Steele Creek Areas are Eligible for Neighborhood Matching Grants
(October 4, 2008) The
City of Charlotte administers a Neighborhood Matching Grants Program
for neighborhood statistical areas (NSAs) with median household incomes not exceeding
$64,219 based on the
Charlotte Neighborhood Quality of Life Study. The
program is designed improve neighborhoods and the lives of the
people who live there. A map showing the eligible neighborhoods in Steele
Creek is below.
ranges up to $25,000. Cash, volunteer labor, and in-kind donations
may be used as the neighborhood's match.
business or resident organizations may apply if the majority of the
members live or operate businesses in the neighborhood.
Neighborhood-based community development corporations with at least
one-third neighborhood representation on their boards may also be
eligible to apply
for Neighborhood Matching Grants in Steele Creek are:
NSA 100 (that
part within the Charlotte city limits) - South of West Boulevard, west of the
railroad and Billy Graham Parkway, northwest of S Tryon
Street, north of Shopton Road, and east of Steele Creek
NSA 102 -
Residential areas south of Brown-Grier Road, west of Sandy
Porter Road and S Tryon Street, north of Westinghouse
Boulevard, and east of Steele Creek Road.
NSA 107 (that
part within the Charlotte city limits) - Stowe Creek area
NSA 199 -
Between S Tryon Street and I-77 and north of I-485.
Grants are awarded
three times a year; March 15, June 15 and September 15. To apply, a
representative from the organization must attend at least one
Charlotte Neighborhood Development at
704-336-2349 if you have questions about the process or the
eligibility for a specific neighborhood or
information visit the
Matching Grants Program web page.