City of Whitewater Requests Assistance from Clay Street Residents

The City of Whitewater requests responses to an income survey from residents along Clay Street, between Dann Street and the round-a-bout, in order to apply for a sanitary sewer and water grant.

The Clay Street project scheduled for 2020 has multiple steps, one of which is replacing old sanitary sewer and water piping. With the assistance of residents living on Clay Street, the city may be able to apply for a grant to help lower costs of the project and avoid additional utility fees.

Residents are encouraged to fill out the income survey that was sent to them in March. This needs to be returned by April 17, 2019. The City wishes to thank the vast majority of individuals who have already taken the time to complete and return the survey.

Contact Public Works Director, Brad Marquardt at (262) 473-0139 or BMarquardt@whitewater-wi.gov to obtain an income survey if needed.

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