State of Wisconsin provides over $1.9 million for Sheboygan County road projects

SHEBOYGAN — Governor Scott Walker announced Wednesday that cities, towns and villages in Sheboygan County will receive over $1.9 million for road projects.

Local governments across Wisconsin, including the City of Sheboygan and Sheboygan County, received quarterly payments this week totaling $118 million for General Transportation Aids and Connecting Highway Aids.

General Transportation Aids help defray the costs of constructing, maintaining, and operating roads and streets under local jurisdiction. Connecting Highway Aids reimburse municipalities for maintenance and traffic control of certain state highways within municipalities.

A listing of total payments each Sheboygan County municipality received:

  • Sheboygan County: $706,656
  • City of Sheboygan: $436,418
  • City of Sheboygan Falls: $105,180
  • Town of Sheboygan: $37,480
  • Town of Sheboygan Falls: $25,718
  • City of Plymouth: $98,277
  • Village of Kohler: $58,309
  • Town of Greenbush $31,350
  • Town of Herman $25,067
  • Town of Holland $32,658
  • Town of Lima $21,274
  • Town of Lyndon $18,282
  • Town of Mitchell $19,476
  • Town of Mosel $16,813
  • Town of Plymouth $24,583
  • Town of Rhine $26,578
  • Town of Russell $11,987
  • Town of Scott $24,075
  • Town of Wilson $23,627
  • Village of Adell: $7,566
  • Village of Cascade: $4,654
  • Village of Cedar Grove: $23,612
  • Village of Elkhart Lake: $30,409
  • Village of Glenbeulah: $2,386
  • Village of Howards Grove: $27,957
  • Village of Oostburg: $35,204
  • Village of Random Lake: $14,098
  • Village of Waldo: $2,527