P.O. Box 839966
San Antonio, TX 78283
City Hall, 4th Floor
100 Military Plaza
San Antonio, TX 78205
Office Line: 210.207.7040 or
the individual numbers can be found on each District page
Monday - Friday, 7:45 - 4:30 pm
Fiscal Year 2017 is an Election Year. There are limitations on the time frame when all elected offices can utilize the CCPF Fund. Beginning on January 18, 2017, and running until the elected officials are sworn into office, no events, projects, or programs can receive CCPF funding.
As of June 1st, 2017, the Moratorium is lifted for Districts 3, 4, 5, and 7. Applicants may move forward with the application process for these elected offices. Districts 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, 10, and the Mayor’s office are still currently under Moratorium until June 21st. Applicants may submit applications to the CCPF Office on June 21st.
January 18th is the first day of the filing period for office, and the CCPF application process may resume once the elected officials are sworn into office.
Per CCPF Ordinance 2013-11-07-0761:
B.) A Moratorium on Mayor or Councilperson approval of CCPF expenditures begins with the first day of the filing period for office and ends when the elected official is sworn into office.
C.) No CCPF events or activities shall occur during the moratorium
If you have any questions about the moratorium and how this may affect your application you may contact our office at 210.207.8931.
City Council Project Funds were established to provide funding for the Mayor and Council Member(s) to support
Provides for individual City Council district
discretionary funds in the amount of $50,000.00 each, which are commonly referred to as City
Council Project Funds (CCPF) for programs, activities, events, scholarships, goods, or services
that promote specified municipal public purposes set out in guidelines approved by City Council.
Allocations of CCPF may be made to City Council District Offices and external applicants provided that
the proposed expenditure serves a municipal public purpose, fits into one of the following eligible
categories, and satisfies all other criteria set out in these guidelines:
In December 2011, City Council approved the repeal of the Human Development Services Fund (HDSF) from the Department of Human Services to the Office of the City Council.
Along with the name change, City Council approved some revisions to the program. Eligible projects must qualify under one of the following categories: Education, District/Community Event and/or Youth/Senior Services. We encourage any interested applicant to submit an application and contact our CCPF staff if you would like to discuss your project.
Applications are available online at the CCPF website. You may submit the application online or print out and mail or fax it to our office.
Yes, the application will expire, if not complete and approved, within 90 days of submission.
Any single project or request for funds, whether from one district or multiple districts, that exceeds $10,000 requires City Council approval.
The CCPF office will send you a letter in the mail or an email to inform you of the funding decision.
Delegate agencies funded in whole or part by the City are ineligible for CCPF assistance UNLESS the request is for a different program or service that the agency operates.
If you have any questions prior to applying, please contact us.
Online: Form • Phone: 210.207.8931.