The goal of the Downtown Façade Grant Program is to encourage historically appropriate façade improvements to existing buildings downtown in a manner that promotes the success of the businesses while preserving the unique historical characteristics of those buildings.
All grant funds for the current cycle (October 1, 2022 to September 30, 2023) have been allocated as of December 1, 2022. The next grant cycle will open on October 1, 2023.
The goal of the Window Replacement Grant Program is to encourage maintenance improvements to existing commercial buildings throughout the city in a manner that promotes the success of businesses while also making them more structurally sound, energy efficient, and provide improved aesthetics for our community.
Applicants can apply to receive up to a maximum amount of $600 in grant funds per grant cycle. All applicants must provide a dollar for dollar matching amount to their grant request.One grant per cycle (October 1 to September 30) may be awarded per property. A property is considered any individual platted lot or tract of land described by metes and bounds.
The Community Arts Grant Program was created by the Warrensburg Arts Commission to provide small grants, using a simplified application process, to organizations, educators and individual artists who create well-planned, short-term projects that serve the cultural interests of the Warrensburg community.
Available grant funds are subject to budget approval from the City and vary from year to year. Grant amounts are based on the scope of the proposed project and are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis during the fiscal year from October 1 to July 31.
The Warrensburg Convention and Visitors Bureau grant program was established to provide funding to nonprofits (501c3 and 501c6) that are hosting events, programs, and sporting events that promote the development and growth of overnight tourism in Warrensburg, Missouri. Grants are awarded to qualified applicants that bring in visitors from outside Warrensburg (a minimum of 50+ miles), drive business to Warrensburg lodging establishments, and have a positive economic impact on businesses and attractions. Grant funding is made possible through an allocation of the City of Warrensburg Lodging Tax, which is designated by the Missouri State Statue and the City of Warrensburg Ordinance to fund tourism-related expenses of the WCVB. Learn more at https://www.visitwarrensburg.com/594/WCVB-Community-Support.