Cost Sharing Programs

Tree PlantingNeighborhood Parks

Boulevard Tree Planting Program

Application for Funds

Applications require a coordinated approach from residents. The program requires multi-resident participation from applying neighborhoods. Requests from a single resident will not qualify for program funds.

All requests for the funding of boulevard tree projects must be made in writing to the City of Steinbach.

Requests must include a plan for the tree planting, including location of curbs and boulevards, public sidewalks, private approaches, underground structures, above-ground structures, overhead wires, proposed location of trees, proposed species of trees, and proposed planting size of trees.

Cost Sharing Maximum
The City will consider up to a maximum of $5,000 per annual budget for the purposes of boulevard tree projects, cost-shared 50/50 with the landowner or neighborhood.

The City will issue tax-deductible receipts for donations made to a tree-planting project approved by the City.

 

Neighborhood Parks Program

Application for Funds

All requests for the funding of neighborhood parks projects must be made in writing to the City of Steinbach.

Requests must include a plan for the development of the park.

Cost Sharing Maximum
The City will consider up to a maximum of $5,000 per annual budget for the purposes of neighborhood park projects, cost-shared 50/50 with the neighborhood.

The City issues tax-deductible receipts for donations made to a neighborhood park project approved by the City.

 

For additional information about City cost sharing programs, call 204.346.6216 or email rdyck@steinbach.ca

 

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