2017 GROW Program Grant Offers – Cycle 1

Municipal PartnerProject DescriptionGROW Grant Received
AspinwallGreen infrastructure project for Commercial Alley behind the business district$166,500
Bellevue Reimbursement for a sewer rehabilitation project$189,600
Bethel Park Municipal AuthoritySewer rehabilitation project for McLaughlin Run$256,300
Carnegie Sewer separation project along Cooks Lane$144,700
Carnegie Reimbursement for a sewer separation project along Capital Drive$48,100
Crafton  Reimbursement for a sewer separation project for Thomas Street$91,600
Crafton  Construction of a rain garden in a municipal park$80,800

Emsworth

Sewer rehabilitation project for Ohio River Boulevard area$84,100
Etna     

Reimbursement for a green infrastructure project for Walnut and School streets  and adjacent parking lot

$33,386
Etna     Reimbursement for a green streetscape project for business district$86,335
Green Tree Storm sewer removal project on Poplar Street$428,800
HomesteadGreen infrastructure project on Barrett Elementary School property$618,800
McCandless Township Sanitary Authority Reimbursement for a Salem Drive sewer replacement project with Inflow/infiltration improvements$580,200

McKees Rocks

Green infrastructure project for Chartiers Avenue$377,200
Mount Oliver and Pittsburgh Water & Sewer AuthorityReimbursement for an inflow/infiltration reduction project for Transverse Park$76,600 for the borough and $46,700 for the authority
MunhallReimbursement for inflow/infiltration rehabilitation$132,000
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority (Banksville)Green infrastructure project for Hayson Avenue$434,600

Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority(Beltzhoover )

Installation of green infrastructure project in McKinley Park, part of a larger redevelopment plan under design by Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy$285,400
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority(East Liberty )Green infrastructure project for Larimer Park$302,000
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority(Garfield )Installation of a rain garden on a city-owned vacant lot$250,800
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority(Garfield )Green infrastructure project on 10 contiguous vacant lots$494,000
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority(Hill District )Installation of a large bioswale in Terrace Village$242,000
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority(Oakland)Installation of an automated valve system to maximize storm water storage in Panther Hollow Lake$30,600
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority(Polish Hill )Green infrastructure project$318,600
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority(Squirrel Hill )Green infrastructure project for Wightman Park$368,300
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority(Woods Run )Green infrastructure project redirecting existing stream$412,300

Scott   

Eliminating infiltration and inflow in existing pipes$328,900
Shaler  Sewer rehabilitation for Seavey Road and Grandview Avenue$140,600
Shaler  Sewer rehabilitation for Glen Malcolm Drive and S. Magnolia Drive$237,600
Shaler  Sewer rehabilitation for Limestone Drive and Dressel Road$176,100

Sharpsburg  

Stream removal project for Ravine Street, in cooperation with O’Hara, Shaler and PennDOT$1 million

