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Neighborhood Improvement Awards

Aurora awards 60K in Neighborhood Improvement Grants
Posted on 06/23/2022

The city of Aurora has awarded $60,000 in grant funds to 14 groups across all city wards as part of its 2022 Neighborhood Improvement Grant Program. These competitive grants of up to $5,000 each promote projects that improve a neighborhood's physical condition, enhance pride and identity, increase neighborhood communication, or bring new assets to the neighborhood that foster gathering and positive experiences. Projects range from landscaping to neighborhood cleanups.

Grantee groups include:
• Northwest Aurora and Del Mar Neighborhoods
• Ponderosa Ridge Residential HOA
• Del Mar Park Neighborhood Rebel Marketplace
• Shadow Creek Neighborhood
• Meadowood Neighborhood Association
• Village East Neighborhood Association
• Great Plains Lifestyle Community
• Highlands Park East
• Sunflower Condominium
• Mission Viejo
• Saddle Ridge Golf Course Homes
• Pioneer Hills
• Sunridge Patio Homes
• The Shores

Neighborhood organizations and residents (where a neighborhood organization may not exist) were encouraged to apply. Awarded groups have until October 2022 to use the grant funds and complete their projects.

Although the Neighborhood Improvement Grant Program is now closed for the year, residents are encouraged to apply for one or more neighborhood mini-grants, including a Know Your Neighbor Grant for a block party or clean-up events, a Printing Assistance Grant to provide posters and flyers for community activities, and a Small Neighborhood Activity Grant for events like festivals or tournaments. Mini-grant applications are open now at AuroraGov.org/NeighborhoodGrants.


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