Whitestown receives nearly $1 million Community Crossings Grant


Whitestown has received a Community Crossings Grant from the Indiana Dept. of Transportation for $999,423.

The funds will be used for repairing and paving C.R. 750 S. from Indianapolis Road to the town limit to the west and resurfacing Anson Boulevard. from Albert S White to C.R. 450 S. The project is expected to be complete by fall of 2021.

The town plans to resurface Anson Boulevard. from Albert S White to C.R. 450 S.

The estimated cost of the projects is $1,332,564, according to town officials.

“The Town will contribute 25 percent of the cost and INDOT will contribute the remaining 75 percent,” Whitestown Director of Public Works Danny Powers stated. “Roads are a critical component of economic development and quality of life. This grant has helped the town stretch its paving dollars.”

To qualify for funding, local governments must provide local matching funds and submit an INDOT-approved asset management plan for maintaining existing roads and bridges.

Whitestown is one of 241 Indiana cities, towns and counties to have received a combined $101 million in state matching funds for local road projects.


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