GBN Projects

The following are just a few of the projects that the Green Bay Neighborhoods has produced since 1997.

Launch programs to improve neighborhood safety

We have helped neighborhoods launch programs to improve neighborhood safety, such as promoting the Community Policing program, funding the Community Service Intern program, the “Drive 25” anti-speeding campaign, and Neighborhood Watch Walks.

Leadership Training Programs

We trained neighborhood residents consistently through Leadership Training Programs.

Enhanced the Community Image

We have enhanced the community image by granting dollars for trees, flowers, community gardens, pedestrian lighting, and other beautification elements in Green Bay’s neighborhoods.

Exterior Home Improvement Loans

We have provided neighbors with exterior home improvement loans to visually enhance the neighborhood.

Educate Residents and Provide Input to City

We have encouraged neighborhood associations to educate residents and provide input to the city about zoning issues and new developments that might impact their area.

Neighborhood Association Events

We supported Neighborhood Association events through funding and our activity arsenal. eg. movie screen, popcorn popper. bingo kit

We Provided

We Provided more than $100,000 to Neighborhood Associations for Mini-Grants such as East Shore Drive’s Adopt a Ditch Program, Fireman’s Park Little Free Library collection, Schmitt Park’s Fun Fest, and Association Partnerships such as National Night Out.

Block Party Grants

We have provided Block Party Grants to hundreds of neighbors.

Public Art Pieces

We have placed eight public art pieces along the Life of the River – Public Sculpture Art Walk on the Fox River Trail, and continue to support neighborhood based art projects

Neighborhood Identification Signs

We have provided expertise and funding sources to manufacture Neighborhood Identification Signs.