Neighborhood Grants

Each year, Neighborhood Relations awards grants to eligible neighborhoods and organizations.

We administer the following grants:

  1. Neighborhood Mini Grant

    The Neighborhood Mini-Grant Program supports activities that improve communities, strengthen neighborhood associations and encourage civic involvement.

    • The maximum grant per association is $5,000.
    • We will only consider neighborhoods registered with Neighborhood Relations
    • 2021 Neighborhood Mini-Grant Program will be launched October 1, 2020
    • Each neighborhood is allowed one application, this application can come from the following groups:
      • Neighborhood, Civic, or Homeowner Associations
      • Crime Watch Program
      • Special Taxing Districts in Hillsborough County
      • This includes the City of Tampa, City of Temple Terrace, and the City of Plant City
      • Homeowner Associations still controlled by the developer cannot apply for grant money intended for physical improvements of the of the association area
    Neighborhood Mini Grant Information  
  2. Community Clean Up Grant This grant assists residents with community upkeep to preserve property values and reduce crime.
    • Successful projects include litter pick up and yard waste removal
    • Maximum of five Dumpsters per grant recipient
    • Deadline to apply is Sept. 30
    • The following groups are eligible to apply:
      • Neighborhood, Civic, or Homeowner Associations
      • Crime Watch Program
      • Special Taxing Districts in Hillsborough County
    • Homeowner Associations still controlled by the developer cannot apply for grant money intended for physical improvements of the association area

    Apply for Clean Up Grant

  3. Low Volume Irrigation Grant This grant funds low-volume irrigation systems in community-maintained areas to conserve water.
    • Maximum grant is $2,500
    • Funds may be used to retrofit current systems or install new systems
    • Deadline to apply is Sept. 30
    • The following groups are eligible to apply:
      • Neighborhood, Civic, or Homeowner Associations
      • Crime Watch Program
      • Special Taxing Districts in Hillsborough County
    • Homeowner Associations still controlled by the developer cannot apply for grant money intended for physical improvements of the association area

    Apply for Low Volume Irrigation Grant

  4. Tree Grant This is a matching-grant program to plant trees in public areas, private common areas, and in community-maintained areas and road rights of way within or adjacent to a neighborhood.
    • Maximum grant is $2,500
    • Deadline to apply is Sept. 30
    • The following groups are eligible to apply:
      • Neighborhood, Civic, or Homeowner Associations
      • Crime Watch Program
      • Special Taxing Districts in Hillsborough County
      • This includes the City of Tampa, City of Temple Terrace, and Plant City
    • Homeowner Associations still controlled by the developer cannot apply for grant money intended for physical improvements of the association area

    Apply for Tree Grant

Contact

For more information, please contact the Office of Neighborhood Relations at (813) 272-5860.