Collinsville Gets $387,000 State Grant for Streetscape Improvements

Agency - Main Street Investment Fund

Collinsville town officials have been awarded a $387,000 state grant for street improvement projects.


The grant will cover expenses for sidewalk upgrades, street signs, pedestrian lights, trees and crosswalks among others. The funding comes from the state’s Main Street Investment Fund. Collinsville will be making improvements on its infrastructure to attract more businesses establish resources for the use of residents and tourists.


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