State and Local Funding in the American Rescue Plan

How the American Rescue Plan Helps Local Governments

  • The American Rescue Plan allocates $350 billion for the creation of new State and Local Coronavirus Relief Fund to provide critical support to state, local, tribal, and territorial governments.
  • By replacing lost and decreased state and local revenue, these funds will help state and local governments keep first responders, frontline health workers, and other essential service providers on the job safe; continue to roll out vaccines; and start to rebuild and support small businesses hurt by this pandemic.

Funding Allocated to California's Fifth District (Estimated)

  • The State of California will receive $26.2 billion.
  • Contra Costa County and its cities will receive $241.4 million.
    • Contra Costa County - $226 million
    • City of Hercules - $4,730,540
    • City of Martinez - $7,095,902
    • City of Pinole - $3,569,570
  • Lake County and its cities will receive $13.9 million.
    • Lake County - $13 million
    • City of Lakeport - $912,072
  • Napa County and its cities will receive $47.4 million.
    • Napa County - $27 million
    • City of American Canyon - $3,761,925
    • City of Calistoga - $983,396
    • City of Napa - $14 million
    • City of St. Helena - $1,136,763
    • Town of Yountville - $551,012
  • Solano County and its cities will receive $117.2 million.
    • Solano County - $88 million
    • City of Benicia - $5,230,368
    • City of Vallejo - $24 million
  • Sonoma County and its cities will receive $142.6 million.
    • Sonoma County - $97 million
    • City of Cotati - $1,404,139
    • City of Rohnert Park - $8,084,657
    • City of Santa Rosa - $34 million
    • City of Sonoma - $2,078,400