Federal Gas Tax Funding

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The Gas Tax Fund is a source of funding for municipal infrastructure like roads, bridges, sewers, water, street lighting, etc. It is helping Ontario's municipal governments address a massive, province-wide infrastructure deficit while improving environmental sustainability and creating jobs and economic growth.

Federal Gas Tax Funds were applied to a number of projects in Georgina in 2020, they include  
Hedge Road Bank Stabilization           54,653
Bridge and Culvert Rehabilitation      1,130,742
Roads Reconstruction Plan         615,962
   
Total      1,801,357

Federal Gas Tax Funds were applied to a number of projects in Georgina in 2019, they include:

Hedge Road Bank Stabilization $81,793
Bridge and Culvert Rehabilitation $476,785
Belhaven Hall Parking Lot $170,334
   
TOTAL  $728,912

Federal Gas Tax Funds were applied to a number of projects in Georgina in 2018, they include:

Surface Treatment of Roads $658,268
Bridge and Culvert Rehabilitation $136,457
Bayview Bridge Refurbishment $19,344
Pefferlaw Ice Pad Roof $534,701
TOTAL $1,348,760

Federal Gas Tax Funds were applied to a number of projects in Georgina in 2017, they include:

Mossington Bridge Rehabs $56,631.49
Road Resurfacing $663,655.72
Station Road Sidewalk $3,738.66
Maskinonge Bridge $7,974.45
Solar LED lighting $68,112.27
Pefferlaw Ice Pad Roof $202,312.21
   
TOTAL $1,002,424.80

Federal Gas Tax funds were applied to a number of projects in Georgina in 2016, they include:

Mossington Bridge Rehabilitation $496,900
Surface Treatment of Roads $694,389
The Queensway Culvert Rehabilitation $2,415
Station Road Sidewalk $383,264
Solar LED Lights for Parks $407
Pefferlaw Ice Pad Roof $1,767
   
TOTAL $1,579,142
 

Federal Gas Tax funds ere applied to a number of projects in Georgina in 2015, they include:

McCowan Road Resurfacing $25,644
Surface treatment of roads $1,223,071
Bridges & Culverts Rehabilitation $236,814
Sidewalks at Morton Avenue, Georgina Ice Palace and Station Road $3,320
LED lighting and parking lot lights at Club 55 $40,522
Computerized Monitoring System in all arenas $28,831
Rewilding Lake Simcoe $20,000
   
TOTAL $1,578,202

Federal Gas Tax funds were applied to a number of projects in Georgina in 2014, they include:

Catering & Country Mile Lane Slope Stabilization $4,708
McCowan Road Resurfacing $38,032
LED Lighting at Ice Palace & Sutton Arena $79,155
Computerized Monitoring System - All Arenas $35,338
SCADA Development & Feasibility Studies $10,176
Rewilding Lake Simcoe $30,500
Surface Treatment of Roads $165,655
Sidewalks at Morton Avenue, Ice Palace & Station Road $272,564
   
TOTAL $636,128

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