MEPRD FY20 Grant Programs

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MEPRD's FY20 Event Sponsorship Grant application will be published July 1, 2019 and MEPRD's FY20 Park and Trail Grant application will be published July 10, 2019.

MEPRD Logo Download

Click on the links below to download an authorized version of MEPRD's logo. Two file types have been provided: jpg format and vector format. MEPRD prefers the use of the color version, however the black/white version can be used if all other sponsor logos are black/white.

The jpg format can be used on websites, social media, and brochures/fliers:

MEPRD Logo - Full-color Version (jpg)
MEPRD Logo - One-color Version (jpg)

The vector format is needed by graphic designers and printers for t-shirts, banners, and large print jobs. Most individuals do not have software capable of opening vector files (e.g., Adobe Illustrator), so you will need forward the file(s) or this page link to them:

MEPRD Logo - Full-color Version (vector)
MEPRD Logo - One-color Version (vector)

MEPRD Reimbursement Request Forms

Finished with a project or event funded in part by MEPRD? Click on the links below to download the appropriate MEPRD Reimbursement Request Form.

MEPRD Reimbursement Request Form (for Development or Acquisition Projects APPROVED FY12-17)

MEPRD Reimbursement Request Form (for Development or Acquisition Projects APPROVED FY18-19)

MEPRD Event Sponsorship Reimbursement Request Form (submit within 45 days after the event)

County Affiliates

The creation of the Metro East Park and Recreation District (MEPRD) and a one-tenth of one percent sales tax were approved by Madison and St. Clair County, Illinois voters in November 2000. Of these said funds, fifty percent is retained by the MEPRD organizational body (whose office is located at 104 United Dr, Collinsville, IL 62234) and the other fifty percent is distributed back to the respective Counties. In Madison County, the funds are received by the Madison County Park and Recreation Grant Commission and in St. Clair County, the funds are distributed equally between the St. Clair County Park and Recreation Grant Commission and the St. Clair County Property and Recreation Committee. Information pertaining to the availability and distribution of grant funds by these entities can be obtained by contacting each individual County agency.

Partnerships

Let's Work Together!

Whether you are looking to complete a park or trail development project or looking to host a bike ride or 5K, MEPRD's grant programs are here to help!