The City of Vernon was awarded a $44,000 federal grant from the Municipal Asset Management Program to complete a digital pavement condition assessment for the city’s road network. (Google Maps)

The City of Vernon was awarded a $44,000 federal grant from the Municipal Asset Management Program to complete a digital pavement condition assessment for the city’s road network. (Google Maps)

$44K federal grant will help Vernon prioritize roadwork

Funding will go towards completing a digital pavement condition assessment

A digital pavement condition assessment for Vernon’s road network can now be completed thanks to a $44,000 federal grant.

The results of the assessment will be used as a roadmap to prioritize projects based on rates of deterioration.

“The digital pavement condition assessment aids the City in continuing our priority-based road improvement program,” Mayor Victor Cumming said.

The funding was awarded from the Municipal Asset Management Program.

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