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Gov. Newsom announces nearly $300 million in ‘Clean California Grants', $19 million going towards Inland Empire projects

Photo of the California Capitol Building.
Bishnu Sarangi
Photo of the California Capitol Building.

On Tuesday, Governor Gavin Newsom announced nearly $300 million dollars in grants that will go towards local governments and tribes to help beautify public space.

The grants are targeting underserved communities throughout California, with $19 million of the funding going towards projects here in the Inland Empire.

In a press release, Governor Newsom said that the funding was a historic investment that will go towards helping remove unsightly litter from local streets and highways.

The grants funding will be going towards six different projects in the Inland Empire, including $5 million for Corona’s Green Alleys project and $4.9 million for Pomona’s Holt Avenue Corridor Project.

Complete list of cities receiving funds:

Jonathan Linden was a reporter at 91.9 KVCR in San Bernardino, California. He joined KVCR in July 2021 and served with the station till October 2022.