Two Beaver County municipalities were selected to receive Community Conservation Partnerships Program (CCPP) Key 93 grants totaling $166,200 for recreation projects, according to Senator Elder Vogel (R-47).
The grants include:
Monaca Borough will receive $150,000 for development of John A. Antoline Park including construction of a pavilion/comfort station/concession stand building; installation of utilities, ADA access, landscaping and related site improvements.
Brighton Township will receive $16,200 to prepare a Greenways and Trails Network Plan for the township, including a written report.
“This is good news for all local residents,” Senator Vogel said. “Grants that Pennsylvania provides to develop and upgrade recreational facilities are long-term investments in communities and in improving the quality of life for everyone.”
The CCPP provides financial and technical assistance to local governments, land trusts, river and trail organizations and other non-profit organizations for the planning, acquisition and development of park, recreation, conservation and greenway areas.