Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Dallas Neighborhood Vitality Grant award recipients!
Below is a list of the 2019-2020 DVNG award recipients! More than $100,000 will support the nineteen projects listed below to improve neighborhoods across Dallas. The City is partnering with neighborhood organizations and nonprofits over the next twelve months to implement neighborhood beautification, park or trail improvements, pedestrian improvements, signage and litter abatement.
The DNVG program is a competitive annual funding opportunity to encourage neighborhood organizations to identify and
implement projects that address specific needs while increasing resident
engagement, promoting neighborhood pride and building organizational capacity
through collaboration and partnerships.
The following grant recipient list is in alphabetical order. Click here for a map showing 2019-2020 project locations:
|Chimney Hill HOA||Beautification||Improving walkability with new and repaired sidewalks||10|
|Cochran Heights NA||Beautification||Transforming an unimproved City alley into a pedestrian-friendly living alley with sidewalk and landscaping||14|
|Dallas Parkway Village HOA||Signage||Branding the neighborhood with sign toppers||7|
|Elm Thicket-Northpark NA||Signage||Branding the neighborhood with sign toppers||2|
|Elmwood Neighborhood Association||Litter Abatement||Addressing illegal dumping by installing a camera surveillance system in collaboration with City Marshal's Office||1|
|Friends of Arapaho Park||Public Park or Trail Improvements||Enhancing park with new sidewalk/path and amenities||11|
|Friends of Oak Cliff Parks||Public Park or Trail Improvements||Enhancing park with bi-lingual signage with phone app for plant identification||1,4|
|Glenview NA||Signage||Branding the neighborhood with sign toppers||4|
|HIS Bridge Builders – Bonton NA||Neighborhood Engagement||Implement communication strategy with website and branding ||7|
|Lake Highlands Women’s League – Lake Highlands West Homeowners Association||Neighborhood Engagement||Implement a “growth strategy” to attract older aged children through holding age-appropriate activities that interest all ages to include an ice-skating rink on the day of the event||9|
|Lakewood Trails Neighborhood Association||Public Park or Trail Improvements||Renovate park trail with the installation of a drinking fountain, trash receptacles, and landscape||9|
|Love Field West Neighborhood Association||Signage||Branding the neighborhood with sign toppers ||2|
|Northwood Estates Neighborhood Association||Signage||Branding the neighborhood with sign toppers||10|
Oak Park Estates Neighborhood Association
|Signage||Branding the neighborhood with sign toppers||4|
|Phillis Wheatley Neighbors NA||Signage||Branding the neighborhood with sign toppers||7|
|Shreiber Crime Watch||Public Park or Trail Improvements & Signage||Renovating park with playground equipment and install crime watch signs ||13|
|Skillman Bend Condominium Association||Beautification||An entryway landscape enhancement project including soil, plants and stones ||10|
Meadows Youth Development – Ladies Club de Vickery Meadows ||Engagement||Hosting festival to engage members of diverse community||13|
|Willow Grove Baptist Church – Oak Park Estates NA||Beautification||Installing right of way landscaping||4|
Click here for a map showing 2018-2019 grant recipiencts' project locations.
The Dallas Neighborhood Vitality Grant Program (DNVG) was created to encourage neighborhood organizations to identify
and implement projects that address specific neighborhood needs while
increasing resident engagement, promoting neighborhood pride, and building
neighborhood organization capacity through collaborations and partnerships.
Projects must serve a public purpose and provide community benefits by
promoting the creation of strong, safe, and vibrant neighborhoods. The
Dallas Neighborhood Vitality Grant is a refresh of the growSouth Neighborhood Challenge
For more information, call 214.671.8900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.