Neighborhood Grants

The Urban Enterprise Association grants enterprise zone and service delivery area neighborhoods funds to assist them with the costs associated with neighborhood sponsored projects and programs.  

In 2017, the UEA granted $5,762 to twelve neighborhoods.    

Neighborhood                     Grant Amount                               Purpose

Bloomingdale    $400.00 Newsletter publication
Creighton-Home   $500.00 Newsletter publication
Greater McMillen Park    $500.00 Newsletter publication
Hoagland Masterson   $500.00 Newsletter publication
LaRez   $500.00 Newsletter publication & Sign Maintenance
Northside   $500.00 Newsletter publication
Oxford Community   $500.00 Maintenance around community building
Renaissance Pointe   $500.00 Maintenance of Ridley Path
Spy Run   $500.00 Newsletter publication
West Central   $462.00 Purchase 3 canopy tents for use during the Home & Garden Tour
Westfield   $400.00 Newsletter publication
Williams Woodland   $500.00 Purchase 42 hanging baskets for the neighborhood street lamps


Grants are typically awarded at the end of each year for disbursement the following year.  Grants must be used in the year they are awarded.  Any unused grant funds will not carry over into the next year.  Grant payments are made directly to vendors upon receipt of invoices or reimbursement can be made to the neighborhood after receiptes showing payment are presented. 

Neighborhood Grant Application