City of Frankfort Begins Accepting Community Grant Applications
January 30, 2018 – The City of Frankfort will be accepting applications for their Community Grants beginning Thursday, February 1, 2018. The two Community Grant programs were introduced during the neighborhood sweeps conducted during the Fall of 2017. The introduction of the two grant programs is intended to increase citizen engagement in neighborhood stabilization and revitalization.
The grant programs are designed to meet the needs for beautification and collaboration in many of Frankfort’s neighborhoods. The City Commission approved the two grant programs in September 2017. The approval included $5,000.00 to establish a Community Beautification Grant Program designed to beautify Frankfort neighborhoods. The funds will be used to grant up to $500 per project for work to be conducted in public right-of-way that contributes to neighborhood beautification.
The Commission approval also included a grant to help promote community cohesion and build social capital of neighborhoods called the Community Collaboration Grant program which is designed to help stabilize neighborhoods. This approval included the allocation of $5,000.00 for a Community Collaboration Grant Program designed to celebrate and bring Frankfort neighborhoods together for common goals. These projects could include educational workshops, a community newsletter or a community block party. Grants can be awarded in amounts of up to $500.
These grant programs will give citizens a source to fund projects and work together to improve their neighborhoods. The Beautification program encourages groups or neighborhood associations to work together on projects that will improve the visual aspect of their neighborhood, such as landscaping or debris removal. Both programs are intended to work to bring a sense of community pride to Frankfort.
Program guidelines and applications can be found by here on the website or at City Hall.
For additional information please contact Rebecca Hall at 502-352-2076 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In 2016 Frankfort/ Franklin County was named 4th top-performing small town community in Kentucky.
“Frankfort blends warm Southern hospitality with a vibrant entrepreneurial spirit, making this a city on the rise” - Cedar Rapids Gazette.
Some of the priorities focus on improving the economic atmosphere of Frankfort including encouraging a better balanced, more diverse business sector by lessening our reliance on state government. Other priorities encourage maintaining and improving City partnerships with organizations such as the local school systems, Downtown Frankfort, Inc., Tourism, the Kentucky Capital Development Corporation and the Chamber of Commerce to strengthen community ties. Read more...
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January 10, 2018 – At their December 2017 Voting Meeting the Frankfort City Commission adopted the City’s 2018-2019 Policy Agenda Priorities. According to City Manager Cindy Steinhauser, after several meetings with staff and the Commissioners the Board voted to focus on priorities that will help our community continue to be a great place to live, work and play.
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The Frankfort Independent School system has been named 32nd of 168 top School Districts in Kentucky by Niche.com. Niche is a website that helps parents discover the schools and neighborhoods that are right for them and their children. According to their website they rigorously analyze dozens of public data sets and millions of reviews to produce comprehensive rankings, report cards, and profiles for every K-12 school, college, and neighborhood in the U.S. Visit www.Niche.com for full details.
February 7, 2018 - Frankfort Mayor William I. May, Jr. is amongst an early group of local government leaders urging Congress and the Trump Administration to invest in America’s communities. He has joined a growing coalition of mayors, city councilors, town supervisors, county executives and commissioners, tribal leaders, and other local elected officials from across the country that seeks a steady federal partner and new investment in infrastructure, housing, parks, brownfields, and other critical municipal functions that affect people’s quality of life. The “First & Main” coalition represents rural communities, tribal areas, small towns, and mid-sized cities across the United States. Learn More....
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Site Selection magazine named the Frankfort/ Franklin County Micropolitan Statistical Area as the 7th top-performing small town community in the nation for new and expanding business projects in 2015 and 1st in Kentucky.
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