Software License Grant: Google Earth Pro

The Key Biscayne Community Foundation has received a grant providing a software license for Google Earth Pro, a program that provides organizations with data import service, area measurement, movie-making, and high resolution printing. The KBCF will be able to take advantage of the different tools offered to qualifying non-profit organizations including its built-in GIS data tool, which will allow for the storage of images taken throughout the community.

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Knight Community Information Challenge Grant

KBCF is proud to be a winner of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation: Knight Community Information Challenge Grant. The grant is for $62,000 over two years and is a partnership between the Community Foundation, RSMAS, and the Village of Key Biscayne. The Knight Community Information Challenge engages community and place-based foundations in supporting news and information projects that inform and engage residents. The grant will support a citizen scientist program to involve residents in monitoring marine habitat to ...

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Celebrating 20 Years!

We have a lot to be proud of for the success of our Village government. Village Green, the Community Center, excellent police, immediate response from our first rate fire/rescue teams, high quality public area maintenance and so much more have shown what a community can do when given control of at least part of its tax dollars. What is less visible is the consequence of Village tax rates that have consistently been lower than the rate charged by ...

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