Neighborhood Investment Program
What is the Neighborhood Investment Program?
The Neighborhood Investment Program (NIP - formerly Neighborhood Reinvestment Grants) is a partnership between the City of Boise and City registered neighborhood associations.
The program funds comprehensive neighborhood plans and capital construction projects to help enrich the lives of our citizens, enhance the identity and quality of life in our neighborhoods and encourage a strong sense of community. The program also funds mini-grants to support neighborhood communication and community-building.
Several updates affecting the Neighborhood Investment Program have been made, which will affect FY19 project applications. Please review the information below; for questions, email Melinda McGoldrick at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (208) 570-6834.
All neighborhood associations interested in submitting a project application are encouraged to attend the City Project Manager Open House event for an opportunity to discuss project ideas, plans, and feasibility. Neighborhood associations will be required to attend a ZoomGrants workshop this year.
The FY20 application cycle will be open in November 2018. All neighborhood associations interested in submitting a project application are encouraged to attend the City Project Manager Open house event for an opportunity to discuss project ideas, plans, and feasibility. All Neighborhood Associations will be required to attend a ZoomGrants workshop this year. Dates for the Project Manager Open House and ZoomGrants workshops are listed below.
- City Project Manager Open House: September 26, 5-7 PM at the Dick Eardley Senior Center (690 Robbins Rd.)
- Applications accepted for FY19 projects: November 1, 2017 through January 31, 2018
- Project funding announcement: July 2018
- Project implementation begins: October 2018
For questions regarding the Neighborhood Investment Program, please contact us via email or call (208) 570-6834.