The Neighborhood Block Watch Grant Program Application

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					   The Neighborhood
       Block Watch
Grant Program Application
   Writing Presentation

 ~ Introduction ~
              Program History
The Neighborhood Block Watch Grant Program
(NBWGP) was created in 1993 as a result of the
enactment of the Neighborhood Protection Ordinance
(Proposition 301).
The program was created to further the expansion of
Block Watch programs in the city of Phoenix.
The program is funded through Phoenix sales tax
revenue.
Applicant participation has increased dramatically since
the program’s first year, resulting in over 200 Block
Watch organizations applying for funding in 2008.
             Aim and Purpose
Detect, deter, and/or delay crime
Improve the quality of life within neighborhoods by
educating individuals to work together to solve crime
problems
Encourage citizens to have pride in their neighborhood
and to prevent crime
Motivate citizens toward common neighborhood crime
prevention goals
Coordinate pertinent crime prevention
neighborhood/community meetings
Teach crime prevention and safety techniques
            Program Guidelines
Applicant groups must be located within the corporate
limits of the city of Phoenix, or serve citizens located
exclusively in Phoenix, to be eligible to apply.
Applicant groups must be either listed with the
Neighborhood Services Department or registered with
the Phoenix Police Department (if a Block Watch) by
Friday, February 6, 2009 to be eligible to apply.
   To register with the Police Department, please call
   602-495-0597.
   To register with Neighborhood Services, please call
   602-534-8444.
        Application Information
The 2009 NBWGP application will be available online at
www.phoenix.gov/police/nbwgrant.html on Friday,
January 2, 2009.
It will be in Microsoft Word format, which can be filled in
and then e-mailed to grant staff for submission.
The application will consist of two (2) separate
documents; one with questions numbered 1-17, and the
other with questions numbered 18-19.
In addition to this presentation, please use the Welcome
Letter to ensure that your application is complete before
submitting it.
         Application / Eligibility
Multiple changes have been made to the NBWGP and
application for the 2009 grant year, including:
  The short form application has been eliminated.
     All applicants must now complete the same application, regardless of the
     amount of the grant request.
  NOTE: Beginning with the 2010 application, ALL Primary
  Applicants must have held a minimum of four neighborhood
  meetings (in separate months) during the prior grant year to be
  eligible to apply for any amount greater than $1,000.
     Primary Applicants in existence for less than six months or who have not
     held the minimum number of required meetings can only apply for a
     maximum of $1,000.
     Attendance must be kept for meetings, and rosters (with crime prevention
     related meeting topics) must submitted no later than Friday, February 13,
     2009, at 5 p.m. (one week after the application is due).
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  ~ Application
 Questions 1-5 ~
 Primary Applicant - Question #1
Only the organization/group types listed below can apply
as a Primary Applicant:
  Block Watch/Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol Groups
  Neighborhood Organizations/Associations
  Homeowners’ Associations
  Fight Back Groups
If your group applies as a Primary Applicant, it cannot
also apply as a Citywide Applicant (Question #3).
Primary applicants are eligible to apply twice; once by
themselves, and once with a partner (Co-Applicant).
Primary applicants may apply for a maximum of $10,000
per grant application.
     Primary Applicant (cont’d)
Enter the name of your organization as listed with the
Neighborhood Services Department or registered with
the Phoenix Police Department.
Please select your organization type.
NOTE: If your organization does not qualify as a
Primary Applicant, you may be eligible to apply as a
Citywide Applicant (Question #3). Please read all
eligibility requirements carefully to determine which
category your organization belongs in.
      Primary Applicant (cont’d)
Eligibility requirements for Homeowners’ Associations
(HOAs), incorporated groups, and 501(c)3s have
changed. Groups in this category must meet the
following criteria to be eligible to apply:
  Must submit official minutes or resolution showing that the Board
  of Directors took legal and/or formal action to approve the grant
  application and agree to accept the related grant program
  requirements and financial responsibilities.
  At least two (2) Board members or officers must be signers on
  the application, and, if funded, on the contract and checking
  account.
     If there is a designee(s), documentation must be submitted that authorizes
     the individual(s) to sign and act on the Board’s behalf. Partnering groups
     must follow the same criteria.
