American Rescue Plan Funding

Webster Groves Authorized ARP Plans

Program Amount Status
City WiFi $111,000 Appropriated
Bicycle/Pedestrian/Traffic-Calming Improvements $100,000 Appropriated
Business Development Fund $100,000 Appropriated
Low-Income Seniors Utility Tax Rebate $50,000 Appropriated
Electric Vehicles (4) $192,140 Appropriated
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations $146,000 Appropriated
Solar Roofs (2) $200,000 Appropriated
Sustainability Initiative $100,000 Appropriated
Energy Efficient Window Replacement $165,000 Appropriated
City Technology Upgrades $367,000 Appropriated
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Funding $50,000 Appropriated
Ladder Truck Replacement - Fire Department $550,000 Appropriated
Revenue Replacement  $771,450.50 Appropriated

ARP Fund Totals

Planned Unallocated
$2,900,450.50 $1,701,954.46
Key
Appropriated - Programs or Costs approved by the City Council.
Planned - Programs or Costs designated by the City Council but not yet approved.
Unallocated - Funds not yet planned or appropriated.

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Access State of Missouri ARP Funds

Webster Groves Small Businesses and Non-Profits are encouraged to apply to the State of Missouri for business and non-profit grant programs. The state has created a full online application and clearinghouse for accessing ARP dollars. 

About the ARP

The American Rescue Plan was passed by Congress and President Biden in early 2021 and provided major direct and flexible financial aid to local governments, such as the City of Webster Groves, to offset inreased cost, lost revenues, and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The City of Webster Groves will receive $4,604,544.96 in two payments to dedicate towards the eligible uses of the funds under the federal law. The first payment of $2,302,272.48 was received on September 17, 2021. Funds must be allocated by the end of calendar year 2024.

If you have comments or suggestions, please contact the Director of Finance & Administration or the Mayor and City Council.