American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funds

The City of Jurupa Valley has created this webpage to share the latest information on the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act with our community. The page will be updated with important updates as they become available, so check back often!

About the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), also known as the COVID-19 Stimulus Package, is a $1.9 trillion economic stimulus package signed into law in March 2021. The program is intended to address the economic and health impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The American Rescue Plan Act allocates $350 billion to eligible state, local, territorial, and tribal governments. 

Through ARPA, the City of Jurupa Valley has been allocated $28 million in two equal installments. The first $14 million was received in November 2021 and the final installment is anticipated in November 2022.

ARPA Spending Plan

On August 18, 2022, the Jurupa Valley City Council approved a spending plan for the City’s $28 million allocation from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). 

Funding will be distributed among six key categories:

Roadway Deferred Maintenance & Infrastructure Deficit Improvement Program

$20 million will be allocated to street, curb, gutter and sidewalk improvements, along with a citywide Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) assessment. 

City Facility Pathogen Prevention Improvements

$2.8 million will be used to implement health and safety features in three City facilities, City Hall, Jurupa Valley Operations Center and the Eddie D. Smith Senior Center. This includes replacing current HVAC systems with models equipped with high-efficiency particulate air filters and germicidal features, procuring emergency power back-up generators, implementing touch-free sanitation features in restrooms, and more.

Broadband Grant Match

$2.5 million will be used as a Broadband Grant Match, expanding access to internet services in rural areas of the City.

Housing Crisis Mitigation

$1.2 million will be leveraged to address the ongoing regional housing crisis through affordable housing assistance, services for unhoused individuals, and crisis stabilization units.

Direct Resident Assistance

$1 million will be allocated to direct resident assistance programs.

Local Economic Assistance Program (LEAP)

$0.5 million will be applied towards revenue replacement, job retention, and job creation initiatives aimed at supporting the local economy through business assistance.