Salt Lake City - Division of Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND)
Grants to Utah small business owners in eligible areas to rehabilitate the exterior of commercial buildings and eliminating blight. Funding is intended to enhance local commercial areas, support local businesses, and benefit nearby communities. Upgrades may include door upgrades, window improvements, paint or stucco updating, installation of garages, security lighting, fascia/soffit work, etc. Funding for this program year is directed towards small local businesses that reside in the Poplar Grove and Central City/Central Ninth target areas, which include: Fairpark, Jordan Meadows, Poplar Grove, Downtown, Central 9th, Ballpark, Central City, Liberty Wells, and Glendale.
Façade Improvements: This includes any side of the building which is visible from the street.
For the purpose of the Neighborhood Building Improvement Program, blight is defined as an abandoned or vacant building in an area zoned for urban use and served by utilities that poses a threat to the health, safety, or welfare of the community. Blight can also be defined as a building with substantial physical dilapidation, deterioration, or defective construction of the building or infrastructure or significant noncompliance with current building code, safety code, health code, or fire code requirements or local ordinances.
For information about design requirements, see page 3 of the Guidelines in Supporting Documents below.
GrantWatch ID#: 182265
This program provides grants up to $25,000 for a single project. (An additional $25,000 may be available through the Salt Lake City Economic Development Loan Fund (EDLF) Microloan Program.)
If the building is currently vacant or blighted, the applicant has six months to arrange a tenant.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://www.zoomgrants.com/gprop2.asp?donorid=2194&rfpid=2857
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USA: Utah: Fairpark, Jordan Meadows, Poplar Grove, Downtown, Central 9th, Ballpark, Central City, Liberty Wells, and Glendale areas of Salt Lake City
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