ST. PAUL (KMHL) – The Minnesota Public Facilities Authority announced the city of Tracy was awarded more than $900,000 from the Water Infrastructure Fund.

It was one of three cities in Minnesota that received grants totaling more than $5.3 million to repair and replace their existing water infrastructure.

Tracy also received a grant of more than $750,000 and a USDA Rural Development loan of nearly $800,000.

The city plans to replace the sewer collection lines and manholes in the area of Third Street and Harvey Street.