Register Your Resilient Street
Are you excited about becoming an official Resilient Street?! 
So are we!

By filling out the following information, you will be registering your street to become part of a provincial-wide resiliency movement. This means you will get exclusive inside information, be the first to know about our grants and be added to BC's Resilient Streets movement.

Fill in the information below to join the fun.

Email address
What neighourhood do you live in?
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What is the name of your street block or building?
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First Name
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Last Name
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Street Address
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Postal Code
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Phone Number
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How did you hear about Resilient Streets?
If you heard about Resilient Streets from another community organization or network, please tell us who:
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What has motivated you or inspired you to organize a Resilient Streets gathering or project?
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Connecting and keeping in touch
Building Resilient Neighbourhoods offer 2 types of micro-grants to residents of Greater Victoria and Esquimalt to help you get started. Apply below for either 1) a $50 Neighbour "Pre-Planning" Gathering (think "Party with a Purpose!") or 2) a $200 Resilient Streets Project micro grant.

WANT TO BUILD CONNECTIONS AND RESILIENCE WITH YOUR NEIGHBOURS BUT NOT SURE WHAT TO DO? The "pre-planning" Neighbour Gathering micro-grant is specifically to support people in bringing neighbours together to build relationships and identify what type of projects neighbours are interested in undertaking together.

ALREADY CONNECTED WITH YOUR NEIGHBOURS AND WANT TO DO A PROJECT TOGETHER? The Resilient Streets Project micro-grant provides support for neighbours to work together on a small project in their building or on their street that enhances connections and resilience.

Are you interested in applying for a micro-grant?
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