Neighborhood Grant Programs
2019 Matching Grant Program
Neighborhood Matching Grants include projects such as landscaping, signage, pressure cleaning/repairing/resurfacing, purchase of real property (mailboxes, message boards, solar lighting), and security enhancements (security cameras, gates, locks, security lighting). These grants require a 100% community match.
Your Neighborhood may be eligible to receive a grant
Applications for the 2019 Town of Jupiter Neighborhood Matching Grant will be published here in the beginning of the year. A workshop to discuss the grant criteria is held the beginning of February at the Jupiter Community Center and the deadline to submit your application is generally around the middle of March. Communities who send at least one resident representative to the workshop will receive an additional 10 points towards their application marks. HOA property managers representing a community will NOT receive the bonus points. You cannot receive the grant again for three years after being awarded a grant. For example, communities that were awarded Matching Grants within the previous three years (2016-2018) are not eligible to apply in 2019 and so on.
Neighborhoods can receive up to $5,000 (a 1 for 1 community match required)
Any combination of cash and in-kind support will be accepted as the match. Neighborhood Matching Grants are awarded every year around May. Additionally, the initiative to participate in the program must come from residents and their associations.
This webpage will be updated with new information, guidelines and applications as they become available.
If you have any questions please call (561) 741-2278 or email Alessandra Tasca.
2018 Matching Grant Program
The 2018 Neighborhood Matching Grant program cycle is now complete!
On May 1, 2018, Town Council approved grants for 13 different neighborhood groups throughout Jupiter. Grants were awarded for benches, sidewalks, signs, painting, landscaping, irrigation, pet waste stations, trees, security cameras, replacing old community mailboxes and sealing roads. With the Town’s contribution, the associations will be able to accomplish $142,190.94 in community enhancements projects.
This year, the following neighborhoods were awarded a Neighborhood Matching Grant:
|Ocean Cove||Tierra del Sol|
|Maplewood Phase 1||Villas on the Green|
|The Lakes at the Bluffs||Mallory Creek|
|Greenwood Cove||Woodland Estates|
|Raintree Trail - Indian Creek||Jupiter Lakes Townhomes|
|The Heights of Jupiter||Hammock Trace|
|Wandering Trail - Indian Creek|
2017 Matching Grant Program
The 2017 Neighborhood Matching Grant program cycle is now complete!
On May 2, 2017, Town Council approved grants for 10 different neighborhood groups throughout Jupiter. Grants were awarded for entrance signs, landscaping, lighting, exterior painting, security cameras, and replacing old community mailboxes. With the Town’s contribution, the associations were able to accomplish $102,621 in community enhancements projects.
The following neighborhoods were awarded a 2017 Neighborhood Matching Grant:
|The Hamptons||Jupiter Village Phase 9|
|Sea Colony||San Palermo|
|Jupiter Inlet Condo||Jupiter Cove|
|Indian Creek Phase IV-B (Monterey Villas)||Jupiter Village Phase 4|
Congratulations to all the neighborhood groups receiving grants!
Community Building Grants $250
Community Building Grants are available throughout 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.