DATA & RESOURCES

ARP Local Funds Tracker

As part of the American Rescue Plan (ARP), the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (SLFRF) provides unprecedented direct assistance to every community in the US, totaling $130 billion. The SEAP developed this dashboard to collect real-time data tracking how local leaders are planning for and spending SLFRF funds. Our dataset covers cities in five states (AL, MS, GA, NC, WA). In these states, there are roughly 200 cities with population greater than 20,000. To date, SEAP has collected information on 172 of these cities, collectively receiving $3,114 million. 

Our data currently covers 18 cities in Alabama. These cities have a population of more than 20,000 and collectively will receive $414 million in SLFRF funds. Key takeaways for the second-quarter of 2022:

  • Most spending decisions haven’t happened.
  • Spending decisions to date are somewhat limited to the first allocation of funds.
  • Larger cities are further along in their spending decisions.

 

Click here to access the full Alabama second-quarter report.

Our data currently covers 46 cities in Georgia. These cities have a population of more than 20,000 and collectively will receive $795 million in SLFRF funds. Key takeaways for the second-quarter of 2022:

  • Spending decisions in GA are accelerating.
  • Spending decisions in GA are not limited to the first half of funds.
  • Large cities are further along in their spending decisions.

 

Click here to access the full Georgia second-quarter report.

Our data currently covers 12 cities in Mississippi. These cities have a population of more than 20,000 and collectively will receive $101 million in SLFRF funds. MS Key takeaways for the second-quarter of 2022:

  • Most spending decisions haven’t happened.
  • Spending decisions are not limited to the first half of funds.
  • Comparisons between larger and smaller cities are less clear.

 

Click here to access the full Mississippi second-quarter report.

Our data currently covers 44 cities in North Carolina. These cities have a population of more than 20,000 and collectively will receive $851 million in SLFRF funds. Key takeaways for the second-quarter of 2022:

  • Most spending decisions haven’t happened.
  • Nearly all spending decisions are limited to the first half of funds.
  • In North Carolina, smaller cities are catching up with larger cities on spending decisions.

 

Click here to access the full North Carolina second-quarter report.

Our data currently covers 52 cities in Washington. These cities have a population of more than 20,000 and collectively will receive $954 million in SLFRF funds. Key takeaways for the second-quarter of 2022:

  • Spending decisions in WA are accelerating.
  • Most spending decisions so far are limited to the first allocation of funds.
  • Large cities are further along in their spending decisions.

 

Click here to access the full Washington second-quarter report.