Woodstock receives almost $3M in Rebuild Illinois funding
The City of Woodstock has been awarded $2.96 million in Rebuild Illinois funding for a number of downtown improvements.
Woodstock’s plans call for extensive renovations and remodeling of the city-owned Woodstock Opera House, including new lighting, seating, and renovation of the Stage Left Cafe. Downtown improvements to the historic Square include new perimeter building lighting, and renovations to the bandstand and spring house.
The state funding will be paired with $1.6 million from the city to help complete $4.6 million in downtown projects. The Rebuild Illinois grant was one of 50 totaling $106 million to revitalize 50 commercial corridors and main streets across the state.
Click here to learn more about the city’s plans for the funding.