Municipality of Meaford
12/31/20 4:00 PM Receipt
Grants and loans of up to $30,000 to Ontario commercial building and property owners and commercial tenants in eligible locations for economic development. Funding is intended to enhance, build, and remediate commercial properties in the qualified downtown area. Applicants must be located in Meaford.
This program is intended to assist owners with financing the cost of undertaking environmental studies in order to generate more and better information with respect to the type of contamination, environmental risks, and potential remediation costs on brownfield properties.
The grant is available as 50% matching funds towards the cost of a:
What are the general design criteria in the CIP Area?
General principles that should be followed when preparing plans for projects in the Downtown CIP Area include:
What requirements must be met?
To avoid any delays, discuss your proposed improvements in their preliminary stages of planning with the Municipality’s Building Department and your design professional or contractor. Consideration will also need to be given as to whether you will require a Heritage Permit. This will be considered at the time ofapplication.
For more information about how the loans and the grants work, see :https://www.meaford.ca/en/business-development/resources/Documents/Downtown-CIP-Program-Application.pdf#page=4
GrantWatch ID#: 138338
-Grants of up to a maximum of $15,000 per study.
-Two studies per property may be funded (i.e. combined maximum of $30,000).
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Manager of Strategic Initiatives
21 Trowbridge St. W., Meaford, ON, N4L 1A1
Phone: 519-538-1060 ext 1102
519-538-1060 Ext. 1113
519-538-1060 Ext. 1309
-Community Improvement Plan Project Area: https://www.meaford.ca/en/business-development/resources/Documents/Downtown-CIP-Program-Application.pdf#page=2
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