       Primary Applicant (cont’d)
Eligibility requirements (continued):
   If HOA is not incorporated or a 501(c)3, copies of either its by-
   laws or CC&Rs must be submitted.
   If HOA is incorporated or a 501(c)3, verification of official status
   must be submitted.
   Must submit its most recent annual financial report and current
   year’s budget.
      If applying with a partner that is incorporated, a 501(c)3, or will receive more
      than $5,000 of grant funds, partner must also submit financial report and
      budget.
   NOTE: Block Watches or other neighborhood groups that
   exist within the boundaries of the formal HOA must apply
   with the HOA as a partner.
   Primary Applicant (cont’d)
Question #1a:
  Check the box marked “Yes” if your organization is listed with the
  Neighborhood Services Department or registered with the
  Phoenix Police Department, or the box marked “No” if not.
  NOTE: If your organization is not registered, your
  application will be automatically disqualified.
Question #1b:
  Check the box marked “Yes” if you are partnering with another
  organization, or the box marked “No” if not.
  NOTE: If you are not partnering with another organization,
  skip to Question #4.
      Co-Applicant - Question #2
If your group applies as a Co-Applicant, it cannot also
apply as a Citywide Applicant (Question #3).
Co-Applicants must apply with a Primary Applicant.
Co-Applicants are defined as:
   Non-Profit Agencies (IRS qualified only)
   Schools
   Businesses
   City Departments by section or division
   Faith-based organizations
Please select your organization type.
Enter the name of your organization (if a non-profit, enter
name as listed with the IRS).
 Citywide Category - Question #3
The Citywide Category was created this year for groups
that provide services throughout Phoenix. The criteria to
apply under this category is as follows:
  Applicant groups must be incorporated, a 501(c)3, or a section,
  division, or precinct of a City Department.
  Applicants must provide either citywide services or services to
  more than four (4) neighborhoods.
  Applicants must have a crime prevention program or project
  affiliated with or sponsored by the City of Phoenix.
  Can submit ONLY one (1) application; max amount, $10,000.
  Organizations that belong in this category MUST apply under
  this category cannot apply as a partner (Co-Applicant) on other
  applications with neighborhood organizations.
      Citywide Category (cont’d)
Citywide Category criteria (continued):
   Must submit official minutes or resolution showing that the Board
   of Directors took legal and/or formal action to approve the grant
   application and agree to accept the related grant program
   requirements and financial responsibilities.
   At least two (2) Board members or officers must be signers on
   the application and, if funded, on the contract and checking
   account.
      If there is a designee(s), documentation must be submitted that authorizes
      the individual(s) to sign and act on the Board’s behalf. Partnering groups
      must follow the same criteria.
   Must submit a list of services provided and names of groups,
   organizations, and/or individuals served.
      Citywide Category (cont’d)
Citywide Category criteria (continued):
   Must submit its most recent annual financial report and current
   year’s budget.
      If applying with a partner that is incorporated, a 501(c)3, or will receive more
      than $5,000 of grant funds, partner must also submit financial information.
   Verification of official incorporated or 501(c)3 status must be
   submitted.
   Cannot request fuel reimbursement for either PNP or graffiti
   abatement activities.
   NOTE: Police precincts may submit one application for the
   Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol (PNP) program, plus one
   application for the citywide PNP program.
     Citywide Category (cont’d)
Enter the name of your organization as listed with the
Neighborhood Services Department or registered with
the Phoenix Police Department.
Question #3a:
  Check the box marked “Yes” if your organization is listed with the
  Neighborhood Services Department or registered with the
  Phoenix Police Department, or the box marked “No” if not.
  NOTE: If your organization is not registered, your
  application will be automatically disqualified.
    Title of Project - Question #4
Enter the title of your project.
   Example: The Neighborhood/School Truancy Project.

   Contact Person - Question #5
Enter the name, address, phone number(s), and e-mail
address of the individual who will receive all
correspondence regarding this application. The contact
person:
   Is not required to be a signer on the application.
   Will receive the four (4) quarter reports by e-mail throughout the
   grant year.
   Is first individual contacted by grant staff if any issues regarding
   the application/grant arise.
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  ~ Application
 Questions 6-17 ~
       Boundaries - Question #6
Enter the north, south, east, and west geographic
boundaries of the area that will be directly impacted by
your grant project:
   Example: North: Camelback Road; South: Campbell Avenue;
   East: 16th Street; West: 12th Street.
