Below you will find the information necessary to maintain your 2014 Neighborhood Block Watch Grant. The forms are in the link below, followed by a Frequently Asked Questions document, then all other information is located below. If you are not able to locate the information you need, please call the Grant Staff at 602-262-6131.
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WELCOME to the 2014 Neighborhood Block Watch Grant Program Application Process
Thank you for participating in the 2014 Neighborhood Block Watch Grant Program (NBWGP) Application Process. The NBWGP provides an opportunity to enhance the safety and the quality of life in our city through empowerment of community groups that work to prevent and solve crime-related problems in their neighborhoods. The NBWGP was created to provide funding to neighborhood groups to undertake new and innovative programs and activities aimed at preventing and reducing crime in the community. The aim and purpose of the NBWGP are to detect, deter, and/or delay crime. This is done by educating individuals to work together to solve problems, encouraging citizens to develop a sense of ownership for their neighborhoods, developing and addressing common neighborhood goals, coordinating pertinent neighborhood/community meetings, and teaching crime prevention and safety techniques.
Funding shall be provided on a competitive basis for proposals that demonstrate the potential to produce the greatest measurable results for a definable population or area. Your comments and input throughout the course of the program will be greatly appreciated.
For assistance with completing your application, here are the 2014 Block Watch Grant presentations: