American Rescue Plan

We asked for your ideas on how to spend the final $50 million. We are now compiling the results.

Overview

Minneapolis gets a total of $271 million through the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund.

  • This is a section of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
  • The money comes in two installments.
    • The first installment came in May 2021.
    • The second installment comes in May 2022.
  • We can use it to cover costs incurred between March 3, 2021 and December 24, 2024.

See our Recovery Plan Performance Report and other ARPA documents

 

Phase 1

The first round of revenue replacement and program spending was approved in July 2021. The total amount is $102 million. 

Phase 2

The second round of spending will be determined in coordination with the 2022 budget process.

  • The Mayor has recommended using $47 million for revenue replacement in the 2022 and $72 million for revenue replacement in 2023-2024.
  • The City is now deciding how to use the remaining $50 million.

The final $50 million

We plan to use this money to focus on:

  • Housing/homelessness
  • Economic rebuilding
  • Public safety
  • Climate
  • Public health

City staff and elected officials will use your input during the budgeting process.

Read about our city's budgeting process

The survey is closed

Thanks to everyone who completed the survey. It is now closed. We'll share the results soon. 

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Finance & Property Services

Phone

612-673-3000

Address

City Hall
350 S. Fifth St., Room 325M
Minneapolis, MN 55415