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Economic Recovery

Sonoma County Economic Recovery

Welcome to the Sonoma County Economic Recovery website. This site provides information about how funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) is impacting communities across the County of Sonoma. Our commitment is to provide as much information as possible so you can see first-hand how the federal recovery plan is being implemented and its impacts on the County government.

What’s New

Press Release: County Tops State in New Energy Funding

Funding

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) provides both formula and competitive grant funding sources. The amount of formula funding County governments will receive is based on statutory formulas which will be applied to the increased funding available through ARRA. Competitive grant funds will be awarded based on an application process.

The County of Sonoma is primarily focusing its efforts on identifying opportunities for which it is eligible to apply for competitive grant funds.

For detailed information on each of these funding areas, click the appropriate link below.

Funding Areas for Sonoma County Economic Recovery
Funding Area Formula Competitive
Grant
Jobs Created
or Retained*
Employment Services $4,073,200 $7,152,272 666.85
Human Services $1,615,680 $83,000 7.00
Housing & Community Development $3,217,309 $TBD 9.95
Transportation & Natural Resources $6,346,000 $4,212,765 20.95
Public Safety $279,090 $TBD 0.00
Energy & Water Conservation $1,981,200 $3,736,941 TBD
Health Services $595,000 $TBD TBD
Subtotal $18,107,479 $15,184,978 704.75
Grand Total $33,292,457 704.75
*
According to guidelines established by the Office of Management and Budget: a created or retained job should be reported in terms of a “full time equivalent” (FTE) position. An FTE is defined as the hours worked by an individual, compared with the total number of hours in a full-time schedule for that position.

For example: an individual who works 208 hours in a position where the full-time schedule is 2,080 hours per year, would be reported as 0.1 FTE.

$TBD
Amount To Be Determined: Sonoma County continues to explore funding eligibility requirements and award opportunities. To date, no funds have been awarded.
TBD
To Be Determined: To date, no jobs have been created or retained.

California Economic Recovery: recovery.ca.govFederal Economic Recovery: recovery.gov