Walker County’s Parrish is getting a face lift in the form of repaved roads.Parrish received a grant for a paving project for some of the city’s streets. Parrish Mayor Heather Hall said the city will receive a $350,000 grant for the paving process. This is Parrish’s first grant in nearly 10 years, and some of the roads are in desperate need of repair, Hall said.“Some of these potholes, we’ll go and the town will fill them with some red rock or coal mix or something like that,” said Hall. “But some of these potholes are over 2 feet deep and probably 3 feet across. These are massive potholes. That makes it very dangerous to drive down those roads for people and for your car.”Hall said residents who live on roads that are not being repaved yet will have to be patient, but the city will be applying for the grant again in a couple years.