Get funding for improvements in your neighborhood though PIAC. Deadline is August 31.
The Public Improvement Advisory Committee (PIAC) receives applications for all manner of capital improvement projects each year. This is a key opportunity to ask for improvements to the built environment in your neighborhood, and can include projects that help with sidewalk and ADA improvements, new signage and streetlights, and upgraded park facilities.
The PIAC process can be a bit confusing. BikeWalkKC hosted a virtual “What’s a PIAC?” program, and you can watch it to learn more about the process, and to hear from PIAC representatives.
Please consider submitting your PIAC applications on key projects to help build more places for people in KCMO! If you have questions about the process or your application, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (816) 513-1062.
There is a series of in-person and virtual meetings scheduled by district. Get your questions answered and learn about some initial projects by attending one of the meetings below and visit kcmo.gov/piac:
[In Person] Tuesday, July 19; 6-8pm at Northland Neighborhoods, Inc.
[Virtual] Tuesday, August 16, 6-8pm; click here to join
[In Person] Wednesday, August 17; 6-8pm at Platte County Resource Center
[Virtual] Wednesday, July 20; 6-8pm; click here to join
[In Person] Monday, July 25; 6-8pm at Gregg/Klice Community Center
[Virtual] Monday, August 8; 6-8pm; click here to join
[In Person] Tuesday, July 26; 6-8pm at the National World War 1 Museum and Memorial
[Virtual] Thursday, August 11; 6-8pm; click here to join
[In Person] Tuesday, August 9; 6-8pm at Southeast Community Center
[Virtual] Monday, July 18; 6-8pm; click here to join
[In Person] Wednesday, August 10, 6-8pm at Hillcrest Community Center
[Virtual] Thursday, August 18; 6-8pm; click here to join