Neighborhood Grants

The Neighborhood Grant Program was recently established by City Council to encourage Livonia residents to work collaboratively to foster a sense of community and actively participate in making improvements to their neighborhoods.

A maximum of $500 per neighborhood grant can be awarded for projects/events that support community involvement and reflect positively on the entire City.

Examples of the types of projects or events include:

  • Public space landscaping/beautification
  • Stewardship of neighborhood parks and common spaces
  • Community Art programs
  • Youth programs – e.g., Beverly Soccer League, Clements Circle Boy Scouts, etc.
  • Community Events – e.g., neighborhood parties (eligible only once), Rosedale Gardens Parade

Complete an online application or pick one up in person at the Community Resources office on the fifth floor of City Hall. Application deadline is May 1, 2018, and funds must be spent and documented by Nov. 30, 2018. Some restrictions apply.

NOTE: All applications will be evaluated after the due date.  Preference will be given to first time applicants.

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