St. Johns County
american rescue plan ACT

St. Johns County
american rescue plan ACT of 2021


ARPA FAQs

How much is included in the American Rescue Plan Act?
Approximately $1.9 trillion, of that, the state of Florida received approximately $195 billion.

How much funding is St. Johns County receiving from ARPA?
St. Johns County is estimated to receive $51.3 million.

What determines how much funding a county receives?
Funding is allocated based on the county's population.

What's the deadline to spend ARPA funds?
December 31, 2026.

What does the act include?
This act includes direct relief to states, counties, cities, and towns as well as public utilities, libraries, and transit agencies.

How can local governments spend the money?
Funds can be used by local governments to respond to the public health emergency caused by COVID-19, replacement of public sector revenue loss, water and sewer infrastructure, equity-focused services, address negative economic impacts, provide premium pay for first responders, and broadband infrastructure.

Are there any restrictions on the funding?
Funding cannot be used to make any pension fund payments, to pay any debts, nor to build vertical structures.

EXTERIOR IMPROVEMENT GRANT PROGRAM FAQs

Questions about the Exterior Improvement Grant Program?
Visit the Exterior Improvement Grant FAQ page.

 

For More information

For additional information regarding St. Johns County American Rescue Plan Act, please email SJCARPA@sjcfl.us.