City of Phoenix
12/05/19 4:00 PM Arizona Local Time
Grants of up to $10,000 to Phoenix, Arizona neighborhood watch groups and neighborhood organizations and grants of up to $1,000 to newly-formed organizations to enhance quality of life and safety throughout the city. This program offers groups support in creating new programs and activities that will reduce and prevent crime in their communities.
Use of Funds:
Grant funds shall be used to fund new or existing programs and activities with an identifiable anti-crime component or safety element. Eligible uses include, but are not limited to, crime prevention programs, neighborhood crime-fighting workshops, and crime-fighting/prevention educational programs. Proposals to expand a current program or activity into a new geographic area where no similar programs or activities exist will be considered. Any service/equipment/product/resource already available through a City department/agency will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Community Lighting Information:
For information on budget categories, see: https://www.phoenix.gov/policesite/Documents/Block_Watch/Application-Guide.pdf#page=6
GrantWatch ID#: 164548
The maximum grant amount that can be applied for is $10,000. Organizations that have been in existence for 6 months or less prior to application submission deadline may only apply for a maximum of $1,000.
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