• Dec 03, 2020

    Funding available for downtown building safety changes

    Funding is available for property owners and business operators interested in changing storefronts or buildings to enhance downtown safety. 

    In partnership with the Downtown Business Improvement Association, the City’s revised Downtown Revitalization Program now offers matching grants for assessments and modifications based on crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) principles. Grant funding is available for eligible projects that align with Campbell River’s Official Community Plan and Refresh Downtown principles to create a more inviting downtown and deter negative behavior and unwanted activity.  Read more...

Funding available for downtown building safety changes

by Tanya Gunn | Dec 03, 2020
Funding is available for property owners and business operators interested in changing storefronts or buildings to enhance downtown safety. 

In partnership with the Downtown Business Improvement Association, the City’s revised Downtown Revitalization Program now offers matching grants for assessments and modifications based on crime prevention through environmental design (CPTED) principles. Grant funding is available for eligible projects that align with Campbell River’s Official Community Plan and Refresh Downtown principles to create a more inviting downtown and deter negative behavior and unwanted activity.  Read more...
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