Category: Neighborhood projects

Austin organizations partner with the city on 8 neighborhood projects

AUSTIN (KXAN) – A number of local organizations are partnering with the city of Austin on projects to improve their neighborhoods. This week, Austin announced eight projects in the South, Central, East and North Austin areas: The Austin Texas Bike Polo Social Club multipurpose polo field in Metz Park New Colony Park Neighborhood Association entrance […]

UCSD is moving forward on two “neighborhood” projects – Spaces4Learning

New construction UCSD is moving forward on two “neighborhood” projects By Dian Schaffhauser 03/06/20 While the University of California at San Diego has suspended some projects due to financial constraints introduced by the pandemic, the university is continuing construction work on its North Torrey Pines Living and Learning District and planning his Living and learning […]

Cleveland Sustainable Neighborhood Projects

Cuyahoga Community College Cuyahoga Community College received LEED Gold certification for the Metro Campus Center renovation and is pursuing LEED certification for three other projects. Tri-C has received LEED certifications on four buildings constructed several years ago. More information Since 2010, Drink Local, Drink Tap has partnered with residents and organizations to organize monthly beach […]

In Schenectady, the projects of the Stockade district are progressing

SCHENECTADY – The final design of the new $ 14 million pumping station project is nearing completion and Schenectady’s General Services Commissioner Paul LaFond expects the project to be appealed for. offers over the next month. At the same time, the authorities are advancing on another project in the historic district of Stockade to fight […]

Some Louisville residents can now vote on neighborhood projects

The voting period is open for publicly funded projects in Louisville Districts 6 and 8, which include the California, Park Hill and Highlands neighborhoods. This is Louisville’s first experiment with participatory budgeting, a process by which citizens help decide how officials spend funds in their neighborhoods. Cities ranging from Chicago to Cambridge, Mass., Use this […]

Madison’s finance committee recommends funding for six neighborhood projects | Local government

The Eken Park Neighborhood Association funded a butterfly sculpture garden and welcome sign with a city grant in 2015. The city recommends that the association receive $ 5,000 through its neighborhood grant program 2018 to create a front door at the corner of East Johnson and East Washington Avenue. PHOTO BY MICHELLE STOCKER Abigail Becker […]

Grants are available to help finance your neighborhood projects

If you’re looking for new ways to be more connected with your neighbors, the city’s neighborhood services office has two different grants that might help. The Vibrant Neighborhoods grant provides up to $ 25,000 in funds to support neighborhood projects in Fort Collins that are co-imagined, developed and led by residents and local stakeholders. Any […]

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