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American Rescue Plan

The American Rescue Plan delivers at least $4 billion of assistance for West Virginia to rebuild from the health and economic crises suffered during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
$678 million in funding will go directly to West Virginia's cities and counties, to be administered by local governments. In addition to coronavirus-related expenses, this direct funding can be used for infrastructure projects - including water, sewer, and broadband internet projects.
This is the first time that cities and counties will get direct relief funding from the federal government. This investment will allow our communities to reinvest in critical services like police, fire and EMS which have been so critical during the pandemic, and take on critical infrastructure projects that will create jobs and improve West Virginians' quality of life.

American Rescue Plan Guidance by Treasury

Fiscal Recovery Funds FAQ

US Treasury Fiscal Recovery Funds Flyer

For more information, or to ask questions about the American Rescue Plan, contact Emily Hammond, Economic Resiliency Coordinator at emily@wvregion3.org

Regional Intergovernmental Council
315 D Street, South Charleston, WV 25303
Phone: 304.744.4258