Low-Income Home Energy Assistance (LIHEAP)
MONTGOMERY — Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded $1.2 million to provide charging stations for electric vehicles at five locations in Alabama. The grants are awarded to help Alabama be ready as more electric vehicles are purchased and travel the state highways. “As more electric cars and trucks, including many models produced by Alabama car […]
MONTGOMERY — Gov. Kay Ivey has announced a $146,880 grant as a first step in helping the town of Shorter improve its wastewater system and correct deficiencies. The grant from the Appalachian Regional Commission will assist the town in assessing its sewage plant including detecting any possible leakage from the system’s wastewater treatment lagoon. “Every […]
MONTGOMERY — Gov. Kay Ivey has announced a $100,000 grant to the city of Ashland that will provide improvements to the city’s industrial park which will also assist one nearby business resulting in 10 new jobs and offering additional services for residents. Funds from the Appalachian Regional Commission will be combined with a $100,000 Community […]
MONTGOMERY— Gov. Kay Ivey has awarded grants totaling $1.29 million to help low-income households with home energy costs. The grants will enable 18 community service agencies to provide funding to help low-income families heat and cool their homes. “As these record hot summer months continue, many low-income residents may struggle to afford higher electric bills […]
Kenneth W. Boswell, Director
The Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) is committed to positively impacting Alabama communities through the agency’s grant programs and services that aim to spur community development and economic development.
Through partnerships with local governments, nonprofit groups, state and federal agencies, and other agencies, the men and women of ADECA work every day to improve the quality of life for Alabamians.
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