Montgomery County Recovery Office
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania is pleased to announce the creation of a Recovery Office to manage funds received through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The County is committed to utilizing the $161 million it will receive through this act in a bold, innovative, equitable manner. By listening to our residents, community partners, researching best practices and leveraging other resources, we will create impactful initiatives, investments and infrastructure improvements that will have long-term, measurable and sustainable impact.
We are committed to our economic recovery, supporting our social safety net, and repairing and improving our county infrastructure. The public will be able to follow our initiatives and expenditures through the OpenGov platform, to see how these programs are developed and how these investments will provide a positive impact to our County.
This office will enable us to use this funding thoughtfully and with input from all our stakeholders. There will be many opportunities for public input and dialogue on this plan. This office is designed to manage County projects funded through this act as well as handle any additional funding received from Federal or State sources for the County’s recovery.
Please continue to visit this webpage for updates. We will post new information, ways to participate in discussions about this funding, and all expenditures.
If you would like to provide feedback regarding the ARPA funds or sign-up for future updates, please complete the form below or click here to launch the form in a new window.
FEEDBACK REsults - What should the county focus on?
Results updated: October 4, 2021. Total Responses: 129
AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT (ARPA) FUNDING
CARES ACT FUNDING
|Economic and Community Assistance||$59.3 Million|
|Emergency Response and Public Health||$28.0 Million|
|County Operations||$50.3 Million|