Love Your Block 2019
Please be sure to save your application link and the email that you used to log in to save your work and return to it.
To save a partially completed application, simply complete the page that you would like to save and click the “Next” button.
Applicants must complete each page before moving on to the next. You may not save an incomplete page.
If you have any challenges with accessing you application please contact James at JGarcia@cityhall.nyc.gov or 212-676-9749.
Please read these guidelines and the City Services information sheet on the next page carefully
completing the application.
Groups must have a detailed and realistic action plan for engaging residents to carry out a physical transformation of the public spaces on their block and willingness to measure impact on their community. Specifically, each group must:
Identify a block beautification event and
request the utilization of a minimum of two (2) City services
as a core part of its
Love Your Block
without any paid staff.
Eligible groups include, but are not limited to: neighborhood, tenant and block associations as well as community garden groups and school-based groups.
Demonstrate the ability to mobilize a
minimum of 20
to take part in the revitalization of their block. *Groups must provide a roster list of volunteers.
Include one block beautification event date in your group’s action plan
between April 13
and June 23
Send two project leaders to a grant orientation/Q&A workshop
where they will meet with representatives from Citizens Committee for New York City, NYC Service, New York City Department of Transportation, Department of Sanitation, Department of Environmental Projection, and NYC Parks & Recreation.
This Love Your Block Grantee Orientation will be held on December 4
and Dec 11
from 6pm to 7:30pm at the offices of NYC Service (253 Broadway, 8
floor, New York, NY 10007). Please hold the date.
All Love Your Block Grantees must submit all City agency service request forms by January 14
Complete a final report within 15 days of the event date
that includes: documentation of participating volunteers, a detailed budget with receipts before & after pictures of project site, documentation of City services requested and received, as well as a description of the beautification project.
Funds from the grant will not cover the following: rent, utilities, web hosting, web development, 501 (c)(3) incorporation fees, salaries, speaker honorariums, computer equipment, and food costs of over $100.
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