Funding is available for small, community driven projects designed to create stronger, more connected neighborhoods, address community needs, and foster community pride.
The maximum grant amount is $2,500; smaller requests are welcome. Applicants are encouraged, though not required, to partner with City Departments in the development and implementation of projects. Examples of eligible projects include but are not limited to neighborhood newsletters, block parties/neighborhood celebrations, trail development, installation of bike or scooter racks, community gardens, rain gardens, clean-up projects, oral or pictorial histories, energy saving measures, transportation costs associated with a specific activity, memberships in recreational or transportation programs (i.e. bike share), etc. The application deadline is March 14. Projects must be completed by June 30, 2014. For information, please visit the Small Community Grant (Mini Grant) page.
For additional information, call or email Jessie Carpenter, City Clerk.