Check the box(es) for the Council District(s) and enter
the Police Precinct(s) that will be directly impacted by
your grant project:
   Example: Council District 6, Central City Precinct.
If your project is citywide, check the Council District
box labeled “ALL” and enter “ALL” into Police
Precinct field.
    Project Impact – Question #7
Check the box next to all items that your project will
impact:
   Detect, Deter, and Delay Crime.
   Improve the Quality of Life Within Neighborhoods and Prevent
   Crime.
   Encourage Citizens to Have Pride in Their Neighborhood and
   Prevent Crime.
   Motivate Citizens Toward Common Neighborhood Crime
   Prevention Goals.
   Coordinate Pertinent Crime Prevention
   Neighborhood/Community Meetings.
   Teach Crime Prevention and Safety Techniques.
      Description - Question #8
Briefly describe your organization, explaining when and
why it was formed and its overall goals. Also, list the
current services your organization provides.
        Summary - Question #9
Summarize your grant project in 100 words or less.
Your summary should include what you plan to achieve
and how your project will reduce crime and better
educate citizens on safety or crime prevention
techniques.
  Example: Our project is a neighborhood/school educational
  workshop for youngsters with a history of truancy. Our goal is to
  reduce truancy by 20 percent…etc…
      Objectives – Question #10
Provide a list of no more than eight (8) objectives that
your organization plans to accomplish as part of your
project.
   Please include a timetable and/or expected completion dates.
   Example: Identify children with highest truancy rate, September
   2009.

          History - Question #11
Provide information of any past projects or experiences
regarding crime prevention, safety/neighborhood
enhancements, or improvement efforts in which your
organization or individuals within your organization have
consistently and successfully participated.
Other Information - Question #12
Your opportunity to add any other information that you
feel is important and should be considered.

Previous Funding - Question #13
Check the box if your group is currently receiving
Neighborhood Block Watch Grant Program (NBWGP)
funds.
If your group has received funds in the past, please list
the year(s) funded, the amount funded, and the name of
the organization, if different.
    Primary Applicant Funding -
           Question #14
Describe any funding that your organization currently
receives, including any public or private funds, volunteer
service, fundraisers, dues, etc. If in excess of $5,000
annually, sources and amounts must be itemized.
Co-Applicant Funding - Question
             #14a
Describe any funding that your organization currently
receives, including any public or private funds, volunteer
service, fundraisers, dues, etc. If in excess of $5,000
annually, sources and amounts must be itemized.
 Funding Amount - Question #15
Enter the amount of grant funds you are requesting.
NOTE: The maximum amount that you may request
is $10,000.

    Total Budget - Question #16
Enter the amount of your total budget.
  The total budget equals your grant request and Matching/In-Kind
  donations added together.
      Signatures – Question #17
There must be at least two (2) signatures on every
application.
If applying with a Co-Applicant, at least one (1)
representative from each organization (Block
Watch/Neighborhood Group AND partnering group)
must sign the application.
Signers on the grant application will also be signers on
the grant checking account. Please only sign the
application if you are comfortable with that.
Individuals who reside at the same physical address or
who are related (including by marriage) CANNOT sign
the same grant application.
            Signatures (cont’d)
Members of the Neighborhood Block Watch Grant
Program Oversight Committee CANNOT be signers.
Please enter your Name and Title, the Organization
that you represent, your physical Address, your Home
and Other Phone Numbers (cellular, work, etc.), and
your E-mail Address to complete your application.
  NOTE: Signatures are not required for electronically
  submitted grant applications. If you are funded, you will
  sign the official paperwork at the grant contract signing
  workshop.
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~ Budget Directions ~
            New Budget for 2009
A new grant budget has been designed for 2009. The
format has be completely redesigned to make it easier
for grantees and grant staff to track items requested in
the application and purchased during the grant year.
Please analyze your budget directions carefully.
   The budget directions are included in the application download.
                        Directions
New for 2009:
  Budget categories have been reduced from fifteen to four (4) –
  Personnel, Operational Expenses, Equipment/Supplies, and
  Consumables.
  The budget form now requires:
     The amount of each item to be listed on the Grant Budget (page 6).
     A narrative for each item requested to be filled out on the Budget Narrative
     (pages 7-10) for the corresponding category.
