LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND
GRANT AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT
The National Park Service is pleased to provide you with the following information on a Land and Water Conservation Fund grant award that is ready for public release.
The LWCF State & Local Assistance Program provides matching grants for local and state park projects outside national park boundaries. LWCF grants are locally determined and competed at the state level through a process designed and managed by our state partners. These grants help build and protect a "seamless system of parks" from back-yard to back-country.
Since 1965, the National Park Service has provided more than 40,000 LWCF grants to states and local communities. LWCF funding is separate from NPS operational appropriations and comes primarily from off-shore oil lease revenue through annual congressional appropriation.
Date of Award: September 9, 2021 Grant No: 29-01727
Amount of Grant Award (Federal Share): $68,513.00
Total Project Cost: $137,026.00
Project Title: Hillcrest and Linc Park Improvement Project
Project Sponsor and Address:
City of Popular Bluff
501 Vine Street
Poplar Bluff, MO 63901
Scope of the Grant:
The City of Poplar Bluff plans to make improvements to both Hillcrest and Linc Parks through the purchase of new playground equipment and the installation of new fencing and backstops for the park’s athletic fields.
For further information, please contact:
Name of Staff Contact: Ryan David
National Park Service Office: Midwest Regional Office
Telephone No: 402-661-1572 601 Riverfront Drive
Fax No.: 402-661-1573 Omaha, NE 68102
The Land and Water Conservation Fund grants-in-aid program provides matching grants to States and through States to local units of government for the acquisition and development of public parks.