$19.3 Million USDA Rural Development Loan Assisting with Construction of Fieldstone of DeWitt
Crawford’s Rural Fire Department Station was built in 1929 and had reached the end of its useful life by not meeting current energy, building, accessibility codes and standards. The basement had flooded thus mold was a concern. A shared wall to the west side of the station had a roof that collapsed pulling the shared wall away.
In Wray, Colorado, the Wray Community District Hospital was one of the first rural hospitals to be on allocation for the SARS COVID-19 PCR testing. Prior to receiving the new equipment, the hospital only had access to a small four bay test analyzer.
More than 1,800 Memphis Residents to Benefit from Investment
COLUMBIA, MO, March 25, 2021 – U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Missouri Acting State Director D Clark Thomas today announced that the agency is investing $81,600 to purchase essential community infrastructure in Memphis, Mo.
USDA Invests $266 Million to Improve Rural Community Facilities and Essential Services in 16 States and Puerto Rico
USDA Invests over $2.3 Million to Improve Rural Community Facilities and Essential Services in Virginia
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development Justin Maxson today announced that USDA is investing $266 million to build and improve critical community facilities to benefit nearly 3 million rural residents in 16 states and Puerto Rico. This funding includes $156 million to support health-care-related improvements and emergency response services that will benefit nearly 1 million rural residents in nine states and Puerto Rico.
USDA Invests $266 Million To Improve Rural Community Facilities and Essential Services in 16 States and Puerto Rico
Funding Includes $373,000 for Hogansville, Georgia City Hall
USDA is Seeking Applications for Projects Supporting Regional Economic and Community Development Planning in Pennsylvania
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development is accepting applications for projects that prioritize strategic investments to grow the economy and build prosperity in rural communities.
Seymour ISD provides educational opportunities to the City of Seymour, a small North Texas town with a population of 2,613, and the surrounding Baylor County. With a growing student population of 582, the school district created its own police department to help ensure the safety of students and staff.