Support to revitalize main Street infrastructure in Three Hills given

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The Town of Three Hills announced a project that will revitalize the town’s Main Street through several infrastructure and aesthetic improvements that aim to draw both residents and tourists alike into the heart of the community, by creating a downtown space that highlights the pedestrian-focused amenities of downtown.

Amenities will include healthy trees lining the street, more accessible walkways for residents of all ages, additional flower planters and places to enjoy the active and vibrant downtown community through additional tables and chairs.

The project site will include the north and south sides of Main Street, between 2 Ave SE and 6 Ave SE, and will be completed over the spring and summer months of 2022. 

Funding for this project will include a $311,147 federal investment through the Canada Community Revitalization Fund, and $103,716 from the Town of Three Hills, totalling a project value of $414,863.

“The Town of Three Hills is overjoyed to receive a grant from PrairiesCan,” said Three Hills Mayor Ray Wildeman.

 

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