Healthy Lynnwood Grants

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Special Notice

The Healthy Lynnwood Grant program has been revised due to the City's response to the COVID-19 outbreak. We are prioritizing projects that center around the City's local response to COVID-19 and our support of racial equity.  We will not be funding individual neighborhood grants in 2020.

The City of Lynnwood Healthy Lynnwood Grants program supports community coming together to enhance and beautify neighborhoods and public spaces, encourage civic engagement, and promote the general interest and well-being of our Lynnwood Community. Projects considered for grant awards will be around neighborhood improvements, creative art projects and funds activities and events to bring neighbors together. 



Is Your Project Eligible to Apply for a Grant?

You may apply for a Healthy Lynnwood Grant if the following statements apply:

  • Project will take place in City of Lynnwood limits (check our Do I Live in Lynnwood Map)
  • Project is free and open to all members of the public
  • Involves community members in creating and completing the project
  • Demonstrates a benefit to the community
  • Will have funds or in-kind contributions from other sources (this is a matching grant)
  • Project must be completed by December 31, 2020

Project costs NOT eligible for funding include but are not limited to:

  • Food or beverage
  • Alcohol purchases
  • Political or other lobbying events
  • Enhancements that are not visible to the general public
  • Fuel
  • Gift cards


The Healthy Lynnwood Grants program has been suspended for the rest of 2020. Please check back next year.

Lynnwood residents, neighborhood groups, and community organizations who want to do a project to build stronger community connections in the City of Lynnwood are encouraged to apply!

All applicant groups must be open and inclusive, actively engage diverse community members, and be significantly composed of people who live, work and organize in Lynnwood.

Matching Funds:  The neighborhood/community must match the grant award with contributions of volunteer labor, donated materials, professional services, and/or cash. All projects require a 1 to 1 match ratio (1:1) which means $1 in value of neighborhood match is contributed for every $1 dollars in money granted by the City. Documenting match is very important and match pledge forms should be submitted no later than the end of the project date to the Healthy Communities Division. See attached matching document form. 

City staff reviews Healthy Lynnwood Grant for approval. All projects must benefit the community - no project shall be for the benefit of any individual or private entity. Projects that require ongoing funding will not be considered for funding. Projects must be completed within the calendar year they are approved.

  • Community-building events
  • Landscape beautification
  • Minor park improvements
  • Information kiosk
  • Decorative street banners and flower baskets
  • Benches and garbage receptacles in neighborhood parks
  • Play equipment at local parks and schools
  • Public art including wall murals, mosaics, and sculpture
  • Historical markers
  • Tree plantings
  • Peace Pole
  • Community Emergency Response Team (CERT).

2019 Award Recipients

  • Oye Media Productions AfroLatino Festival $1500
  • Edmonds Community College Annual PowWow, $500
  • Latino Educational Training Institute, Latino Expo $500

2018 Award Recipients

2017 Award Recipients