Since President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law over one year ago, his Administration has hit the ground running to deliver investments that change people’s lives for the better and get America moving again. Already, over $195 billion has been announced and is headed to states, Tribes, territories, and local governments. In addition, there is billions more in funding available today through competitive programs.
The Biden Administration is committed to making these opportunities accessible and transparent, so communities across America know what to apply for, who to contact, and how to get ready to rebuild.
New Infrastructure Grants Coming Soon
Our infrastructure team at the White House has just released a new summary of all the infrastructure grants coming soon, and I hope that every city, town and village will take a minute to review it and see what their infrastructure grant opportunity might be.
It highlights funding opportunities that communities can apply for today, along with a calendar for funding opportunities across 2023. The list includes information on the program, the deadline for applying, and a link to the application, where applicable.
Follow Infrastructure Funding Going to Your State
We also have updated the State Bipartisan Infrastructure Law factsheets that show a state-by-state look at both delivered and anticipated funding by category over the five year of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. For cities, your state outlook is important because many of the infrastructure dollars are flowing to your state for further planning and distribution. We hope these state factsheets give you detailed information so you can work with your state and regional partners to use these infrastructure funds in addition to applying directly to all the programs available to local governments.
- American Samoa
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Northern Mariana Islands
- Puerto Rico
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Tribal Fact Sheet
- US Virgin Islands
- West Virginia
For more information on the full set of programs in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, including upcoming milestones, visit build.gov.
About the Author
Ryan Berni is the Senior Advisor for Infrastructure Implementation at the White House.