Measure S Grant Program
GANG PREVENTION/INTERVENTION GRANT PROGRAM
Funded by Measure S
About the Grant Program
The City of Sanger has established a grant program which provides funding through Measure S to address anti-gang and anti-drug strategies including prevention, intervention, and youth development.
Grant Funding Establishment Information
Grant funding is made available through Measure S as defined and outlined in Ordinance No. 1094 and Resolution No. 4361. You may request a copy of either document by calling the City Manager’s Office or City Clerk’s office at (559) 876-6300. You may also view Article IV of Chapter 66 - Police, Fire, Paramedic, 9-1-1 Emergency Response and Gang/Prevention Special Transaction and Use Tax for Public Safety - Click here to view Article IV.
Application and Grant Cycle
Applications are accepted January through the first business day in March, or as published in the current Grant Application, Background and Instructions. Applications are reviewed for funding consideration March through April, and funding allocations commence subsequent to adoption of the fiscal year. The grant cycle/period is July 1 to June 30.
APPLICATION WINDOW for Fiscal Year 2021/2022: Proposed Schedule Is coming February 2021
How to Apply
Grant applications are available, during the application window, at Sanger City Hall or online as follows:
Sanger City Hall, 1700 7th Street, Sanger, CA 93657
Online - Click on the following links:
Applications and all corresponding materials must be submitted in hard-copy form and mailed to or dropped off by 4:00 PM on the designated deadline to: City of Sanger Gang/Drug Prevention Intervention Grant Program, 1700 7th Street, Sanger, CA 93657.
For the 2020/2021 fiscal year, the Sanger City Council on October 15, 2020, awarded the Measure S Grant Program to:
- SAM Academy $5,149.17 per month ($61,790/12) of grant-funded operations.
- Boys & Girls Club - $4,152.75 per month ($49,833/12) of grant-funded operations.