Sustaining Ann Arbor Together Grant Program

. December 31, 2018.
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The City of Ann Arbor’s new Office of Sustainability and Innovation has initiated a grant program to help neighborhood groups develop, fund, and complete small scale projects that advance the City’s Sustainability Framework goals. The four main areas of the Sustainability Framework are Climate and Energy, Community Development, Land Use and Access, and Resource Management. The projects must be located on city-owned property, including Ann Arbor Public School property. The targeted amount for each grant is under $10,000, however the city will accept applications for larger projects. The total annual grant program funding is $100,000. Applications will continue to be accepted, as long as funds are available.

To apply for a Sustaining Ann Arbor Together grant, go to:
a2gov.org/departments/city-administrator/Pages/Community-Grant-Application.aspx

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