The village’s 2017 facade improvement program is now accepting applications.

Facade improvement program open

The village’s 2017 facade improvement program is now accepting applications

The village’s 2017 facade improvement program is now accepting applications. The program will reimburse up to $5000 for improvements to retail and commercial storefronts in the downtown revitalization areas. Gwyn’s Green Grocer (seen in the photo) was one of the five businesses that received reimbursement grants in 2016. For more information, contact Valerie Anderson at 250-692-7587.

 

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