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Grants Awarded to Improve Gaithersburg Communities

A total of 23 neighborhood and homeowner associations in Gaithersburg were awarded a total of $63,000 through the city’s Frederick J. Felton Neighborhood Matching Grant Program.

The grant program, approved by the mayor and city council, is an incentive for neighborhood organizations to improve their communities by providing dollar-for-dollar matching grants, according to a news release.

Here is a list of the organizations that received grants and the projects the money will be used for:

Community Project Grant
Bennington HOA


Tot Lot $3,500
Brighton West
Condominium I
Colonnade At Kentlands


LED Lighting $4,000
Gateway Park HOA


Landscaping $4,000
Hyde Park Phase IIA


Landscaping $2,750
Kentlands Citizen Assembly


Landscaping $3,750
Kentlands Condominium


Landscaping $1,160
Kentlands Ridge
Bike Racks $1,500
Lakelands Ridge HOA


Erosion Control $3,750
Newport Estates III


Oaks At Washingtonian Woods


LED Lighting $3,075
Orchard Place


Signage $985
Parklands Condominium III


Landscaping $430
Quince Orchard Park Condo I


Landscaping $500
Quince Orchard Park
Condo II
Landscaping $1,000
Rosemont Citizen
Community Newsletter $350
Saybrooke HOA


Drainage Project $3,000
Shady Grove Rec. Association


ADA Ramp $4,000
Shady Grove Village III


Landscaping $3,000
Shady Grove Com Council


Tot Lot $4,000
Timberbrook Condominium


Trees $3,250
Watkins Mill Town Center


Landscaping $4,000
Woodland Hills HOA Landscaping $3,500



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