Applications now open for Good Neighbourhood Grants

grants

Robert Frost wrote: "Good fences make good neighbours". 

However, if you like your neighbours and want to bring them together, the City of Victoria is offering grants for projects or activities that help create an inviting, vibrant place for people to connect.

The City provides up to $5,000 for place-making projects and up to $1,000 for activities, matching equivalent contributions (including volunteer time and in-kind donations) from applicants. Applications will be taken up to Oct.15th.

Projects that have recently been funded include interpretive signage for the daylighting of a local creek, a bicycle-powered charging station, community garden revitalization, a basketball street party, and seniors yoga.

For more information and to apply, visit: www.victoria.ca/neighbourhoodgrants.

Placemaking projects may include:

  • Community garden enhancement
  • Boulevard enhancement
  • Neighbourhood gathering place (e.g. seating areas)
  • Community pathway
  • Decorative lighting display
  • Community art display
  • Neighbourhood branding initiative
  • Interpretive signage
  • Community lending projects (e.g. seed libraries and tools)
  • Playground enhancement
  • Playable spaces

Do you like the official name change today of Ogden Point to "The Breakwater District at Ogden Point"?

Contact Us

If you have a news tip, story idea or to reach a radio host, contact us here.