- NACo Analysis of Treasury Interim Final Rule
- Treasury Guidance
- Treasury FAQs
- NACo Recovery Fund FAQs
- NACo Resource Page on Revenue Loss Formula
- County-by-County Allocations
- NACo Letter to Treasury on Recovery Fund Implementation
- NACo Analysis of the American Rescue Plan Act
- American Rescue Plan Act Funding Breakdown
On May 10, the U.S. Department of Treasury released guidance on the State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Fund (Recovery Fund), part of the American Rescue Plan Act. The bill includes $65.1 billion in direct, flexible aid to every county in America, as well as other crucial investments in local communities. Additionally, the U.S. Treasury opened the new portal that counties must complete to receive Fiscal Recovery Funds.
In a major victory for America's counties, the State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds legislation, part of the American Rescue Plan Act, was signed into law by President Biden on March 11. The bill includes $65.1 billion in direct, flexible aid to every county in America, as well as other crucial investments in local communities, including $1.5 billion over two years for public lands counties.
The map and table below contains official values from the U.S. Treasury that counties will receive under the American Rescue Plan.
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*City/county consolidations are eligible to receive funds from both the county $65.1 B and the city $65.1 B allocation. City allocation estimates produced by the Congressional Research Services.
**Washington, D.C. is eligible to receive funds from county, city and state allocations as well as a “make-up” allocation to supplement funds not received in the CARES Act.Standard