Applications are due by 5 p.m. on April 7, 2023
The City of Glenwood Springs Financial Advisory Board (FAB) 2023 grant applications are open for submissions as of January 26, 2023. Applications for the 2023 grant cycle are available at bit.ly/FABgrant. All applications are due by 5 p.m. on April 7, 2023 and all eligible groups are encouraged to apply.
Each year, the City of Glenwood Springs allocates a portion of sales tax revenues from its Acquisition and Improvement (A&I) and Tourism Funds through a competitive grant process. Grant applications may be submitted by not-for-profit, government, or tax-supported entities for human services, special events, tourism promotion and other public purposes as City Council deems appropriate.
An applicant may submit only one application each grant cycle. Receipt of funds in a prior year is not a guarantee of funding or the same amount of funds, in the current year. Applications must be submitted online, in full, on-time and in one, PDF file only.
Applicants are reminded to carefully review applications before submittal as applications that do not meet the 2023 requirements will not be presented to City Council. For questions, please contact Steve Boyd at email@example.com.
About the Financial Advisory Board
The Finance Advisory Board is a City Council-appointed group of community volunteers that meets monthly to advise and assist the City Manager and Finance Director in the preparation of the City budget, the establishment of accounting systems for the City, the planning of expenses, the projection of revenues and the analysis of the other fiscal matters presented to the Board by the City Council. The Finance Advisory Board is also responsible for making recommendations to City Council regarding grants, including the FAB grant.
To learn more or apply to be a member of the Financial Advisory Board, please complete the online application form at cogs.us/201/Financial-Advisory.