American Rescue Plan Newsletters

Each newsletter below shines a spotlight on ARP-funded projects:

ARP Newsletter 7: Connected Parks, Broadband, Data Dashboards

This issue focuses on technology-related projects within the priority area Healthy Louisville/Healthy Neighborhoods, which received $64.4 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding. These projects strengthen the connections between communities and, thanks to the work of Senior Data Analyst Oreoluwa Adebayo, increase the public's access to ARP project data. Published: May 6, 2024

ARP Newsletter 6: Reversing Redlining, Down Payment Assistance, Home Repair

This issue focuses on the priority area Homelessness/Affordable Housing, which received $119.28 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding. The projects in this area help increase residents' opportunities to purchase their first home and ensure that current homeowners can make critical repairs to stay housed. Two agencies, Housing and Community Development and the Office of Resilience and Community Services, have been leading the fight. Published: April 2, 2024

ARP Newsletter 5: Healthy Neighborhoods

This issue focuses on the priority area Healthy Louisville/Healthy Neighborhoods, which received $64.4 million in American Rescue Plan (ARP) funding. The projects in this area cover a broad range of subjects like parks, libraries, broadband, and early learning. The Project Spotlight section features Lead Free Louisville as well as Early Learning Playgrounds. Published: March 6, 2024

ARP Newsletter 4: Public Health

This issue focuses on the priority area Public Health Contingencies, which received $36.5 million in ARP funding. Projects focused mostly on COVID-19 response and mitigation as well as the current and future mental, physical, and emotional health of the city to better ensure quality care for all citizens of Louisville/Jefferson County. Published: January 5, 2024

ARP Newsletter 3: Parks

This issue focuses on parks as part of the Healthy Louisville/Healthy Neighborhoods priority area. The Metro Park's improvements include Berrytown Park, Chickasaw Park, Elliott Park, and Iroquois Park. The Algonquin and Camp Taylor swimming pools are also being renovated, along with the Baxter Community Center and an adjacent replacement park. Published: November 9, 2023

ARP Newsletter 2: Libraries

This issue focuses on libraries, including Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, as part of the Healthy Louisville/Healthy Neighborhoods priority area, which has received $63.3 million in ARP funds. More than $14.6 million is being invested in several Louisville libraries including the Main Library, Fern Creek Library, Parkland Library, and Portland Library. Published: September 15, 2023

ARP Newsletter 1: Homelessness and Affordable Housing

Louisville Accelerator's inaugural newsletter focuses on the Homelessness and Affordable Housing priority area. Learn how the city of Louisville is utilizing federal American Rescue Plan funds to support our community during these challenging times. Published: June 29, 2023


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