Chicago Underground Storage Tank Program
CSFA Number: 592-01-0503
Agency Name
Office Of The State Fire Marshal (592)
Agency Contact
Jim Bentley
217-557-3131
James.Bentley@illinois.gov
Short Description
Funds the operational expenses of the City of Chicago related to the regulation of underground storage tanks
Federal Authorization
N/A
Illinois Statue Authorization
Gasoline Storage Act (430 ILCS 15/2)
Illinois Administrative Rules Authorization
N/A
Objective
To protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Chicago through the regulation of underground storage tanks.
Prime Recipient
Yes
UGA Program Terms
N/A
Eligible Applicants
Government Organizations;
Applicant Eligibility
Only the Chicago Department of Public Health is eligible for an award.
Beneficiary Eligibility
N/A
Types of Assistance
Non-competitive
Subject / Service Area
Public Safety
Credentials / Documentation
N/A
Preapplication Coordination
Awards are based on available appropriations.
Application Procedures
Only the Chicago Department of Public Health is eligible for an award.
Criteria Selecting Proposals
N/A
Award Procedures
State law (430 ILCS 15/2) allows the agency to delegate the authority for the regulation of underground storage tanks to the City of Chicago. The agency seeks an appropriation each year to allow this delegation to occur. Only the Chicago Department of Public Health is eligible for awards.
Deadlines
N/A
Range of Approval or Disapproval Time
N/A
Appeals
N/A
Renewals
N/A
Formula Matching Requirements
N/A
Uses and Restrictions
Provides funding for staff, training and any other expense approved by the Office of the State Fire Marshal for activities related to state and federal regulation of underground storage tanks.
Reports
N/A
Audits
N/A
Records
The grantee must maintain, for a minimum of three years after the completion of the agreement, adequate books, records, and supporting documents to verify the amounts, recipients, and uses of all disbursements of funds passing in conjunction with the agreement. The agreement and all books, records, or papers related to the program, project, or use for which grant funds were provided and supporting document related to the agreement shall be available for review and audit by the Office, Auditor General, Attorney General, and Inspector General. The grantee must cooperate fully with any audit and to provide full access to all relevant materials. Failure to maintain the books, records, and supporting documents required by this section shall establish a presumption in favor of the State for the recovery of any funds paid by the State under the agreement for which adequate books, records, and supporting documentation are not available to support their purported disbursement. In the event that the grant is not expended in the manner approved, the recipient must refund the full amount of the grant award. Recovery of grant funds shall be accomplished in accordance with the Illinois Grant Funds Recovery Act (30 ILCS 705).
Account Identification
N/A
Obligations
$550,000
Range and Average of Financial Assistance
N/A
Program Accomplishments
N/A
Regulations, Guidelines, and Literature
N/A
Regional or Local Assistance Location
N/A
Headquarters Office
N/A
Program Website
N/A
Example Projects
N/A
Published Date
Funding By Fiscal Year
FY 2015 : $550,000
FY 2016 : $550,000
FY 2017 : $550,000
FY 2018 : $550,000
FY 2019 : $550,000
FY 2020 : $550,000
FY 2021 : $550,000
FY 2022 : $550,000
FY 2023 : $550,000
FY 2024 : $550,000
Federal Funding
None
Notice of Funding Opportunities
Agency IDAward RangeApplication Range
Agency IDGrantee NameStart DateEnd DateAmount
2024-592-01-0503City of Chicago - 41 Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH)07/01/202306/30/2024550,000