The city of Weston, Idaho was recently awarded a $27,000 grant from the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality for drinking water planning. The funds will be used to prepare a drinking water planning study and environmental information document.
According to the Idaho DEQ, the purpose of the project is to evaluate the existing drinking water system in Weston, identify any deficiencies, and develop alternatives for needed improvements.
While the city has been granted $27,000 for the study, the total eligible cost of the project is $54,000. The remaining $27,000 will be funded by the city.