Huron Leads Region In Ontario Infrastructure Grant Allocation

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

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