City of Victor Gets State Funding to Expand City Infrastructure

City of Victor Gets State Funding to Expand City Infrastructure

Victor, Idaho, is set to enhance connectivity between its expanding northern industrial and commercial areas and downtown, thanks to a $692,000 state grant. This funding will be used to upgrade a dirt section of Agate Avenue, linking the Larkspur Business Park to the city center. The project aims to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety by constructing a 0.23-mile roadway with curbing, a concrete sidewalk, and a paved pathway. This development is part of the city's broader growth, which includes businesses like Highpoint Cider and New West KnifeWorks, and an 86-unit residential and commercial building set to open in 2025. Despite plans for a Broulim's grocery store being put on hold, the project, one of eight funded in Idaho's District 6, reflects Victor's ongoing expansion and infrastructure improvement efforts.

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