The Land and Recreation Grants staff administers grants to local governments through the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program (FRDAP).
This competitive, reimbursement grant program provides financial assistance for acquisition or development of land for public outdoor recreation. Eligible participants include all county governments, municipalities in Florida and other legally constituted local governmental entities with the responsibility for providing outdoor recreational sites and facilities for the general public.
For more program information, view the facts about FRDAP in the program information listed below.
FRDAP Grant Management Tutorial
Staff from the Florida Recreation Development Assistance Program hosted a webinar to provide an overview of successfully completing a FRDAP project from start to finish and provide technical assistance to granteeson Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2021, beginning at 10 a.m.
All county governments and incorporated municipalities of the state of Florida and other legally constituted local governmental entities with the legal responsibility for the provision of outdoor recreational sites and facilities for the use and benefit of the general public.
Fiscal Year 2023-2024 FRDAP Application Cycle
The FY 2023-2024 FRDAP Application Cycle will be held August 1 - August 31, 2022.
FRDAP Application Portal
You can now submit your FRDAP application online!
Complete the FRDAP Grant Application and submit supporting documentation
The maximum grant request may not exceed $200,000. An applicant's requested grant funds may be revised by the department due to the availability of program funds. Grant awards are contingent upon appropriation by the Florida Legislature.
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