ARPA Community Needs Survey
From the City of St. Louis website:
On April 2nd, the City of St. Louis released a digital survey for residents to weigh in on their priorities for how elected leaders should allocate the remaining $250 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding heading to the city. The administration is also planning town halls, roundtables, and drop-in discussions with community leaders and stakeholders to hear directly from St. Louisans what they’re looking for in this once-in-a-generation opportunity to reinvest in our city.
The survey is broken into seven main categories:
- Household assistance
- Neighborhood transformation
- Economic empowerment
- Government services
- Support for children and youth
- Public health
- Infrastructure improvements.
All funding must be used in line with US Treasury Guidelines.
To answer the survey, visit https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/mayor/initiatives/arpa-community-needs-survey.cfm