Managing Entity: All applicants must designate a managing entity to implement and oversee the Program. The managing entity must be one of the following:
- A Local Enforcement Agency.
- An Environmental Health Agency, department, office, etc.
- A Code Enforcement Agency, department, office, etc.
- An agency, department, or office, which has inspection and code enforcement authority, experience, and capability.
New Applicants: Eligible entities are cities, counties, or a city and county. Jurisdictions may apply alone or in collaboration with another jurisdiction.
- Counties must have 50 or more active businesses in their jurisdictions with Tire Program Identification (TPID) numbers.
- Cities must have 100 or more active businesses in their jurisdictions with TPID numbers.
City agencies that are under the jurisdiction of an existing grantee are eligible if the applying city:
- Meets the eligibility requirements of this Program.
- Notifies the existing county grantee and CalRecycle of its intent to apply.
- Meets with the existing county grantee and CalRecycle.
- Demonstrates that complementary services are needed in its jurisdiction.
- Reapplying grantees are applicants that received a grant award in FY 2022–23 (TEA30 cycle). Reapplying grantees must meet the following TPID number requirements:
• Counties must have 50 or more active1 businesses in their jurisdictions with TPID numbers.
• Cities must have 100 or more active1 businesses in their jurisdictions with TPID numbers.
The city, county, or city and county is eligible to apply for a TEA grant if it satisfactorily performed in accordance with its TEA29 Grant Agreement, including, but not limited to, the Terms and Conditions, Procedures and Requirements, Inspection Priority Work Plan, and Budget. CalRecycle will use joint field inspections, Mid-year and Final TEA29 Performance Reports, and other performance measures to determine if a reapplying grantee has satisfactorily performed in the TEA29 grant cycle.