City of Flagstaff, Arizona
- Environmental Quality, Protection, and Beautification
- Food, Agriculture, and Nutrition
- Recreation, Sports, Youth Sports
- Community Improvement, Capacity Building
- Public, Society Benefit - Multipurpose and Other
Maximum Grant Amount
The City of Flagstaff will begin accepting applications for the Neighborhood Sustainability Grants Program on May 1. The program was created by the Sustainability Commission to support projects that enhance community and promote sustainable and healthy lifestyles.
Grants are available to groups or individuals who are planning sustainability related projects within Flagstaff city limits. Individuals, groups of individuals, community groups, educational groups, and not-for-profit organizations (501 C-3) whose projects are within Flagstaff city limits are eligible to apply.
Sustainability Priority Areas
- Creating neighborhood gardens and education on local food systems.
- Providing instruction/assistance with personal gardens and rainwater collection.
- Promoting walking and biking as transportation to build strong neighborhood relationships.
- Educating citizens about local ecosystems, plants, birds, and animals.
- Restoring local ecosystems, including wetlands, waterways, grasslands, and forests.
- Creating or enhancing climate resiliency education and adaptation programs.
- Reducing waste production and source reduction or increase recycling and composting.
- Creating or enhancing programs to allow neighbors to share their knowledge and skill sets.
- Assisting with specific or general water and energy conservation or water quality protection.
- Reducing potable water use through efficiency measures, native landscaping, or rainwater harvesting.
Grant information was last reviewed by our staff on 4/23/2020
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