Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) - Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity (DNPA)
02/25/21 4:00 PM Receipt
Grants to Indiana cities, towns, and nonprofit community groups to support active lifestyles for residents across the State. Funding is intended to support equipment purchases, facilities, and short-term traffic and other projects that improve available options for bicycling and walking, leading to improved health for local residents.
The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity (DNPA) invests in partnerships and activities with communities that work towards creating vibrant places that are safe for being physically active during everyday activities such as walking and bicycling. Quickly implemented, low-cost projects supporting safe physical activity have been proven to be a critical spark for successful long-term community change. This program will provide funding to build short-term, low-cost demonstration projects that create long-term momentum to improve the built environment supporting safe walking and bicycling for residents of all ages.
Tactical Urbanism Demonstration Projects Supporting Active Transportation:
The DNPA is providing funding to communities to assist in the design and implementation of low-cost pop-up, tactical urbanism projects that support active living in Indiana. This funding will assist grantees in the planning, preparation, and implementation of one or more tactical urbanism projects in their communities.
Key expectations for the demonstration projects are as follows:
Funding will pay for equipment, materials and installation of the temporary demonstration projects. Examples of projects to be funded include:
GrantWatch ID#: 187963
The maximum grant award is $10,000 for each community and may include single or multiple project locations.
This round of funding is for projects starting after May 1, 2021 and must be substantially completed by September 30, 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications must be submitted via email (PDF format) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information and questions, contact Pete Fritz at 317.234.6808 or at the above email address.
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