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Community Improvement Project (CIP)

Community Improvement Projects

In 2020, community groups, leaders and organizations who are interested in applying for an NIDC Community Improvement Project match grant will be required to participate in a one hour informational session in order to be eligible to submit a CIP application.

  • Community Improvement Project (CIP) grants are available citywide in 2020
  • CIP grants are available up to $4,000 depending on project totals and require a dollar-for-dollar match
  • Grant activities should stimulate resident engagement and support sustainable projects within a small geographic area
  • CIP grants are not eligible to be used to start a non-profit business, commercial or personal preperty improvements, or as a payroll subsidy
  • If your group is interested in a CIP, attend an informational session
     
  • CIP Application Guidelines
  • 2020 CIP Grant Informational Sessions flier
  • Slideshow of 2019 NIDC Community Improvement projects
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Garden Homes Green Infrastructure Revitalization:
Kids participated in the revitalization and beautification
of a community space for the
neighborhood.

Buffum Street Benches:
Residents and volunteers came together to create a community space where benches were built with raised garden beds.

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Yellow Chair Project:
Thurston Woods neighbors assembled and painted Adirondack chairs to place in their front lawns to increase resident involvement and enhance front yard appeal.

Clarke Square Health Equity Mural:
Community residents and youth engaged in the creation of a mural to raise awareness on the importance of health equity in their community.

Last Page Update 7/3/18

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  414-286-5447


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Contact:  CommunityOutreach@milwaukee.gov

To learn more about the CIP match grant and how to apply, attend one of our 2020 sessions:

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Schedule

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED! Community Improvement Project (CIP) Info Session - matching grants up to $4,000

08-12-20206:00 PM  - 7:00 PMMitchell St Library, 906 W Historic Mitchell St

Community Improvement Project (CIP) Info Session - matching grants up to $4,000

08-13-202010:00 AM  - 11:00 AMHillside Family Resource Center, 1452 N 7th St

Community Improvement Project (CIP) Info Session - matching grants up to $4,000

09-09-20206:00 PM  - 7:00 PMVillard Square Library, 5190 N 35th st

Community Improvement Project (CIP) Info Session - matching grants up to $4,000

09-10-202010:00 AM  - 11:00 AMHillside Family Resource Center, 1452 N 7th St

Community Improvement Project (CIP) Info Session - matching grants up to $4,000

10-14-20206:00 PM  - 7:00 PMWashington Park Library, 2121 N Sherman Blvd

Community Improvement Project (CIP) Info Session - matching grants up to $4,000

10-15-202010:00 AM  - 11:00 AMHillside Family Resource Center, 1452 N 7th St

 

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City program funds beautification projects to build social connections

Administered by the Neighborhood Improvement Development Corporation, CIP offers matching grants of up to $4,000 for community projects that engage residents and beautify neighborhoods. Since 2008, upwards of $1.1 million in CIP grants have funded more than 300 projects that involved 10,000-plus participants in 50 neighborhoods. An additional $2 million was leveraged from residents, businesses and organizations in these neighborhoods.

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Milwaukee Wins Cities of Service National Competition

Milwaukee Wins Cities of Service National Competition to Revitalize Neighborhoods. Milwaukee will receive $25,000, and support from two AmeriCorps VISTA members dedicated to fighting blight and will receive expert technical assistance from Cities of Service.

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