Arkansas Economic Development Commission (AEDC)
03/27/20 4:30 PM
Grants starting at $75,000 to Arkansas eligible cities and counties for public facility and infrastructure projects. Funding is intended to support projects that benefit individuals of low-to-moderate income, eliminate conditions of slum and blight, and address urgent community needs. Only non-entitlement cities and counties are eligible to apply.
The General Assistance set-aside is designed to provide cities and counties with the opportunity to apply for grant assistance for a variety of public infrastructure and public facility projects.
Funding for General Assistance is designed to provide cities and counties with the opportunity to apply for grant assistance for a variety of projects not covered under other funding categories. Applicants may apply for assistance for any eligible project that meets the following criteria:
Funding will generally be provided for public infrastructure
and public facility projects.
The following activities are eligible within the General Assistance Program. If any activity is not noted within the list below, please consult a member of the AEDC Grants Division in order to determine if any other proposed activities are eligible for the program.
GrantWatch ID#: 169700
Grant requests should range from a minimum of $75,000 to a maximum of $200,000, including design fees.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Jean Noble, PCED
Director, Grants Management
Phone: (501) 682-7389
Arkansas Economic Development Commission
Grants Management Division
900 West Capitol, Suite 400
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
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