The Neighborhood Partnership Program (NPP) is a program for neighborhood organizations and associations to stimulate and enhance neighborhood vitality through community outreach and/or beautification programs. Since the inception of the program, the City has had over 120 formal partnerships, contributing to almost $1 million in improvements; held over 100 "Slice of the Springs" neighborhood meetings over the last 20+ years; and supported dozens of block parties throughout our communities.
The grant matching program is a neighborhood contribution program, up to $5,000, neighborhood organizations are expected to match 100% of the value of the City's contribution. Funds must be applied to common areas visible to the public rights-of-way, City-owned property in or around a neighborhood or public rights-of-way. Improvements funded by the City through the NPP need to be identifiable as a shared asset to the community. Projects funded include, neighborhood or park signage, landscaping or tree canopy, neighborhood identification signage, lighting along public streets and aesthetics. Neighborhood contribution may include cash contribution, donations of materials, professional services such as engineering, construction or sweat equity contributed by neighborhood residents or businesses. Applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Neighborhood association abutting public roadway within the City of Coral Springs;
- Neighborhoods must have either a homeowners, civic or neighborhood association; homeowner associations must be established as a not-for-profit corporation and be active;
- Associations or organizations must be registered with the Community Development Division;
- Project must be located within a community that is at least 5 years old;
- Project must be visible and accessible from a public roadway.
Funds may not be used for maintenance-type projects, i.e. resealing or repaving streets, routine painting of walls or fences, trimming trees and/or shrubs, mulch and installing improvements required as part of the City code (unless approved by the City Forester). Please review the Partnership Policy and Application to apply.Grant applications are reviewed and approved by a selection committee with representatives from Building, Parks and Recreation, Police, Public Works, Community Development and Code Compliance.
To review whether your organization or association is registered with Community Development, please see the Neighborhood Associations (HOA List). If your association or organization is not registered, please fill out our Neighborhood Registration Form online or contact Community Development at (954) 344-1114.
Please fill out the Block Party Application if you would like the City's assistance with your community block party. Support includes, closing one or more streets, police, fire, City personnel, flyer creation and distribution.
For programs, grants and funding for home repair, please review the City's Home Repair Page.For additional information on the City's neighborhood meetings, also known as "Slice of the Springs," please visit our Slice of the Springs page.