These grants provide funding for projects such as rain gardens, rain barrels, aeration systems for retention ponds, stream bank restoration, neighborhood workshops and other projects that help improve or manage stormwater through education and/or physical improvements.
- Fiscal year 2022 grant recipients
- Fiscal year 2021 grant recipients
- Fiscal year 2020 grant recipients
- Fiscal year 2019 grant recipients
If you're new to the grant program and looking for ideas, these templates may help you find a project that works for your neighborhood.
Open to Fayette County neighborhood, community and homeowner associations incorporated with the Commonwealth of Kentucky that represent single family homeowners or farms who pay the Water Quality Management Fee.
Projects may be funded up to $120,000 with a required 20% cost share of total project cost in cash or in-kind donation.
Applications are due Friday, May 6, 2022.
- Class A Neighborhood Application Packet for FY 2023
- Class A Neighborhood Application Form for FY 2023 (Word)
- Class A Neighborhood Application Form for FY 2023 (PDF)
- Class A Neighborhood Incentive Grant Scoring Sheet
- Class A Neighborhood Sample Grant Award Agreement
- Class A Neighborhood Sample Attachment A
- Class A Neighborhood Sample Attachment B
- Class A Neighborhood Sample Budget (Excel)
Where should applications be sent?
Seven hard copies and one digital copy of the application form with attachments should be sent to:
LFUCG Division of Water Quality
Incentive Grant Program Administrator
125 Lisle Industrial Avenue, Suite 180
Lexington, KY 40511