The city of Niagara Falls has included in their 2017 budget $1.5 million worth of improvements along Lundy’s Lane. The plan is divided into three phases with a total cost of $5.6 million ( $1.5 million for phase one,$2 million for phase two and $2.1 million for phase three) over a five-to-10 year period. The Lundy’s Lane Business Improvement Association (B.I.A.) is prepared to contribute up to $400,000 towards this $5.6 million project.
The initial phase includes enhanced sidewalk paving, heritage-themed street amenities, landscaping, signage, banner poles, tree planting and utility box wraps.
There are 262 businesses found along Lundy’s Lane.
This move follows recent major improvements by the City of Niagara Falls and the area B.I.A.’s along Victoria Avenue near Clifton Hill.