CNC Neighborhood Grant Program


Council Neighborhoods Committee


Applications Accepted March 1, 2023 through March 31, 2023

Application:  CLICK HERE.




March 22, 2023 - 6:30 P.M.

  •  English with Spanish and Chinese/Mandarin Interpretation
  •  Pre-register HERE
  •  Webinar - Click this LINK to join, or dial in by phone: 1-669-444-9171 Webinar ID: 886 8336 9464

   These webinars will:

  • Answer questions and assist with grant applications and submittal process.
  • Cover updates to Neighborhood Grant Guidelines and new application form.
  • Discuss requirements to revitalize or form a new neighborhood community group.
  • Include ideas and more opportunities to share and learn.

For more information about the CNC Neighborhood Grant Program, contact Anna Reynoso, Housing Specialist II, at: or the Housing and Neighborhood Services Division at (650) 903-6379.   

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 throughout a fiscal year between July 1 and June 30, 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



Neighborhood Grant Program Application Guidelines - Fiscal Year 2023-24:

Neighborhood Grant Application: