2015 HCPI Spruce-Up Grants

2015 HCPI Spruce-Up Grants

Applicant  Granted Neighborhood Project
Charles Village Community Benefits District $24,017 Charles Village Village Street Tree Replacement Project:
will restore and increase the tree canopy in Charles Village, Abell, Barclay and Harwood saving 15 established trees and planting 100 trees to restore lost trees and fill in canopy gaps.
Greater Remington Improvement Association $12,801 Remington Sisson Street Lot Project:
will improve this major green space that has been informally used as a gathering spot, a community garden, and much needed play space for children, residing in the surrounding streets in Remington
Old Goucher Community Association $24,068 Old Goucher Old Goucher Tree Canopy Restoration:
will enable the OGCA and the Baltimore Tree Trust to implement restoration of tree canopy (up to 75 trees) through extensive community organizing.
Old Goucher Business Alliance $12,050 Old Goucher Old Goucher Neighborhood Signage Improvement Project:
will provide neighborhood identity through colorful street signs that highlight the artistic character of Old Goucher.
Greater Homewood Community Corporation $20,696 Barclay 2101 Calvert Street Beautification Project:
will beautify the 2100 block of N. Calvert St. and converting the targeted area to handle storm water runoff.
Telesis Corporation $25,000 Barclay Barclay Park Spruce Up:
will support the creation of a new community park with art and signage designed and built by local artists.
Jubilee Baltimore

Hidden Harvest

$12,621 Greenmount
West
Hidden Gems:
will improve the operation of the 1/2 acre Hidden Harvest Farm (a member of the city-wide Farm Alliance) and help relocate the Cabana Men’s Club to a new site in Greenmount West.
Baltimore Montessori Public Charter School  $17,500 Greenmount
West
Build Our Backyard:
will provide playground access to neighborhood children, and these overall improvements, including a shade structure, will provide a safe, shady and cheerful environment for neighbors and students to enjoy together.
New Greenmount West Community Association $21,560 Greenmount
West
Come Out and Play:.
(the next phase of maintaining the vacant lots designated as the “Wonderground”) will add a focus on Oliver Street in providing amenities and services to bicyclists living in and traveling through Greenmount West neighborhood.
Total $169,302.

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