City of Rochester gets over a quarter of a million in water quality grants
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Gov. Hochul announced $23 million in New York state for water quality grants.
Multiple Rochester area cities got these grants, with the City of Rochester getting $335,000 for better technology of its meters. It will work to reduce water loss and increase accuracy.
Seneca Falls got a big grant – $1,285,000 and Batavia received $730,000 – both with the same need for improved meter technology.
Here’s a full list of grants for the area:
- Town of Seneca Falls – $1,285,000
- Town of Batavia – $730,000
- City of Rochester – $335,000
- Ontario County – $100,000
- Town of Byron – $30,000
- Town of Lyons – $30,000
- Town of Macedon – $30,000
- Town of Wayland – $30,000
- Village of Honeoye Falls – $30,000
- Village of Scottsville – $30,000