Neighborhood Grants Program
Neighborhood Grant Applications currently NOT Being Accepted
We are currently not accepting applications for this program. Please check back here for future updates regarding the Neighborhood Grants Program.
The City of Peoria’s Neighborhood Grants Program is designed to assist neighborhood-based improvement projects to prevent the decline of neighborhoods throughout the city. Neighborhood groups and associations who are active partners in their community and interested in improving the quality of life of their neighborhoods are encouraged to apply.
The Neighborhood Grants Program is subject to annual funding allocations determined by the Mayor and City Council. Up to $12,000 may be awarded toward any eligible project.
Who can apply?
- Traditional neighborhoods.
- Formal neighborhood associations (HOA communities).
Application deadline will be established on an annual basis. Selections will be made approximately 60 days from application deadline. City staff and/or the Neighborhood Grants Program committee will review all applications. Grant seekers will be required to present their request to the committee and answer any questions about their proposed project.
Click here to view examples of community projects
Click here to view map of approved projects
Neighborhood Grants Brochure (PDF)
Neighborhood Grants Guidelines (PDF)
Tips for Applying for a Grant (PDF)
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If you have questions about the Neighborhood Grants Program or if you would like an application mailed to you, please contact the Neighborhood and Revitalization Section at 623-773-5140 or click here to email.