$6.92M in local infrastructure funding for Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes
Ontario has announced it will be providing over $6.92M to build and repair local infrastructure in Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes.
The government says the funding allocations is based on a formula that looks at a different needs and economic conditions of communities across the province. The new formula includes an increased funding minimum of $100,000 for all communities per year.
Funds are allocated for municipalities in Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes as follows:
|Municipality||2021 Grant||2022 Grant|
|Town of Gananoque||$371,588||$740,047|
|Town of Prescott||$267,026||$548,790|
|Township of Athens||$96,864||$191,583|
|Township of Augusta||$75,231||$183,026|
|Township of Edwardsburgh-Cardinal||$191,495||$422,677|
|Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley||$106,655||$239,230|
|Township of Front of Yonge||$50,000||$100,000|
|Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands||$152,597||$369,625|
|Township of Rideau Lakes||$165,626||$362,107|
|United Counties of Leeds and Grenville||$1,664,497||$3,521,579|
|Village of Merrickville-Wolford||$69,742||$143,371|
|Village of Westport||$50,000||$100,000|
The funding is being delivered through the Ontario Community Infrastructure Fund.