Grants to Wisconsin community-based organizations, resident groups, neighborhood associations, planning councils, and business associations and organizations to enhance the quality of life for residents in eligible areas. Applicants must discuss their project with program staff prior to applying. Funding is intended to benefit the City of Madison.
The Department of Planning and Community & Economic Development, Planning Division, has a grant program designed to help neighborhoods build capacity and beautify public places. The grant program helps to improve the quality of life within neighborhoods, and the City as a whole.The Neighborhood Grant Program of the City of Madison Planning Division helps neighborhoods beautify gateways, create public gathering places, or build organizational capacity and leadership skills. The grant program provides funding but neighbors’ ideas, determination and pride are behind the most successful projects.Community Enhancement or Neighborhood Leadership and Capacity Building Projects that:Engage new and diverse communitiesCreate and build communityIncrease community and neighborhood impact on public decisions and community lifeAre ready to begin within 1-3 months from award dateAre free and open to the publicHelp neighbors and neighborhoods recover from COVID-19grants for minorities

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