PIER Grant Program



A US Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant (CDBG-DR) opportunity for Klamath County Community Disaster Recovery from the 2020 Wildfires.

  1. About The Program
  2. Eligibility
  3. PIER Selection Committee
  4. Funding Priorities
  5. How Do I Apply
  6. Selection Process
  7. FAQ'S

The Klamath County Planning, Infrastructure, and Economic Revitalization (PIER) grant program has $1,703,097 million available in Community Development Block Grant funds to support our community’s recovery from the Two Four Two Fire. Specifically, the PIER grant program expects to fund projects that covers a range of activities from infrastructure, economic revitalization, planning, natural disaster and hazard mitigation.

Applications Due: No later than 5:00 pm (pst) on May 31, 2024.

Minimum Grant Request: $500,000

Eligible Applicants: Non-profits, schools, governments, districts, councils of government, and public authorities within the boundaries of the Two Four Two Fire.

For more details, check out the PIER Program Guidelines and PIER Flier

You can also email OHCS questions to: pier@hcs.oregon.gov, or contact Klamath County, by emailing piergrant@klamathcounty.org