There are several state and federal programs that offer grants to support projects in the Town of Braintree. These are highly competitive programs, and sometimes require municipalities to match all or a portion of the total funding that they receive.
Find a list of grants secured by the Town of Braintree below.
Please note: this list is not comprehensive.
|Grant or Program||FY Awarded||Amount Awarded||Department||Awarding Authority|
|Port Security Grant - 34’ Firefighting Vessel||FY16||$675,000||Fire||Department of Homeland Security (DHS)|
|Emergency Management Performance Grant - 10 Active Shooter Kits||FY17||$9,450||Fire||Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)|
|Port Security Grant - Provide fire boat operations training||FY18||$24,000||Fire||Boston Maritime Incident Resources and Training (MIRT)|
|Assistance to Firefighters Grant - 52 Portable Radios||FY18||$156,000||Fire||Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)|
|Executive Office of Energy and Environmental
Affairs (EOEEA) - Remove Armstrong
and Ames Pond dams
|FY20||$90,000||Planning||Commonwealth of Massachusetts|
|Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) - Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Grant||FY19||$8,000||Police||Commonwealth of Massachusetts|
|Department of Public Health (DPH) Opioid Grant||FY18||$150,000||Public Health||Commonwealth of Massachusetts|
|Department of Public Health (DPH) Opioid Grant||FY19||$150,000||Public Health||Commonwealth of Massachusetts|
|Massachusetts Office of Coastal
Zone Management (CZM) - Watson
Park Shoreline Erosion Mitigation
and Coastal Resiliency Improvement
|FY18||$42,410||Public Works||Commonwealth of Massachusetts|
|Fleet Maintenance Software||FY19||$6,500.00||Public Works||Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA)|
|Accelerating Climate Resiliency Municipal Grant - 3 tree box filters||FY19||$38,755||Public Works||Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC)|
|East Middle School Addition/Renovation||FY19||$41,286,868||School||Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA)|
|Reimbursement for March 2018 Storm Damage||FY18||$328,529.68||Town Wide||Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)|