Hall County’s Grant Division pursues grants from Federal, State and private sources to leverage the County’s budget and to provide programs and projects that benefit Hall County. The division provides assistance with researching grant opportunities, grant writing and grant reporting and management. We are continually working with Hall County staff to develop high quality, well prepared grant proposals to support the Community’s vision and further Hall County’s goals.
Estate Planning Webinar Planned for June 16
Estate planning can seem like a daunting task, whether you’re leaving plans for your own estate or helping elderly relatives with theirs. Ever wondered what happens if you don’t have a will? Or when you should meet with an attorney? Those topics and more will be discussed in a free webinar hosted by The Georgia Heirs Property Law Center on Tuesday, June 16 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Hall County’s Grants
Hall County receives an average of 15 grants annually from the Federal, State and private sources. The total amount of grant funding awarded varies annually. Grant funds are used to provide a variety of programs and services such as:
- Road and bridge improvements
- Equipment and staffing assistance for law enforcement
- Homeland security and emergency response activities
- Court administration and prevention programs
- Traffic safety improvements
- Park and recreation facilities and equipment
If your organization has grant funds available that might be of interest to Hall County or its citizens, please email Grants Manager Nancy Smallwood or reach her by phone at 770-297-5503.