On December 19, 2016, the City’s Neighborhood Revitalization Policy Board approved $258,994 in funding to our neighborhood council. As required by program rules, 70% of the money must be used for housing. West Calhoun will meet this obligation by lending money to the Non-Profit Assistance Fund for affordable housing support.
The remaining 30% will be split between public greenspace enhancement and amenities, which could be used for drainage and improvements to our park space, and safety improvements, especially those recommended by the Multi-Modal Transportation Study.
Residents with ideas for projects are invited to share them with the board at our regular meetings every second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 PM in the Bakken Museum.