State and federal grant programs provide funding assistance for local projects and services. Most grant programs are highly competitive and require grantees to “match” some portion or all of the funds they are awarded. Below is a list of grants received by the Town of Weymouth since FY2016.

Grant Program
Year  Awarded 
Funding Amount
Town Dept.
Project Description
Coastal Resilience Grant Program FY2017 $51,504 Public Works Puritan Road flood mitigation and ecological resilience
Complete Streets Funding Program FY2017 $386,645 Planning Complete Streets infrastructure improvements 
Complete Streets Funding Program FY2016 $46,088 Planning Complete Streets prioritization plan development
Community Compact Best Practices Program FY2016 $5,000 Mayor's Office Economic Development Self-Assessment Tool (EDSAT) anaylsis 
Dam and Seawall Repair or Removal Program FY2017 $150,000 Public Works Design of Great Pond Dam repairs
Electric Vehicle Incentive Program FY2017 $25,000 Mayor's Office Acquisition of electric vehicles and charging station
First Responder Naloxone Grant II FY2016 $13,957 Police Substance use education and prevention 
First Responder Naloxone Grant III FY2017 $4,187 Police Substance use education and prevention
Green Communities Designation and Grant Program FY2016 $277,635 Planning Municipal energy conservation measures
Library Services and Technology Act Innovative (LSTA) Grant FY2017 $21,375 Libraries All Aboard, Greenbush!: One Train, One Book
MassWorks Infrastructure Program
Smelt Brook daylighting at Weymouth Landing 
Municipal Small Bridge Program FY2017 $500,000 Public Works Replacement of Commercial Street Bridge
Parkland Acquisition and Renovations for Communities (PARC) Program FY2017 $400,000 Planning Development of King Oak Hill Park
Seaport Economic Council Capital Grant Program FY2017 $184,000 Planning Design and permitting of beach connection
Student Awareness of Fire Education (SAFE) and Senior SAFE Programs FY2017 $10,139 Fire Fire and life safety education programs
Youth Opioid Prevention Grant Program FY2017 $13,240 Police