The Federal and Provincial Governments have each committed about 27-million dollars toward 46 infrastructure projects across Saskatchewan.
The municipalities with under 100-thousand residents getting the Small Community Fund money will each chip in one-third of the cost for their projects.
The majority are for drinking and waste water treatment work, with others including road construction and improvement as well as a disaster mitigation project.
Federal Infrastructure and Communities Minister Francois-Phillipe Champagne says they wanted to invest in projects that are going to make a difference.
Provincial Government Relations Minister Warren Kaeding says the successful communities were chosen after an extensive application process based on need and the impact the projects will have on the successful municipalities.
Birch Hills, Carrot River and Big River are among those getting money. Each will receive over 2-million dollars for water treatment upgrades, while Foam Lake will get about 1.37 million for a Lift Station and Force Main Improvement.