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NSW Local Councils were invited to apply for a Graffiti Management Grant.
DCJ offered grants of up to $100,000 for Local Councils to implement graffiti management and space activation projects.
Applications may be made under the Graffiti Management Grant (Western Sydney) or the Graffiti Management Grant (Open). Local Councils are only eligible to apply for one of the Grants.
Both Grants opened on 9 November 2022 an closed on 28 November 2022.
The Graffiti Management Grant (Western Sydney) is targeted towards Local Government Areas eligible under theCommunity and Small Business CCTV Fund (CCTV Fund).
The following 18 Local Councils captured by the CCTV Fund were eligible to apply for the Graffiti Management Grant (Western Sydney).
Applications for the Graffiti Management Grant (Open) were invited from all NSW Local Councils operating under the Local Government Act 1993 except those Local Councils listed above that are eligible for the Graffiti Management Grant (Western Sydney)
Each NSW Local Council received an email with a direct link to a Smarty Grants application for the Graffiti Management Grant for which they are eligible.
Before completing an application form, please read the Graffiti Management Grant Guidelines (PDF, 373.7 KB).
For inquiries please contact the Crime Prevention Team at:email@example.com
In January 2023, DCJ awarded 11 grants to the following Local Councils for the Graffiti Management Grant (Western Sydney):
In January 2023, DCJ awarded 12 grants to the following Local Councils for the Graffiti Management Grant (Open):
10 May 2023
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