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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