Sioux Center Promised Over A Quarter Of A Million Dollars For A Street In SE Sioux Center

Date posted - January 15, 2013

DOTAmes, Iowa — Over a quarter of a million dollars will be made available from the Iowa Department of Transportation for a street in the southeast part of the city.

The Iowa Transportation Commission approved a Revitalize Iowa’s Sound Economy (RISE) Local Development grant application submitted by Sioux Center. Up to $261,572 will be made available to assist in construction of an approximately 894-foot extension of St. Andrews Way and construction of approximately 156 feet of St. Andrews Circle located on the southeast side of town. This project is anticipated to be completed by October 2013.

This project is necessary to provide access to 10 lots totaling more than six acres for industrial, manufacturing, warehousing, and professional office purposes.

Funding for the grant comes from the city share of the RISE Fund.

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