Congressionally Directed Spending Requests FY2023

Member Member State Subcommittee Recipient Project Purpose Project City/County Project State Amount Requested CDS Website Certification Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies St. Croix Valley Food Bank Construction of new food bank serving Western Wisconsin St. Croix, Pierce, Polk and Burnett Counties WI $4,319,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Southwest Health Childcare center construction and equipment Platteville and Richland Center WI $2,585,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies City of Prairie du Chien Construction of Public Safety Center Prairie du Chien WI $4,950,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies College of Menominee Nation Administrative Building on Menominee Indian Reservation Keshena WI $1,425,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies City of Viroqua Construction of new fire station Viroqua WI $5,250,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Laona Rescue Unit Rescue Building Forest County WI $2,093,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Adams County Fire District Fire station generator Adams County WI $34,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies University of Wisconsin-Madison Marshfield Agricultural Research Station Dairy Facilities Marathon County WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Boys & Girls Club of Barron County New building project Rice Lake WI $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Boys & Girls Club of the Tri-County Area Childcare and Teen Employment & Education Center City of Ripon WI $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Sister Bay & Liberty Grove Fire Department Emergency Response Apparatus Replacement Sister Bay WI $900,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies City of Burlington Fire Department Fire truck City of Burlington WI $880,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Friends of the Brandon Public Library Public Library Building Expansion Brandon WI $473,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Lakes Country Public Library Public Library Expansion Lakewood WI $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Village of Oregon New public library Village of Oregon WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Sturgeon Bay Historical Society Agricultural museum and community gathering space Sturgeon Bay WI $3,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Riverwood Nature Center Nature Center Village of Star Prairie WI $950,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Memorial Hospital of Lafayette County Construction of new health care facility Darlington WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College Tribal college infrastructure Hayward WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies City of Monroe Fire truck Monroe WI $825,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Energy and Water Development City of Kenosha Solar Lighting at Kenosha Innovation Neighborhood City of Kenosha WI $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Energy and Water Development City of Madison Solar Project Madison WI $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Fort McCoy The purpose of this project is to construct an open bay, transient training enlisted barracks based on the standard, approved, operational readiness training complext concept Fort McCoy WI $38,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Ft. McCoy To construct an Open Bay, Transient Officer Barracks based on the standard, approved, Operational Readiness Training Complex concept. Fort McCoy WI $26,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers (Civil) Menominee River Deepening Marinette WI $1,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Energy and Water Development South Central Library System Solar panel installation Madison WI $465,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers (Civil) Navigation and Ecosystem Sustainability Program Pierce, Pepin, Buffalo, Trempealeau, LaCrosse, Vernon, Crawford, and Grant Counties WI $49,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Energy and Water Development City of Racine Utilizing solar PV at Storage Garage Site City of Racine WI $1,235,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Milwaukee Police Department The project will support the Milwaukee Police Department’s initiative to update its current radio system infrastructure, which is currently more than 12 years old and is reaching the end of its manufacturer-supported lifecycle. The update will improve radio interoperability with surrounding cities and counties, which is critical to responding to crime and collaborating across southeastern Wisconsin. Milwaukee WI $8,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Sojourner Family Peace Center The project will be used to increase the capacity of the Sojourner Family Peace Center to assist domestic violence survivors in need of restraining orders and offset the cost of providing shelter for survivors of domestic violence. Sojourner Family Peace Center provides crisis response and emergency shelter, systems advocacy, and healing services to address the immediate violence in survivors’ lives. Milwaukee WI $1,319,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Wisconsin Department of Transportation The project will replace Wisconsin Department of Transportation communications towers and associated infrastructure, including shelters and generators, which support public safety and emergency response operations. Madison WI $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Madison Police Department The project support Madison Police Department’s retention, maintenance, and accessibility of in-car videos, interview room recordings, and body worn camera video. This modern digital media storage is necessary to ensure the responsiveness and transparency of the police department to individual open records requests. City of Madison WI $91,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast National Marine Sanctuary Foundation The project will create a region-wide series of outdoor installations and venues within the Wisconsin Shipwreck Coast National Marine Sanctuary, focused on promoting tourism, recreation, and education in the coastal communities of Two Rivers, Manitowoc, Sheboygan, and Port Washington. Manitowoc County, Sheboygan County, Ozaukee County WI $575,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies University of Wisconsin-Madison This project seeks to construct and implement a scalable, operational water quality information service based on satellite earth observations that will provide timely water quality monitoring