GRANTS INFORMATION SESSION - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31
The PowerPoint Presentation from the Grants Information Session held on Wednesday, March 31 is available here.
The Grant Policy reflects the values, vision and needs of the community. Community organizations are vital to the livability and vitality of our community and through the help of the grant program they can deliver essential, creative, and innovative programs, support and services.
Under the Community Grants Program, there are three portfolios under which funds are granted. Applicants will need to choose the portfolio to which they are applying.
2021 Grant Opportunity Calendar
|Grant Name||Open Date||Closed Date||Opportunity|
|Spring Intake||March 30||April 23||Small one time grants for emergent issues|
|Summer Intake||June 28||July 23||Small one time grants for emergent issues|
|Fall Grant Intake||August 5||October 1||Project and Events and Multiyear Grants for 2022|
One-Time Small Grant are for emergent needs that could not have been anticipated in October 2020. These grants are limited to a maximum of $3,500 and do not include City Services. See above for information and the Grants Criteria and Policy Documents.
|Portfolio||Project & Event Grants||Multi-Year Funding||One-Time Small Grants|
|Community Livability & Social Equity||X||X||X|
|Social & Cultural Vibrancy||X||X||X|
|Community Economic Activators||X||X|
To receive your Grant money and for the City to better understand how your event has impacted our community and how the City’s grant funding has made a difference in the delivery of your event, we require you to complete and submit the following 3 forms: Post Project/Event Evaluation form, Statement of Accountability and “Snapshot of Success” on or before December 17th* of the year the grant was awarded to and sent to: .