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Thanks to the diligent work of the City of Spring Hill Administration, millions of dollars in grant funding is coming to the City to assist with resource protection.
On November 3, 2023, the City of Spring Hill was awarded two grants — totaling $3,198,760 — from the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) through the State Water Infrastructure Grants (SWIG) Program.
The SWIG Program is designed to provide financial assistance to local entities for the planning, design, construction, and rehabilitation of water infrastructure.
“We are thankful for all of the local representatives, administration, and staff members who had a hand in making this achievable,” said Spring Hill Mayor Jim Hagaman. “Ultimately, this comes down to providing our residents with the infrastructure and resources that make Spring Hill the great city that we all call home, and we believe this funding will set us up for success moving forward.”
The City of Spring Hill is committed to providing the best utility service to its residents, while also protecting its main water source — the Duck River. To this end, the City plans to allocate this money to fund an Advanced Purification Pilot Project, exploring how Spring Hill can maximize its fair share of water from the Duck River.
More details about the Advanced Purification Pilot Project can be found here.