Mini-Grant Program

The Neighborhood Engagement Mini-Grant Program offers funding for initiatives that promote, build or strengthen neighborhood involvement for voluntary organizations. To be eligible for the program neighborhood groups must be a Crime Watch Group, Neighborhood Association or Voluntary Homeowners Association. Voluntary organization must also have a checking account as well. Grants are awarded up to $500 and examples include but not limited to:

  • Develop Neighborhood Website
  • New Resident Packets
  • Member Incentives

Applicants should start planning now. The required Idea Proposal submission date has passed for the June deadline. Applicants interested in the Mini-Grant program should contact the program administrator for further information about the December 3rd deadline. The Idea Proposal will allow staff to assist in identifying areas needing further development or research and ensure the proposal meets grant guidelines.

A full application will need to be completed by December 3rd!

Information Session:

The informational session about the Neighborhood Engagement Mini-Grant Program has passed. For more information about the program and how to apply, please contact the program administrator, Esmeralda De La Cruz at or 972-208-8150.

For more information about the Mini-Grant Program, please contact Esmeralda De La Cruz at or 972-208-8150.