The Member Jurisdiction Grant Program funds projects in partnership with the 34 cities (excluding Seattle) that are members of King Conservation District. For Seattle projects please see the Seattle Community Partnership Grant Program details here. Applicants for this program must partner with or represent a member jurisdiction (34 cities and King County) to put forth a proposal that meets both jurisdictional and District priorities for natural resource improvement. Activities eligible for funding through this program include the direct improvement of natural resource conditions, education and outreach, pilot and demonstration projects and projects that build capacity. Please review the grant program guidelines below.
Grant applications for this program must be submitted through our online grant portal. Budget forms must be uploaded into the system as an attachment to your application. The link to the online grant portal and forms to upload can be found below.
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year. See the program calendar for application submittal deadlines and review schedule. Applications received after October may be reviewed in the subsequent year. Amendment requests are accepted year-round.
In order to apply for a grant you must have a user name and password to log in to the online grant portal. If you have received a grant from KCD before, contact us for your user name and password. Your contact information is already in our system. If you have not applied for a grant before you will need to create a new account. The online grant portal will also be used for after-grant award agreements and reporting.
How To Apply For A Grant
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Step 4. Download and Fill Out
Application Budget (Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet) to submit with your application form
Step 5. Click below to start the application process
For Approved and Existing Grants
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Step 2. Download and fill out forms below to upload to grant Portal
- Reimbursement Request (Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet)
- Expense Itemization Form (Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet))
- Budget Revision Detail Form (Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet)