Salt Lake City

Housing Stability Division

801-535-7712 | HousingStability@slcgov.com

Neighborhood Business Improvement Program (NBIP) aka Façade Grant

NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (NBIP)

aka FAÇADE GRANTS

Program Introduction

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 is given to applicants who are Minority, Woman, or Veteran-Owned, that are applying to make ADA accommodations, and 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 Rose Park, Fairpark, Jordan Meadows, Poplar Grove, Downtown, Central 9th, Ballpark, Central City, Liberty Wells, and Glendale.


NBIP FY2023-2024

TO APPLY: The application period for this grant is currently closed.

TARGET AREA MAP: The NBIP Target Area Map has been updated for the program year 2023-2024. Please see the Target Area Map link below to view the new boundaries.

For more information regarding the NBIP program, applicants are encouraged to consult the following links:

To view our current previous NBIP Recipients, please review the drop downs below. For mapped awardees, click on a business to see before and after pictures. You can also see a NBIP success story with a video spotlight by SLCtv on RoHa Brewing


Contact Us

Any Questions? Please Contact:
Taylee Foulger
taylee.foulger@slcgov.com
385-377-9275

NBIP Award Recipients 2023

NBIP Award Recipients 2023

Those awarded funding from NBIP for 2023 are listed here. Business locations will soon be available for viewing on a NBIP Recipient Map like those below.

  • Club Salud y Bienestar
  • LA Diana
  • Oh Mai Sandwich Kitchen
  • All Chay
  • Rose Park Coin Laundry
  • Align Real Estate Folsom Trail Project
  • ELJ Growth
  • Nate Wade Investment
  • Catalan Desert Journey Dance Studio
  • Space Tea, Inc
  • Hong Kong TeaHouse
  • Red Rock Brewery
  • Ocean City Seafood Market
  • Chocolate Moose on the Loose
  • Lok Automotive
  • Manny’s Neighborhood Bar
  • RoHa Brewing Project
  • The Complex
  • Align Real Estate
  • Mountain West Cider Company
  • The Pearl Palace
  • Blockyard
  • Hello!Bulk Markets
  • Oromian Restaurant
  • Stefahns Barber Shop

Success Stories - RoHa Brewing

Success Stories – RoHa Brewing

In 2022 RoHa Brewing received funding from the HSD Neighborhood Business Improvement Program (Façade) Grant to improve ADA accessibility for their outdoor seating. You can see their proposed improvement plans and initial interview with SLCtv here. A year later, RoHa Brewing has used these grant funds to turn their improvised outdoor parking seating into a community gathering place for friends and neighbors. Check out the video below to see their story:

NBIP Award Recipients Map 2021-2022

NBIP Award Recipients Map 2021-2022

Awards are color-coded by year of award receipt. Click on a business to see before and after pictures

NBIP Award Recipients Map 2016-2020

NBIP Award Recipients Map 2016-2020

Awards are color-coded by year of award receipt. Click on a business to see before and after pictures