The city of Jamestown received a loan of $3.2 million from the North Dakota Clean Water State Revolving Fund, according to an announcement from the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality.
The funds will be used by the city to repair and improve three wastewater lift stations. The loans will be repaid from special assessments charged to residents and wastewater user fees.
The city of Sykeston received a loan of $411,000 from the North Dakota Drinking Water State Revolving Fund to replace an existing water storage tank with a 50,000-gallon water tower.
The Clean Water State Revolving Fund provides loans to local governments for projects related to water quality in North Dakota.