Posts Tagged ‘Grants’

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WSB: Delridge Neighborhood District Council ReCap

The West Seattle Blog has a great recap of Wednesday’s Delridge Neighborhood District Council meeting.  The Bridging The Gap levy is going through it’s last cycle of grant applications and the neighborhood has to prioritize three projects to be reviewed by SDOT.  The projects proposed include expanding greenways, improving streets with side walks/drainage and alley […]

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January Meeting Minutes

Here are the topics covered at the Monthly NDNC Meeting on Jan. 9: Bridging the Gap – Applications due Feb. 1 In 2006, Seattle voters passed a nine-year, $365 million levy for transportation maintenance and improvements known as Bridging the Gap.  The levy funds programs to address the maintenance backlog for paving, sidewalk development and […]

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Neighborhood Projects Fund accepting applications

The Bridging the Gap - Neighborhood Project Fund is now accepting applications for the 2012 project batch.  Through this program, the City is setting aside approximately $1.2 million for small scale improvements to neighborhood parks and streets.  The Delridge District can propose projects for improvements up to $90,000.  Unfortunately, the guidelines specifically say that the fund […]

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N2N Small Grant Opportunity

I received notice today that the Seattle Foundation Small Grant Program is focusing in on South Seattle and White Center. The Seattle Foundation’s Small Grants Program, will prioritize organizations or programs that are aligned with one or both of the following funding strategies: (1) Increase civic engagement and community action; and (2) Build community connections. […]

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