American Rescue Plan Resources

We have provided and regularly updated links and documents below that may inform local and tribal governments, nonprofits, and others about programs or processes related to and resulting from the ARP.

There are similar clearinghouses of information that exist at the national level, which we’ve provided, and that may be helpful for different sectors. There’s program specific information from federal and state partners, and there’s guidance for the practical management for ARP funds.

Lost Revenue

Unlike the CARES Act funding that local governments received in 2020, ARPA funding can be used to replace lost revenue.   There’s a methodology for determining what this amount should be and we’ve created a worksheet you can use for this calculation.

Keep up with all things ARPA

Who’s saying what about when, how much, and how funds will be distributed

Treasury Guidance

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

This Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will rebuild America’s roads, bridges and rails, expand access to clean drinking water, ensure every American has access to high-speed internet, tackle the climate crisis, advance environmental justice, and invest in communities that have too often been left behind. The legislation will help ease inflationary pressures and strengthen supply chains by making long overdue improvements for our nation’s ports, airports, rail, and roads. It will drive the creation of good-paying union jobs and grow the economy sustainably and equitably so that everyone gets ahead for decades to come. Combined with the President’s Build Back Framework, it will add on average 1.5 million jobs per year for the next 10 years.

  • No more Lead Pipes
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Better Roads and Bridges
  • Investments in Public Transit
  • Upgrade Airports and Ports
  • Investment in Passenger Rail
  • Network of Electric Vehicle Chargers
  • Upgrade Power Infrastructure
  • Resilient Infrastructure
  • Investment in Environmental Remediation

General Resources

Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds

The SLFRF program provides governments across the country with the resources needed to:

  • Fight the pandemic and support families and businesses struggling with its public health and economic impacts
  • Maintain vital public services, even amid declines in revenue resulting from the crisis
  • Build a strong, resilient, and equitable recovery by making investments that support long-term growth and opportunity

Treasury has released the Final Rule for the program, which will take effect on April 1, 2022. Recipients and stakeholders are also encouraged to consult the Overview of the Final Rule, which provides a summary of Final Rule provisions for informational purposes, and to visit the Final Rule section below for more details.

Reporting

If you are unable to log in to Treasury’s State, Local, and Tribal Support portal after establishing your accounts or need technical or other assistance, please send us an email at covidreliefitsupport@treasury.gov for assistance.

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