information. The development of a robust water quality information service will fulfill local needs such as harmful algal bloom alerts, provide informational needs for lake management, support the safety of drinking water supplies and help fulfill reporting of the Clean Water Act on the quality of all surface waters across the state. Madison WI $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Washington County The project will pilot the development of an integrated crisis response team to respond to mental health crisis calls, in partnership between the Washington County Police and the Washington County Human Services Department. Washington County WI $943,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Autism Society of America The Autism Society of America, in partnership with Autism Society of South-Central Wisconsin, Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin, and the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin, will develop and implement a first responder and criminal justice curriculum, training, and certification program to improve interactions between law enforcement and the Autism community. Madison, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Oshkosh, Neenah, Appleton WI $1,046,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Financial Services and General Government Wisconsin Technology Council Expand entrepreneurial reach across all regions and demographics of Wisconsin. All 72 WI counties WI $115,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Milwaukee County Rehabilitation of foreclosures for first-time homebuyers Milwaukee County WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Janesville Woodman's Community Center - Janesville's Athletic and Conference Center City of Janesville WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Boys & Girls Club of Oshkosh Boys & Girls Club Building Winnebago WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies WRTP BIG STEP Skilled Trades and Manufacturing Learning Lab Milwaukee WI $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Wisconsin Department of Transportation Interstate Highway Bridge Superior WI $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Brown County Rail bridge project Brown County WI $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Milwaukee Public Museum Wisconsin Museum of Nature & Culture Milwaukee WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Wisconsin DOT Kinker Road (CTH N) Railroad Overpass in Fond du Lac County Fond du Lac County WI $8,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Lac du Flambeau Band: Lake Superior Chippewa Tribe Public Transit Facility Lac du Flambeau WI $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Habitat for Humanity of Waukesha County Affordable Housing Waukesha County WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Homeless Coalition of Fort Atkinson, Inc. Transitional Family Housing Jefferson County WI $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Urban Ecology Center New Urban Ecology Center in Washington Park Milwaukee WI $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Boys and Girls Club of Janesville Boys & Girls Club Building Janesville WI $1,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Milwaukee Jewish Federation Capital improvements to Milwaukee Jewish Federation Helfaer Campus to increase safety and grow community. Milwaukee WI $1,260,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Vera Court Neighborhood Center, Inc. Neighborhood Community Center Madison WI $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Harry & Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center Capital improvements to JCC to increase safety and grow community. Milwaukee WI $1,718,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Wisconsin DOT Road Reconstruction Spooner WI $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Village of Rock Springs New Central Business District Village of Rock Springs WI $829,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of La Crosse New Central Business District La Crosse WI $1,359,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Wisconsin Community Action Program Association (WI Housing Assistance Services Statewide WI $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Wisconsin Center District Wisconsin Center Expansion Milwaukee WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Center for Black Excellence and Culture The Center for Black Excellence and Culture Madison WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Boys & Girls Clubs of the Greater Chippewa Valley Teen Program Center Eau Claire WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Village of Viola Construction of resettlement sites for commercial and residential development outside of the floodplain Village of Viola WI $1,752,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Near West Side Partners Building a New Comprehensive Community Center Milwaukee WI $2,350,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Housing Authority of the City of Milwaukee (HACM) Construction of a new community wellness center Milwaukee WI $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Local Initiatives Support Corporation Predevelopment loans to emerging real estate developers Milwaukee WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Salvation Army of Dane County To construct a new shelter facility for women and families in Dane County to assist those who are without housing. City of Madison & Dane County WI $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Baraboo Construction of an ADA accessible public access connection between downtown Baraboo and Riverwalk/Ice Age Trail Baraboo WI $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Milwaukee County Department of Transportation The project would pay for the replacement of older Milwaukee County Transit (MCTS) buses for the largest transit system in the State of Wisconsin, which operates network of 52 fixed-routes and complimentary door-to-door paratransit service (Transit Plus) and provides 28 million fixed-route rides and 500,000 paratransit trips annually. Milwaukee County WI $3,850,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security Ashland County Construct shoreline revetment to protect one of Madeline Island’s widely used and most at-risk stretches of road along Lake Superior from catastrophic failure. If nothing is done to protect the road, it is estimated to fail due to erosion damages within the next ten years. Ashland County WI $900,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security Douglas County Construct a new bridge on County Highway W over the Nemadji River that is designed to handle larger storm events, which are