The Local Infrastructure Improvement Program provides grants to local development corporations, tribal governments, municipalities, counties, or other political subdivisions to construct or reconstruct public infrastructure associated with an economic development project.
The Local Infrastructure Improvement Program is open to any political subdivision in South Dakota, tribal government, or local development corporation.
Applicants must identify an economic development project and then work with their area planning district to submit a completed application before funding is considered.
If the board approves the application, the applicant must comply with the conditions of approval to remain eligible for the grant. GOED will issue payment within 30 days of the receiving the required compliance documentation.
Deadlines for the Local Infrastructure Improvement Program are as follows:
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