American Rescue Plan Act Public Survey
The City of Laurel has been allocated $21.4 million through the American Rescue Plan Act, known as ARPA. The purpose of these funds is to help communities respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, address economic fallout, and lay the foundation for a strong and equitable recovery.

The U.S. Treasury released guidance on how these funds can be used to respond to immediate public health and financial stability needs, revenue shortfalls, and support households, workers, and businesses that were hit the hardest by the pandemic.

The City is seeking public input on how the ARPA funds should be spent in our community. Please review the the U.S. Treasury's summary of eligible uses before sharing your ideas.
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Are you a resident of Laurel, Maryland *
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Please rank the priorities in order of importance, from most important to least important. *
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Address economic disparities in households
Address physical and mental health disparities in households
Bolster non-profits and social service agencies
Disaster and severe weather preparedness and pollution mitigation
Expand broadband access and affordability
Replace lost government revenue and resort delayed projects and services
Support BIPOC, women-owned, and veteran small business
Support tourism and entertainment industry
Please share specific suggestion that fall under the accepted uses of ARPA funds.
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