Economic Incentives Policy
Location, demographics, and quality of life are just a few reasons the City of Littleton is a great place to develop a project or operate a business. A great city provides a strong and positive foundation for the development and business community. Taking an “Open for Business” approach to community and economic development, the city works collaboratively with developers and business owners to ensure long-term positive outcomes for all parties.
Economic Incentive Policy
City of Littleton Grant Programs 2018
Grants offered through the City of Littleton encourage capital improvements and community engagement.
Revitalization Incentive Grant
The goal of the Revitalization Incentive Grant is to encourage private property investment and improvements, while making revitalization efforts affordable, creative and of benefit to the community. In 2017 Littleton City Council approved $100,000 in funding for the 2018 Revitalization Incentive Grant to be administered by the Economic Development Department. The program offers up to 50% in matching funds to business tenants and property owners within the City of Littleton proposing projects that improve the appearance of existing buildings. Applications for consideration involve improvements visible from the public right of way. Basic maintenance is not eligible (e.g. repairs, painting, siding, roofing, window replacements.) NOTE: Applications must be received prior to the beginning of project construction.
What types of improvements are eligible?
- Architectural/design assistance
- Façade (can include signage affixed to the building)
- Landscape (can include monument signage)
- Parking area
- Exterior lighting
- Exterior Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) improvements
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Main Street Historic District Grant
The Main Street Historic Grant provides funding for improvements for property owners or tenants within the Main Street Historic District or in Downtown Littleton. Applications can be made for projects including architectural design assistance, façade work, removal of graffiti, maintenance, signage, or building improvements. Individual projects may be considered for awards up to $50,000. More information
Large Community-Improvement Grant
Community Improvement Grants encourage neighborhood groups and homeowner's association participation in community improvement projects. Approved projects are eligible for up to $9,999 and must benefit the neighborhood, be accessible to the general public and must have three bids. Large community-improvement grants are physical improvements to common areas accessible to the general public such as...
- Playground enhancements
- Landscaping improvements
- Monument sign repair/replacement
- Decorative fencing
- Shelter construction and improvements
Small Community-Building Grant
Small Community-Building Grants encourage neighborhood outreach and engagement. Approved projects are eligible for up to $500 and include start-up assistance for neighborhood newsletters, neighborhood block parties, National Night Out events, neighborhood clean-up events. More information