Town of Framingham EDIC Offers Beautification Grants to Village Businesses


WASHINGTON, D.C. – (RealEstateRama) — The Town of Framingham’s Economic Development Industrial Corporation (EDIC) has allocated $35,000.00 to assist business and property owners in Framingham who wish to improve their storefronts. The funds are currently targeted for the Nobscot and Saxonville areas; however, businesses in other areas of Town are eligible for consideration.

Matching grants of up to $3,500.00 will be distributed to projects that are visible from main thoroughfares. If you would like to learn more and to download the application, visit or contact the Beautification Grant Administrator in the Community and Economic Development Office at 508-532-5455.

About the EDIC
The Economic Development Industrial Corporation (EDIC) is a Selectmen appointed and Town funded committee consisting of seven residents who oversee and direct efforts to stimulate economic development within Framingham. To learn more about their efforts or see a list of current members, visit

To learn more about the EDIC or Beautification Grants, please contact Christopher McDermott of the Community Economic Development Division via email at cmm (at) framinghamma (dot) gov or (508) 532-5455.


Nichol Figueiredo, Public Information Officer
Memorial Building
150 Concord Street
Framingham, MA 01702
Tel: (508) 532-5437


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