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File #: 22-917    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/19/2022 In control: REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AND SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND HOUSING AUTHORITY*
On agenda: 11/15/2022 Final action:
Title: SUB-RECIPIENT AGREEMENT FOR THE 2021 URBAN AREA SECURITY INITIATIVE GRANT
Attachments: 1. Agenda Report, 2. 1. UASI Agreement
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SUB-RECIPIENT AGREEMENT FOR THE 2021 URBAN AREA SECURITY INITIATIVE GRANT
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DEPARTMENT: POLICE DEPARTMENT AND FIRE AND RESCUE DEPARTMENT
PRESENTED BY: BRENDA EMRICK, ACTING EMERGENCY SERVICES MANAGER
CONTACT INFORMATION: BRENDA EMRICK, ACTING EMERGENCY SERVICES MANAGER, (714) 327-7406
RECOMMENDATION:
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Staff recommends the City Council authorize the City Manager and City Clerk to execute the Sub-Recipient Agreement (Attachment 1) with the City of Santa Ana for the FY 2021 Urban Areas Security Initiative (UASI) Grant Program.
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BACKGROUND:
In 2005, the cities of Anaheim and Santa Ana were selected as administrators of the Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI) Grant for the Anaheim/Santa Ana Urban Area jurisdiction. Each year, Anaheim and Santa Ana trade off being the lead agency responsible for the program cycle. Santa Ana, through the Santa Ana Police Department, is the lead agency for the FY 2021 UASI Grant. The City of Costa Mesa is within the Anaheim/Santa Ana Urban Area jurisdiction. As part of this Urban Area, the City of Costa Mesa is eligible to receive equipment or services purchased with grant funds or to receive reimbursement for purchases of authorized equipment, services, joint training exercises, and expenses related to overtime for training evolutions, upon prior written approval from Santa Ana.
The UASI Grant is a reimbursement grant, meaning cities must expend their own funds for eligible expenditures, and then apply for reimbursement of these expenditures. In an effort to ensure each city does not expend funds for equipment, services, or training costs that are not allowable under the UASI Grant, each city is required to obtain prior written approval from the Emergency Management Bureau of the Santa Ana Police Department for expenditures it plans to submit for reimbursement.
Historically, the City received UASI grants to fund equipment purchases and training costs associated with the instruction and del...

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