Funding and Reporting Resources

Northwest Neighborhood Grants and Pimlico Local Impact Aid Quarterly Reports

State law requires recipients of NW Neighborhood Grants and allocation sin the Local Impact Aid Spending Plan to track and report their spending and project progress on a quarterly basis. Grantees must complete a report form for every Local Impact Aid-funded project for which their organization or agency currently has active funding. Active funding means that a grantee has not yet submitted a final report accounting for how the totality of funding has been spent, and that the City has not yet confirmed that the project is closed. You can submit your quarterly reports here. Email with any questions.

Key Deadlines

  • First Quarter of FY24 (July-Sept., 2023): October 10, 2023
  • Second Quarter of FY24 (Oct.-Dec. 2023): January 31, 2024
  • Third Quarter of FY24 (Jan.-March 2024): April 8, 2024
  • Fourth Quarter of FY24 (April-June 2024): July 8, 2024
  • Every quarter on the first Monday after the 5th of the month until the project is closed.

2023 Northwest Neighborhood Grants Program

The Baltimore City Department of Planning is excited to open the 2023 Northwest Neighborhood Grant Program. This grant, which is funded through state Pimlico Local Impact Aid, supports a wide variety of community-led projects in Liberty-Wabash, Northwest Community Planning Forum, and Coldspring Newtown. Projects can include operating funds or physical improvements that create meaningful, measurable changes in eligible areas in northwest Baltimore.  

Eligible nonprofit organizations providing activities and services in specific areas can apply for up to $30,000 for projects that help neighbors and community organizations advance priorities that benefit residents of all ages.

Applications open August 30 and close October 13, 2023.  

Key Details

  • In 2023, the grant program is limited to projects in the area known as the One Mile Radius: Northwest Community Planning Forum; the Liberty-Wabash area; and the Coldspring-Newtown area (see map below). To be eligible, all activities and services must occur within these three areas of Northwest Baltimore. Projects in Park Heights are not eligible for funding.

  • Projects must be completed within two years. 

  • Eligible organizations must have 501(c)3 tax-exempt status recognized by the IRS or be fiscally sponsored by such an organization; be a faith-based organization proposing a non-religious project that benefits the public; or be a public school proposing a project that benefits its students. 

  • You can download the Request for Applications and link to the Application portal, or visit the Baltimore Civic Fund's Northwest Neighborhood Grants page.

For More Information

Interested organizations can learn more and apply here, or  join a virtual information session to learn more:

  • Wednesday, September 13, 2023 at 7 p.m.
  • Tuesday, September 26 at 12:30 p.m. 

To see examples of previously funded projects, please review the list below of recent awardees:

Map shows neighborhoods in the Northwest Community Planning Forum, Liberty Wabash area, and Coldspring-Newtown area, which are eligible for Pimlico local impact aid.

Homeownership Opportunities and Resources

Please check out the B-HIP flyer to learn more about Baltimore Homeowner Incentive Programs and Baltimore City Homeowner housing counseling centers. You can also learn more about Homeownership Incentives through the Department of Housing and Community Development's (DHCD) Office of Homeownership's website here

To learn more about assistance with repairs and rehabilitation for Homeowners and Residents, please visit DHCD's website to view available resources.