City of Omaha - Office of the Mayor Jean Stothert
03/23/20 11:59 PM
Grants to Nebraska organizations to improve the quality of life for neighborhood residents in eligible regions. Funding is intended to support projects related to crime prevention, improvements to the neighborhood's physical appearance and environment, increasing neighborhood capacity and the livability of the neighborhood. Eligible projects must benefit neighborhoods in Omaha.
The Neighborhood Grants Program funding is intended to improve quality of life, increase public safety, and help prevent crime. Program funding should support and strengthen neighborhood projects that will improve the neighborhood’s appearance, build neighborhood capacity, impact the environment, and increase the livability of the neighborhood. Successful grant proposals will have a sustained positive impact on Omaha’s neighborhoods.
GrantWatch ID#: 153483
Neighborhood organizations registered and listed in the City of Omaha Neighborhood Directory are eligible to apply for grants up to $5,000.
Multi-year project proposals may be funded for a maximum of two (2) years. There is no guarantee for second year funding. All grant funds must be expended by December 31, 2020. If an organization anticipates funds will not be expended by this date the organization must provide justification and request a grant extension
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications can be submitted:
1. Electronically to email@example.com or
2. Mailed to Neighborhood Grants Program, Office of the Mayor, 1819 Farnam Street, Suite 300 Omaha, NE 68183
If you have questions, please call the Neighborhood Grants Program at 402-444-5151, or email the address above for assistance.
If there are questions regarding permits or City department approval please use the following contact information:
- Parks and Recreation – Dennis Bryers, (402) 444-3798
- Planning Department - (402) 444-5150 Christopher Wayne, ext. 2016 or Manuel Cook, ext. 2012
- Public Works - (402) 444-5220
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