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OHMVR Grants: Counties benefit

OHV LogoOHMVR Grants - Where does the funding go?  Grants to counties, counties benefit

The counties are big receivers of funds from the OHMVR Grants Program.  Federal partners also are big receivers of funds from the OHMVR Grants Program.  Previous postings have noted the various categories within the grants program.  Whether the money is paid in wages, buys materials, or rents equipment, the county receives a direct benefit.

 

The Off Highway Motor Vehicle Trust Fund was established under the California Vehicle Code 38000, Chappie-Z’berg Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Law of 1971 as a user funded program to provide for motorized recreation opportunities for the State of California.  The legislation established a “trust fund” that is controlled by Public Resources Code 5090 and California Code of Regulations 4970 to issue grants and cooperative agreements to local and federal agencies to provide for and manage motorized recreation opportunities.

The below chart provides for a summation of funding per grant from 1975-2012 by county. The left side is an alphabetical listing of counties.  The right side is a total amount of grant funding awarded per county.  (Note: State BLM and USFS Region 5 are listed as they are major grant funding recipients.)

Each county within the state has (and does) benefit from funding from the OHMVR Program.  These funds are applied to categories that directly benefit the on-going management of the OHMVR program and reflect a significant economic influence in the counties throughout the state. 

OHMVR Grant Totals per County

County

Grant Amount

 

County

Grant Amount

Alameda

$353,191

 

State - BLM

$53,245,837

Alpine

$923,786

 

San Bernardino

$51,939,641

Amador

$158,199

 

Kern

$28,084,248

Butte

$574,758

 

Mendocino

$27,336,148

Calaveras

$912,381

 

Imperial

$22,350,280

Colusa

$130,827

 

State - USFS

$20,567,575

Del Norte

$4,232,683

 

Placer

$19,689,428

Eldorado

$15,077,339

 

Tulare

$18,837,506

Fresno

$10,889,683

 

Riverside

$17,186,786

Humboldt

$2,733,482

 

Los Angeles

$15,122,622

Imperial

$22,350,280

 

Eldorado

$15,077,339

Inyo

$13,758,480

 

Inyo

$13,758,480

Kern

$28,084,248

 

Santa Barbara

$13,433,372

Kings

$141,000

 

Tuolumne

$11,539,618

Lake

$91,314

 

Fresno

$10,889,683

Lassen

$8,790,915

 

Plumas

$9,648,034

Los Angeles

$15,122,622

 

Lassen

$8,790,915

Madera

$1,831,846

 

Stanislaus

$8,137,905

Mendocino

$27,336,148

 

Shasta

$7,473,488

Modoc

$664,817

 

San Diego

$7,071,897

Mono

$4,017,194

 

San Benito

$5,640,769

Monterey

$1,291,543

 

Santa Clara

$5,616,492

Napa

$369,020

 

Sacramento

$5,139,536

Nevada

$260,918

 

Del Norte

$4,232,683

Orange

$225,000

 

State - NonProfit

$4,031,333

Placer

$19,689,428

 

Mono

$4,017,194

Plumas

$9,648,034

 

State - BOR

$2,910,000

Riverside

$17,186,786

 

Humboldt

$2,733,482

Sacramento

$5,139,536

 

Madera

$1,831,846

San Benito

$5,640,769

 

San Luis Obispo

$1,577,000

San Bernardino

$51,939,641

 

Monterey

$1,291,543

San Diego

$7,071,897

 

Yuba

$1,124,550

San Francisco

$992,000

 

Trinity

$1,037,488

San Joaquin

$716,389

 

San Francisco

$992,000

San Luis Obispo

$1,577,000

 

Alpine

$923,786

Santa Barbara

$13,433,372

 

Calaveras

$912,381

Santa Clara

$5,616,492

 

San Joaquin

$716,389

Shasta

$7,473,488

 

Modoc

$664,817

Sierra

$489,781

 

Butte

$574,758

Siskiyou

$99,860

 

Sonoma

$500,000

Solano

$400,000

 

Sierra

$489,781

Sonoma

$500,000

 

Solano

$400,000

Stanislaus

$8,137,905

 

Napa

$369,020

State - BIA

$160,000

 

Alameda

$353,191

State - BLM

$53,245,837

 

Nevada

$260,918

State - BOR

$2,910,000

 

Yolo

$257,223

State - NonProfit

$4,031,333

 

Orange

$225,000

State - USFS

$20,567,575

 

State - BIA

$160,000

Tehama

$19,000

 

Amador

$158,199

Trinity

$1,037,488

 

Kings

$141,000

Tulare

$18,837,506

 

Ventura

$136,822

Tuolumne

$11,539,618

 

Colusa

$130,827

Ventura

$136,822

 

Siskiyou

$99,860

Yolo

$257,223

 

Lake

$91,314

Yuba

$1,124,550

 

Tehama

$19,000

Total Grant Amount

$429,941,004

 

 

 

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