Critical Oregon Airport Relief Program (COAR)

The ODA E-Grant software is live! 
Fifty percent of the amounts from the fuel tax increase shall be distributed for the following purposes:
    (A)  To assist airports in Oregon with match requirements for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airport Improvement Program
           grants.
 
    (B)  To make grants for emergency preparedness and infrastructure projects, in accordance with the Oregon Resilience Plan,  
            including seismic studies, emergency generators, etc.
 
    (C) To make grants for:
               1.  Services critical or essential to aviation including, but not limited to, fuel, sewer, water and weather equipment.
               2.  Aviation-related business development including, but not limited to, hangars, parking for business aircraft and related
                    facilities.
               3.  Airport development for local economic benefit including, but not limited to, signs and marketing. 
 
 
State Aviation Board:
 Staff Report
 Staff Presentation to the State Aviation Board 

Aviation Review Committee (ARC):
 
Aviation Review Committee (ARC) Notice and Agenda (Updated)
Staff presentation to the ARC
ARC Recommendations for
Priority I, II and III

ARC Recording:
Part I, Part II, Part III and Part IV
ARC Minutes
 
Staff Outreach:
 
OAMA Presentation March XX, 2018
OAMA Presentation October XX, 2017
 
COAR Application Assistance: 
 
Frequently Asked Questions / Help
Have a question about the ASAP program?  Click on the link below to see a list of frequently asked questions.
 
For Further Information Contact: 
Heather Peck
ODA Planning and Projects Manager
(503)378-3168
 
     or
 
Nohemi Ramos
Fiscal Analyst / Grant Coordinator
(503)378-4881
 
     or
 
Matt Lawyer
Program Coordinator
(503)378-4888