State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds

The Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF) program authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act, delivers $350 billion to state, territorial, local, and Tribal governments across the country to support their response to and recovery from the COVID-19 public health emergency.

Through SLFRF, over 30,000 recipient governments across the country are investing these funds to address the unique needs of their local communities and create a stronger national economy by using these essential funds 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

RECIPIENTS GOVERNMENTS MAY USE SLFRF TO:

  • Replace lost public sector revenue
  • Respond to the far-reaching public health and negative economic impacts of the pandemic
  • Provide premium pay for essential workers
  • Invest in water, sewer, and broadband infrastructure
  • Provide emergency relief from natural disasters or their negative economic impacts
  • Support surface transportation projects, utilizing funds for eligible projects through three pathways
  • Support Title I projects that are eligible activities under the Community Development Block Grant and Indian Community Development Block Grant programs
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Program recipients with questions about reporting, technical issues, eligible uses of funds, or other items visit the self-service resources.

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