Over 7,500 parks have been created or improved with OGALS' grants since 1965. Explore the legacy below!
State Park Grant Programs Projects
Park Funding - Office of Grants and Local Services (OGALS), since 1965
State bond acts from 1965 to 1988 and other OGALS grants including the Recreational Trails Program and Habitat Conservation Fund will be added to this page's search options soon.
$4,767,714,141 Total Granted
Statewide Park Development and Community Revitalization Program (SPP), since 2009
SPP is the largest park-related program in California’s history. This page shows “before and after” photos of grant project sites. Building successful parks in underserved communities is “a work of art.” Parks are unique places where children can play, families and friends bond, people exercise, seniors socialize, youth are mentored, cultures are celebrated, and everyone connects with nature. For these reasons and more, vibrant parks funded by SPP will create healthier communities. Find out more at http://www.parks.ca.gov/spp
$1,163,479,625 Total Granted
$7,693,938,341 Total Requested
Outdoor Equity Program (OEP)
The Outdoor Equity Grants Program (OEP) will increase the ability of residents in low income urban and rural communities to participate in outdoor experiences at state parks and other public lands. OEP encourages applicants to establish a home base in an underserved community as the hub for local activities and trips to natural areas. OEP empowers youth and families through outdoor leadership education, career pathways, environmental justice engagement, and access to nature.
$57,000,000 Total Granted
$167,786,074 Total Requested
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