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American Rescue Plan Resource Hub

Signed into law by President Biden on March 11, 2021, the American Rescue Plan (ARP) allocates $1.9 trillion to COVID-19 relief and economic recovery. Cities in Oregon will directly receive more than $680 million. These funds will be provided over two distributions, the first taking place shortly following the official passage of the ARP, and the second in 2022.  Funds will be available through Dec. 31, 2024.

New - U.S. Treasury Publishes Step-by-Step Process for Cities to Receive ARP Funds
As soon as possible, cities should ensure they have a valid DUNS number, an active SAM registration, and gather payment information.

By the Numbers:

  • State of Oregon total = $4.2 billion
  • State of Oregon = $2.6 billion
  • Metro cities (CDBG entitlement cities) = $437.7 million
  • Other cities = $242.9 million
  • Counties = $818 million
  • Capitol Projects (State) = $155 million

Questions? Contact Mark Gharst, Lobbyist - mgharst@orcities.org or 503-991-2192