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State of Arizona Programs:
Arizona Economic Recovery Center: The Arizona Economic Recovery Center (AZERC) aims to enable more qualified Arizona cities, towns, counties, tribal communities, and nonprofits to win and implement competitive federal, state, municipal, or foundation grants.
Arizona State Parks & Trails Grants: Arizona State Parks and Trails works with federal, state, county and municipal governments, as well as tribes, clubs and non-profits to help fund outdoor recreation educational programs, projects that build recreational motorized and non-motorized trails, trail facilities, and playgrounds. These grants can also be used to develop ball fields, ramadas, picnic tables, grills, and tennis and basketball courts to name a few. Funds can also be used to increase outdoor recreational opportunities for those with disabilities. If your agency is considering building accessible trails, outdoor recreation facilities and/or educational-related projects, our grant programs will help you reach that goal.
City of Safford Programs:
Small Business Support Program: Eligible new small businesses may receive up to $10,000 in assistance including façade updates, waivers of business license fees, building permit fees, utility deposit and hookup fees. Businesses must be located within the city limits of Safford, Arizona.
Safford Downtown Association Façade Grant: The façade grant program is part of a comprehensive approach to improving Downtown Safford. SDA members that are property owners and merchants operating within Downtown Safford between US HWY 191 to 8th Avenue and US HWY 70 and 8th Street are eligible for the grant program.
Town of Thatcher Programs:
US HWY 70 Beautification Grant Program: Property and business owners can join forces with the Town of Thatcher to KEEP THATCHER BEAUTIFUL. The program is focused on property fronting US HWY 70, throughout Thatcher town limits. The mission of the program is to improve curb appeal.