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Dept Head: Marcy Yoder

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Neighborhood Mini Grants

We believe that citizens are our most valuable resource and it is our goal to promote positive neighboring activities and neighborhood improvements by providing financial assistance through neighborhood grants.

NEW in 2019! All mini grant activities and events must have a sustainability goal. Read on!


Neighborhood Night Out Mini Grants

Neighborhood Night Out (NNO) mini grant funding can be used for activities and events between Aug. 6-Aug. 11. National Neighborhood Night Out is Aug. 6th. Please note that the mini grant application and the NNO registration are two separate things. Visits from Poudre Fire Authority, City Council, Police, and other City Staff can only occur on Aug. 6th and you can request a visit via the NNO registration

The deadline to apply for NNO grant funding and the deadline to register for NNO is JULY 1st.


El ciclo de aplicación 2019 está cerrado

Nuevo in 2019! Todas las actividades y eventos de mini-otorgamiento deben tener un objetivo de sostenibilidad.


Mini Grant Testimonials

Mini Grant Testimonials
 

Read about what our grant awardees have done in their neighborhoods using mini grant funding!

Read the stories


Frequently Asked Questions

old light bulbs

Goodbye -- old, inefficient light bulbs!

 

These FAQs are a MUST READ for all applicants.

Read the FAQ


Considerations for project enhancement

If your project or event is associated with conservation or environmental sustainability efforts, there may be other City programs that could assist with funding or supplies for your neighborhood. We recommend exploring those possibilities and potentially combining resources. Multiple service areas offer incentives, rebates, classes, or supplies for such efforts. The Utilities rebate program as well as the City's Environmental Services department may assist you in beginning your search.