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Posted on: August 22, 2017

San José Announces Grants to Improve Neighborhoods

The City of San José wants to engage the community to reduce trash, graffiti, and other sources of blight by offering grants to fund projects that create a cleaner, more vibrant city.The #BeautifySJ grant program will provide financial support to projects that:
  • Reduce trash, graffiti, and other blight
  • Organize neighborhood beautification projects that improve neighborhood conditions
  • Collectively create a cleaner, safer, and more vibrant city
  • Organize and conduct activities that address issues important to neighborhood quality of life; and
  • Conduct activities that build or strengthen the neighborhood Apply Now on WebGrants
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