Requirement to Publish Purpose of State Grants Over $25,000

Per Texas Government Code, Chapter 403, Section 403.0245, as of 9/1/2013, state agencies and institutions of higher education are required to publish the purpose of state grant awards greater than $25,000.

In Fiscal Year 2014, state grants over $25,000 were awarded for the following purpose(s):

•  To assist with the renovation and repairs to county and municipally-owned courthouses throughout the state. See the Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program for more information.

In Fiscal Year 2015, state grants over $25,000 have been awarded for the following purpose(s):

•  To assist with the renovation and repairs to county and municipally-owned courthouses throughout the state. See the Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program page for more information.

•  To assist with the acquisition, survey, restoration, preservation, planning, and heritage education activities leading to the preservation of various historic properties and archeological sites throughout the state.  See the Texas Preservation Trust Fund page for more information.

•  To assist with the development of the Hispanic Heritage Center of Texas in San Antonio, Texas.

In Fiscal Year 2016, state grants over $25,000 have been awarded for the following purpose(s):

•  To assist with the renovation and repairs to county and municipally-owned courthouses throughout the state. See the Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program page for more information.

•  To assist with the development and production of the Texas State Almanac.

In Fiscal Year 2017, state grants over $25,000 have been awarded for the following purpose(s):

•  To assist with the renovation and repairs to county and municipally-owned courthouses throughout the state. See the Texas Historic Courthouse Preservation Program page for more information.

•  To assist with the acquisition, survey, restoration, preservation, planning, and heritage education activities leading to the preservation of various historic properties and archeological sites throughout the state.  See the Texas Preservation Trust Fund page for more information.