Welcome to the City's Neighborhood Program!
Strengthening Appleton's Neighborhoods
ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD PROGRAM
What is the Neighborhood Program?
The Neighborhood Program is an initiative developed to build bonds and foster communication between City Hall and Appleton neighborhoods. The goal of the program is to strengthen Appleton's neighborhoods.How does it work?
How do I register my neighborhood?
How do I define my neighborhood boundaries?
- Assistance in organizing your neighborhood and facilitating group meetings
- Map and demographic information of your neighborhood
- Connect your neighbors and local businesses in your neighborhood
- Receive press releases and information on city events, workshops and other valuable educational opportunities from the Community and Economic Development Department
- Information on forming Neighborhood Watch Groups
- Eligibility for participation in the Neighborhood Academy which is offered in collaboration with Sustainable Fox Valley
- Notification from developers interested in obtaining neighborhood input on projects
- Eligibility for neighborhood grants*
- Presentation to registered neighborhoods by various City staff
THE NEIGHBORHOOD GRANT PROGRAM
The Neighborhood Grant Program (TNGP) is open to all Appleton registered neighborhoods that participate in the City's Neighborhood Program. The grants assist in strengthening and sustaining the social network of the Appleton community and may be applied to projects that enhance cultural, beautification, recreation, education, neighborhood cleanup, neighborhood safety and family/youth issues through resident-driven activities within each neighborhood. Grant applications will be processed twice per year on August 1 and February 1. Staff shall reserve the option, but not an obligation, to process applications at other times when warranted.
Click here to download The Neighborhood Grant Program application, which can be completed using Microsoft Word.
For more information, please contact Matt Rehbein (920-832-6463 / firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dave Kress (920-832-6428 / email@example.com).
|NEIGHBORHOOD NAME||NEIGHBORHOOD CONTACT(S)||DATE REGISTERED|
|Old Third Ward||Keith & Antoinette Powell||5/12/13|
|Historic Central Neighborhood||Elizabeth Gordon||7/29/13|
|Ashbury Meadows||Bernie Coley||7/30/13|
|Northland Downs||Jon Parkhurst||8/6/13|
|Windingbrook Watch||Erin Arndt||8/9/13|
|Dellwood Street||Amy Johnson||8/9/13|
|Lawrence-City Park||Andrew Dane||8/30/13|
|Colony Oaks||Al Welch||9/17/13|
|Summit Park||Gene & Sharon Wallis||10/3/13|
|Erb Park||Jim & Regina Case||10/22/13|
|Peabody Park||Anna & Grant Johnson||12/1/13|
|Alicia Park||Ann-Marie Helmbrecht||3/27/14|
|Huntley Houses||Jamie Karpinske||9/22/14|
|River Drive||Rob Gusky||11/10/15|
|Downtown||Will & Pam Weider||12/9/15|
|St. Bernadette Parish/Thompson Center on Lourdes||Patty Eichhorst||12/22/16|
Building Blocks: Appleton Launches Registration Initiative to Strengthen Neighborhoods (Post Crescent Oct. 9, 2013)
- My Neighborhood
- Council, Commission & Committee Agenda and Minutes
- Appleton GIS and Maps
- Comprehensive Plan 2010-2030
- Municipal Code
- City FAQs
- CDBG Program
- Housing Rehab
|Contact:||Matt Rehbein - Economic Development Specialist
Click here to email
|Mailing Address:||100 N. Appleton Street
Appleton, WI 54911
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|Hours:||Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm|