Various city-owned Winnipeg neighborhood facilities are set to obtain renovation funding by a municipal grant program.
Metropolis officers stated Friday that the 20 facilities receiving the funding will obtain a share of $1,382,955.33 through the Group Heart Renovation Grant Program.
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Bord-Aire, Burton Cummings, Central, Chalmers, Champlain, Dakota, East Elmwood, Glenwood, Greendell Park, Luxton, Norquay, Northwood, Norwood, Notre Dame, Sinclair Park, South Winnipeg, St. Norbert, Transcona East Finish, Weston and Windsor neighborhood facilities will every be capable to entry monetary help for repairs, renos, security enhancements, upgrades and extra.
“Group facilities are essential gathering areas for residents of all ages,” stated main Brian Bowman in an announcement.
“At present’s announcement supplies funding to assist essential upgrades and renovations that can guarantee these areas will proceed to have optimistic impacts within the communities they serve.”