Community Coastal Impact Assistance Program (CCIAP)

Public Solicitation for Capital Project Grants

CSSB 75 (FIN) provides for a portion of Alaska’s funds to be awarded
through an open public solicitation process for capital project grants.

The Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development (DCCED) is the lead agency for the Community Coastal Impact Assistance Program (CCIAP) Public Solicitation. A portion of the federal CIAP funds received by the State of Alaska from the Federal Government is passed through the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) to DCCED to carry out the legislative intent of Section 39 of CSSB 75 (FIN). DCCED’s Division of Community and Regional Affairs (DCRA) is implementing the CCIAP Public Solicitation.

As of October 1, 2011, responsibility for federal administration of the CIAP was transferred to the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)  from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEMRE). The USFWS CIAP program page can be accessed here.  The USFWS is still in the process of revising program documents and so these websites are still linked to information from BOEMRE. Once USFWS finalizes and publishes the CIAP information relevant to their policies and procedures we will update the links on these pages.

Fall 2010 Amendment to the Alaska CIAP Plan Submitted

The State of Alaska has submitted the Fall 2010 Amendment to the Alaska CIAP Plan to the U.S. Department of Interior, BOEMRE. This plan accounts for all of the CIAP funds allocated to Alaska, including $13,710,856.31 in Tier 1 Public Solicitation Projects and thirteen Tier 2 Projects.

Entire Fall Amendment:

Public Solicitation Projects submitted in the Fall 2010 Amendment to the Alaska CIAP Plan:

Program Documents

Program Links

 

 

 

 

1

 BAID Decision Support Tools Development

12

 Coastal GIS Module of the Southeast Alaska GIS
 Library

2

 Campbell Creek Estuary CIAP Project

13

 Shakespeare Creek Restoration Project

3

 Arctic Ecosystem Integrated Survey

14

 White Mountain River Bay Clean-Up

4

 Net and Debris in Bristol Bay Conservation
 Concerns and Environmental Monitoring

15

 Seward NE Harbor Fish Cleaning Station

5

 Bristol Bay Anadromous Waters Research
 and Protection

16

 Expansion of the Alaska ShoreZone Habitat
 Mapping and Inventory Partnership to the Aleutian
 Islands, Western, and Arctic Coasts

6

 Walrus Diets in Bristol Bay: Conservation
 Concerns and  Environmental Monitoring

17

 Auke Lake Launch Ramp

7

 North Road Pipeline Extension, Crossing for
 Salmon Streams

18

 Woodard Creek Rehabilitation, Phase I - Planning
 and Design 

8

 Beluga Slough Trail Reconstruction

19

 Coastal Wetlands Protection in Southeast Alaska:
 An Assessment and Credit-Debit Tool for
 Compensatory Mitigation 

9

 Circulation Studies of Kachemak Bay, Alaska
 using Satellite-Tracked Drifters

20

 Restoration and Mitigation Opportunities for
 Juneau Watersheds

10

 South Point Higgins Beach Acquisitions

21

 Alaska Corps of Coastal Observers Project–
 Establishing an Implementation Framework 

11

 Real-Time Surface Current Mapping for
 Conservation and Protecting the Coastal
 Environment if the Western Alaskan
 Beaufort Sea

22

 Fish Waste Compost Project for Improved
 Nushagak Watershed Environment



 STATEWIDE PROJECTS



23

 Alaska Clean Harbors: Educating for Long-Term
 PollutionReduction for Alaska's Harbors
   

24

 Alaska Marine Debris Removal and Assessment

For more information contact:

Sally Russell Cox

Division of Community and Regional Affairs
Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development
550 West 7th Avenue, Suite 1640
Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: (907) 269-4588 FAX: (907) 269-4066
Email:sally.cox@alaska.gov