Every year Raleigh receives federal and state grants to maintain and replace buses, provide complimentary transportation service to individuals with functional disabilities, help at-risk youth, build and maintain affordable housing and fund overtime for police services.
Recently completed projects using one-time grant funding include:
- The N.C. Clean Water Management Trust Fund provided funding to assess conditions of the Upper Lake at Durant Nature Preserve and develop alternatives for addressing dam and spillway deficiencies.
- The City received a Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality grant to launch Raleigh’s public BikeShare. There are now 300 bikes with 30 stations throughout downtown and southeast Raleigh.
- State Homeland Security Program grant funded a portable x-ray device. The device allows Raleigh Police to determine if an unattended bag or package is a public safety threat.
FY 20 Annual Report
To read more highlights about grant funding in the City of Raleigh, view the FY20 Annual Grant Report.