Grant Information

Public Services

Social Service Funding Grants

  • The City of Beaverton makes annual grant awards to nonprofit organizations that address community needs and target the root causes of poverty. The City Council directs the Social Service Funding Committee to make recommendations on the basis of several criteria, including a set of priority areas for the fiscal year. 
  • Contact: Megan Cohen at Community Services Coordinator 

Community Development Block Grants

  • CDBG funds are used in homeless shelters/services, homeless prevention, youth and family programs, other public services, lowering the cost of homeownership, critical needs housing repair, small business development, and from time to time infrastructure and public facility development/improvement.
  • Contact: Kathy Peoples at Development Project Coordinator

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Events / Activities

Welcoming Grants

  • These grants support community led projects that increase opportunities for cross cultural exchange, build Beaverton’s identity as a welcoming city, build relationships and understanding to unite residents, and foster pride in our diverse community. Grants are available in two categories: 1) Welcoming Week or 2) Year-Round Welcoming.
  • Contact: Paolo Esteban at

Community Arts Organizations and Projects Grant

Emerging Arts Opportunities Grant

Neighborhood Matching Grant 

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Business Support

Storefront Improvement (SI) Program

Tenant Improvement (TI) Grant

Pre-Development Grant

  • The City of Beaverton and the Beaverton Urban Redevelopment Agency are now offering grants to assist developers and businesses in exploring opportunities within the Central Beaverton Urban Renewal District. The grant program will enhance livability and attract new jobs by incentivizing quality increased density and employment through mixed-use, office and industrial development.
  • Contact: Janiene Lambert at

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