The application for the 2017 Neighborhood Matching Grant program is now available online. A workshop to discuss the grant criteria will be held on February 9, 2017, at 6 pm at the Jupiter Community Center. Communities that send at least one representative to the workshop will receive an additional ten points towards their application. HOA property managers representing a community will not receive the bonus points. For more information and to complete an application for the Neighborhood Matching Grant, click here.
Neighborhood Matching Grant - up to $5,000
Neighborhood Matching Grants include projects such as landscaping, signage, pressure cleaning/repairing/resurfacing, purchase of real property (mailboxes, message boards, solar lighting), and security enhancements (security cameras, gates, locks, security lighting). These grants require a 100% community match. A combination of cash and in-kind support will be accepted as the match; a minimum of 50% financial support is required for the community’s portion of the grant.
Community Building Grants $250
Community Building Grants are available through the year for up to $250. Groups may use funds to create, diversify, or increase participation in a community, neighborhood-based association or organization that benefits the neighborhood.
For more information, call Neighborhood Services at (561) 741-2278.