Caras Park

Caras Park

TOM BAUER, Missoulian

Gov. Steve Bullock's proposed $307 million infrastructure bill includes the following projects in eight western Montana counties broken down by granting program:

State Buildings Energy Conservation Program

• Missoula: University of Montana lighting phase 3, $206,642

Renewable Resource Loan Program

• Ravalli: Bitter Root Irrigation District, $1.7 million

Treasure State Endowment Program

• Lake: Polson wastewater improvements, $750,000

• Flathead: Whitefish wastewater improvements, $500,000

• Sanders: Hot Springs wastewater improvements, $103,000

• Lake: Woods Bay wastewater improvements, $750,000

• Sanders: Thompson Falls water system improvements, $499,000

• Flathead: Foys Lake water system improvements, $157,150

• Granite: Philipsburg wastewater improvements, $545,000

• Ravalli: bridge replacement, $195,798

Renewable Resource Grant Program

• Ravalli: Bitterroot diversion improvement, $125,000

• Flathead: Whitefish mitigation project, $125,000

• Lake: Polson wastewater improvement, $125,000

• Ravalli: Bitter Root Irrigation District siphon, $125,000

• Missoula: Mill Creek restoration project, $125,000

• Missoula: Caras Park stormwater project, $125,000

• Missoula: Buena Vista wastewater improvements, $125,000

• Granite: East Fork Rock Creek canal project, $125,000

• Ravalli: Daly Ditches Irrigation District, $125,000

• Missoula: Clinton Irrigation District rehab, $125,000

• Missoula: Montana biological weed project, $100,500

• Sanders: Hot Springs wastewater improvement, $125,000

• Missoula: Buckhouse Bridge stormwater project, $125,000

• Missoula: Missoula Irrigation District water project, $125,000

• Flathead: Foys Lake Estates water system improvements, $125,000

• Sanders: Vermillion River watershed improvements, $120,248

• Lincoln: Selenium study at Lake Koocanusa: $110,500

• Flathead: Flathead Basin watershed plan, $125,000

• Sanders: Middle Clark Fork River stabilization, $125,000

• Sanders: Thompson Falls water system improvements, $125,000

Quality Schools Grant Program

• Lake: Arlee school boiler replacement, $375,000

• Lake: Polson school boiler replacement, $1.3 million

• Lincoln: Troy school boiler replacement, $125,400

• Lincoln: Troy school energy upgrades, $295,887

• Sanders: Trout Creek asbestos and foundation work, $102,600

• Mineral: Superior school HVAC upgrades, $470,403

• Missoula: Lewis and Clark and Meadow Hill projects, $681,337

• Missoula: Big Sky High School projects, $323,827

• Mineral: St. Regis safety and security, $544,943

• Flathead: Kalispell school energy upgrades, $525,898

• Ravalli: Stevensville Elementary HVAC upgrades, $865,894

• Lincoln: Libby school HVAC upgrades, $1 million

• Ravalli: Stevensville High HVAC upgrades, $950,051

• Flathead: Fair-Mont classroom addition, $366,367

• Missoula: Frenchtown school window replacement, $426,408

• Flathead: West Valley school kitchen equipment, $350,000

• Missoula: Lolo school safety and security, $340,350

• Ravalli: Hamilton school improvements, $953,216

• Missoula: Clinton school energy upgrades, $313,784

Long Range Building Program

• Missoula: University spending authority only, $6 million

• Missoula: Bond to renovate Clapp Science Building, $10 million

Reclamation and Development Grant Program

• Granite: Black Pine Mine mill tailings, $500,000

• Missoula: Martina Creek and Ninemile reclamation, $484,000

• Lincoln: Wood products impacted by vermiculite, $430,595

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