What is a project submission?

A project is a fully developed program, service, or initiative for the County to fund.

Projects specifically address a need or disparity that was caused, made worse, or exposed during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Projects are a direct request for funding and therefore require a justification and supporting documentation, including budgets, implementation plans, project timelines, etc.

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1. What is an idea submission?
2. Who can submit an idea?
3. What happens to an idea after it gets submitted?
4. What is a project submission?
5. Who can submit a project?
6. Is a project budget required when submitting a project?
7. Is there a limit as to how much funding can be requested?
8. What happens to a project after it gets submitted?
9. How will the County decide how to expend the Pandemic Recovery Funds?
10. Where can I submit an idea or project?
11. What is meant by the "OpenGov Submission Portal"?
12. What if I have no email address?
13. Are there submission instructions?
14. What if I need assistance submitting an idea or project?
15. Is there pre-submission assistance available?
16. When are submissions due?
17. Does a submission need to be completed within a certain amount of time while in the Portal?
18. Can a submission be saved as a draft?
19. Can more than one idea be submitted?
20. Can more than one project be submitted?
21. Can multiple ideas and/or projects be submitted?
22. Can both an idea and a different project be submitted?
23. What if multiple individuals/entities want to submit a project?
24. Can a submission be submitted in any language?
25. What is meant by "County managed" projects?
26. Is the scoring rubric accessible prior to, during, and after a submission?
27. Will there be multiple rounds of funding?
28. Will there be a feedback period to comment on the Draft Recovery Plan?
29. Where I can find more information about the Submission Process?