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Small City Allotment Program

The Small City Allotment (SCA) program is an annual allocation of state funds for local transportation projects. Incorporated cities with populations of 5,000 or less are eligible to apply. SCA funds may only be used upon streets that are "inadequate for the capacity they serve or are in a condition detrimental to safety" (ORS 366.805). Each project will be evaluated and scored on existing conditions and proposed improvements. Projects compete only against other projects within the same region.

2023 Project Solicitation Results
The Small City Allotment Advisory Committee met with ODOT staff on October 6, 2023, to review the project evaluation and selection processes and to approve the project list for 2024 funding. The program received 69 applications requesting a total of $16,301,995. The yearly program allocation is $5M plus any savings carried forward. This year, the program had a total of $5,725,629 to distribute throughout the state. The committee approved funding 23 projects with a total cost of $5,572,003. Click here to view the 2024 Recipient Award List.

The next application period is June 1 through July 31, 2024.
Useful Information


Program Manager
Deanna Edgar

Stay in the know!

We use GovDelivery/Granicus, an email distribution system, to keep eligible cities informed of important program information. Contact information you provide us (we only use your email address) is entered into the Small City Allotment distribution list, and you automatically receive updates about the program.

If in the past you have opted out of receiving GovDelivery/Granicus emails, your email address may be blocked from receiving our notices. To unblock your emails address, go to GovDelivery and re-sign up for our topic, "Small City Allotment" under the "Local Agencies" group.

Need to update the contact for your city? Want to remove or change your email address? Please contact Deanna Edgar at