Where dollars from a city-neighborhood partnering program are going

By Andra Lim. Published March 30, 2015

A city program created in 2009 provides matching city funds to neighborhoods who put up their own money or labor for public improvement projects, such as new sidewalks or park upgrades. One of the goals: Ensure the program is accessible to neighborhoods across the city. Here’s where the city has spent money through the program.



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