[MCN] Financial assistance available for sustainable commuter workplace improvements!
AugeK at ci.missoula.mt.us
Mon Jun 24 17:43:59 EDT 2019
Improve access to sustainable commuting options at your workplace!
Missoula In Motion and the City of Missoula Bicycle Pedestrian Program are excited to offer the Workplace Improvement Program<https://www.missoulainmotion.com/workplace-improvements>. Designed to help employers support and promote sustainable transportation, Workplace Improvements offer financial assistance as well as support in selecting and installing facilities to increase the number of employees biking, walking carpooling, vanpooling and riding the bus to work.
Eligible projects include: bike parking, structure for covered bike parking, carpool parking signage, outdoor bike pump/fix-it station, employee lockers for active commuters and bike lockers.
Approved projects will be funded at a rate of:
· 85% of total project cost for nonprofits (applicant responsible for remaining 15%)
· 50% of total project cost for businesses (applicant responsible for remaining 50%)
Download Application<https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/5cd9ce_169d805bee8b4d21bbb1730f0902c30f.pdf>: Application Deadline: July 15th
Questions? Email Katherine at Kauge at ci.missoula.mt.us<mailto:Kauge at ci.missoula.mt.us> or call 552-6731.
435 Ryman St., Missoula, MT 59802/ 406-552-6731
Missoula In Motion<missoulainmotion.com> – See Commuting Differently
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