Keep Albuquerque Beautiful
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Grants totaling $5,000 to Albuquerque, New Mexico neighborhood associations and groups that are seeking financial assistance to conduct projects focusing on beautification, litter control, landscaping, and maintenance of right-of-way areas and/or roadways that are used by local pedestrians (also known as streetscapes).
The use of any item is taken into account before being approved. In the past, the following items have been funded; however the following list is not an all-inclusive list:
- Planting Material
- Trash Receptacles
- Decomposed Granite
- Educational Plaques
- River Rock
- Pecan Shells
- Low Water Usage Plants
- Fabric Weed Block (Filter Fabric)
- Ground Cover
- Treated Wood
- Potting Soil
- Plant Food
- Railroad Ties
- Native Plants
- Paint Brushes
- Recycle Bins
- Composting Bins
GrantWatch ID#: 138637
Projects funded must be completed by June 30, 2014.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
USA: New Mexico
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