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Local Maintenance & Improvement Grant (LMIG) 

Georgia DOT has rolled out the FY 2014 LMIG program as of July, 1 2013.  Applications are currently being received by Georgia DOT.  The deadline for the FY 2014 application is January 1, 2014.

Gwinnett LMIG Awards
Left to right – Kim Conroy Gwinnett DOT, Charlotte Nash Gwinnett County Commission Chair, Rudy Bowen Transportation Board, Bayne Smith GDOT District Engineer, Todd Long GDOT Deputy Commissioner and Brent Cook GDOT Assistant District Engineer.

Gwinnett County LMIG Awards

On behalf of the State Transportation Board, Rudy Bowen representing the 7th Congressional District presented Gwinnett County officials with a check for $4,474,401.56 in Local Maintenance and Improvements Grant (LMIG) funds to upgrade 46.22 miles of 51 local roads. Gwinnett County Commission Chair, Charlotte Nash thankfully accepted the oversized check from Georgia DOT.


Program Information

The LMIG program has been developed in cooperation with ACCG, GMA, and others.  Georgia DOT remains committed to help local governments achieve much-needed improvements to the state’s roadway network.  The new LMIG program will allow local governments greater flexibility and quicker project delivery while allowing us to effectively administer the program with a reduced workforce and new funding match requirements.


LMIG Webcast Video


Questions & Answers



If you have any questions regarding the LMIG Program, please contact the regional State Aid Coordinators.   For general questions, please contact:  

Office of Local Grants
600 West Peachtree Street, NW
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 347-0240