  Fuel reimbursement can now be requested for graffiti abatement
  in addition to Phoenix Neighborhood Patrols (PNP).
     Do not request fuel reimbursement for attending training(s), driving to
     meetings, or running errands.
     Fuel reimbursement cannot be requested under the Citywide category.
             Directions (cont’d)
New for 2009 (continued):
  WAKE UP! Clubs may use grant funds to pay for transportation
  and Officer overtime for ONLY two (2) non-educational field trips
  per grant year.
  Broadband Internet has been capped at $750 for service located
  in a common area, and $500 for service located in a signer’s
  residence.
  Reimbursements to individuals who use a personal means of
  payment must be made for each individual purchase, not in
  lump sums.
            Directions (cont’d)
Do not forget to include hidden costs on your grant
budget.
  Example: Construction projects may require the purchase of a
  permit.
Make sure you check your numbers to verify that the
budget is added correctly. Remember, once you have
submitted your grant, you cannot request additional
items.
You may submit additional budget pages if necessary to
complete your application.
   Restricted Budget Categories
Items restricted to the following programs ONLY.
Block Watch/PNP:
  Block Watch and/or PNP clothing
  Cellular phones:
     Limited to $480 per phone for the grant year. If you request more than one
     cellular phone, you must justify your request on the budget narrative.
  Fuel reimbursement:
     For trained Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol groups and graffiti abatement
     ONLY. Maximum fuel reimbursement is $1,000 per group per year.
     Individuals who are involved with more than one grant are allowed fuel
     reimbursement from ONLY one.
  Equipment/Supplies for GAIN/Safety/Crime Prevention Events:
     Includes helium, port-a-johns, and promotional/marketing tools, etc.
  Magnetic PNP signs
  Restricted Categories (cont’d)
Youth-Related Programs:
  Camp Fees (In-state ONLY)
  Clothing/Uniforms
  Craft/Gardening Supplies
  Games:
     Board games
     Video games and accessories
     Table games (ping-pong, foosball, billiards, etc.)
  Sports Equipment/Supplies
  Bicycles
  Tournament Entry Fees (In-state ONLY)
  Restricted Categories (cont’d)
Miscellaneous Restricted Items:
  Internet Services:
     Maximum of $750 per year for service location in a common area.
     Maximum of $500 per year for service location in signer’s residence.
  Lawful Traffic Mitigation Devices:
     Speed humps or any other speed-related devices.
     Cannot be funded unless they can be specifically tied to crime prevention.
       Prohibited Budget Items
The following items are prohibited and cannot be
purchased with NBWGP funds:
  Administration of the grant, including payment for completing
  quarterly reports or any other grant function.
  Awards and/or raffle prizes
  Bulletproof vests
  Entertainment, parties, and/or recognition dinners
  Entrance or admission fees for any non-educational field trips
     ALL out-of-state field trips are prohibited
  Food or beverages of any kind, including consumable prizes or
  incentives in the form of food or beverages
     Includes ice and water
  Motor vehicles
       Prohibited Items (cont’d)
Also cannot be purchased with NBWGP funds:
  Surveillance equipment, including night vision and listening
  devices
  Vehicle overhead emergency light bars
  Weapons of any type:
     Firearms
     Pepper spray
     Mace
     Knives
     Stun guns
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 ~ Grant Budget ~
   Grant Budget – Question #18
There are four (4) expense categories for 2009:
  Personnel, Operational Expenses, Equipment/Supplies, and
  Consumables.
NOTE: Items with an asterisk (*) are Restricted.
  They can ONLY be purchased if your group has a corresponding
  program in one of the restricted item categories listed on the
  “Restricted Budget Categories” page of the grant application.
 Budget – Question #18 (cont’d)
Personnel Category
  Contractors/Labor for Installation Costs
  Hourly Employees/Salaries/Benefits/Stipends
  Professional Services/Speakers/Presenters/Trainers

Operational Expenses Category
  *Entry Fees for Camps/Educational Field Trips/Tournaments (In-
  state ONLY)
  *Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol (PNP) Fuel Reimbursement
  Graffiti Abatement Fuel Reimbursement
     PNP and graffiti fuel reimbursement cannot exceed $1,000 combined.
  Communications Services
     Phone (land, cellular), Internet, Fax, Website, etc.
