A construction ahead sign. (Photo by Adelle Loiselle.)

Huron Leads Region In Ontario Infrastructure Grant Allocation

The Ontario government has announced the latest funding under the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund.

Over 400 municipalities across the province will receive a portion of the annual funding to support improvements and repairs to road, bridge, water and wastewater projects.

The largest allocation in midwestern Ontario. $690,600 will go to Huron County. Grey County gets $324,500, Bruce County $156,100 and Perth County $125,300.

Other amounts will be distributed among the lesser tier governments through the region.

Alphabetical list:

Arran-Elderslie – $92,800
ACW – 73,700
Bluewater $62,100
Brockton $75,700
Bruce County $156,100
Central Huron $135,700
Centre Wellington $293,000
Township of Chatsworth $29,100
Goderich $167,700
Grey County $324,500
Hanover $57,900
Township of Howick $25,000
Huron County $690,600
Huron East $113,300
Township of Huron-Kinloss $63,200
Kincardine $142,900
Township of Mapleton $109,200
Municipality of Meaford $117,600
Town of Minto $131,000
Morris Turnberry $30,700
North Huron $92,400
North Perth $107,100
Northenr Bruce Peninsula $39,700
Owen Sound $216,300
Perth County $125,300
Perth East $42,800
Perth South $35,000
South Bruce $71,700
South Huron $188,800
Soiuthgate $58,900
St. Marys $78,700
Stratford $263,500
South Bruce Peninusla $47,900
Wellington North $294,800
West Grey $116,700
West Perth, $157,200