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ARPA Reporting

How The County Uses The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF)

ARPA Expenses

As of July 31, 2021, the County has not expended ARPA-SLFRF funds. A summary of expenses by US Treasury expenses categories will be updated here on a quarterly basis as the County submits expense reports to the US Treasury.

Example of Summary Chart:

Category Cumulative expenditures to date ($)
1 - Expenditure Category: Public Health
1.1 - COVID-19 Vaccination
1.2 - COVID-19 Testing
1.3 - COVID-19 Contact Tracing
1.4 - Prevention in Congregate Settings (Nursing Homes, Prisons/Jails, Dense Work Sites, Schools, etc.)
1.5 - Personal Protective Equipment
1.6 - Medical Expenses (including Alternative Care Facilities)
1.7 - Capital Investments or Physical Plant Changes to Public Facilities that respond to the COVID-19 public health emergency
1.8 - Other COVID-19 Public Health Expenses (including Communications, Enforcement, Isolation/Quarantine)
1.9 - Payroll Costs for Public Health, Safety, and Other Public Sector Staff Responding to COVID-19
1.1 - Mental Health Services
1.11 - Substance Use Services
1.12 - Other Public Health Services
2 - Expenditure Category: Negative Economic Impacts
2.1 - Household Assistance: Food Programs
2.2 - Household Assistance: Rent, Mortgage, and Utility Aid
2.3 - Household Assistance: Cash Transfers
2.4 - Household Assistance: Internet Access Programs
2.5 - Household Assistance: Eviction Prevention
2.6 - Unemployment Benefits or Cash Assistance to Unemployed Workers
2.7 - Job Training Assistance (e.g., Sectoral job-training, Subsidized Employment, Employment Supports or Incentives)
2.8 - Contributions to UI Trust Funds*
2.9 - Small Business Economic Assistance (General)
2.1 - Aid to nonprofit organizations
2.11 - Aid to Tourism, Travel, or Hospitality
2.12 - Aid to Other Impacted Industries
2.13 - Other Economic Support
2.14 - Rehiring Public Sector Staff
3 - Expenditure Category: Services to Disproportionately Impacted Communities
3.1 - Education Assistance: Early Learning
3.2 - Education Assistance: Aid to High-Poverty Districts
3.3 - Education Assistance: Academic Services
3.4 - Education Assistance: Social, Emotional, and Mental Health Services
3.5 - Education Assistance: Other
3.6 - Healthy Childhood Environments: Child Care
3.7 - Healthy Childhood Environments: Home Visiting
3.8 - Healthy Childhood Environments: Services to Foster Youth or Families Involved in Child Welfare System
3.9. - Healthy Childhood Environments: Other
3.10 - Housing Support: Affordable Housing
3.11 - Housing Support: Services for Unhoused persons
3.12 - Housing Support: Other Housing Assistance
3.13 - Social Determinants of Health: Other
3.14 - Social Determinants of Health: Community Health Workers or Benefits Navigators
3.15 - Social Determinants of Health: Lead Remediation
3.16 - Social Determinants of Health: Community Violence Interventions
4 - Expenditure Category: Premium Pay
4.1 - Public Sector Employees
4.2 - Private Sector: Grants to other employers
5 - Expenditure Category: Infrastructure
5.1 - Clean Water: Centralized wastewater treatment
5.2 - Clean Water: Centralized wastewater collection and conveyance
5.3 - Clean Water: Decentralized wastewater
5.4 - Clean Water: Combined sewer overflows
5.5 - Clean Water: Other sewer infrastructure
5.6 - Clean Water: Stormwater
5.7 - Clean Water: Energy conservation
5.8 - Clean Water: Water conservation
5.9 - Clean Water: Nonpoint source
5.10 - Drinking water: Treatment
5.11 - Drinking water: Transmission & distribution
5.12 - Drinking water: Transmission & distribution: lead remediation
5.13 - Drinking water: Source
5.14 - Drinking water: Storage
5.15 - Drinking water: Other water infrastructure
5.16 - Broadband: “Last Mile” projects
5.17 - Broadband: Other projects
6 - Expenditure Category: Revenue Replacement
6.1 - Provision of Government Services
7 - Administrative and Other
7.1 - Administrative Expenses
7.2 - Evaluation and data analysis
7.3 - Transfers to Other Units of Government

Project Inventory

The County will add Project Inventory details once submissions have been evaluated and approved by County Board of Supervisors.

Reports submitted to US Treasury

Annual Reports

Sonoma County ARPA-SLFRF Recovery Plan & Performance Report June 30, 2022

Sonoma County ARPA-SLFRF Recovery Plan August 31, 2021

Quarterly Expense Reports

ARPA Quarterly Project & Expenditures Report April – June 2022

ARPA Quarterly Project & Expenditures Report January – March 2022

ARPA Quarterly Project & Expenditures Report March – December 2021

ARPA Interim Report as of July 31, 2021