Safe and Clean Projects
2023 Safe & Clean Grantees:
SonLight Power | $12,950
East Westwood Improvement Association | $8,850
Findlay Market Corporation | $6,400
East End Area Council | $2,440 *
Community Matters Cincinnati Inc. | $9,300 *
Isaiah 55, Inc. | $5,000
Groundwork Ohio River Valley | $1,672
R.E.A.L. Truth LLC | $8,131.49
Rosemary's Babies | $3,396.51
Save Our Youth Kings & Queens | $6,800
ArtWorks | $20,000
BLOC Ministries, Inc. | $21,606.37
College Hill Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation(CHCURC) | $29,000
Cornerstone Renter Equity | $33,400
Eye of the Artists Foundation | $28,000
Price Hill Will | $25,500
Bye Institute | $10,000 *
* Safe and Clean 1.0 Grantees. Note grant funding sources are now combined, see guidelines for more details.
The Safe and Clean Neighborhood Fund was established in 2007 to supply matching support for community-led initiatives that improve safety in Cincinnati neighborhoods. Over $850,000 has been awarded for Safe and Clean Projects including; lighting, security cameras, landscaping, murals, public art, water fixtures, community gardens, and more!
In 2023-2024, the City of Cincinnati is investing an additional $500,000 in the Safe and Clean Neighborhood Fund with the ongoing annual investment of $50,000 (Safe & Clean Grant). As of October 2023, the Safe and Clean Neighborhood Fund and original Safe and Clean Grant funding sources have been combined to reduce confusion and provide more opportunities for all organizations to apply with without restrictions.
Updated 2023 Map coming soon.