Routes to Recovery: Local Government Aid Grants
Wisconsin's local governments are on the front-lines of supporting their communities through the COVID-19 health crisis and into economic recovery. The “Routes to Recovery: Local Government Aid Grants" are aimed at helping our local government partners address some of their most urgent and unique COVID-19 recovery needs. Administered by the Department of Administration (DOA), Routes to Recovery Grants will be allocated to every Wisconsin county, city, village, town, and federally recognized tribe.
The effort is funded by $200 million in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act dollars.
For more information regarding the Routes to Recovery Grants, including the allocation amounts for counties and local units of government, please visit the links below.
Routes to Recovery Infographic
Routes to Recovery County Allocations
Routes to Recovery Local Government Allocations
Routes to Recovery Operational Information
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