Partnerships are an effective way to support community groups and the County in achieving community goals. Currently, the County offers four community funding streams: Capital Projects Program (CPP), Community Beautification (CB), Community Halls, and Fields & Parks Management Program (FPM).
Community Partnerships include a policy and processes which help the County identify and prioritize appropriate partnerships. The process offers a single entry point into the County for proposals from groups and/or organizations, and ensures a fair and consistent approach to reviewing, assessing, and approving community proposals. Only proposals for projects taking place on County-owned property will be considered. Refer to the Community Partnership Program Policy for more details.
Eligible applicants include:
- a community-based Board of Directors on behalf of a not-for-profit, incorporated group/organization; or,
- an established community association or private sector business or organization in conjunction with a not-for-profit organization as the lead on the proposal.