funding

Grant helps close funding gap for affordable housing project

Grant helps close funding gap for affordable housing project

OCEANSIDE — The planned Mission Cove affordable housing project recently received a $295,000 Wells Fargo UrbanLIFT Community Grant, which will help close a $2.5 million funding gap for the $92 million project that will be built on Mission Avenue.

Funding for Escondido library expansion uncertain

Funding for Escondido library expansion uncertain

ESCONDIDO — Although they rejected using reserve funds to advance the design and development of the city library expansion, City Council pledged their commitment to allocating future city funds and working to raise money for the library upgrade at its Oct. 16 meeting.

Expected funding shortfall slows progress of Parkway extension

Expected funding shortfall slows progress of Parkway extension

ESCONDIDO — An expected funding shortfall has put a hold on any ground breaking for the city’s planned project to extend Citracado Parkway.

Gas Tax Funds to be used on rail trail expansion

Gas Tax Funds to be used on rail trail expansion

CARLSBAD — City Council approved nearly $800,000 in funds to modify and expand a portion of Carlsbad’s Coastal Rail Trail at its May 28 meeting.

Oceanside works to fill funding gaps for youth services programs

OCEANSIDE — Following some heartfelt community requests, City Council unanimously voted to spend $153,000 in one-time funds and $120,500 per year in annual funds to fill in gaps in youth and family services at its May 15 meeting.

Seniors on the Go program can continue for three more years

Seniors on the Go program can continue for three more years

OCEANSIDE — The Solutions for Seniors on the Go program will continue for another three years thanks to matching funds and in-kind volunteer services awarded by City Council to the Caltrans New Freedom Grant on April 17.