Arlington Invests $105,000 in Neighborhood Matching Grant Projects
By Office of Communication
Posted on February 11, 2021, February 11, 2021

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The City continues to invest in neighborhoods throughout The American Dream City, with the Arlington City Council approving more than $105,000 in new Neighborhood Matching Grants for seven projects across the City.

The Neighborhood Matching Grant program was developed in 2007 to foster civic pride, enhance neighborhoods and encourage collaboration between residents and City government. The program aligns with the City Council priority to Champion Great Neighborhoods.

For a project to be considered, it must be submitted by neighbors, serve a public purpose, have a detailed timeline and meet all City codes. Each neighborhood must also contribute 20% grant match towards the project through cash, in-kind donations and/or volunteer hours.

The projects selected to receive funding in 2021 include:

Neighborhood Project  Amount
Arlington Downs Townhouse Corp. Revitalization Project  $20,000
Bel Air on Abram Community Association, Inc. Market Green  $20,100
Cantor Park Condominiums
Homeowners Association, Inc.
Lighting Improvements  $6,200
Eden Village Home Owner’s
Association, Inc.
Lighting Improvements  $19,410
Graham Square Townhouse
Fence Project  $25,000
Inniswood Owners Association,
Entryway Landscape Improvements
and Flag Pole
River Ridge Neighborhood Entryway Landscaping  $3,950


In total, the City is investing $105,910 in neighborhood projects. Click here to learn more about the Neighborhood Matching Grant program. The next grant cycle will open in August 2021.

Graphic shows City's contribution to matching grant program

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