 Budget – Question #18 (cont’d)
Operational Expenses Category (continued)
  Liability Insurance
  Maintenance/Repair Services
  Printing/Copying/Mailing/Delivery/Fax services
  Program-Related Commercial Transportation
     Buses, Vans, Rentals, etc.
  Equipment/Supply Rentals
     Helium, Port-a-johns, etc.
  Rental Space/Facility Usage Fee
  Seminars/Workshops/Training Classes
  Utilities
  Other – provide details on budget narrative
 Budget – Question #18 (cont’d)
Equipment/Supplies Category
  *Clothing/Uniforms
  *Communications equipment
     Two-way radios, police scanners, translation equipment, etc.
  *GAIN or Crime Prevention/Safety Equipment
     Promotional/Marketing tools, equipment, supplies, etc.
  *Musical Instruments/Games/Sporting Goods/Bicycles/Hobby
  Supplies/Craft Supplies/Gardening Supplies
  *Phoenix Neighborhood Patrol (PNP)/Emergency Kits
  Audio/Video Equipment
  Computer Equipment/Software/Accessories
  Educational Materials/Books
  Fencing/Gates
 Budget – Question #18 (cont’d)
Equipment/Supplies Category (continued)
  Furniture
     Tables, Chairs, Computer Desks, etc.
  Hardware
     Locks, Small Tools, Flashlights, Rakes, Paint Sprayers, etc.
  Lighting
  Office Equipment
     Copiers, Staplers, Scissors, File Cabinets, etc.
  Signage
     Block Watch/PNP Signs, Bulletin Boards, Banners, Posters, etc.
  *Lawful Traffic Mitigation Devices
     Speed Humps, etc.
  Other – provide details on budget narrative
 Budget – Question #18 (cont’d)
Consumables Category
  Audio/Video/Computer Supplies
     Discs, Tapes, CD’s, Videos, etc.
  Clean-up Supplies
     Garbage Bags, Gloves, Cleaners, Paper Towels, Handi-Wipes, etc.
  Hardware Supplies
     Cement, Paint, Light Bulbs, Batteries, etc.
  Office Supplies
     Postage, Paper, Envelopes, Labels, Pens, Toner, Ink Cartridges, etc.
  Other – provide details on budget narrative
  Budget – Question #18 (cont’d)
Enter your organization’s name and Project Title in the
corresponding fields at the top left.
Enter the total amount for each budget line requested in
the table on the right side of the budget page.
Please check to make sure that the amounts from each
line within the category and in the subtotal field(s) are
correct.
Also, please verify that the amount under Total Grant
Funding Requested is correct.
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~ Budget Narrative ~
Budget Narrative – Question #18a
There is a budget narrative page for each of the four (4)
budget categories:
   Personnel, Operational Expenses, Equipment/Supplies, and
   Consumables
ONLY fill out budget narrative pages for items you have
requested.
   Example: If you have only requested items in Personnel,
   Operational Expenses, and Equipment/Supplies, you do not
   need to fill out the budget narrative for Consumables.
       Budget Narrative (cont’d)
Personnel Category
  In the table provided, enter the name of the individual you are
  paying for services, or, if unsure, enter the title of the position.
  Enter that individual's relationship to your organization.
  Enter the number of hours or positions (if paid per position and
  not per hour) worked.
  Enter the hourly wage/salary (if not hourly, enter the stipend
  amount).
  Verify the total amount requested for the grant year.
  In the section at the bottom of the page labeled “Budget
  Narrative,” explain the service(s) that each individual will provide
  for your grant program.
      Budget Narrative (cont’d)
Operational Expenses Category
  In the table provided, enter the item(s) requested. Use separate
  lines for each type of item requested.
  Enter the vendor’s name, if known.
  Enter the quantity of item(s).
  Enter the cost per item.
  Verify the total amount requested for each line.
  In the section at the bottom of the page labeled “Budget
  Narrative,” explain why the item(s) is/are necessary for your
  grant program.
      Budget Narrative (cont’d)
Equipment/Supplies Category
  In the table provided, enter the item(s) requested. Use separate
  lines for each type of item requested.
  Enter the vendor’s name, if known.
  Enter the quantity of item(s).
  Enter the cost per item.
  Verify the total amount requested for each line.
