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Community Challenge Grant Program (CCG)
Living Alleys Grant

The Living Alleys Grant is specifically for projects located within the boundaries of the Market Octavia Area Plan. This category is funded from impact fees generated from new development in the Area Plan. The respective funds are applied to community improvement projects in the area to accommodate increased use of existing amenities by new workers and residents resulting from new development. They are only to be used on capital projects as opposed to maintenance and programming. Projects eligible for this pilot program should be focused on streetscape, public realm, recreation and public open space improvements on city-owned property only. Unlike other CCG programs, these funds cannot be used to remedy deferred maintenance, abate litter or graffiti, sidewalk, or street maintenance.

Market Octavia and Eastern Neighborhood Area Plans Grant (MOEN)

The MOEN Area Plans Grant is specifically for projects located within the boundaries of the Market Octavia (MO) and the Eastern Neighborhoods (EN) Area Plans. This category is funded from impact fees generated from new development in each Area Plans. The respective funds are applied to community improvement projects in these areas to accommodate increased use of existing amenities by new workers and residents resulting from new development. They are only to be used on capital projects as opposed to maintenance and programming. Projects eligible for this pilot program should be focused on streetscape, public realm, recreation and public open space improvements on city-owned property only. Unlike other CCG programs, these funds cannot be used to remedy deferred maintenance, abate litter or graffiti, sidewalk or street maintenance, or projects on privately-owned property.

Urban Watershed Stewardship Grant (WSG)

The Urban Watershed Stewardship Grant (WSG) is based on the idea that small individual actions by San Francisco watershed stewards add up to large benefits for San Francisco’s watersheds and sewer infrastructure. The CCG and the SFPUC hope that this partnership will encourage groups to apply for funding to implement green infrastructure projects, also known as Low Impact Design (LID) in their neighborhood.