Sustaining Ann Arbor Together (SA2T) Neighborhood Grant Program (Michigan)
City of Ann Arbor
Nonprofits, , Applicants must have a “responsible entity” to apply for funds, meaning one of the following:
A neighborhood association (registered with the Planning Services Area)
A nonprofit entity registered with the State of Michigan.
For more information, visit Sustaining Ann Arbor Together (SA2T) Neighborhood Grant.
The Sustaining Ann Arbor Together (SA2T) neighborhood grant program promotes and resources community-based activities in support of the City’s sustainability and climate action goals. The Office of Sustainability and Innovation under the City Administrator has the primary responsibility for the SA2T program. SA2T helps neighborhood groups develop, resource, and complete small-scale improvement projects in the city’s rights-of-way or on publicly owned property, including Ann Arbor Public School property.