ARPA - American Rescue Plan Funding

Spending Plan

City Council unanimously approved an updated spending plan for the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds allocated to Boulder City on July 12, 2022. Click the links below for details.

Accounting of ARPA Expenses 

From March 2022:

Boulder City is the recipient of $21.7 million from the American Rescue Plan Act. This one-time funding is meant to help communities recover from the COVID pandemic. There are two pots of money:

  • $10,886,895 (first tranche) received in 2021;
  • $10,886,895 to be sent in Spring of 2022.

$11,773,790 must be spent on ARPA-approved expenditures (e.g. water/wastewater infrastructure, pandemic response, supporting non-profits, small businesses, premium pay, etc.)

$10,000,000 under the streamlined revenue loss provision may be spent in any way.

Learn more by watching the City Council Presentation and Discussion on ARPA from February 23, 2022 below:

How would you like the money spent?

Are there ways you would like to see the funds spent? Clearly, there are limitations on the ARPA-approved expenditures. But if you had $21 million to spend to make Boulder City better, what would you suggest? Boulder City received more than 200 surveys and ideas from the public this Spring. 

The Power Point Presentation from the Town Hall Discussion can be found here.

ARPA Town Hall Discussion - 5.17.2022

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    Taylour Tedder, CEcD 

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