Grafton Storefront Improvement Program

The intent of Grafton’s Storefront Improvement Program is to enhance, protect and promote Grafton’s historic character and unique identity; renovate the exterior facades of deteriorating commercial buildings; improve the appearance of individual building storefronts including signs and awnings or canopies as well as the overall look of the area; and leverage private improvements while making revitalization affordable, creative and community-based.

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Amount

Maximum: $10,000

Resource Provider

City of Grafton

Grafton is a city in the State of North Dakota and is the county seat of Walsh County.
Resource Type
Grant
Location
58210, 58227, 58229, 58231, 58233, 58237, 58243, 58250, 58261, 58270, 58273
Purpose
Leasehold Improvements, Renovation to Real Estate
Industry
Agriculture, Childcare, Communications, Communities, Construction, Energy, Ethanol, Exporting, Finance, Food Service, Healthcare, High Growth, Hospitality, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Nonprofit, Other, Primary Sector, Professional Services, Real Estate, Retail, Tourism, Transportation, Utilities, Value-Added
Business Stage
Existing Business, New Business
Deadline
Contact
Nick Ziegelmann
(701) 352-1561

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