Neighborhood Grant Program

2016 Matching Grant Program

Neighborhood Services held a workshop on February 11, 2016, at the Jupiter Community Center to discuss the matching grant criteria. Grant applications were reviewed during the month of April and recommendations were submitted to the May 3rd Town Council meeting for approval. Communities that were awarded a Matching Grants within the previous three years (2013-2015) were not eligible to apply in 2016. 
For information on the grant awardees, go to the Neighborhood Grants recipients page.

2017 Matching Grant Program

Applications for the 2017 Neighborhood Matching Grant program will be online the first week of February 2017.  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.    

Neighborhood Improvement Grants $1,000 - $5,000

Neighborhood Improvement Grants include projects such as landscaping, signage, pressure cleaning/repairing/resurfacing, purchase of real property (mailboxes, message boards, trash cans, solar lighting), and security enhancements (security cameras, fences, 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.