CNC Neighborhood Grant Program


Mid-Cycle Neighborhood Grant Program Application Cycle

All Neighborhood Groups who have not yet received an award for the Fy2021-22 Grant Cycle are Eligible to Apply

Applications are available and are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, October 15, 2021. Completed applications should be emailed to  The Council Neighborhoods Committee (CNC) will hold a meeting on November 18, 2021, to listen to public comments on the grant proposals and make decisions on the 2021-22 Neighborhood Grant mid-cycle awards. Grant funding must be used by June 30, 2022. 

More information about the Neighborhood Grant Program can be found in the program guidelines linked at the bottom of the page. 

Access the Application Here


General Information

Neighborhood Grants are awarded by the Council Neighborhoods Committee (CNC) each year in June and new applications are available on the website in the Spring. The Neighborhood Grant Program was established to maintain and improve neighborhoods by supporting activities that bring neighbors together and encourage participation. The grants provide financial support to groups trying to form new neighborhood associations. For existing associations, the grants provide a stable source of funding for ongoing neighborhood events that promote a sense of community and opportunities to know your neighbors.


Program Information

Neighborhood Grants may be awarded up to the maximum outlined in the Table 1 below based on the number of households covered by the neighborhood group. Groups applying for a neighborhood grant for the first time are eligible for a $100 bonus.  All grant funds must be used between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022 and there is no carryover of funds that are not used within this timeframe.

Table 1: Maximum Grant Awards by Tier


Maximum Award

Tier A: <500 households


Tier B: 501-1,000 households


Tier C: 1,001-1,500 Households


Tier D: >1,501 Households