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Oldenburg, Greensburg receive state grants for trail projects

Both projects awarded around $400K

(OLDENBURG, Ind.) -- The Town of Oldenburg and City of Greensburg were both awarded the 'Next Level Trails' grant on Wednesday.


The grant was announced by Governor Eric Holcomb and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Director as part of a $31M grant to fund 14 projects across the state.


Oldenburg was awarded $406K for the development of the Oldenburg Heritage Trail. The trail will connect Water Street to the girl's softball field and will be built by the Maypole.


A local matching grant was required for the project, which was made possible by funds generated at the annual Freudenfest.


The City of Greensburg was given $417K to extend the Rebekah Trail which will now connect to Pirate Park, the Decatur County Public Library, and the future Main Street Trail to downtown Greensburg.

The existing trail connects to Greensburg Elementary School, Greensburg High School, athletic fields, and residential neighborhoods.


Next Level Trails is part of Gov. Holcomb's $1 billion infrastructure program, which accelerates the completion of major highway projects, expands access to rural broadband services, and pursues the expansion of rail projects in northwest Indiana.




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