Sustainable Jersey identifies resources to help municipalities develop a comprehensive sustainable community program. This includes financial resources in the form of grants and incentives, and technical support in the form of trainings, access to support organizations, and guidance material.
Sustainable Jersey registered towns get special priority access and notification of incentives and grants, and are eligible for the Sustainable Jersey Small Grants program.
The PSEG Foundation is contributing $200,000 to support the Sustainable Jersey Small Grants Program for municipalities. Funding supports efforts to implement projects that help municipalities gain points needed for Sustainable Jersey certification and make progress toward a sustainable future. For more information, click HERE.
Application Deadline: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.
The PSEG Foundation is contributing $100,000 to support another cycle of the Sustainable Jersey for Schools Small Grants Program to fund projects that help schools gain points needed for Sustainable Jersey for Schools certification and make progress toward a sustainable future. For more information, click HERE.
Sustainable Jersey is pleased to provide free consulting services to two pilot municipalities to support the implementation of its Public Information & Engagement actions. The PIE Technology Assessment is a valuable program benefit for New Jersey municipalities participating in Sustainable Jersey. It will help the selected communities develop a comprehensive plan to save money by creating efficiencies in the way they share important information and data across departments and with residents, and develop innovative ways to engage the public in decision-making. For more information, click HERE.
Application Deadline: Sunday, February 5, 2017 at 11:59pm
Sustainable Jersey provides clear “how to” guidance and New Jersey specific tools and resources for developing a comprehensive sustainable community program.