Other Minneapolis funding

Other Minneapolis recovery funding

Here you can find information about American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding that is occurring in Minneapolis, but the responsibility for implementation occurs at another agency or private entity. In most cases Minneapolis is a partner in coordination or delivery of the project.

Click on the following categories to see the lists of grants:

Energy & Environment
Health & Human Services
Housing & Urban Development
Jobs & Employment
Transportation

Community Partner

Amount in Recovery Funding*

State of Minnesota

$ 4,920,845,000

Met Council

$ 247,012,000

Transit

$ 70,400,000

Highways

$ 168,000,000

Water/Wastewater

$ 8,400,000

Housing

$ 212,000

Hennepin County

$ 36,797,200

Health and Human Services

$ 21,490,052

Justice

$ 8,002,648

Environment

$ 4,440,600

Housing and Urban Development

$ 1,670,900

Transportation

$ 1,193,000

University of Minnesota

$ 199,445,000

Research

$ 139,400,000

Education/Administration

$ 60,045,000

Minneapolis Public Schools

$ 48,239,522

Corps of Engineers

$ -

MPHA

$ 49,917,472

Capital Fund - Competitive

$ 31,800,000

Capital Fund - Formula

$ 18,117,472

HCMC

$ 1,100,000

*Estimates based on various sources

Energy & Environment

Project Description: South Minneapolis Residential Soil Contamination Site
Relevant City Department: Environmental Services

Federal Agency: EPA
Federal website: http://www.epa.gov/recovery/programs.html
Partner: Regulatory Services
Amount: $10-25 million

Project Description: Trillion BTU program

Government Partner: St. Paul Port Authority; Department of Commerce
City Information: Community Planning and Economic Development
Amount: Up to 75% of survey and retrofit cost provided by Xcel Energy

Health & Human Services

Project Description: Twin Cities Healthy Start Perinatal Services
Relevant City Department: Minneapolis Department of Health & Family Support
Federal Agency: National Institute of Health
Federal website: http://www.nih.gov/recovery/
Amount: $708,726

Project Description: Community Health Centers
Relevant City Department: Minneapolis Department of Health & Family Support

Federal Agency: Human Resources and Services Administration
Federal website: http://bphc.hrsa.gov/recovery/
Amount: $6.296 million

Status: Awarded Project Description: Positive Youth Development

Responsibility for Implementation: Minneapolis Department of Health & Family Support
Federal Agency: Department of Justice
Federal website: http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/BJA/recoveryact.html
Amount: $600,000

Housing & Urban Development

Project Description: Public Housing Improvements – Formula Funds
Relevant Agency: Minneapolis Public Housing Authority
Federal Agency: Housing & Urban Development (HUD)
Federal Web Site: http://portal.hud.gov/portal/page/portal/HUD/#

Amount: $18.117 million

Project Description: Public Housing Improvements – Competitive Funds
Relevant Agency: Minneapolis Public Housing Authority
Federal Agency: Housing & Urban Development (HUD)
Federal website: http://portal.hud.gov/portal/page/portal/HUD/#

Amount: $31.8 million

Project Description: Neighborhood Stabilization Program 2
Relevant City Department: Community Planning and Economic Development
Federal Agency: Housing & Urban Development (HUD)
Federal website: http://portal.hud.gov/portal/page/portal/HUD/#

Amount: $48.180 million

Jobs & Employment

Project Description: Older Americans Employment Assistance
Relevant City Department: Community Planning & Economic Development – Minneapolis Employment and Training Program (METP)

Federal Agency: Department of Labor

Federal website: http://www.doleta.gov/seniors/
Amount: $730,000

Transportation

Project Description : Cedar Lake Bike Trail Connector
Responsibility for Implementation: Hennepin County
Federal Agency: Department of Transportation
Federal website: www.fhwa.dot.gov/economicrecovery/index.htm
Partners: Minneapolis Public Works
Amount: $1.193 million

Project Description: Bryant Avenue Pedestrian Crossing of Minnehaha Creek
Funding Program: Federal Highway Administration grants
Responsibility for Implementation: Minneapolis Park Board
Federal Agency: Department of Transportation
Federal website: www.fhwa.dot.gov/economicrecovery/index.htm
Partners: Minneapolis Public Works
Amount: $382,000

Last updated May 4, 2012