Curwensville Borough Gets State Grant for Site Development Plan for Irvin Park

HARRISBURG – A state grant for a site development plan for Irvin Park in Curwensville has been approved by the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR).

Curwensville Borough will receive $15,000 to prepare a master site development plan for Irvin Park, according to state Sen. John N. Wozniak (D-Cambria/Bedford/Clearfield)

“We need to do all we can to access state funds for projects that spur economic revitalization and boost recreational activity,” he said.

“Improving facilities helps our communities grow.  Well-maintained and accessible parks, recreation venues and community facilities are attractions that drive business activity, enhance progress and improve the quality of life throughout the region.”

The funds for the grant were approved through DCNR’s Community Conservation Partnership Program grant program.

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