CIB/Regional Planning Program (RPP)The Permanent Community Impact Fund Board (CIB) helps mitigate socio-economic impacts resulting from natural resource development on federal lands.
The purpose of the Regional Planning Program includes:
- The core mission of the Permanent Community Impact Fund Board (CIB) is to mitigate socio-economic impacts resulting from natural resource development on federal lands.
- Through the proposed program the CIB will provide stability for continuous quality planning throughout rural Utah.
- Provide funds for participating regional Associations of Governments (AOGs) to commit a full-time planner, whose time and responsibilities will be dedicated solely to the core mission and goals of the CIB.
For more information on CIB, please visit PCIFB.
The Permanent Community Impact Fund Board (CIB)
The Permanent Community Impact Fund Board (CIB) provides loans and grants to counties, cities, and towns impacted by mineral resource development on federal lands. Because local communities cannot collect taxes from federal lands, their ability to provide necessities like roads, municipal buildings, water, and sewer service is diminished. To reduce that burden, a portion of the federal lease fees are returned to CIB to be distributed to impacted communities.
For more information, please visit the CIB website at https://jobs.utah.gov/housing/community/cib/index.html
The Six County Association of Governments (SCAOG) plays several roles in helping communities and counties access those funds. First, the SCAOG provides a full-time Regional Planner to help communities and counties plan for and access CIB funds for projects. This includes:
- Assisting communities with creating community development plans sometimes called general plans.
- Assisting with capital asset inventorying.
- Capital improvement planning.
- And other activities that help communities with long term development.
Additionally, SCAOG provides support for projects that benefit communities and counties in the Six County area.
The following calendar shows relevant dates to keep in mind for CIB and the application process.
|AOG notification for County Priority Project List Creation||January to February|
|County Prioritization Meetings||March|
|Final County Priority List Submission to CIB||April|
|First Trimester applications due||June 1st|
|First Trimester||July to October|
|Second Trimester applications due||October 1st|
|Second Trimester||November to February|
|Final Trimester applications due||February 1st|
|Final Trimester||March to June|
To help facilitate the process of planning for and applying for CIB funds, SCAOG requires that applicants meet with the Regional Planner at least a month before an application is made to CIB (See table below for a timeline). Failure to do so may result in an application being held by CIB until the next funding trimester. If you have any questions or to schedule a meeting, please contact Zach Leavitt, Regional Planner, at 435.893.0737 or at email@example.com
|Application Due Date||Applicant meeting with Regional Planner|
|June 1st||Sometime in April|
|October 1st||Sometime in August|
|February 1st||Sometime in December|
To assist applicants with the application for CIB funding, the following table contains the percentage of federal lands located within the boundaries of the following counties.
|County||Percentage of Federal Land|
|Source: Utah AGRC land ownership dataset|
If you have any questions, comments, or need any assistance with CIB funding or Regional Planning, please contact Zach Leavitt at 435.893.0737 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Juab County CIB list 2020-2021
- Millard County CIB list 2020-2021
- Piute County CIB list 2020-2021
- Sanpete County CIB list 2020-2021
- Sevier County CIB list 2020-2021
- Wayne County CIB list 2020-2021
- 2020 Priority Lists: Juab · Millard · Piute · Sanpete · Sevier · Wayne
- 2019 Priority Lists: Juab · Millard · Piute · Sanpete · Sevier · Wayne
- 2017 CIB Annual Legislative Report
- Land Transfer Analysis Report