant’s ability to manage a City contract using the information provided in the application. Each applicant is assigned one of two grades: 1) Qualified, or 2) Not Qualified. Funding awards may be recommended by a Council District based on further review. However, all funding awards to public agencies or non-profit organizations must be approved by the full City Council.
NOTE: Not all Qualified applicants will receive funding. Funding allocations are at the discretion of Council Offices and can be canceled at any time.
A complete application consists of the following:
Note: Items 2-8 will be attachments to your application. Please complete pages 1-3 on the EOC Workforce Report.
Please note that the liability insurance requirement has been waived for FY23.
Your funding application will be sent via Seamless Docs to our email address at CPPS@sandiego.gov. Your organization will receive a confirmation email from Seamless Docs once your application has been submitted.
Applicants are encouraged to submit applications and required documentation prior to the deadline to correct potential errors. Applications are evaluated based on completeness and fulfillment of City of San Diego contracting requirements.
Applicants who did not meet the requirements will be deemed “Not Qualified” and will enter a 5-day Cure Period. Council Administration will share issues identified in the application and applicants will have 5 days to reach a status of Qualified. Applicants unable to reach the Qualified status will be directed to resources to improve their competitiveness for future funding cycles.
Please note that not all qualified applicants will receive funding. Funding allocations are at the discretion of Council Offices. It is recommended that your organization reaches out to the Council Office(s) after your application has been submitted. Each Council Office has limited CPPS funds to award organizations, it is in your best interest to advocate for your organization. Please follow the instructions carefully and contact Council Administration with any questions.
For questions, please email CPPS@SanDiego.gov or contact Council Administration directly.