All grants require a completed application and a corresponding W-9 form. If you have previously applied for and have received a grant from the City of Littleton, your W-9 form is already on file and a new one is not required unless there is a change in your information. Please allow up to two weeks for processing once your application has been submitted.
Small Community-Building Grants up to $500
Eligible projects/activities: Neighborhood newsletter start-up assistance, neighborhood block parties, National Night Out events, neighborhood clean- up events. All grant applications must include an IRS Form W-9. The follow-up form is due within five days of the event or completion of the project.
- Small Grant Application
- W-9 Form — Complete the W-9 Form and email it to email@example.com
- Small Neighborhood Grant Follow-Up Report
Large Community-Improvement Grants up to $9,999
Community Improvement Grants of up to $9,999 are available to assist neighborhood groups and homeowner's associations with community improvement projects. Projects must benefit the neighborhood as a whole, be accessible to the general public and are required to have three bids. Exceptions to the bid requirements may be made on a case by case basis. Contact Mark Barons for more information. All grant applications must include an IRS Form W-9.
Place-Making Grants up to $9,999
The City of Littleton has made $25,000 available through an application process to allow residents, business owners, community groups, artisans, home-owner associations, or anyone with an idea to make community space in Littleton more interesting, inviting, hipper, cooler and/or more fun.
The funding will be available for artistic, creative and physical improvement projects in public or community gathering spaces that transform underutilized space into valuable neighborhood assets. Please note that schools and religious organizations are not eligible for place-making grants.
Do you have an idea for a mural on the side of a downtown building or an art installation that will draw some attention to a public space? What about a public space that needs some re-designing or new landscaping to make it more inviting and usable or some seating or tables to allow people to linger? Anything that will invite people to interact with each other and foster an inclusive, healthier, more social, more interesting and economically vibrant community will be considered.