(Source: City of Lancaster)
(Source: City of Lancaster)

On Valentine's Day, Lancaster's Department of Neighborhood Engagement is encouraging residents to show some love toward their neighbors and the city.

The department announced its 2022 programs on Monday. The slate includes an online "Neighborhood Pride" survey and two new competitive "mini-grants" of up to $500 to support community art projects and police-community relations.

They join the ongoing Love Your Block Community Building grant program and block party grants, also up to $500.

The full slate of department programs is below. For more information, click the links or access them directly from the department's web page.

"I think we are all ready to rekindle relationships with our neighbors and build new connections after spending so much time apart," said Gabrielle Buzgo, Programs Manager for the Department of Neighborhood Engagement.

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