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Community Development Block Grants


Community Development Block Grants

South Salt Creek Neighborhood, 4th Street Streetscape Project

Project Description:
Construction of pedestrian-scale ornamental LED street lighting and planting of street trees on 4th Street from 'A' to 'J' Streets.
Estimated Cost:
$221,912
ARRA Funds:
$132,546
Project Sponsor:
City of Lincoln Urban Development Department
Project Contact:
Wynn Hjermstad - 441-8211

North Bottoms Neighborhood, 10th Street Streetscape Project

Project Description:
Construction of pedestrian-scale ornamental LED street lighting and planting of street trees on 10th Street from Charleston to Military.
Estimated Cost:
$355,996
ARRA Funds:
$226,730
Project Sponsor:
City of Lincoln Urban Development Department
Project Contact:
Wynn Hjermstad - 441-8211

Hayward Park ADA Accessibility Project

Project Description:
Hard surface access for park users with mobility limitations.
Estimated Cost:
$35,000
ARRA Funds:
$35,000
Project Sponsor:
City of Lincoln Urban Development Department
Project Contact:
Wynn Hjermstad - 441-8211

Recovery Links

Recovery.gov Recovery.nebraska.gov Read the full text of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (PDF Format)

Contact Information

Chad Blahak, P.E., MBA
Stimulus Projects Coordinator
Public Works & Utilities Department
555 South 10th Street, Suite 203
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508

Phone: (402) 441-7548
cblahak@lincoln.ne.gov

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