Nov. 19, 2021

HARRISBURG – District 33, which consists of parts of Allegheny and Westmoreland counties, has received several Commonwealth Financing Authority grants, announced Rep. Carrie Lewis DelRosso (R-Allegheny/Westmoreland).

“I represent a district that is energized to develop the Allegheny River Valley,” said Lewis DelRosso. “Knowing that District 33 is receiving this money to help improve the look and feel of our community is a huge step in beginning to combat the blight issues and rebuild a beautiful part of Allegheny County.”

Below is a list of grants awarded:

East Deer Township was awarded a $50,000 Greenways, Trails and Recreation Program grant. This money will be used for recreation facilities improvements. 
Borough of Oakmont was awarded a $150,000 Multimodal Transportation Fund Program grant to be used on the Oakmont Borough Boulevard Streetlight Improvement Project in the Business District.
City of Arnold was awarded a $100,000 Multimodal Transportation Fund Program grant. These funds will be used for the Rankin Street Revitalization Phase 2 project.
Harrison Township was awarded a $200,000 Multimodal Transportation Fund Program grant that will fund the Harrison Township Trail/Street Nexus project.

“I am so excited to be a part of a community that deeply cares about revitalization and is getting things done,” Lewis DelRosso continued. “I was pleased to advocate for these grants on behalf of all residents and would like to thank the CFA for recognizing the value of these initiatives.”

Rep. Carrie Lewis DelRosso
33rd Legislative District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

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