Kaysville City RAMP Grant 2024 Application Process

Important Dates:

  1. January 10, 2024- 2024 RAMP Grant applications are available and can be completed and submitted to the Kaysville RAMP Advisory Committee. Submit one (1) completed digital form located below.
  2. March 1, 2024  - Deadline for all 2024 RAMP Grant applications
  3. March 2024 - RAMP Committee forwards RAMP Award recommendations to City Manager and City Council
  4. May 2024- City Council’s adoption 2024 RAMP Awards
  5. June 2024 - 2024 RAMP Award letters to be sent to successful applicants
  6. July 2024 - 2024 RAMP funding is available to successful applicants

RAMP Grant Categories

Major Project Grants – 

  • Requests $100,000 and above
  • Funds for City owned recreational, arts, museum, and parks facilities, and improvements to existing City owned facilities

Tier I Grants –

  • Requests for $10,000 to $99,999
  • Funds for City owned recreational, arts, museum, and park facilities and improvements to existing City owned facilities

- OR -

  • Funds for recreation, art, museum, and park programs that benefit Kaysville City residents (Tier I Grants that fund programs cannot exceed one-fourth of the applying entity’s annual yearly operating budget, as averaged over the prior three (3) years, excluding any past RAMP grant funds.) *Tier I Grants cannot fund the General Operations of any organization.*

Tier II Grants –

  • Requests for $500 to $9,999
  • Funds for City owned recreational, arts, museum, and park facilities and improvements to existing City owned facilities

- OR –

  • Funds for recreation, art, museum, and park programs that benefit Kaysville City residents   (Tier II Grants that fund programs cannot exceed one-fourth of the applying entity’s prior year’s operating budget.)

*Tier II Grants cannot fund the General Operations of any organization.*

Program Definition

As used in the RAMP Grant application process, and in RAMP funding, a program is defined as an activity or experience that is offered to the public by a nonprofit organization or institution. It must have a defined time frame, an agenda, and be financially accounted for as a separate cost center or line item by the governing non-profit organization or institution. Tier I program funding for recreation, arts, museum, and parks cannot exceed one-fourth of the applying entity’s annual yearly operating budget as averaged over the prior three (3) years, excluding any past RAMP grant funds. Tier II program funding for recreation, arts, museum, and parks cannot exceed one-fourth of the applying entity’s annual yearly operating budget from the prior year. RAMP funds are not available for the general ongoing operating expense or overhead of any organization. The majority of non-profit board members must reside in Utah.

Submit one (1) completed digital form located below.

 For any questions about the application please contact the Kaysville City Parks and Recreation office at 801-544-1788.