Over $131 million is going towards 29 water infrastructure projects across the province, with a focus on rural communities, and it includes many in the Peace Region.
The funding is coming from the Water for Life and Alberta Municipal Water/Wastewater Partnership.
The County of Grande Prairie is receiving $569,250 for the Bezanson sewage lagoon expansion, and for a waterline from a well to the new Teepee Creek water treatment plant.
Over $2.1 million is going to Wembley for wastewater bioreactor containers, while Saddle Hills County is receiving a little over $1.1 million for the WTP upgrade in Woking and clear well expansion.
Fairview is getting $545,250 to install aeration systems in three existing raw water reservoirs, the County of Mackenzie gets $705,750 for Zama City water supply improvements, and Northern Lights County receives just under $28.2 million for the Peace River regional waterline to provide water to Dixonville.
The investment is expected to lead to roughly 900 jobs.
In total, $33,356,223 is coming to the area.