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History and Arts Grant Program
The City of Citrus Heights created the History and Arts Grant Program to provide funding for historical preservation and arts promotion, with the goal of enhancing the Citrus Heights community.
The primary purpose of the grant is to provide funds that further efforts to promote history and arts within Citrus Heights. This program engages existing artistically and historically minded community members.
The History and Arts Grant Program receives an annual allocation, established by the City Council.
Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, and on an ongoing basis during the fiscal year.
For more information regarding the History and Arts Grant program please contact email@example.com.
The City of Citrus Heights commemorates the 25th anniversary of cityhood with the release of a book entitled, “Becoming the City of Citrus Heights: the history of a unique incorporation.” Written by Sacramento author Miranda Culp in collaboration with Citrus Heights businessman Bill Van Duker, the book chronicles the 12-year legal battle between Sacramento County and the residents of Citrus Heights. The struggle to attain cityhood ascended all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court and changed the nature of incorporation in the state from that point on.
The City’s History & Arts Grant Program funded the project, which outlined the publication of “Becoming the City of Citrus Heights”. Local writer and bookstore owner, Miranda Culp, conducted numerous interviews and copious research. Bill Van Duker, an integral member of the Citrus Heights Incorporation Project (CHIP), contributed documents and perspective on the long and fractious journey to cityhood. Production and printing of the book is a gift to the City by Bill and Janie Van Duker and All Star Printing.
- Non-Profit Organizations
- Local artists
- Citrus Heights Residents
- Citrus Heights Schools
- Businesses or business associations partnering with another eligible entity
- Special Districts or other local governmental entities partnering with another eligible entity
- Expansion of existing qualified projects
- Start-up artistic or historic endeavors
- School art shows
- Public art creation
- Theater production
- Historical documentaries
- Public art shows
- Historical preservation needs