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Find out how you can improve your neighbourhood with a Neighbourhood Enhancement Grant.

For Love Where You Live, why not make your neighbourhood more beautiful and vibrant with a Neighbourhood Enhancement Grant? 

You can receive a Small Project Grants for a maximum of $3,000 for a physical improvement. The Small Project Grant supports planning, organizing and carrying out projects that improve the physical appearance of your neighbourhood.

All projects must demonstrate how they will abide by COVID-19 physical distancing guidelines during their implementation. If you have some ideas but are looking for help or have questions, reach out to us at lovewhereyoulive@surrey.ca.   

Program Overview and Guidelines

Learn the complete details of the Neighbourhood Enhancement program in the Program Overview and Guidelines.

All Surrey residents, community groups, businesses and associations can apply. To qualify for these grants, you must match your grant money with contributions of volunteer labour and services, donated materials and/or cash. Applications are accepted all year.

Please note: All applications must include how you will implement physical distancing measures during your community gathering or project.

Small Project Grants (Maximum $3,000)

The Neighbourhood Small Project Grant supports planning, organizing and carrying out projects that improve the physical appearance of your neighbourhood. For example, you could:

  • Create a neighbourhood garden
  • Landscape a boulevard
  • Clean up a vacant property
  • Plant some flowering trees
  • Create a neighbourhood entrance feature

Download the Small Project Grant Application.

Celebration & Activity Grants (Maximum $1,000)

The Celebration & Activity Grant supports encouraging community activism and celebration. Some ideas include:

  • Hosting a block party (you may be eligible for up to $500)
  • Organizing a neighbourhood festival
  • Running a street cleanup day

Download the Celebration and Activity Grant Application.

Apply for a Neighbourhood Enhancement Grant