Facade Grant Program
VALPARAISO | Two facade grant applicants were given one last chance to get their projects done in order to receive their funds this year.
VALPARAISO | It didn't take long for the city to find an applicant for a share of the additional $200,000 placed in the downtown facade grant program in August.
VALPARAISO | A federal program designed to help renovate rental properties more than 25 years ago is about to have a new life helping the city renovate the facades of downtown buildings.
CHESTERTON | The Façade Grant Program has been established by the Façade Committee of the Duneland Chamber of Commerce and funded thru the Duneland Economic Development Company (DEDC) to foster and fund projects that will improve the appearance of commercial buildings in the main corridors o…
VALPARAISO | If applications for facade grants are any indication, North Washington Street is a very popular place for businesses to invest these days.
VALPARAISO | When the state "found" about $3 million in county income tax revenue that was not distributed to the local taxing bodies, Valparaiso had no trouble figuring out where its share would do the most good.
VALPARAISO | The success of the North Calumet Avenue facade grant program is one case where spending more than was initially budgeted was a good thing.
VALPARAISO | The Calumet Avenue facade grant program has provided the spark the city intended to get businesses to improve their appearance. In fact, the spark has become almost a raging fire.
VALPARAISO | The first time Thomas Kennedy, owner of Kennedy Buick/Mazda, tried to apply for a facade grant under the city's program for businesses on Calumet Avenue, he was told it didn't apply to his end of Calumet.
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