American Rescue Plan Funds distributed in MN and by County (in MN)

National Association of Counties (NACo) reports

the State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds legislation, part of the American Rescue Plan Act, was signed into law by President Biden on March 11. The bill includes $65.1 billion in direct, flexible aid to every county in America, as well as other crucial investments in local communities, including $1.5 billion over two years for public lands counties.

The U.S. Department of the Treasury would oversee and administer these payments to state and local governments, and every county would be eligible to receive a direct allocation from Treasury. Municipalities and counties would now receive funds in two tranches – with 50 percent this year and the remaining 50 percent no earlier than 12 months from the first payment. The U.S. Treasury is required to pay first tranche to counties not later than 60-days after enactment, and second payment no earlier than 12 months after the first payment.

The table below contains projected allocations for counties from the U.S. Treasury. The values are informed by the House of Representatives and the Congressional Research Service (CRS). The estimates are not official values from the U.S. Treasury and are subject to change.

Below are the counties in Minnesota

Minnesota $1,109,493,629
Aitkin County $3,080,992
Anoka County $69,222,630
Becker County $6,676,129
Beltrami County $9,151,822
Benton County $7,930,170
Big Stone County $967,974
Blue Earth County $13,120,883
Brown County $4,850,148
Carlton County $6,956,960
Carver County $20,381,364
Cass County $5,775,454
Chippewa County $2,288,537
Chisago County $10,973,149
Clay County $12,455,461
Clearwater County $1,710,197
Cook County $1,059,515
Cottonwood County $2,171,395
Crow Wing County $12,617,017
Dakota County $83,205,981
Dodge County $4,060,020
Douglas County $7,397,212
Faribault County $2,647,915
Fillmore County $4,085,815
Freeborn County $5,872,813
Goodhue County $8,987,358
Grant County $1,158,233
Hennepin County $245,502,455
Houston County $3,607,355
Hubbard County $4,168,047
Isanti County $7,873,344
Itasca County $8,752,686
Jackson County $1,909,571
Kanabec County $3,168,461
Kandiyohi County $8,378,180
Kittson County $833,571
Koochiching County $2,371,739
Lac qui Parle County $1,284,490
Lake County $2,063,756
Lake of the Woods County $725,350
Le Sueur County $5,602,456
Lincoln County $1,093,649
Lyon County $4,940,525
Mahnomen County $1,071,928
Marshall County $1,810,660
Martin County $3,817,397
McLeod County $6,961,226
Meeker County $4,503,764
Mille Lacs County $5,096,262
Morrison County $6,475,009
Mower County $7,769,778
Murray County $1,589,176
Nicollet County $6,647,231
Nobles County $4,194,811
Norman County $1,236,392
Olmsted County $30,699,953
Otter Tail County $11,393,425
Pennington County $2,738,293
Pine County $5,736,665
Pipestone County $1,769,932
Polk County $6,082,855
Pope County $2,181,674
Ramsey County $106,731,369
Red Lake County $786,442
Redwood County $2,942,128
Renville County $2,821,495
Rice County $12,988,807
Rock County $1,806,587
Roseau County $2,941,158
Scott County $28,900,154
Sherburne County $18,858,711
Sibley County $2,882,975
St. Louis County $54,330,132
Stearns County $31,239,504
Steele County $7,107,848
Stevens County $1,901,619
Swift County $1,797,084
Todd County $4,783,431
Traverse County $632,063
Wabasha County $4,194,423
Wadena County $2,653,540
Waseca County $3,609,683
Washington County $50,898,622
Watonwan County $2,113,406
Wilkin County $1,203,809
Winona County $9,791,061
Wright County $26,837,367
Yellow Medicine County $1,883,001

 

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About Ann Treacy

Librarian who follows rural broadband in MN and good uses of new technology (blandinonbroadband.org), hosts a radio show on MN music (mostlyminnesota.com), supports people experiencing homelessness in Minnesota (elimstrongtowershelters.org) and helps with social justice issues through Women’s March MN.

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