2021 Aid Money to the District
Thank you to all of the local, state, and federal partners for helping to secure this aid funding.
Updated: June 2021
Local Infrastructure Grants
American Rescue Plan Direct Aid
2021 State Aid to Public Libraries
S.A.F.E. and Senior SAFE Awards
Complete Streets Grant
North Attleboro will be receiving grant money as part of the Complete Streets Program
North Attleboro will receive $385,871 in grant funding.
This money is to install new sidewalks, curb ramps, and high visibility crossings along Arnold Road as well as to provide sharrows and bike signage near two elementary schools.
Shared Streets & Spaces Grant
Attleboro will be receiving grant money from the Shared Streets & Spaces Grant Program
Attleboro will receive $122,149.50 in grant funding.
This money is to support: new lighting, paving, landscaping, public seating, public art & bike racks; the transformation of the underused alleyway between Attleboro's Municipal Parking Garage; turning the downtown area into a safe, comfortable public space for hosting civic activities and festivals
MassDEP PFAS Treatment Grants
To help ensure the safety of drinking water around the Commonwealth, the Baker-Polito Administration secured, and the legislature provided, $28.4 million in two recent supplemental budgets for water infrastructure and PFAS testing. More than $8.4 million of the new funding supports a statewide sampling program for public water supplies and private wells, as well as this grant program. Conducting statewide testing of drinking water for PFAS will provide the data to support MassDEP’s strategy for treatment and mitigation of this emerging contaminant.
These grants will provide funding to water suppliers for the necessary planning, studies, pump tests, engineering and design necessary to remove PFAS contamination from water systems. To aid communities that have already expended funds to address elevated levels of PFAS, many of the awards reimburse eligible costs already expended.
Firefighter Safety Equipment Grant Program
Regional Climate Resiliency