American Rescue Plan

The City of Minneapolis is preparing for federal stimulus funding.

Phase 1: Rescue and Restart

The American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act provides federal funding for pandemic recovery efforts. This includes money for state and local fiscal recovery.

Minneapolis will receive $271 million. We will determine how to spend the money in two phases. 

Phase 1 details

Budget

  • $88 million 

Focus areas

  • Housing instability
  • Small businesses closures and financial stress
  • Business, nonprofit and public organizations preparing for the lifting of social distancing measures
  • Responding to the nationwide increase in violent crime

Budgeting process

  • Subject-matter experts, including our City Staff and City Council, bring recommendations to Mayor
  • Mayor presents a recommended ARP Budget for Phase 1

View the summary of the ARP Mayor's recommendations for details

Get details about the American Rescue Plan

 

 

Phase 2:

The American Rescue Plan (ARP) Act provides federal funding for pandemic recovery efforts. This includes money for state and local fiscal recovery.

Minneapolis will receive $271 million. We will determine how to spend the money in two phases. 

Phase 2 details

Budget

  • $180 million 

Focus areas

  • To be determined

Budgeting process and timeline

  • Summer 2021 - Public engagement process to identify priorities
  • Summer/Fall 2021 - Subject-matter experts, including our City Staff and City Council, bring recommendations to Mayor
  • Fall/Winter 2021 - Mayor presents recommended ARP Budget for Phase 2

Get details about the American Rescue Plan

 

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Phone

612-673-3000

Address

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