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Greendale launches residential curb appeal project

Applications being accepted

(GREENDALE, Ind.) – Greendale homeowners can earn up to $500 for curb appeal projects. 


It’s an initiative by Greendale Main Street to foster community pride while increasing property values and boosting Greendale’s appeal.


This reimbursement grant program encourages property owners to invest in the exterior appearance of their homes and contributes to the overall revitalization and beauty of our city.


Former Greendale Mayor Alan Weiss brought the idea for the program to Main Street after learning about a similar program in another community.


Mayor Weiss, Main Street, and Greendale Redevelopment Commission worked together to recruit donors to help fund the program and have been able to secure funding for 2024 and 2025.


“The Curb Appeal Program is a testament to Greendale’s commitment to progress and neighborly care,” remarked Greendale Mayor Vince Karsteter. “We believe that when residents take pride in their homes, it resonates throughout the city, leading to positive change and a stronger sense of belonging.”


Greendale Main Street Director, Ryan Goode, shared his enthusiasm stating, “This program shows the power of partnerships between local government, community organizations, and local businesses. Through the Curb Appeal Program, we are not only investing in property improvements but are also fostering a culture of collaboration and shared responsibility for our city’s beauty and appeal.”


To be eligible for the Curb Appeal Program, participants must own residential properties within Greendale city limits and ensure that their projects are visible from public sidewalks, or street right-of-ways. 


Applications are being accepted through the month of April. You can learn more by clicking here.

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