Downtown Infrastructure Grants announced for Low to Moderate Income Communities

November 15, 2012

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation will accept grant applications until December 21, 2012 for grants of up to $750,000 to low- to moderate income communities for downtown infrastructure improvements. Eligible projects include parking lots, streetscapes, sidewalks, sewer, water and storm pipelines among others. Qualifying communities and designated eligible areas are listed here.

The grant application is here: Part I Application

For more information about this or other grant programs, e-mail Jim Hegarty or call him at 616-432-6712.

Infrastructure Funding Success: Holton, Michigan Sidewalk Improvements.

As Holton is classified as a low-income community, P&N suggested that the Township apply for a Infrastructure Capacity Enhancement (ICE) grant through the MEDC to build new sidewalks. P&N completed the grant application, and the Township was awarded a grant for $132,600, covering 100% of the project’s construction cost.


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