Every year, the Indiana County Conservation District works with public road owners through the Dirt, Gravel, & Low Volume Roads (DGLVR) Maintenance Program. Across the Commonwealth, the DGLVR program provides $28M annually for rural road improvements in Pennsylvania. Of that $28M, Indiana County receives approximately $700k each year! Our goal is to not only improve local infrastructure, but to also reduce roadway impacts on our natural resources.
The Indiana County Conservation District administers program funding for projects in Indiana County. Grant funding is available for unpaved and low volume (sealed) public roadways through the Indiana County Conservation District on an annual basis. For more information about the program, please contact Brooke Russick, Conservation Program Specialist.
A site visit is required prior to submitting a grant application. Please contact us to schedule an appointment.
Applications are reviewed by the Quality Assurance Board (QAB).