American Rescue Plan Act Spending Plans

LA County is using nearly $2 billion in American Rescue Plan funds to help support under-resourced communities and vulnerable residents—and jumpstart a “Better Than Before” recovery for all 10 million LA County residents. The reports and presentations below include details on the County’s ARP spending plans.

Building Back Better Than Before

The American Rescue Plan, signed into law in March 2021, provides $350 billion in funding for state and local governments to build an equitable economic recovery from the devastating economic effects caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Los Angeles County has embarked on a sweeping effort to address longstanding inequities and transform underserved communities that have been hard hit during the pandemic with investments from the American Rescue Plan Act and other funding sources.

This video shows how nearly $2 billion will assist our residents and communities.


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