The City of Piqua's Development
Department is proud to announce that for the second year the
City will receive a $148,000 grant from the Agency for Toxic
Substances and Disease Registry to continue environmental work
for the Historic East Piqua area.
"Last year, the City of
Piqua was the first municipality in the entire country to
receive this funding. For the Agency for Toxic Substances and
Disease Registry to fund our community for a second straight
year demonstrates that we are committed to improving the quality
of life for our residents," stated William Lutz,
Development Program Manager.
This latest grant is another
grant that the city has received for its strong brownfield
development program. "Since 2010, our community has
received over $4.5 million in brownfield grants, all designed to
improve the physical condition of our neighborhoods.
Specifically for this grant, we are going to build on the work
we completed with the plan we developed for the Historic East
Individuals with comments or
questions are encouraged to contact William Lutz at 937.778.2062
or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.