State Funds Help Woodstock Resurface Streets

The city has been awarded $170,000 in Local Maintenance Improvement Grant funding from the Georgia Department of Transportation.

Credit: Patch
Credit: Patch

The Georgia Department of Transportation has awarded the city of Woodstock a little more than $170,000 to make improvements to five of its local streets.

The city was awarded the funding through a Local Maintenance Improvement Grant or LMIG, to resurface and stripe 1.4 miles on five roads, GDOT said in a news release.

The grant covers the resurfacing and striping of Moccasin Trail, Bear Cave Trail, Main Street from Rope Mill Road to Haney Road, Mill Street from Towne Lake Parkway to Main Street and Pinehill Road from Mill Street to Pinehill Lane, GDOT said. 

LMIG funds can only be used on improvements for roads and bridges within county, city or state rights-of-way. Eligible projects include, but are not limited to, safety, economic development, sidewalk, maintenance and bridge repairs.

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