Trochu receives federal support to revitalize main street 

The Town of Trochu is excited to announce an upcoming project to revitalize Trochu’s Main Street, made possible thanks in part to a federal investment of $372,450 through the Canada Community Revitalization Fund. 

The project will upgrade foundational aspects of Main Street, including new asphalt, as well as new decorative light standards, benches, bike racks and new curbs. 

Main Street is home to many of Trochu’s businesses and attractions and this project is expected to help create more opportunities for residents and visitors to enjoy all that Main Street has to offer. 

The Canada Community Revitalization Fund is a two-year, $500 million national infrastructure program to revitalize communities across Canada. 

The Town of Trochu is fortunate to have been chosen as one of these communities and could not be better prepared to make the most of this amazing opportunity. 

Trochu is poised for growth and continued vibrancy. 

Trochu council and staff are extremely appreciative of the support from all levels of government as the town moves forward with a vision of a bright future. 

“Trochu is extremely excited to be able to revitalize Main Street,” said Mayor Barry Kletke. 

“Trochu council have heard from residents and business owners that improving the condition of Main Street is a high priority and we are so pleased to receive support from the federal government to see this need met.”

“Main streets and downtowns across Alberta bring people together and support countless small businesses,” said Randy Boissonnault, Minister of Tourism. 

“Today’s investment will help the Town of Trochu to recover from the pandemic by creating more jobs and opportunities for residents and visitors to benefit from the local businesses and attractions that are at the heart of this community.”

 

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