The historic American Rescue Plan Act was signed into law on March 12th, delivering $65 billion of direct and flexible aid to America’s cities, towns and villages. After a year of advocacy, the National League of Cities is proud to be a part of this historic victory that will provide much needed relief for local communities across the nation.

The allocations indicated below are the most current provided by the U.S. Treasury Department as of May 13, 2021. U.S. Department of Treasury has only released final allocations for “metropolitan cities” thus far. NLC will share allocations for “non-entitlement units” as they become available. 

DISCLAIMER: The information contained here is not legal advice. It will be subject to change based on updates from the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and any recipients should confirm applicability to their specific situation.

Helpful Links

Allocation Methodology for Metropolitan Cities

Allocation Methodology for None-Entitlement Units

Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Fact Sheet

Do you have questions on ARP implementation?

NLC will continue to support cities, towns and villages on the implementation of these funds with resources and technical assistance. NLC is working with the Department of the Treasury to address the details and provide guidance to municipalities, but we need your help. Send us any questions you have on ARP.