  In the section at the bottom of the page labeled “Budget
  Narrative,” explain why the item(s) is/are necessary for your
  grant program.
      Budget Narrative (cont’d)
Consumables Category
  In the table provided, enter the item(s) requested. Use separate
  lines for each type of item requested.
  Enter the vendor’s name, if known.
  Enter the quantity of item(s).
  Enter the cost per item.
  Verify the total amount requested for each line.
  In the section at the bottom of the page labeled “Budget
  Narrative,” explain why the item(s) is/are necessary for your
  grant program.
 Budget Supplement - Question
            #18b
This supplement must be completed if you have
requested any Lawful Traffic Mitigation Device(s) as part
of your grant project.
Speed humps/bumps or any related item(s) must be tied
to crime prevention to funded.
To begin the process, contact the City of Phoenix Streets
Department at 602-495-0242 to get started.
    Budget Supplement (cont’d)
In the space provided, describe how your request for
Lawful Traffic Mitigation Devices or speed humps/bumps
ties into crime prevention.
Check the box marked “Yes” if your organization has
already contacted the Streets Department to obtain the
appropriate studies, surveys, and/or permits required, or
check the box marked “No” if not.
Check the box marked “Yes” if your organization has
already contacted the Streets Department to obtain a
Speed Hump Study Request form, or check the box
marked “No” if not.
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~ Matching/In-Kind ~
       Matching – Question #19
Matching/In-Kind is recommended for all Primary
Applicants, Co-Applicants, and Citywide Applicants.
Matching/In-Kind can be in the form of either monetary
donations or volunteer hours worked.
For this year, general volunteer labor should be
computed at $19.51 per hour.
Professional volunteer services (legal, medical,
electrical, etc.) should be computed at the prevailing
hourly rate.
Additional pages may be submitted, if necessary.
Matching – Question #19 (cont’d)
Primary Applicant
  In the table provided, enter the Description and Quantity of
  Funds/Services Provided, the Source of Funds/Services
  Provided, and the Amount provided.
Co-Applicant
  In the table provided, enter the Description and Quantity of
  Funds/Services Provided, the Source of Funds/Services
  Provided, and the Amount provided.
Verify that the amount on the Total Amount of
Matching or In-Kind Funds line is correct.
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~ Additional Information ~
          Application Evaluation
The applications are scored on the following criteria:
   Crime prevention potential (50%)
   Budget evaluation (20%)
   Project viability/feasibility/experience (15%)
   Ability to complete the project (15%)
Previous compliance history will be used to evaluate
grant applications.
Non-complaint groups with outstanding quarterly/final
reports, missing documentation, and/or outstanding
unused funds from prior years will not be eligible to
receive funding.
                   Awards Process
January/February
  Application released to public on Friday, January 2, 2009.
  Application submission deadline is Friday, February 6, 2009, by
  4 p.m.
        NOTE: Applications submitted after 4 p.m. will not be accepted.

March
  Evaluation and scoring of applications by the NBWGP Oversight
  Committee.
April
  Funding recommendations submitted to the Public Safety and
  Veterans Subcommittee and City Council for approval.
       Awards Process (cont’d)
May
  Applicants are notified of the funding results.
June
  Workshops for grantees to sign their contracts and open their
  checking accounts.
  Application Tips/Requirements
Handwritten submissions MUST be legible. Illegible
applications will be disqualified.
Revisit the Neighborhood Block Watch Grant Program
website at www.phoenix.gov/police/nbwgrant.html to
download the application beginning January 2, 2009.
Submit e-mail applications to nbwgrant@phoenix.gov.
If submitting an e-mail application, please enter one of
the following key words in the subject line: NBW, 2009,
Block Watch, Grant, or Application.
If you do not receive an e-mail confirming receipt within
three (3) business days, please contact grant staff at
602-262-6543 to confirm receipt.
                   Attachments
All attachments (required and/or voluntary) must be
submitted to grant staff no later than Friday, February
13, 2009, by 5p.m.
  Please read all submittal instructions carefully to determine
  whether or not your group is required to submit attachments.
  Refer to the HOA and/or Citywide checklists for further
  information.
  Please limit voluntary attachments to no more than five (5)
  pages.
                 Questions
If you have any questions, concerns, or comments,
please contact the Neighborhood Block Watch Grant
Program Staff at 602-262-6543.




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