The 2023 Neighborhood Mini-Grant application period has closed.
Neighborhood Mini-Grant Project Categories
- Neighborhood Identification
- Leadership Empowerment
- Safety Opportunities & Education
- Environmental Enhancements
- Health & Wellness Engagement
- Neighborhood Preparedness
- Neighborhood & Community Innovation
- Must be a Civic Association, Homeowner Association, or Special Taxing District.
- Must be located within Hillsborough County. This includes the City of Tampa, the City of Temple Terrace, and the City of Plant City
- Must be included in the Neighborhood Directory Listing before applying for a grant.
- Search our Neighborhood Directory Listing for your organization's name. If it is in the directory, a box will appear including the organization's information on record. If the organization's information is not current, use the Neighborhood Directory Update Form to make the necessary updates.
- If your association is not listed, scroll down to the Neighborhood Directory Registration Application and follow the directions. The Neighborhood Relations team will contact you when they receive your submission.
Applicant Resources & Requirements
To submit a complete and competitive grant application, it is imperative to review and follow the guidelines detailed within the resources listed below.
Grant Recipient Resources
Grantees can log into their Participant Portal to review guidance documents, request payments and reimbursements, submit reports, and more.
- Applicant Resources Available Online: Monday, October 17, 2022
- Application Deadline: Monday, November 14, 2022, by 5 PM
- Neighborhood Mini-Grants Awarded: Early January 2023
- Grantee Mid-Term Reports Due: Friday, March 31, 2023, by 5 PM
- Grantee Final Reports Due: Friday, July 28, 2023, by 5 PM
For questions or assistance, contact your neighborhood liaison.
- District 1: Mary-Elizabeth Fuentes, (813) 277-1645
- District 2: Gabrielle Nickerson, (813) 274-1628
- District 3: Julie Nail, (813) 307-3607
- District 4: Wanda Sloan, (813) 307-3564