occurring in Northern Wisconsin in greater magnitudes and frequencies. Douglas County WI $825,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security Oconto County Elevation of County Road Y along Lake Michigan to mitigate against road damages and closures associated with flooding occurring at an increased frequency due to historically high Lake Michigan lake levels. Oconto County WI $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security Royall School District Construction of a multi-use community safe room to benefit the entire surrounding Elroy, Wisconsin community, providing life safety for a population of 1,614 people to EF5 Tornadoes. During the day, the safe room will primarily protect students, staff, teachers, and volunteers at the Royall Elementary, Middle, and High School building, and also have areas for the general public within a half-mile radius of the school district. Elroy WI $4,266,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security Ladysmith School District Construction of a multi-use community safe room to benefit the entire surrounding Ladysmith, Wisconsin community, providing life safety for a population of 820 people to EF5 Tornadoes. During the day, the safe room will primarily protect students, staff, teachers, and volunteers at the Ladysmith Middle/High School building, and have areas for the general public within a half-mile radius of the school district. Ladysmith WI $1,630,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security Medford Area Public School District Construction of a multi-use community safe room to benefit the entire surrounding Medford, Wisconsin community, providing life safety for a population of 2,273 people to EF5 Tornadoes. During the day, the safe room will primarily protect students, staff, teachers, and volunteers at the Medford High School (also the elementary and middle school building), and also have areas for the general public within a half-mile radius of the school district. Medford WI $3,993,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security City of Madison Installation of storm sewer improvements along Schroeder Road to improve greenway channel Madison WI $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security City of La Crosse The greatest impact from the creation of the Emergency Operations Center would be the ability of the various emergency response teams to be able to have a central location during an emergency and therefore having a better response time which in the long run will save lives. La Crosse WI $345,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security City of Kenosha 1st Ave shoreline protection mitigation project in Kenosha, WI protecting homes, road, and Kenosha WI $7,471,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security Kenosha County Shoreline protection mitigation at the Kemper Center Arts Campus in Kenosha, WI to protect historic, cultural center serving the community Kenosha County WI $21,362,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security City of Madison Expansion of ponds, greenways, and culverts, along with storm sewer improvements within the Old Sauk Trails Business Park. The project seeks a combination of traditional “gray” infrastructure, with “green” or nature-based infrastructure, to protect seven non-residential buildings, including a health clinic, one road, and create an enhanced greenway. Madison WI $6,028,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Homeland Security City of La Crosse Funding to repair 2.3 mile long concrete flood control structure. La Crosse WI $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Milwaukee Area Technical College The project would provide funding to hire bilingual welding faculty to expand access to welding training and offer scholarships to economically disadvantaged students to gain access to welding careers. Milwaukee WI $310,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Kenosha County United Way of Kenosha County will provide early education and literacy programming for children in Kenosha County. Kenosha WI $126,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Viterbo University Viterbo University will use this funding for graduate nursing scholarships and to purchase equipment for its Clinical Simulation Learning Center to increase its capacity to train nurses and other health professionals. La Crosse WI $982,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Marquette University Marquette University School of Dentistry and Chippewa Valley technical College will build on their longstanding partnership to establish a rural dental education program. This program will train additional professionals and bring needed dental services to rural areas in Wisconsin. Eau Claire and surrounding areas WI $789,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Marian University This project will help Marian University purchase equipment and supplies for health and STEM academic programs that have the opportunity for significant growth both at the university and within the larger community, including Biology-Cytotechnology, Chemistry, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Forensic Science, Nursing, Pre-Professional Medical Programs, and Radiologic Technology. These programs are all in need of equipment to enable the continuation of promoting student success, and to meet the needs of Fond du Lac County and northeastern Wisconsin. Fond du Lac WI $1,050,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Milwaukee Teen Opportunity Program will address the socio-educational impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and crime using a teen-focused strategy. The program will connect at-risk and hart-to-reach teens in educational programming to help them graduate high school on-time, and with a plan for additional education and a career. Milwaukee WI $625,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Cardinal Stritch University The Cardinal Stritch University Believers Project provides financial assistance and wraparound support services for first-generation students of color. Funding will be used for scholarships and programming. Milwaukee County WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Marquette University A part of Marquette University’s five-year plan to prepare 4,500 nurses over of the next decade, this project would fund the purchase nursing equipment that reflects the needs of diverse populations and key advances in medical technology. Milwaukee WI $1,565,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Wisconsin Association of Independent Colleges and The WAICU Higher Education Shared Services Collaborative would allow Wisconsin’s 23 independent colleges and universities to provide shared