Become a Partner

Community support and strong partnerships are key ingredients in the success of the SNAP projects. We are seeking interested partners to work with us on the development, implementation and evaluation of the plans.

SNAP needs innovative ideas for revitalizing public spaces and encouraging homeowners and businesses to retrofit their older homes, buildings, and yards.

The SNAP projects are a great opportunity to promote new products and services in a small area where success can be monitored over time.

Possible projects include:

  • Energy and water efficiency measures
  • Renewable energy production
  • Rainwater management technologies
  • Place-making, resilience and community capacity building

Research partners can also help to identify transferable lessons about the implementation of actions for sustainability and climate change mitigation and adaptation at the neighbourhood scale.

We are fortunate and grateful to have support of many partners who provide in-kind and/or monetary support to help us make our neighbourhoods greener places to live, work and play. Thank you!

Interested in becoming a SNAP partner?


The SNAP Collaborative Multi-stakeholder Model

The SNAP collaborative multi-stakeholder model brings together brings together residents - property owners - community leaders NGOs and institutions - government and agency staff