State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds
In response to the on-going COVID-19 Pandemic, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) was signed into law on March 11, 2021 and established the Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund and Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Funds, which together make up the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds ("SLFRF") program. This program is intended to provide support to State, territorial, local, and Tribal governments in responding to the economic and public health impacts of COVID-19 and in their efforts to contain impacts on their communities, residents, and businesses.
Marion County was directly allocated $67,559,569 for the SLFRF program and is required to comply with the U.S. Department of Treasury federal requirements as noted below under additional federal resources. All required reports and approved projects will be posted to this site.
Recovery Plan Performance Reports
Initial Recovery Plan Performance Report - August 31, 2021
Recovery Plan Performance Report - June 30, 2022
Recovery Plan Performance Report - June 30, 2023
Marion County is required to comply with the following U.S. Department of Treasury federal guidelines.
Final Rule Effective April 1, 2022.
SLFRF Compliance and Reporting Guidance
Project and Expenditure Report User Guide
SLFRF - Final Rule FAQ's
ARPA Awards are also
required to comply with the Office of Management and Budget Uniform Guidance
for Federal Awards.
2 CFR 200 Uniform Guidance
Marion County Training and Forms for Subrecipients
Disbursement and Reporting Requirements
Allowable Activities and Procurement
Exhibit G - Disbursement Request Form
ARPA Amendment and Budget Adjustment Request Form
ARPA FAQs (updated 6/15/23)
If you have questions regarding State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds, please email our team at