||05/2011 PA DEP H2O Grant
The grant went to Patton Municipal Authority, which
received $4 million. It will fund interconnection of the Patton
authority and Hastings Municipal Authority water systems along with
development and connection of new wells and replacing deteriorated lines
Protection Grants- PA DEP - 11/30/2010
-to purchase tractor and a boom mower.
-to install low flow channels and fish habitat devices
-to remove trees and vegetation from the dam.
||08/2010- Traffic light LED upgrade grant
through the Southern Alleghenies Planning and Development Commission.
||06/27/2006 Governor Edward Rendell announced a
grant in the amount of $40,000.00 from the Community Conservation
Partnerships Program administered by Pennsylvania DCNR. The
grant will be used at the Patton Recreation Park to rehabilitate the
existing tennis courts and also add a new "rock climbing type
structure" to supplement the existing playground equipment.
||11/02/2005- The borough in cooperation with
the Cambria County Conservation District and the Patton Trout Nursery received
a grant in the amount of $77,906.00 from the Growing Greener II program
for the second phase of stream bed restoration. This project will
improve fish and wildlife habitat within a diked flood control project.
|12/2003 - The borough has received a grant
from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Community &
Economic Development in the amount of $365000.00 for affordable housing
under the Home Investment Program ("HOME"). This money
will be used to match $512312.00 in funds through the Supportive Housing
Program of the Department of Housing and Urban Development to
rehabilitate 8 new rental units for people with special needs and will
be called Schoolhouse Gardens. This will be located on University
Ave.- the old Second Ward School Building.
|10/2003 - Congressman Bill Shuster presented
the borough with funding in the amount of $158000.00 for completion of
the backwash holding facility at the water treatment plant. This amount
was in addition to the $315000.00 the boro had originally received from
the US Army Corps of Engineers under the Section 313 Program. This
program is 75% federal funding with a 25% local match.
||05/2003 - Cambria County Redevelopment
Authority- $315,000.00 grant to replace the Beech Ave. Water Line from
Fourth Avenue to Ross Avenue. This project will include
resurfacing Beech Avenue from Fifth to Ross Avenue.
||07/2003 - PennVEST low interest loan to
complete Phase 1 of the water system improvements. This money
includes interum improvements at the water filtration plant, water
meters, and distribution line improvements.
||2003 - Received a matching grant of $
23,000.00 from DCED for new playground equipment at the Patton
Park. Due to weather constraints- the equipment will be installed
in early 2004 for the spring park opening.
||Received $ 9,756.30 in the for of a matching
grant from the PA DEP Flood Control Bureau toward the purchase of a new
tractor/mower for the Levee ($ 19,512.60)
||2002 - Received a $ 457.48 grant from MTAP
for new computer software (Quickbooks) in the borough office
||07/2002 - PennVEST grant ($ 1,000,000.00) and
low interest loan to rebuild and replace the Wastewater Treatment Plant
including the Palmer Avenue pumping station and the Highland Avenue
ejector station. These facilities are over 30 years old and are not
capable of operating to today's clean stream standards.
||Received $ 6286.00 from the DCED as part of
Flood Mitigation. This money was used for underwater divers to
examine the dam at the Water Filtration Plant and the gate valve on the
||2001 - Received a grant from Representative
Gary Haluska for $5,000.00 to help toward the cost to refurbish the
walls of the swimming pool at the Patton Park
|Received a $ 15,000.00 Historical matching
grant through the DCED for the municpal building's main roof to help
preserve the building ( the Fire Watch Tower is one of the few Fire
Watch Towers of its kind left in the Commonwealth.
Received an additional $ 7,000.00 from the DCED to refurbish the flat
roof on the municipal building and the side door leading to the Fire
||1998 - present: After the flood of January
1996 the borough has been seeking funding for flood mitigation work in
addition to the work the borough has done with it's general funds.
After several years of continued application- the borough was placed on
the list to evaluate the flood control project and bring it to the
standard of the 100 year flood plain. The DEP is currently in the
process of evaluating the flood control system- in 2003 they spent close
to $80,000.00 in doing a complete survey of the entire flood
project. This cost all has been at no cost to the borough.
It is expected that a completed report and plan of action will be
released some time in 2004.