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Council Grants Sports Community Recreation Centre

Minor Capital Works Grant Program

The purpose of the program is to provide opportunities to improve Council or club owned recreation assets and facilities in order to increase community participation in sport and recreation.

The MCWGP aims to deliver outcomes in alignment with the Salisbury City Plan 2035. By applying for eligible projects you are helping Salisbury to achieve the vision of “Council's commitment to develop a welcoming and livable City.”

Step 1:

Download the MCWGP Guidelines & Eligibility Criteria Booklet to ensure eligibility is met.

There are two categories of funding available to eligible applicants:

CATEGORY A – up to $75,000

Clubs that meet one of the following may apply for CATEGORY A funding:

  • have a current lease or sub-lease of a Council owned building; or
  • licence or sub-license over Council owned land; or
  • have a current hire agreement to use Council managed facilities such as an indoor recreation centre or community centre; or
  • operate from facilities located on land where the City of Salisbury maintains a contracted interest to purchase that land.

CATEGORY B – up to $35,000

Not-for-profit associations that own their own facilities that are used to deliver sport and recreation outcomes to the community may apply for CATEGORY B funding.

CATEGORY C – up to $10,000

Incorporated organisations that operate in the City of Salisbury and provide a service to the community may apply for CATEGORY C funding.

The grants program is open to applications throughout the year with projects awarded monthly.

Step 2:

Before commencing your application please complete the Proposal to Undertake Works on Council Land Form and send to

Step 3:

After receiving confirmation that the Proposed Works are feasible a formal Application Form is required to apply for Minor Capital Works Grant Program.

Application Forms must be submitted via the following Online Application Form and once verified as complete will be considered at the next meeting of the Community Wellbeing and Sport Committee.

MCWGP Online Application Form

A Project Budget will need to be completed, uploaded, and submitted with your application:

MCWGP Project Budget Template

Assessment of Applications

Complete and eligible applications will be assessed by the Community Wellbeing and Sport Committee and applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application.

For more information, please contact Sport Planner on 8406 8222 or email