USA: Colorado: City of Arvada
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Grants of up to $3,000 to Arvada, Colorado neighborhood groups for programs that will enhance local neighborhoods. Funding is intended to support neighborhood improvements that are broader in scale and benefit the community at large. These grants may be used for a variety of activities, projects, events, or programs that will be implemented with the help of a neighborhood group or association. Activities may include projects such as trail or landscape improvements, community gardens, neighborhood clean-up projects, signage or lighting improvements, or creating neighborhood identity features.
Potential programs may include the implementation of youth programs, programs for the elderly, or other types of activities such as historical research as part of neighborhood identity efforts. The purpose of the Neighborhood Improvement Grants is to enhance the sense of community and pride throughout the neighborhood. Grants projects must also provide a public benefit and be publicly accessible.
Estimated Size of Grant:
Grant funds must be spent by the end of the calendar year.