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Local Initiatives Application

Welcome to the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency's 2022 Local Initiatives Funding Program. This page allows you to submit all required documentation for a project application. Once you have filled out the fields and uploaded the documents, your application submittal is complete. If there are any issues with the application submittal, TPA staff will follow up with the applicant.


Format = Year.Applicant Name.Application Priority (e.g., 2020.Jupiter.1)

(e.g., plats, deeds,prescriptions,certified surveys and/or easements)

  • The resolution must clearly indicate that the project may be constructed as proposed and a commitment to fund the ongoing operations and maintenance of the improvements.
  • The resolution should clearly state the project name, limits of project, and type of improvements to be made.
  • The resolution should also state the amount of funds being requested (participating cost), local funds being committed (non-participating cost) and total project cost. Participating and non-participating cost are from the cost estimate sheet submitted with the project
  • Provide commitment letter from administering agency’s director of Engineering or Public Works Department clearly indicating they will “administer and construct the project if funded by the Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency’s (TPA)”.
  • (Must be prepared and signed by a Professional Engineer from the Agency's Engineering Office)
  • Please include a photograph of existing conditions that can be used in a "Before" and "After" presentation of the benefits associated with this project.  Choose a location where the proposed improvements will have the greatest visible impact to convey maximum value.
  • Provide a resolution stating support for the project as proposed from the governing board of the local municipality where the project is located. 
  • This resolution is needed if the project passes through a local jurisdiction that is not the right-of-way owner

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