To check if your neighborhood group is registered with the City, please visit our Neighborhood Resource Map and search for your group’s name.
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You need to contact the program administrator before applying for the Beautification Grant Program. You can reach them by emailing Beautification Grants webpage or calling 972-208-8150
No, the Beautification Grant Program is not for mandatory Homeowners Associations. It is for registered Crime Watch groups, Neighborhood Associations and Homeowners’ Associations, whether voluntary or mandatory.
If you need to register your neighborhood group or update the contact information with the City, please submit a new registration form.
Your neighborhood group has 6 months for small scale projects and up to 1 year to complete large scale work for the Beautification Grant Program.
Small scale projects for the Beautification Grant Program have a matching grant of $500-$2,000.
Large scale projects for Beautification Grant Programs have a matching grant of $2,000-$10,000.
No, your group does not receive the grant money for a Beautification Grant Program upfront. The program is designed as a reimbursement.
When the Beautification Grant Program project is completed, the neighborhood group will receive the grant money. A final reimbursement form and paid invoices are required in order to process a reimbursement check. The check will be made payable to the neighborhood group.
Yes, your neighborhood can use volunteers as a part of the neighborhood match for the Beautification Grant Program. For more information, please contact the program administrator or visit the Beautification Grant webpage.