In 2022 the Town applied for and was awarded two (2) grants through the FL Department of Economic Opportunity.
The first grant application was for Hurricane Michael Disaster Relief-Mitigation funding in the amount of $943,942. On October 12, 2022, the Town received notification that the grant funding had been awarded. This funding will be used to rebuild the water facility building at Well No. 1 that was damaged during
Hurricane Michael and install a new emergency generator at Well No. 1. The funding request also included a request to replace the old emergency generator
at Well No. 2.
The second grant application was submitted for a CDBG Small Cities Grant in the amount of $600,000 to upgrade the water lines on SR69/Fort Road East. In December, 2022 the Town was notified the project would be funded. The application also included some additional unmet needs that we hope will be completed through additional grants. This would include upgrading the water line from Peanut Street going north to the entrance to Well No. 3 on SR71/Bryan Street. Also, funding to install new radio read meters on Fort Road East and the south portion of Bryan Street to the city limits sign. We are very excitedfor the opportunity to make improvements and upgrade the Town’s water distribution system.
Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Request for Proposal of Administrative Services
Town of Greenwood is soliciting for a “Request for Proposals” from qualified individuals or firms to provide administrative services for a Hurricane Michael Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery (CDBG-DR) Project.
Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery Request for Qualifications for Engineering Services
Town of Greenwood is requesting qualifications from qualified individuals ro firms to provide engineering services for a Florida Community Development Block Grant-DR (CDBG-DR) project in the Disaster Recovery category.