Disadvantaged communities definition

Disadvantaged communities means communities that bear burdens of
Disadvantaged communities means the top twenty five (25) percent of communities that are disproportionately affected by environmental pollution and socioeconomic characteristics as described by CalEnviroScreen 2.0 Tool.1
Disadvantaged communities means communities identified pursuant to Section 39711 of the Health and Safety Code. https://oehha.ca.gov/calenviroscreen/report/calenviroscreen-30.

Examples of Disadvantaged communities in a sentence

  • Disadvantaged Communities may be eligible for lower rates or even zero percent, and may be fully amortized up to thirty years.

  • At least fifty (50) percent of AHSC Program expenditure for Projects benefitting Disadvantaged Communities (Refer to Appendix E of the Program Guidelines for additional information).

  • Attachment 1: CCI Funding Guidelines for Administering Agencies‌ Investments to Benefit Disadvantaged Communities and Low-Income Communities and Households The California Air Resources Board (CARB) released the "Funding Guidelines for Agencies Administering California Climate Investments" (Funding Guidelines) on August 30, 2018.

  • The AHSC Program will assist Project Areas, as defined, by providing loans or grants, or any combination thereof, to projects that will achieve GHG emissions reductions and benefit Disadvantaged Communities through increasing accessibility of affordable housing, employment centers and key destinations via low-carbon transportation resulting in fewer vehicle miles traveled (VMT) through shortened or reduced trip length or mode shift from Single Occupancy Vehicle (SOV) use to transit, bicycling or walking.

  • See the Disadvantaged Communities section in this IUP for details.


More Definitions of Disadvantaged communities

Disadvantaged communities means an area identified by the California Environmental Protection Agency pursuant to Section 39711 of the Health and Safety Code or an area that is a low-income area that is disproportionately affected by environmental pollution and other hazards that can lead to negative health effects, exposure, or environmental degradation.
Disadvantaged communities means disadvantaged communities as identified by the California Environmental Protection Agency’s Enviroscreen tool developed pursuant to SB 535 (de León, 2013).
Disadvantaged communities means communities that are defined by California Health and Safety Code section 39711(a) that are identified based on geographic, socioeconomic, public health, and environmental hazard criteria, and may include, but are not limited to, either of the following: (1) areas disproportionately affected by environmental pollution and other hazards that can lead to negative public health effects, exposure, or environmental degradation or (2) areas with concentrations of people that are of low-income, high unemployment, low levels of homeownership, high rent burden, sensitive populations, or low levels of educational attainment.
Disadvantaged communities shall have the meaning set forth in Section 75-0101(5) of the New York Environmental Conservation Law, enacted as part of the CLCPA as amended or modified from time to time.
Disadvantaged communities means communities that bear burdens of negative public health effects, environmental pollution, impacts of climate change, and possess certain socioeconomic criteria, or comprise high-concentrations of low- and moderate- income households, as identified pursuant to ECL § 75-0111.
Disadvantaged communities means disadvantaged communities as identified by the