Good Neighbor Grant

Enhancing Communities & Neighborhoods

Matching grant awards up to $500 are available each year to neighborhood associations or community groups. The purpose of this grant is to enhance the sense of community and sustainability of our neighborhoods through the development and accomplishment of an environmentally sustainable landscape beautification project.

Please complete the Good Neighbor Grant Application to be considered. Applications open July 1 and the deadline for submissions is September 15. Grant award amounts are contingent upon the number of applications received and available funding.

Previous Winners


  1. 2023
  2. 2022
  3. 2019
  4. 2018
  5. 2017

Williamsburg Community Growers

This water sustainability project, “Save Every Drop” involved installing 18 hose racks throughout the community garden, to save water, decrease hose damage and improve the appearance of the garden. 

Williamsburg Community Growers

Colonial Heritage

This project involved refurbishment of the mulch path surrounding the wildflower meadow. 

Jamestown 1607

Continuing their project from last year, the neighborhood planted privacy shrubs (native American Holly bushes and Wax Myrtles) and Evergreen seedlings along Jamestown Road, providing privacy for the homes along the roadway, and making a more scenic view for travelers.

Jamestown 1607

Uncle’s Neck

The neighborhood created a Peace Garden with native plants and a wooden bench. This garden will act as the beginning of a future educational walking path with signage about the native plants and local wildlife.

Uncles Neck

Riverview Plantation

This project included replacing Riverview Plantation's 30 year old entrance sign and adding sustainable landscaping.

Riverview Plantation