Security fencing around LPAC
Lancaster will replace existing street signs and bollards along Lancaster Boulevard and install security fencing around the rear of the Lancaster Performing Arts Center as part of more than $1.87 million in public works projects unanimously approved by the City Council.
The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act signed by President Joe Biden included $350 billion in emergency funding for state, local and territorial and tribal governments known as the State and Local Recovery Funds.
Lancaster was awarded about $36.3 million of the State and Local Recovery Funds. The city has received about $18.17 million so far. These funds will be used to pay for the projects along Lancaster Boulevard and the Lancaster Performing Arts Center, along with other projects.
The $479,694 Lancaster Boulevard project includes repairs to raised/sinking pavers and raised tree wells along the boulevard in addition to the street signs and security fencing around the Lancaster Performing Arts Center.
The other projects include about $1.17 million for the purchase of fleet equipment; $10,189 for striping and delineators along the roundabout at 15th Street West and Lancaster Boulevard; approximately $241,148 for maintenance yard improvements; and $151,250 for the Lancaster Maintenance District revitalization project.