Mini-Grants

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The City of Dayton neighborhood mini-grant application will be available April 2023.

How to have a successful 2023 Mini-Grant Project:

Dates, times, and locations will be available soon.

For additional information, contact Charles Porter at 937-333-1077 or charles.porter@daytonohio.gov.

2022 Mini-Grants

Grants totaling $71,425 were awarded to the following 16 neighborhood projects in 2022.

  • African American Visual Artists Guild (AAVAG) - Annual Art Day
  • Belmont Business Association (BBA) - Belmont Business District Signage
  • Burkhardt/Springfield Block Club - Burkhardt Festival
  • Dayton African American Cultural Festival - 2022 Dayton African Cultural Festival (Health Pavilion)
  • Dayton Black Pride - Dayton Black Pride Annual Festival & Parade
  • Dayton View Triangle Federation, Inc. - Dayton View Triangle Neighborhood Identification Lamp Post Signage
  • DeWeese Ridgecrest Civic Association - Ridgecrest Park Seating Improvements
  • Downtown Dayton Partnership - Utility Box ArtWraps Project
  • Fairview Neighborhood Association - Fairview Neighborhood Banner Update
  • Grafton Hill Association, Inc. - The Stoddard Avenue Pumpkin Glow
  • Historic Huffman Neighborhood Association - Jamieson Garden Beautification Project
  • Historic South Park, Inc. (HSPI) - South Park Urban Garden (SPUG)
  • Linden Heights Community Council - Highland Park Restoration Project, St. Charles Gateway
  • New England Woods Homeowners Association - New England Wood Beautification
  • Preservation Dayton, Inc. - Historic Preservation Video Series
  • Twin Towers Neighborhood Association - Twin Towers Tomorrow