City of Maquoketa and Jackson County Conservation awarded $750,000 from $4.65M Destination Iowa grant

Otto I. Eovaldi

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – Gov. Reynolds and IEDA announce $4.65M for Vacation spot Iowa funding for high-quality of lifestyle tourism, and $750,000 were awarded to Maquoketa and Jackson County Conservation.

The Town of Maquoketa and Jackson County Conservation get $750,000 for enhancements to the Prairie Creek Recreation Space.

The money will be made use of to install a new white h2o paddling class on the Maquoketa River, a championship-caliber disc golf class, and ADA-accessible mountaineering trails.

Other conservation that obtained awards includes Black Hawk County Conservation and Linn County Conservation. Both conservation acquired $3,500,000 together.

The purpose of the fund is to pave 16 miles of the Cedar Valley Nature Trail. This project would comprehensive the unique 52-mile trail, connecting the Waterloo/Cedar Falls and Cedar Rapids spot by a character trail.

The Metropolis of Colfax, also, gained $400,000 to enhance Quarry Springs Park. The “Relax in Colfax” venture produces a 30-sites RV campground, modern-day shower household, and ADA-accessible dock.

Place Iowa is a program that grants funding to Iowa communities to increase and rework points of interest. These transformations are added to improve the top quality of lifetime in Iowa communities, boost tourism, and entice new inhabitants.

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