Neighborhood Grant Program to invest in Resident-initiated Projects in Arizona

The City of Tempe’s neighborhood grant program was created in 1994 to invest in resident-initiated projects designed to enhance the quality of life in neighborhoods for all.

Donor Name: City of Tempe

State: Arizona

City: Tempe

Type of Grant: Grant

Deadline (mm/dd/yyyy): 04/25/2022

Size of the Grant: $20,000


The program was renamed the Maryanne Corder Neighborhood Grant Program by the City Council in November 2004 in recognition of the of the founder and director of the city’s Neighborhood Services Program.

Area of Interests

  • Arts
  • Landscape and Environmental Impacts
  • Parks
  • Traffic Calming
  • Signage
  • Water Conservation

Funding Information

The maximum grant award this year is $20,000. A match of at least 25% of the total award is required for homeowner associations and multi-housing communities.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Neighborhood Associations in Tempe registered with the Neighborhood Services Division
  • Homeowners’ Associations in Tempe registered with the Neighborhood Services Division
  • Apartment communities that are fully certified in the City’s Crime Free Multi-Housing Program

Project Parameters: Eligible projects include capital and physical improvements such as landscaping, entryway signs, fencing, walkways, fountains and architectural, energy-saving lighting in a common area or neighborhood entryway, etc.

For more information, visit City of Tempe.