Grants are a great way for small towns to receive funding beyond the limits of operational budgets. They can help bridge the gap between the town’s resources and its needs. Grants are meant to be a solution to evolving community problems when budgets aren’t able to adjust quickly enough. Grants can help pay for communication equipment, software, biking trails, community green spaces or even provide funding for training.

Grants can be a boon for cash-strapped local governments agencies looking to expand or maintain their capabilities. The truth is, any town can benefit from a little grant writing help, from the smallest town government to the largest municipal agency.

Listed here are current grants for the Town of Marlinton. You can help by reviewing each one and then deciding to donate to lend your support. All donations may be considered tax-exempt under the Internal Revenue Service guidelines.

Below are specs and deadlines for specific public works jobs.