The Shasta Regional Transportation Agency (SRTA) has issued a Notice of Funding Availability for the Regional Early Action Planning (REAP) 2.0 Program.
Regional Early Action Planning (REAP 2.0) is a flexible program that seeks to accelerate progress toward our state housing goals and climate commitments through a strengthened partnership between the state, its regions, and local entities. To achieve these goals, REAP 2.0 seeks to:
- accelerate infill housing development,
- reduce vehicle miles traveled (VMT),
- increase housing supply at all affordability levels,
- affirmatively further fair housing, and
- facilitate the implementation of adopted regional and local plans to achieve these goals.
As SRTA is a planning organization and does not deliver projects, SRTA intends to suballocate its state award to an eligible entity for project/plan delivery. Eligible Entities for the purposes of suballocations may be broadly construed and include, but are not limited to:
- a county,
- a city,
- a city and county,
- a transit agency or district,
- a county transportation agency,
- Tribal Entities,
- community-based organizations,
- Public Housing Authority,
- academic institution,
- developers of Affordable Housing, or
- regional Housing Trust Fund.
The Shasta Region is eligible for a maximum award of $2,243,909.07. SRTA intends to reserve 5% of the award for administrative costs.
For more information, please download and review the related documents to this posting.
SRTA's program leads are Mehdi Moeinaddini () and Michael Kuker (). Please email with any questions or call the SRTA office at 530-262-6190.