The provincial finance ministry announced funding allocations for all municipalities through the Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund (OMPF). All 15 municipalities in the counties of Prescott-Russell and Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry will receive their share of the $500 million fund. All funding amounts are the same as the 2020 OMPF grants.
The OMPF funding for East Hawkesbury Township is $276,300, while Champlain Township will receive $1,127,800. The Town of Hawkesbury will receive $2,062,900 in OMPF funds for 2021.
Alfred-Plantagenet Township will receive $1,400,600 in OMPF money while the City of Clarence-Rockland gets $625,800. The Municipality of Casselman has $299,400 in OMPF funds.
The Nation Municipality’s OMPF allocation is $730,400 while Russell Township will get $153,700. The United Counties of Prescott-Russell is not included in the OMPF funding program.
In the Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry electoral riding, the municipality of South Dundas will get $1,192,600 in OMPF funds while South Glengarry Township receives $990,300. The OMPF allocation for South Stormont Township is $902,600.
North Dundas Township gets $934,00 in OMPF money while North Glengarry Township receives $2,167,400. North Stormont Township has $479,900 allocated. The United Counties of Stormont-Dundas-Glengarry is included in the OMPF funding list and will receive $822,300.