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Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds has announced $38 million in grants from the Water Infrastructure Fund to create and improve water system infrastructure

Davenport, IOWA – According to the state officials, the grants would go to the following projects: Dyersville East Road Utilities Project, ICON Water Trails Project, and Lewis & Clark Regional Water System project.

The Dyersville East Road Utilities Project would be awarded $11 million for water distribution and wastewater collection infrastructure.

The ICON Water Trails Project in Des Moines would be awarded $15 million in order to mitigate the dam on Fleur Drive.

The Lewis & Clark Regional Water System in northwest Iowa would be awarded $12 million to expand the water system. 

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds released the following statement:

“Today’s significant announcement demonstrates our commitment to water quality in Iowa. Our goal is to build and nurture our communities by investing in infrastructure that promotes healthy and welcoming areas to live, work, and raise a family.  

Not only will these three grants enhance our state’s water infrastructure, but they will make significant contributions to economic development.”  

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