Town of Zionsville receives INDOT grant


The Town of Zionsville received a Community Crossings Matching Grant from the Indiana Dept. of Transportation totaling $893,412.75. The grant will be used to fund the roundabout at Oak Street and Boone County Road 800 East.

Boone County received an award of $679,810, which will go toward the replacement of the 92-year-old bridge on Boone County Road 600 West and resurfacing of Boone County Road 500 South from Ind. 75 to Boone County Road 900 West near Granville Wells Elementary School.

The project is funded by Indiana’s Community Crossing Matching Grant Program, so the county and the Town of Zionsville must match the grant funding with local funds. The award is based on detailed estimates provided by the dept. of public works in a grant application.

In the first round of Community Crossings Grants earlier this year, Zionsville was awarded $120,950.50 for road rehabilitation and paving projects.

For more about INDOT and the Community Crossings Matching Grant, visit


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