Finding the resources to fill the infinite demands within a community is the problem. Being creative, creating partnerships and having a solid plan is the solution.

This week on the County seat we look at a website that aggregates available funding resources for local governments and how a community funds infrastructure projects. As we take a look at the Funding Finder Website that Jones and DeMille Engineering has put together to help communities find programs that best fit their needs.

Guests this Week:

Brian Barton, President of Jones and DeMille Engineering
Bronson Smart, State Conservation Engineer, NRCS
Bruce Adam, San Juan County Commissioner
Keith Heaton, Director of Community Development – State of Utah


A search engine for grants and loans that’s way better than Google
Counties can’t wade through all the available programs alone
No need to reinvent the wheel
Money is available to get projects done

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