WINDSOR, Conn. – The ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) grant funds are an important source of financial assistance for small communities in the United States. These funds are part of the federal government’s efforts to provide economic relief to communities that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Small communities often have limited resources and may struggle to secure funding through other means. The ARPA grant funds can provide much-needed financial support to help them recover from the economic downturn caused by the pandemic. These funds can be used to support a range of community needs, including small business assistance, public health initiatives, and infrastructure improvements.
With the increasing demand for funding and resources, acquiring grant funding plays a crucial role in securing financial support for municipalities and organizations that work towards making a positive impact in their communities.
Last year, TRC successfully assisted local municipalities in North Carolina, acquiring ARPA grant funding for 17 Water and Sewer projects with budgets totaling over $11 Million. These projects are for small towns and municipalities who qualified for earmarked funding from the State for water and sewer upgrades and/or repairs.
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TRC’s familiarity with funding programs and relationships with funding agencies has enhanced our success in preparing funding applications and meeting program requirements.