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Six courtyards in Belogorsk were put in order according to the national project

Six courtyards in Belogorsk were put in order according to the national project
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Six courtyards in Belogorsk were put in order within the framework of the regional project "Formation of a modern urban environment" of the national project "Housing and Urban Environment". In the courtyards, entrances were asphalted, pedestrian paths were paved with paving slabs, and curbs were made.

Also this year in the city, according to the national project, the square named after the 30th anniversary of Victory was landscaped. A backlit fountain was installed there and paving slabs were laid. For all the work, 33,99 million rubles were spent from the federal, regional and municipal budgets.

Last year, in Belogorsk, within the framework of the project “Formation of a comfortable urban environment”, three courtyards and the same number of public areas were landscaped. More than 37 million rubles were spent on the work.

This year, 42 courtyards and ten public territories have been landscaped in the Amur Region under the Housing and Urban Environment national project. The works took place in Blagoveshchensk, Zavitinsk, Zeya, Raichikhinsk, Svobodny, Skovorodino, Tynda, Tsiolkovsky, Shimanovsk and the village of Progress. Funding went to the improvement of courtyards, squares, embankments, pedestrian zones, squares and parks. A total of more than 385,09 million rubles were spent on work from the regional budget.

Until 2025 in the Amur region, within the framework of the project, it is planned to equip at least 228 public spaces and at least 284 courtyards.

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