Armatage Neighborhood Funds Survey
The Armatage Neighborhood Association has remaining, unspent funds and we need your input!

City funding for neighborhood organizations like the ANA expires in 2020. There isn’t a new plan in place for 2021 and beyond yet, but funding is expected to decrease significantly or possibly end entirely.

The neighborhood has enough remaining funds (just over $220,000) to keep popular programs and community services going for approximately the next 4+ years, from 2020 through 2023.

We’ve drafted a plan to allocate these one-time funds and need your feedback to keep Armatage a livable, lovable community. Scroll through to see the plan and tell us what you think by Friday, November 15.

The final neighborhood and board vote will take place on Tuesday, November 19 at 6:30pm at the Armatage Rec Center. Everyone 18 years and older who lives or represents a business in Armatage is eligible to vote.
Do you live, own property, or operate a business within Armatage? Neighborhood boundaries: 54th St, Xerxes Ave, Hwy 62 and Logan Ave *
Draft Funding Plan
Here's our plan to allocate these remaining funds to keep popular programs and community services operating for the next 4+ years:

*$40,000 for Rain Gardens: Subsidies for renters and homeowners to install a low cost rain or native gardens to minimize runoff, filter and clean groundwater, and increase pollinator habitat

*$15,000 for Safety Rebates: Rebates of up to $100 for residents annually for qualifying home safety upgrades. Up to $1,000/yr for businesses (lifetime max of $2,000)

*$6,000 for Informal Gatherings: Pop-up events and Neighborhood Happy Hours

*$14,000 for Mini Grants: Grants up to $1,0000 awarded to complete a project focused on the Armatage Neighborhood.

*$78,500 for Staffing:
-$70,000 for Program Implementation: Coordination for ANA's programs, events, communications, volunteer coordination and outreach.
-$8,500 for Accounting: Accounting and financials for ANA's work.

*$10,000 for Traffic Calming and Pedestrian Safety: Support improvements to neighborhood signage, pedestrian and/or bicycle infrastructure, lighting, etc.

*$44,000 for Community Engagement:
-$15,000 for Events and Programs: Support Summer Festival, Green Team events, Welcome Bags, park events, and other community programs
-$5,000 for Supplies and Materials: Office supplies and materials to support community engagement.
-$24,000 for Neighborhood Communications: Armatage News print newsletters, mailing and printing expenses, digital communications and website.

*$15,000 - OPEN. What are your ideas for these remaining funds? Tell us below!
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We have ~$15,000 set aside for new programs or initiatives in this plan. What are your ideas for these funds? *
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