Cities, towns and villages are winning federal grants to rebuild our nation’s infrastructure due to the historic Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL). Passed by Congress and signed by President Biden on November 15, 2021, this legislation represents a historic opportunity for local access to federal infrastructure funding to rebuild transportation, water, broadband and more. 

The Rebuilding America dashboard is a new resource showing which cities, towns and villages have successfully received direct federal grants from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law as of August 28, 2023. The dashboard contains announced and awarded funding made publicly available by the General Services Administration (GSA). New awards are released by federal agencies on a rolling basis, and there are many opportunities for local governments to apply for available grants

How to Use the Dashboard

Within this interactive tracker, users can select search filters below, such as by location and spending types, or search through the map to find detailed information on city plans for deploying BIL program funds. 

For more information about the data and methodology used for this project, please reference the following methodology document. To download the dataset populating the dashboard, click here

* Please see the bottom of the page for source notes and terms of use. The dashboard includes grants delivered directly to cities or city equivalents. It does not include grants won by cities in collaboration with other entities. The data was last updated on September 14th, 2023, and contains updated project data released by GSA on August 28, 2023, with new announced funding (recent as of August 7, 2023) and awarded funding (recent as of June 30, 2023). Future versions of this tracker will include more information as data is released. 

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Join the 600+ Cities Empowered by the Local Infrastructure Hub to Apply for Federal Infrastructure Funding

In its fourth series, the National League of Cities is launching a new set of free grant-writing “bootcamps” this fall to keep pace with new federal grant opportunities. The bootcamps have already helped 600+ small and mid-sized cities develop competitive federal grant applications, offering peer counseling, office hours, and technical support. The upcoming bootcamps will focus on several grant opportunities available through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, including the Rebuilding Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) grant program, climate action planning, and digital equity. Click here for more info and to register! Registration closes Sept. 29, 2023.

Source Notes & Terms of Use  

The tracker contains announced and awarded funding made publicly available by the General Services Administration (GSA). (2023). Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Maps Dashboard. Retrieved from, [August 8, 2023] 

Population data for municipalities in the fifty states and DC is sourced from the Government Units Survey of the Census of Governments, made publicly available by the US Census Bureau. (2022). Government Organization & Structure Data. Retrieved from, [September 11, 2023] 

Population data for Puerto Rican municipalities is sourced from 2020 estimates made publicly available by the US Census Bureau. (2021). Puerto Rico Municipios Population Total: 2010-2020. Retrieved from, [September 11, 2023] 

For citation please use:  

National League of Cities (2023). Rebuilding America Dashboard. Retrieved from, [ADD DATE OF RETRIEVAL]