Neighborhood Sustainability Grants

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Updated: 1/23 1:54 pm
Lexington's Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works are providing grants for neighborhood revitalization projects.

Neighborhood groups, churches, non-profits, and schools are invited to submit proposals that would increase environmental health in Lexington.

Grants issued for proposals could go as high as $2,500.

More information about and application materials about the grant opportunity is available at the Department of Environmental Quality and Public Works website at www.lexingtonky.gov/greengrants.

Applications must be submitted by 4:30pm on March 3, 2014.

For additional information, or to receive an application by mail, contact Lauise Caldwell Edmonds at (859) 425-2800, or via e-mail at louisec@lexingtonky.gov.
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