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  • State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds

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    State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds

    • FULL NACo ANALYSIS
    • Committee Bill Text
    • Committee One Page Overview
    • County-by-county Allocation Estimates
    • Advocacy Packet

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    Find your county's estimated allocation below, and utilize our press release template to call for bipartisan coronavirus relief that includes direct aid to state and local governments on the front lines.

    • Press Release Template

    On Saturday February 27, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds legislation, part of the American Rescue Plan Act. The bill, now in the Senate, includes $350 billion in critical aid to state, local and territorial governments. The measure outlines that states, along with the District of Columbia, would receive about $195 billion, distributed mostly upon each state’s share of unemployed workers. Local governments would receive about $130 billion, split evenly between cities and counties, resulting in a direct county allocation based on population of $65.1 billion dollars. Tribal governments would receive $20 billion and U.S. territories would receive $4.5 billion.

    The U.S. Department of Treasury would oversee and administer these payments to state and local governments, and every county would receive a direct allocation from Treasury. Once an eligible entity provides a certification on the use or needs of funds to the U.S. Treasury, the agency is required to make the payment within 60-days. These funds are available until they are expended by the recipient.

    The table below contains projected allocations for counties from the U.S. Treasury, if the proposal is signed into law. The values are informed by the House Oversight Committee and the Congressional Research Service (CRS). The estimates are not official values from the U.S. Treasury and are subject to change.

    Access NACo's analysis of the latest COVID-19 federal relief bill, including county-level allocation estimates, and take action to support direct investments in counties of all sizes.
    2021-02-10
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