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Laurel Race Course Impact Fund Advisory Committee

An advisory body that advises the County Executive on the distribution of grant funds received from the Special Fund for the area surrounding the Laurel Race Course.

 
 

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About the Committee

The Committee consists of 15 voting members appointed by the County Executive. Members include elected officials representing the areas surrounding Laurel Race Course, a diverse group of residents who live in those communities, a representative of Laurel Race Course and several ex-officio representatives.
 
Executive Order 53 defines the Committee’s composition and responsibilities.
  • 9 County residents of the various communities within 3 mile radius of the Laurel Race Course
  • 1 representative from the Laurel Race Course
  • the County Councilmember that represents Councilmanic District 4
  • the Senator that represents Maryland Legislative District 32
  • the 3 Delegates that represent Maryland Legislative District 32
     

Grant Application Information

The FY2024 grant application period will begin in December 2022. Documents and guidelines will be posted below as soon as they are available.

Grant Application Information
Applications for Laurel Race Course Impact Fund Grants opened December 5, 2022 at 4pm and are available through ACDS’ Neighborly Portal, HERE
Applications are due to ACDS no later than Tuesday, January 17, 2023 at 11:59pm. Please read the application instructions carefully, and note that all applications must be submitted through Neighborly, ACDS’ grant management portal.
Nonprofit organizations that provide services and facilities benefitting communities within 3 miles of the Laurel Race Course are encouraged to apply. Full guidelines are available HERE, as well as within the application in Neighborly.
A virtual application training will take place on December 14, 2022 from 10:00-11:30am. This training will introduce ACDS and the Laurel Race Course Impact Fund Grant opportunity, as well as walk through the application process on Neighborly. This is a great chance to ask any question you might have about this funding opportunity!
To register for the training and receive the Zoom link, please RSVP with Tracey Mullery, Grants Associate at [email protected]  or (410) 222-3961.
Map of Communities in 3-mile Radius