Since 1985, the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government has funded the Neighborhood Action Match Program to support neighborhood associations in carrying out development activities and improvements.
This has been done through the cooperative efforts and voluntary contributions of neighborhood individuals, businesses, schools and other organizations. Grants and Special Programs is responsible for managing this program.
FY21 application round is now open!
Grants and Special Programs is now accepting applications for Fiscal Year 2021 from eligible neighborhood associations located in Fayette County. The deadline for submission of an application to this program is 4 p.m., Friday, Aug. 7, 2020.
The maximum program award to a neighborhood association is $10,000. The neighborhood association must match all funds it receives with an equal amount through cash contributions or donated materials, service or labor unless located in an eligible census tract. See guidelines for more information.
Below are links to access the NAMP guidelines and application forms:
If you have any questions about the program, please contact Celia Moore, at (859) 258-3072 or email.
Below you will find several resources to use when administering your current Neighborhood Action Match Program Grant. These are the most recent versions and should be used regardless of the year you received funding for your grant.
Requesting reimbursement instructions and forms (FILLABLE) – Use this form if you prefer to type directly into the form. This document includes a volunteer sign-in sheet that allows you to pre-fill names and addresses.
Volunteer sign-in sheet – This version is not fillable and is recommended for using when you do not know who will be volunteering ahead of time. Use this form to document volunteers for your NAMP projects. There is an additional volunteer sign-in form located in the "Requesting Reimbursement Instructions and Forms" document listed above that is partially fillable.
NAMP Mailing List
**Remember to keep your listing on the LFUCG neighborhood association mailing list up-to-date!**
If you have had any changes with your association, i.e. primary or secondary contacts, phone numbers, emails, websites, etc., please contact Donna Lewis with Planning at (859) 258-3101 or email.