(a) Of the amount available pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 80050, to correct historic underinvestments in the central valley, Inland Empire, gateway,
rural, and desert communities, the sum of forty-eight million dollars ($48,000,000)
shall be available for local park creation and improvement grants to the communities
identified by the department as park deficient within those areas for active recreational
projects, including aquatic centers, to encourage youth health, fitness, and recreational
pursuits. Projects that include the partial or full donation of land, materials, or volunteer
services and that demonstrate collaborations of multiple entities and the leveraging
of scarce resources may be given consideration. Entities that receive a grant under this section may also be eligible to receive
other grants under subdivision (a) of Section 80050.
(b) Of the amount subject to this section, twenty-two million dollars ($22,000,000)
shall be available to the department, upon appropriation by the Legislature, for grants
to desert community towns in the County of San Bernardino, incorporated after 1990,
with a population estimate of less than 22,000 according to the United States Census
Bureau Population Estimates as of July 1, 2016, that have adopted a master plan as
of 2008 that includes recommendations for the development of public facilities that
will assist in achieving active recreational projects, including aquatic and fitness
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