Fitchburg Applies For a Grant

Agency - MassWorks Infrastructure Program

The city of Fitchburg is planning to apply for a grant worth $2 to $3 million under the MassWorks Infrastructure program.

The grant will help fund the revamping of Fitchburg's downtown area with new lighting, sidewalk and street reconstruction, improved signs and attractive, well-defined event spaces. It will fund the first phase of improvements, which focuses on Main Street from North to Putnam Streets.

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