Grants

Description

The City actively pursues other sources of project funding through grants. Grants sources include State and Federal resources which help fund the cost of maintaining and improving the City of Monroe's infrastructure. The following is a summary of grant activity that Public Works staff are involved in.

Grant List

Grants Received Grant Amount Description
US2 Sidewalk Extension $90,250 Extend Sidewalk along US2 next to Fairgrounds
(Puget Sound Regional Council)
US2 Sidewalk Extension $432,500 Extend Sidewalk along US2 next to Fairgrounds
(WSDOT)
Chain Lake Road Phase 2a Trail $1,515,692 Extend trail along Chain Lake Road from Rainier Road to Brown Road
(Puget Sound Regional Council)
Chain Lake Road Phase 2a Trail $583,527
Extend trail along Chain Lake Road from Rainier Road to Brown Road. 
(Puget Sound Regional Council)
179th Ave SE Sidewalks $634,650 Add sidewalk along 179th Avenue SE
(Puget Sound Regional Council)
Main Street Asphalt Overlay $506,000 Asphalt overlay all lanes from 179th Avenue SE to Kelsey Street
(Transportation Improvement Board)
LED Lighting Upgrade $11,345 Replace sodium halide bulbs with energy efficient LED lights
N. Madison Combined Sewer $1,299,625 Separate stormwater system from the sanitary sewer, replace water main, and rehabilitate roadway (Dept. of Ecology Grant)
Blueberry Lane Stormwater $2,633,250 Replace failing infiltration system at Children's Park and eliminate frequent flooding on adjacent Blueberry lane
Fryelands Blvd Asphalt Overlay $444,800 Resurface the southbound lane from 154th Street to Main Street, as well as the Main St / Fryelands intersection and a portion of Main Street

Current Grant Applications

None at this time