Pacific Partnership
Application

Facade Grant

The Pacific Partnership would like to welcome applications for a matching grant up to $2,000 per building
Program Overview

Improving the Aesthetic & Value of the Downtown District

The Pacific Partnership recognizes the positive impact that individual façade improvements can have on the overall appearance, quality and economic vitality of the City of Pacific’s Downtown District.

The primary goal of the Downtown Facade Investment Project (DFIP) is to remove accessibility barriers, facilitate investment and achieve significant visual improvements in commercial facade appearance. Projects that meet the primary goal will be preferred.

Approved projects are eligible to receive a dollar-for-dollar matching grant of up to $2,000 per building, to assist with exterior rehabilitation of eligible commercial and mixed-use structures.

Existing structures currently zoned for commercial use and in current commercial use or planned for commercial use within the eligible Downtown District of the City of Pacific are eligible for the grant.

Before filling out the form below, feel free to check out past Facade Grant winners.
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Facade Grant Winners

Tuck-Pointing On Store Front & Property Clean-Ups

Pacific Area Chamber of Commerce

2021 Facade Grant Winner - Pacific Area Chamber of Commerce feels it’s important to maintain our downtown buildings and are very proud to be a building owner in downtown Pacific.
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2021 Facade Grant Winner

Pacific Presbyterian Church

The first Pacific Partnership Facade Grant was awarded to the Pacific Presbyterian Church!
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Apply For The Facade Grant

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Contact Information

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Project Info

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Project Info

Please upload a brief narrative description of the proposed project. In your description include the improvements to be made, building materials and colors to be used, proposed timeline for completion of the work, detailed cost estimates for each project, and total grant money requested. Other items to focus on in the project description include how the proposed improvements will have a positive aesthetic impact on the character of downtown, create or expand business, capitalize on the building’s architectural assets, preserve the historical integrity of the building, and whether other improvements are also being made to the building that may not be eligible for this program but that show additional investment in the downtown.

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Application Submission

All applicants must have approval of the property owner. Those selected will be required to sign written agreement, along with all relevant parties such as business and/or property owners. By submitting this application you agree to the terms & conditions.

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