American Rescue Plan Act Application


ARPA Background

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) was signed into law on March 11, 2021, and provides $350 billion for eligible state, local, territorial, and Tribal governments to meet pandemic response needs and rebuild a stronger, more equitable economy as the country recovers. Forsyth County was awarded approximately $74 million in ARPA funds of which approximately $56 million is yet to be allocated.

The County opened a public application for local organizations to submit proposals for ARPA funding. To have been considered for funding, proposals must have demonstrated they were an allowable use under ARPA guidance. Please review ARPA guidance documents below for more details on what is allowable.

The first round of Forsyth County applications closed August 27, 2021 at 5pm.


Application Review Process

Forsyth County is currently reviewing submitted applications for funding. Applications will be presented to County Commissioners by the following sub-initiatives: Revenue Loss; Public Health; Arts, Tourism and Small Business; Business Grants; Workforce Development and Education Attainment; Rental, Utility, Finance Assistance & Housing Access; Affordable Housing Development; Broadband and Sewer/Water Infrastructure; and Gun Violence and Crime Prevention.


Application Status

Please see the below PDF for current application status. Application status updates will be available every Monday at 8am starting November 1, 2021.

View the Current Application Status Report


ARPA Reporting

2021 Forsyth County SLFRF Reporting Plan Performance Report