... that you can transform streets in Singapore into lively places for you and your neighbors —and even get financial support for it?
The Streets for People programme (sponsored by the URA) provides support for community-initiated car-free-zones which transform our streets into meaningful public spaces on a short-term or regular basis.The URA can support you with a) Road Closure Essentials, such as safety barriers, signage etc. as required by teh agencies b) Seed funding of up to $5,000 (on a reimbursement basis) to cover small value purchases for essential items that are directly related to the organisation of the road closure.
To apply for this suppoert you need to know where and what do want to do. How can you transform the streets of Singapore? can you offer activities that engage neighbors or visitors to the area? Here are some of the things you could do:
The following factors can help to identify a good location for a road closure.
If you already have an idea and a location use to the concept tool to further develop it and send it to the authorities!
Note: The support map for street closures presents general information about the regulations that concern street closures in Singapore. There is no legal binding for the approval of an activity. The final decision is taken by the authorities of Singapore.