Eaton Rapids mini-grants fight blight and improve property appeal

A new program in Eaton Rapids called Homeowners in Action will enable City Council to award up to 15 mini-grants of $1,500 each to address neighborhood blight or improve the curb appeal of a property.
According to excerpts from the article:
"Both homeowners and renters who can obtain their property owner’s approval can apply for the new grants. Eligible projects include exterior painting, carport, window, porch or awning additions, as well as landscaping efforts.
"Funding for the mini grants will come from Eaton Rapids Parks and Recreation budget."
Read the full article here.
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