West Goshen Township Secures $2.1 Million in State Grants for Infrastructure Upgrades

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WEST CHESTER, PA — West Goshen Township is set to undertake major infrastructure upgrades after securing approximately $2.1 million in grant funding from the PA Commonwealth Financing Authority. The funds, awarded on December 19, 2023, will be directed toward several key projects aimed at improving the community’s water and sewer systems.

The grants were awarded to both the West Goshen Township and the West Goshen Township Sewer Authority, marking a significant boost in resources for critical infrastructure projects within the community. The substantial funding package includes a $424,998 Small Water & Sewer Grant earmarked for a storm sewer rehabilitation project in the North Hills community, and another $200,000 grant of the same category for sewer rehabilitation work by the Sewer Authority.

The largest portion of the grant, $1.5 million, has been allocated to Phase 3 of the sanitary sewer interceptor rehabilitation project, a crucial initiative overseen by the West Goshen Township Sewer Authority.

These latest awards bring the total grant funding received by the township for various projects to nearly $3 million. This sum, sourced from state, county, and private organizations, underscores the ongoing commitment to investing in the township’s infrastructure and improving the quality of life for its residents.

Township officials have expressed gratitude to the members of the township’s staff and professional consultants whose efforts made these grants possible. Their dedication has resulted in a meaningful contribution to the community’s infrastructure, paving the way for significant improvements in the years to come.

This influx of state funding represents a significant step forward in West Goshen Township’s ongoing mission to maintain and enhance its community infrastructure. As work on these projects begins, residents can look forward to seeing their tax dollars at work, improving their local community for the benefit of all.

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