Community Safety Infrastructure Grants

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Safety Infrastructure Grants between $25,000 and $500,000 per application are available. 

Victorian councils and community organisations are invited to apply for grants of up to $500,000 to improve public infrastructure to strengthen community safety, security and confidence in public places and support local economic activity.

The program aims to support projects that have a primary focus on strengthening public safety and security infrastructure to generate economic benefit in local communities; and help prevent crime and improve perceptions of safety using situational or environmental approaches.

The grants are part of the government’s $2.7 billion Building Works package designed to get thousands of Victorians back to work following the devastating effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency.

Applicants will need to demonstrate a commitment to supporting local or Victorian suppliers, contractors and businesses in the purchase and installation of infrastructure and the delivery of complementary activities.

Tenders generated by the program will require contractors to find new employees through the Working for Victoria program to maximise opportunities for Victorians who have lost employment over the course of the coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency.

For more details see PDF's or contact:

Senior Constable  Michael RAMPAL 

Wodonga Police Station

Ph: 02 60492600

 

Michael.Rampal@police.vic.gov.au

 

 




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