LCRA representatives present an $11,754 grant to the City of Moulton for improvements to the city park. The grant is part of LCRA’s Community Development Partnership Program. Pictured, from left to right, are: Rick Arnic, LCRA governmental affairs representative; Lori A. Berger, LCRA Board member; LuAnn Rogers, Moulton city administrator; and Jenna Harris, Moulton account clerk.
The City of Moulton soon will be able to improve its city park thanks to an $11,754 grant from the Lower Colorado River Authority.
The grant, along with $2,938 in local matching funds, will allow the city to make improvements to Moulton Community Park, including adding seating, adult bench swings, pet waste stations and cigarette disposal urns.
Moulton City Administrator LuAnn Rogers said the improvements will enhance the park’s quality and provide additional options for large gatherings held at the green space.
“We are excited to be able to improve the park, and this addition will give people another place to get together and talk,” Rogers said.
Currently, the park features a pavilion, barbecue grills, picnic tables, a pond, playground equipment, spots for RV hookups and more.
“We are really grateful to LCRA for providing this grant funding,” Rogers said. “It means so much to our community.”
The community grant is one of a number of grants recently awarded through LCRA’s Community Development Partnership Program. The program provides economic development and community assistance grants to cities, counties, volunteer fire departments, regional development councils and other nonprofit organizations in LCRA’s electric and water service areas. The program is part of LCRA’s effort to give back to the communities it serves.
Applications for the next round of grants are due July 31. More information is available at
The Lower Colorado River Authority serves customers and communities throughout Texas by managing the lower Colorado River; generating and transmitting electric power; ensuring a clean, reliable water supply; and offering access to nature at more than 40 parks, recreation areas and river access sites along the Texas Colorado River, from the Hill Country to the Gulf Coast. LCRA and its employees are committed to enhancing the lives of Texans through water stewardship, energy and community services. LCRA was created by the Texas Legislature in 1934. For more information, visit
Source: LCRA Business News