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Logan Lake Gets Funding for Renewing Existing Water InfrastructureDistrict of Logan Lake
LOGAN LAKE - Residents of Logan Lake will benefit from improved drinking water infrastructure thanks to joint funding from the governments of Canada and British Columbia through the Small Communities Fund.
Contributions will be used to replace Logan Lake’s existing community water well. The project consists of drilling a new well and installing the necessary piping and pump to tie into the current water system. When completed, the new well will provide a reliable source of potable water. It is expected to deliver a volume of about 60 litres per second, which will be sufficient to meet the needs of area residents and businesses.
The project announced today is among 55 recently approved in British Columbia that will collectively receive more than $128 million in joint federal-provincial funding under the Small Communities Fund. These projects represent important investments in municipal infrastructure that maintain safe, healthy communities. Once complete, the work will significantly improve key municipal services for residents and help boost regional development.
Through the Small Communities Fund, the governments of Canada and British Columbia are working in partnership to provide funding for priority public infrastructure projects that deliver on local needs in communities across the province that have fewer than 100,000 residents. These investments support job creation and economic growth, thus sustaining a high quality of life in small communities across British Columbia for years to come.
- The Government of Canada will provide up to $225,000 through the Small Communities Fund for the project.
- The Province of British Columbia will contribute up to $225,000 to this project.
- The District of Logan Lake will be responsible for all remaining costs of the project.
- The total estimated cost for this project is $675,000.
- The 55 projects approved for funding in British Columbia under the Small Communities Fund so far include 24 drinking water projects, 22 wastewater projects, four major roads projects, two disaster mitigation projects, two brownfield remediation projects and one solid waste management project.
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