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A look at Fort St. John's 2021 capital projects

Fort St. John city council gave the green light Monday to the city's $73-million capital spending plan for 2021. Council’s endorsement allows city staff to apply for Peace River Agreement grants from the province, which funds the capital budget.
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Construction at the new Fort St. John RCMP detachment, with the first pieces of mass timber installed, Jan. 25, 2021.

Fort St. John city council gave the green light Monday to the city's $73-million capital spending plan for 2021.

Council’s endorsement allows city staff to apply for Peace River Agreement grants from the province, which funds the capital budget.

The budget proposes to spend $37.7 million on new buildings and facilities, $17.96 million on roads and related infrastructure, $7.1 million on equipment, $5.6 million on studies and special projects, and $4.6 million on water and sewer projects.

Here's a detailed list of the projects proposed for 2021:

Fort St. John - 2021 Capital Projects List by AlaskaHighwayNews on Scribd

Email Managing Editor Matt Preprost at editor@ahnfsj.ca.