The Neighborhood Business Improvement Program (NBIP) is one of the resources offered by Salt Lake City’s Housing Stability Division to strengthen the City’s neighborhoods. Housing Stability utilizes federal funding to support local for-profit businesses by offering up to $50,000 in grants to improve their façades. Increasing the street appeal of properties positively affects the surrounding neighborhoods and boosts the economy on a local level.
Eligibility requirements include, but are not limited to:
1) Applicants must have a for-profit commercial building with a facade visible from the street. Preference will be given to small and local businesses.
2) The building must be located within Salt Lake City’s NBIP’s Target Area. Projects on both sides of the street are eligible. Neighborhoods include: Fairpark, Jordan Meadows, Poplar Grove, Downtown, Granary, Central 9th, Ballpark, Central City, Liberty Wells, and Glendale.
Fiscal Year 2023 NBIP
The application period for FY23 is now closed. Please contact Taylee Foulger at email@example.com to be added to the notification list of future grant openings.
Check out the video below of how NBIP grantee RoHa Brewing utilized the grant funding.
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Use the map below to view if your business falls into the CDBG West Side Target Area for 2020-2024
To view our previous NBIP Recipients, please review map for 2015-2019 projects.