Wilkins

Reimbursement for a sewer separation project in the Linhart area$551,700

2017 GROW Program Grant Offers – Cycle 2

Municipal PartnerProject DescriptionGROW Grant Received
AspinwallA new storm sewer will be installed on Eastern Avenue that will connect to an existing sewer on Freeport Road$433,200
AvalonRehabilitation of a Spruce Run sanitary sewer$75,158
BrentwoodRehabilitation of three brick manholes, replacement of two other manholes and related work on the sanitary sewer system on Viking Drive$72,000
BraddockA new storm sewer will connect to an existing storm sewer on First Street, separating stormwater from a combined system$45,760
CarnegieReimbursement for a project that replaced impervious parking islands with raingardens to slow stormwater runoff and provide water quality treatment$121,100
CarnegieThis Broadway Street sewer separation project will reduce combined sewer overflow volume and provide new storm sewer lines that can be extended for future projects$825,664
DormontReimbursement for removal of a spring from the sanitary sewer system$9,185
EdgewoodReimbursement for rehabilitation of 2,600 feet of pipe in the sanitary sewer system$66,300
EtnaConstruction of green infrastructure in the business district to capture stormwater runoff from adjacent buildings and sidewalks and route it to either a new stormwater park, underground storage tank or permeable paver site $669,800
Girty’s Run Joint Sewer AuthorityRehabilitation of a Stanton Avenue sewer within a storm sewer culvert$64,600
Girty’s Run Joint Sewer AuthorityReplacement of 4,500 feet of a defective sewer at Marie Drive$312,900
HomesteadConstruction of a storm trench on Amity Street to collect stormwater and divert the flow to a raingarden in a municipal park$151,798
IndianaRehabilitation of an existing sewer and a proposal to repair private laterals in the in Ottawa Hills area$81,000
McDonald Sewage AuthorityComplete separation of the McDonald Sewage Authority's combined sewer system, final phase$404,000
Mount OliverInstallation of pervious pavements and underground storage to control runoff from the Middle Street parking lot and adjacent buildings$123,800
Munhall Sanitary Sewer Municipal AuthorityCleaning and separating a sewer that carries only groundwater from the sanitary system and connecting it to the nearby storm sewer system$63,458
North BraddockInstallation of permeable pavers with an underdrain system on Middle Street$84,284
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority (South Side )Installation of green stormwater infrastructure along 21st Street to South Side Park$1.49 million
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority (Hill District )Installation of a stormwater park at the Martin Luther King Field, part of a series of phased projects intended to reestablish the natural drainage paths of Soho Run$855,270
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority (Point Breeze )Renovations of the existing islands maintained by the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy and a bioretention system maintained by the city of Pittsburgh$1.5 million
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority (Oakland)Installation of a stormwater park at the Lawn and Ophelia Parklet $313.900
RankinInstallation of permeable pavers with an underdrain system on Line Way $30,800
SharpsburgSewer separation to take the PennDOT storm and runoff collection system and connect it to a combined pipe on Clay Street that connects to the Ravine Street Stream Removal Project stream conveyance pipe$481,207
Stowe Installation of vegetated rain gardens and infiltration swales in two vacant lots on Fleming Avenue$173,900
TraffordRehabilitation of 950 feet of sanitary sewer pipe on 8th Street$12,200
Turtle CreekInstallation of permeable pavers with an underdrain system on Mercer Street$41,500
WilkinsSeparation of 4,300 linear feet of combined sewers, phase II of a project in the Linhart area, $112,500
WilkinsburgRehabilitation of 5,400 feet in the South Avenue sanitary sewer system$228,300
WilmerdingInstallation of permeable pavers with an underdrain system on Wall Street$140,318

GROW Program Grant Offers – Cycle 3

Municipal PartnerProject DescriptionGROW Grant Received
AspinwallThe Center Avenue sewer separation project includes installation of a new storm sewer and rerouting catch basins from the old combined sewer to it. $477,700
Baldwin TownshipThis is reimbursement for the Dewalt Drive sanitary sewer system lining to limit inflow/infiltration of the pipe. $8,600
BellevueThis is reimbursement for a 2016 project in which a portion of the sanitary sewer system was lined to limit inflow/infiltration of the pipe. $34,900 
BraddockThe First Street sewer separation project includes installation of a new storm sewer and rerouting catch basins from the old combined sewer to the new storm sewer. $112,625
Castle ShannonThis is reimbursement for lining the sanitary sewer system to limit inflow/infiltration of the pipe. $307,100
CraftonThe Fountain-Sycamore sewer separation project includes installation a new storm sewer and rerouting catch basins from the old combined sewer to the new storm sewer. $94,052
DormontThis comprehensive sewer rehabilitation project consists of lining the sanitary sewer system to limit inflow/infiltration of the pipe.  $320,715
Fox ChapelThis is reimbursement for lining the sanitary sewer system to limit inflow/infiltration of the pipe. $658,416
McCandlessThis Lower Lowries Run project involves lining a sanitary sewer system to limit inflow/infiltration. $60,600
MonroevilleThe Woodhaven Drive sewer rehabilitation project consists of lining a portion of the sanitary sewer system to limit inflow/infiltration of the pipe. $93,600
MonroevilleThe Simpson Run sewer rehabilitation project consists of lining a portion of the sanitary sewer system to limit inflow/infiltration of the pipe. $101,500
MunhallThis project involves rerouting highway drainage from a combined sewer to a new storm sewer. $81,300
Penn HillsThis project under the Churchill Country Club consists of lining the sanitary sewer system to limit inflow/infiltration. $122,500
Pittsburgh (Shadyside)The Maryland Avenue green infrastructure project involves construction of underground stormwater storage that will route runoff into three interconnected tanks under the street and permeable pavers on Salem Way. The objective is to address flooding issues. $721,800
Pittsburgh (Downtown/Hill District )This is reimbursement for the green stormwater infrastructure component of a large-scale capital project to create park space connecting the Hill District to Downtown. $408,900
RossThis project consists of lining the sanitary sewer along Sewickley-Oakmont Road to limit inflow/infiltration. $88,100
ScottThis project consists of lining the sanitary sewer system to limit inflow/infiltration. $258,900
VeronaThis project consists of lining a portion of the sanitary sewer system near South Avenue at 2nd, 3rd and 4th streets to limit inflow/infiltration. $58,900
WilmerdingThis is reimbursement for the Herman Avenue sewer separation project that rerouted an existing storm sewer away from a combined sewer and into an existing storm sewer on Westinghouse Avenue. $106,369

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