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Community Initiatives and Affected Areas Programs City of Revelstoke and Columbia Shuswap Regional District Area B

Steps

  1. 1. Step One
  2. 2. Section A - GENERAL INFORMATION
  3. 3. Section B- ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECT EVALUATION (maximum 40 points)
  4. 4. Section C - GENERAL PROJECT PROPOSAL CRITERIA (maximum 45 points)
  5. 5. Section D - Community Support
  6. 6. Section E - PROJECT BUDGET INFORMATION
  • Step One

    1. COMMUNITY INITIATIVES AND AFFECTED AREAS PROGRAMS

    2. A PROGRAM OF
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    3. ADMINISTERED & MANAGED BY
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    4. Community Initiatives and Affected Areas Programs

      City of Revelstoke and Columbia Shuswap Regional District Area B

    5. PROJECT PROPOSAL 2018

      The personal information requested on this funding application is collected under the authority of section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA) and will be used by the Trust for administrative and evaluative purposes only. The collection, use and disclosure of personal information is subject to the provisions of the FOIPPA. By submitting this funding application, you hereby acknowledge that the Trust may disclose this application, and the information contained herein, including but not limited to your name, budget, location and the amount and nature of any related funding to the public, individuals or any other entity to the extent allowed by FOIPPA. You further agree that the Trust may proactively disclose to the public your name, location, amount and nature of funding granted. Any questions regarding such may be directed to: FOIPPA Inquiries, Manager, Operations, Columbia Basin Trust, Suite 300, 445-13th Avenue, Castlegar, BC, V1N 1G1, 1-800-505-8998.

    6. The project proposal evaluation criteria include four components: A. ‘Screening’ criteria which all projects must meet; B. Key community-based, environmental and social goals; C. General project criteria including practical factors; and D. Community support. The screening criteria will be applied early in the proposal review process to avoid unnecessary consideration of projects that do not meet key aspects of this program. The remaining three categories – key community criteria, general project criteria and community support - will be assigned a point value for evaluation and ranking of proposals. A maximum of 100 points will be distributed as follows: 40 points to key community criteria, 45 points to general project criteria and 15 points to community support. The components of project evaluation are described in detail below.