One of the biggest challenges southeast Ohio residents experience is infrastructure – paved roadways, access to clean drinking water, updated and well-maintained sewer systems, broadband, and more.

Buckeye Hills serves as liaison and facilitator for a number of state and federal funding programs to support local communities in their pursuit of infrastructure development.

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This program provides funding for projects related to entrepreneurial and business development, workforce development, critical infrastructure, natural and cultural assets, and leadership and community capacity.

 

 

This program provides funding for projects that create jobs and leverage private investment in distressed areas of the United States.

 

 

This program provides funding for projects related to entrepreneurial and business development, workforce development, critical infrastructure, natural and cultural assets, and leadership and community capacity.

 

 

This program provides funding for road, bridge, culvert, water, wastewater, solid waste, and storm water facility projects in District 18.

 

 

This program provides local governments with data collection, mapping capabilities, and technology training at a local cost for infrastructure projects including municipal water, waste water, storm sewer, public signage, traffic signals, floodwater benchmarks, and utility locations.