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Façade Improvement Grant Program

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Façade Improvement Grants (FIGs)

Property owners within an eligible area of the City (see map in link below) and with eligible projects may apply for façade improvement grants to improve the exteriors of their properties and businesses.  

These matching grants are funded by the City of Greenville and awarded on a reimbursement basis with a maximum amount of $5,000 per façade (or side of a building). Property owner must sign the application, and if selected, the contract.  

Applicants must attend a required pre-application grant workshop where staff will provide information about the grant program. Pre-application grant workshops are scheduled as-needed, provided that program funding is available.

To apply or schedule a pre-application workshop, please call 252.329.4512. The grants are awarded on a competitive basis. The Historic Preservation Commission reviews all applications and makes recommendations to the City Manager, who makes the final decision.

Facade Improvement Grant (FIG) Program - Information and Guidelines, Updated on April 12, 2018

Secretary's  Standards for Rehabilitation

FIG Application Workshop (Spring 2019)

The City of Greenville is again offering Façade Improvement Grants. The grants are being offered to property owners or tenants to improve the facades of commercial structures in the City’s downtown core. The City is offering matching grants up to $5,000 for each façade. A workshop will be held at 5:30 p.m. on January 16, 2020 in Room 329 on the third floor of City Hall, 200 West Fifth Street, at 5:30 PM.

For more details, please call Domini Cunningham at (252) 329-4512.