Neighborhood Activity Grants (NAF), Neighborhood
City of Longmont budgets $8,000 annually for Neighborhood Activity Fund Grants (NAF).
The purpose of these grants is to support neighborhood activities organized
by neighborhood groups that are registered with the City. Neighborhood Activity
Grants can be used for expenses for neighborhood meetings, picnics, celebrations,
community outreach, skill building workshops for neighborhood residents, and
neighborhood networking events. All these events serve to increase the residents'
capacity to improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods and to build
a sense of community. These funds cannot be used for political activities.
Applications may only be submitted by Registered Neighborhood Groups.
- The program application process and
criteria were developed and approved by the Neighborhood Group Leaders Association.
- Any Homeowner Association and Neighborhood Groups registered
with the Neighborhood Group Leader Association (NGLA) in Longmont interested in submitting a Neighborhood
Activity Fund Grant must complete a form and return it within the deadline
for the grants in that calendar year.
- Funds must be spent by, and reimbursement
requested by end of the calendar year.
- The amount that registered neighborhoods are eligible to apply for varies
depending on the size of your neighborhood.
If you have any questions about the Neighborhood Activity Fund Grants, if
your neighborhood is registered with the City and eligible to apply for the
Neighborhood Activity Fund Grants, or would like additional information, please
call Jon Clarke, Community & Neighborhood Resources at 303-651-8721 or send
an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.