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Grants help ensure growth is evenly distributed in the places that need it the most and for all that live there. Our Team of Experts is here to help!
What’s on your project wish list?
We help connect impactful projects with funding to help communitites move forward.
Getting started with funding.
Navigating the many sources, funding types, and requirements associated with funding your project can feel daunting. Download our free funding guide to learn about the funding mechanisms that may be a good fit for your project.
Specialized funding that moves projects forward.
Some community-changing projects can benefit from specialized funding mechanisms and opportunities.
Lamp Rynearson can help you identify which tax incentives and credits a project may qualify for and help you navigate the process toward submitting reports, completing Blighted and Substandard studies, and acquiring funding.
A project impacted by on-site contamination can benefit from funding directed towards brownfields cleanup and redevelopment.
[outlinked to EPA site] Learn more about EPA’s Brownfields Program.
Parks, trails, pools, recreation lakes, and more can benefit from specialized outdoor recreation funding. Our team can help you find the right sources aligned with your project’s goals.
Until 2026, funding for infrastructure projects is available in the form of federal planning and capital construction grants, increased funding to existing mechanisms (like State Revolving Funds) and capacity-building grants for innovative technology networks – funded by the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act (IIJA.)
Download our guide to grant application.
As American Rescue Plan Act funds are disbursed to funders and municipalities, make sure you’re making the most of your ARPA funds.
[outlinked to each state’s ARPA resource page]
Nebraska: Learn more about ARPA funding.
Iowa: Learn more about ARPA funding.
Kansas: Learn more about ARPA funding.
Missouri: Learn more about ARPA funding.
Colorado: Learn more about ARPA funding.