(AREA) -- The cities of Croswell and Imlay City will receive grants through the Michigan Strategic Fund for public infrastructure improvements. According to the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, the Downtown Infrastructure Grants program is intended for non-entitlement communities that do not receive funding directly from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. A total of $4.4 million was approved for nine Michigan communities. The city of Croswell will receive $253,000 for streetscape improvements with a $105,875 match. Imlay City will see $479,500 for streetlights and parking improvements. The city must provide a $204,500 match. All of the projects are located in traditional downtowns and must be completed within a year.