City of Minneapolis
Grants to Minneapolis, Minnesota businesses for initiatives to reduce pollution, improve water and air quality, and build a healthier environment for City residents. Funding is intended to support projects that reduce waste, decrease water and energy consumption, and reduce VOC emissions, particulate matter emissions, and other hazardous pollutants.
The City of Minneapolis values innovative green solutions by investing in businesses that reduce pollution in Minneapolis and as a result create a healthier place to live. To that end, the The Green Cost Sharing Program - Innovative Pollution Reduction grants offers funds for innovative green business practices.
The program offers funding for projects that reduce:
- Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emissions - Top priority
- Particulate Matter (PM) emissions - Top priority
- Hazardous air pollutants
- NOx emissions
- SOx emissions
- Water consumption
- Energy use
Projects which demonstrate greater variety and amounts of reductions will be prioritized.
An approved alternative product or technology must be installed, and in use at the place of business by the end of the project.
Any contractor(s) who performs work at the property must meet City of Minneapolis licensing, building permit, and building code requirements.
All work must meet City of Minneapolis zoning code, building, fire, and all other regional, state or national code requirements.
GrantWatch ID#: 179242
Up to $100,000
All improvements must be completed by November 20, 2019. The product or technology must be installed and in use at the place of business by the end of the project.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications may be emailed to:
Or faxed to:
or mailed to:
City of Minneapolis, Environmental Services
Green Cost Share Program
250 South 4th Street - Room 414
Minneapolis MN 55415
USA: Minnesota: City of Minneapolis