Slow Streets

Slow Streets

Create a Slow Streets Program to promote the growth of healthy and vibrant neighborhoods in your community.

Funding Available

  • $2,000 per new project
  • Locations:
    • Grant County
  • To access funding:
    1. Complete a 30 Day Challenge
    2. Report the impact of your project

How to get involved

Time: The initial planning should take up to 3–6 hours before deciding to talk to your city leadership for approval. Once approved, the transformation of your neighborhood street could take from 2 days to 1 week to complete.

5 Steps
Who?
Michael Sanchez followed Slow Streets about 1 year ago
Roger Sanchez followed Slow Streets about 1 year ago
Jeffrey Lazos-Ferns followed Slow Streets about 1 year ago
Mark Olivares followed Slow Streets about 1 year ago
Defranco Sarabia followed Slow Streets about 1 year ago
Dasha Kabanova joined Slow Streets Moses Lake a Slow Streets group about 1 year ago
Executive Director joined Slow Streets Moses Lake a Slow Streets group about 1 year ago
Orna Moorehead followed Slow Streets over 1 year ago
ELIZABETH ALVARADO joined Slow Streets Quincy a Slow Streets group about 1 year ago
Michael Sanchez joined Slow Streets San Antonio a Slow Streets group about 1 year ago
Roger Sanchez joined Slow Streets San Antonio a Slow Streets group about 1 year ago
Jeffrey Lazos-Ferns joined 18th Place Neighborhood a Slow Streets group about 1 year ago
Mark Olivares joined Slow Streets San Antonio a Slow Streets group about 1 year ago
Allison Barnett followed Slow Streets over 1 year ago
Defranco Sarabia joined Slow Streets San Antonio a Slow Streets group about 1 year ago

Funding Available

  • $2,000 per new project
  • Locations:
    • Grant County
  • To access funding:
    1. Complete a 30 Day Challenge
    2. Report the impact of your project
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