The City of Charlottetown is asking people to submit proposals for its third round of micro-grants in a bid to make the capital city more sustainable.
The city is offering money to residents with ideas on how to improve the community. The deadline for the small grants of up to $2,500 is March 15.
So far, the city has awarded nine micro grants.
Karen Murchison, the city's interim sustainability co-ordinator, said neighbours on one street planted red tulips, a youth group created a theatre troupe and another project fixed second-hand bikes for temporary foreign workers.
"We want citizens to come up with their own solutions to issues or concerns they have in their micro-communities around the city, to issues that are related to either environment, economy, social issues or something to do with promoting culture here in the city," she said.
Charlottetown will announce the latest round of winners in April.