City of Glenarden, MD

City Grants


The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021, will deliver $350 billion to state, local and tribal governments to aid in recovery from the COVID-19 emergency. The City of Glenarden will receive $4 million as a part of the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) program.  City Council has designated some of those monies as grants for eligible homeowners, businesses, and non-profits.  Information about the programs including the applications are available below.

Provides Funding for:
      • Bio-Retention cells/Raingardens installation
      • Permeable pavement installation
      • Streambank stabilization
      • Soil quality restoration

  • Glenarden Homeowner’s Association: Grant Program - (up to $60,000 to each Homeowner’s Association.) - contact Jordan McClung, Executive Assistant at for more information.
  • Glenarden Housing Authority: Grant Program - (up to $60,000 to each Homeowner’s Association.) 
  • Community Resilience Hardship Fund - The City of Glenarden is offering financial assistance to eligible City small businesses and community-based nonprofit organizations that experienced a negative economic harm from the COVID-19 public health emergency through the federally funded Community Resilience Hardship Fund. (up to $5,000 to eligible small businesses and nonprofits that were impacted by COVID-19.)
  • Intergenerational Poverty Relief Fund - up to $4,000 to assist low-income homeowners in making repairs to their homes; improving their property landscape; and being code compliant. Payment will be made to contractors.

 *Eligibility and Restrictions apply.