A before and after of a complete streets project that responds to the needs of everyone using the roadway. The Complete Streets workshop is one of the twelve technical assistance tools being offered free of cost. Photos from the National Complete Streets Coalition.
Smart Growth America is offering free technical assistance to select communities interested in smart growth strategies. Communities interested in applying for this assistance may choose from twelve smart growth tools that help communities build stronger local economies while protecting human health and the environment.
The deadline to apply to for Smart Growth America’s free technical assistance is this Wednesday, October 26th at 5:00 PM EDT. Interested parties can click here to access the online application form.
As a national leader in the field, Smart Growth America has accumulated extensive experience working with communities to help them use land strategically, make the most of existing resources and invest strategically to catalyze private development. Our technical assistance is offered free-of-cost and is available through an open request for applications.
Want to know more about Smart Growth America’s free technical assistance?
Communities interested in this free-of-charge technical assistance can go to www.smartgrowthamerica.org/sc-tech-assistance to learn more about this exciting opportunity. Full application guidelines as well as a digital application form are available there.
Pre-application assistance and inquiries should be directed to assistance [at] smartgrowthamerica [dot] org.
The technical assistance is funded by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Sustainable Communities under their Building Blocks for Sustainable Communities Program. The Building Blocks program funds quick, targeted assistance to communities that face common development problems. Three other nonprofit organizations—Cascade Land Conservancy, Global Green USA and Project for Public Spaces—also received competitively awarded grants under this program this year to help communities get the kinds of development they want.