State Grants News Headlines

Up to the minute information on state grants awarded across the nation.

Bruceville Lands $330,000 State Grant for New Water Tower
Town officials in Bruceville have acquired a $330,000 state grant to commence construction on a new water tower. For a town the size of Bruceville, the tower should hold at least 44,000 gallons...more

Waynesboro Lands $850,000 State Stormwater Grant
Waynesboro city has received a $850,000 state stormwater grant from the state Department of Environmental Quality. According to Deputy Waynesboro City Manager Jim Shaw, the state money will be...more

Newark Receives a $78,500 State Grant for City Park Renovation
Newark has been provided a $78,500 state grant for the renovation of its city park that has been beleaguered by drainage problems. The project will repair the LeRoy Hill Park's baseball field,...more

Belgium Government Grants KES 2 Billion Funds to Kenya
The government of Belgium loan grants amounting to KES 2 billion will help expand water and sanitation services in Kenyan town. The Kenyan town, Iten, has suffered from water problems that have...more

Watertown City Council to Accept Grant for Wastewater Disinfection Project
Watertown City Council will be accepting an Empire State Development grant to continue building its disinfection facility at the city's wastewater plant. The North Country Regional Economic...more

Toledo Garners $5 Million State Grant for Wastewater Treatment Plant
A new wastewater treatment plant in Toledo receives about $5 million in grants from the state Department of Ecology Clean Water program. The grants will allow for the construction of the facility...more

Monponsett Pond Research Receives State Grant
To fund a research for the revitalization and wellness of Monponsett Pond, a state grant totaling to $65,238 has been awarded by the Massachusetts Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs program...more

First Herring Brook Receives $56,000 State Grant to Improve Fish Runs
A state grant valued at $56,000 aims to improve fish runs in the First Herring Brook to have fish return back to Scituate. Scituate officials collaborated with the North and South River Watershed...more

Westfield Gets a Boost from State Grant
Westfield's Bournes Creek will receive its share of a state grant as announced by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo reports a $12.2 million to help hundreds of farms in 27 counties state-wide for...more

Amherst Receives More Than $100K State Grant for Wastewater Recycling Research
Amherst town gets a total of $105,527 state grants to study the reuse of wastewater. Amherst is one of the 11 communities that will be receiving their share of funding for water-based projects....more





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