services across their respective institutions. State-wide WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Marquette University The program would be used to help develop an interest and prepare high school and middle school youth for higher education and STEM careers, including in technology and cybersecurity. The program would provide college readiness services and academic enrichment with an emphasis on cybersecurity. The project would involve several local middle and high schools with an emphasis on students that would be the first generation in their families to go to college. Milwaukee WI $800,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Wisconsin, Madison This award will enable the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison to substantially expand a course offering that engages students in the discovery of new antibiotics, provide additional access to high-quality STEM opportunities, and provide instruction and trainings to educators at other institutions to replicate the program across the nation. Madison WI $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Wisconsin Department of Health Services To support Wisconsin’s implementation of the 988 Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Madison WI $3,140,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Brown County To create additional staffing capacity to conduct outreach helping underserved populations within the county access behavioral health services. Green Bay WI $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center To support the build out of existing facility space within the Ignace Health Center to accommodate increased patient demand for behavioral and physical health care, including to add seven additional child and family therapist offices, one occupational therapist office, one speech pathologist office, two additional clinical care areas, and one behavioral health programming space. Milwaukee WI $900,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin To construct a new Menominee Tribal Clinic. Menominee County WI $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Milwaukee County $2,000,000 to partner with a local opioid treatment provider to provide evidence-based, direct treatment services to underserved areas severely impacted by opioid use/abuse and overdoses within Milwaukee County via a mobile unit. Milwaukee WI $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Meta House To construct a new facility for residential treatment program for women with substance use disorder. Milwaukee WI $10,620,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies UW-Madison To establish the Innovation in Biomanufacturing initiative, a newly founded, integrated partnership between the UW–Madison Center for Biomedical Swine Research and Innovation, the UW Meat Science and Animal Biologics Discovery Program, and the UW Biotechnology Center. Madison WI $3,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha To enhance workforce capacity to respond to youth members’ mental health needs. Kenosha WI $48,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Foundation for Black Women’s Wellness To renovate an existing space of roughly 15,000 square feet in order to support a larger space and permanent home for Dane County’s Black Women’s Wellness Center. Madison WI $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Children’s Hospital and Health System, Inc. To support the purchase of pediatric capital equipment for Children’s new Emergency Department Trauma Center (EDTC) in Milwaukee. Milwaukee WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Portage Recovery Center To increase staffing to better respond to the demand for mental health and substance use disorder services for individuals and families in rural Wisconsin. Portage WI $89,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Community Center To establish two transitional sober living programs. Milwaukee WI $518,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies SSM Health To construct an around the clock mental and behavioral health Day Stabilization Unit. Ripon, Fond du Lac County WI $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Medical College of WI To address the lack of sub-specialty psychiatrists servicing patients within Wisconsin and enhance provider knowledge of mental health conditions. Milwaukee WI $1,670,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Community Health Systems Beloit To establish an on-site pharmacy at Community Health Systems Beloit. Beloit/Rock County WI $96,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies UW Madison To upgrade the University’s helium plant. This project will ensure that federal researchers on campus have a stable and reliable source of helium for their research funded by the NIH, Dept. of Energy, NSF, Dept. of Agriculture, and more. Additionally, it will support the National Magnetic Resonance Facility’s work that is utilized in the search for new antibiotics. Madison WI $2,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Center for Senior Health & Longevity, Aurora Sinai To support the expansion of the Center for Senior Health & Longevity (CSHL) and allow care teams to capitalize on hospital infrastructure, including HIT and real time access to subspecialists, and to promote training opportunities for geriatric fellows. Milwaukee WI $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Access Community Health Centers, Inc. To renovate and update Access Community Health Center’s Sun Prairie Dental Clinic. Madison WI $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Sokaogon Chippewa Community To provide funding for construction costs associated with an expansion of the Sokaogon Chippewa Community Health Clinic, a Tribal 638 Title I Health Clinic located on the SCC Mole Lake Reservation in Forest County in rural east-central Wisconsin. Crandon WI $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Versiti Wisconsin, Inc. To provide for the purchase of lab equipment and furniture associated with the expansion of the Versiti Research Institute. Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County WI $5,540,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Dane County To create a care coordination systems that coordinates Social Determinants of Health (SDoH) needs for pre- and post- natal care for Black mothers in Dane County. Madison WI $199,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Milwaukee Public Schools Engaging MPS Families, Strengthening Communities in 53206 will provide support for families to address mental health, academic, and/or behavioral challenges in ZIP Code 53206. This family-centered project will address mental health, improve social-emotional outcomes, and restore relationships with strategies that help students and families in Milwaukee Public Schools become resilient learners and community advocates through multisector partnerships. Milwaukee WI $820,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Brown County United Way The Brown County Culturally Responsive Childcare Initiative will help establish childcare for immigrant and refugee families and build cultural capacity in existing child care centers to better serve immigrants and refugees in Brown County. Brown County WI $450,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Milwaukee Health Services, Inc. To support infrastructure investments that promote patient and staff safety, accessibility, and wellness. Milwaukee WI $2,983,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Family & Children’s Center To expand access to behavioral health programming. La Crosse WI $450,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Gunderson To support Gundersen’s Tri-County Hospital solar array upgrade and renovation. La Crosse WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies AdventHealth To expand and modernize the ambulance bay at AdventHealth. Durand WI $916,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Families and Schools Together Families and Schools Together will provide family engagement training and programming in Brown, La Crosse, Milwaukee, Oneida, and Pierce counties to support families and foster children’s well-being and education. Brown, La Crosse, Milwaukee, Oneida and Pierce Counties WI $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies WI Department of Workforce Development Create innovative career pathways in educational sectors to attract and retain more diverse talent and increase affordable access to childcare by expanding and enhancing early childhood education apprenticeship programming. Madison, WI; all WI counties WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies UW Health To address workforce challenges and to increase diverse representation in the healthcare workforce by leveraging internal apprenticeship program model and expanding youth and adult apprenticeship opportunities in healthcare. Statewide WI $2,614,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Latino Academy of Workforce Development Attract a new population of approximately 375 CDL candidates in the first three years using the Latino Academy’s successful education and workforce training model, which has served over 10,000 Wisconsinites since 2011 in education, manufacturing, warehouse, hospitality and CDL. Our CDL enrollments have doubled every year since starting in 2016. We will offer two different CDL pathways: one for reskilling/upskilling adult workers, and the second pathway for young adults aged 18-24. We provide the region’s only culturally competent, bilingual and industry-certified workforce training, starting with building individualized student relationships. Madison WI $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies MATC $300,000 in scholarships to serve our expanded class size, ensuring that cost is not a barrier to students seeking to enter the workforce in the high growth, high earning field of trucking. Milwaukee WI $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Campbell New water utility system due to PFAS contamination in private drinking water wells. La Crosse WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Eau Claire PFAS remediation project to provide safe drinking water to residents. Eau Claire WI $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Peshtigo Installation of a new water line to provide residents living with PFAS contamination safe drinking water. Town of Peshtigo - Marinette County WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Wausau The Drinking Water PFAS Response Project will investigate, assess and implement PFAS treatment and/or alternative drinking water options for Wausau Water Works customers. Wausau WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Rib Mountain Sanitary District Construction of a water treatment plant to obtain safe drinking water by removing PFAS, which are present in municipal supply wells. Township of Rib Mountain in Marathon County WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Village of Rothschild Pump purchase to increase water flow as an effort to remove PFAS. Rothschild WI $19,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Park Falls To repair and improve the aging public infrastructure of the City of Park Falls Municipal Water and Sewer utilities. Park Falls WI $4,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Village of Oakfield Replace wastewater treatment facility Oakfield WI $4,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Kenosha County Kenosha County aims to reduce nonpoint source pollution impacts, improve water quality, and restore habitat and ecological functioning along Pike River within Petrifying Springs Park. Kenosha County WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Village of Weston The project will evaluate the short-term and long-term options for reducing PFAS in the Village of Weston's water system below the health advisory levels recommended by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services. Marathon County, City of Weston WI $2,650,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Green Bay Sewage District This project includes design, installation and benefits evaluation of up to 75 acres of Enhanced Agricultural Runoff Treatment Systems to capture and treat surface runoff and tile drainage from 1,500 acres of cropland. Brown and Outagamie County WI $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Oshkosh Phosphorous wastewater treatment Oshkosh WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewage District The project will optimize pollutant removal, reduce energy consumption, increase renewable energy generation, reduce energy costs and decrease chemical use and associated costs through improvements to the South Shore Water Reclamation Facility primary clarification system. Milwaukee WI $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Platteville The City of Platteville’s Water and Sewer Department will fix deficiencies in the existing Water Resource Recovery Facility and collection system. City of Platteville WI $2,762,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies St. Croix County The project will restore and maintain wildlife and plant habitat, remove invasive species, stabilize banks along the ravine systems of the property, and provide outdoor leisure and recreation opportunities in the St. Croix River Valley region. Hudson WI $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Sun Prairie This project will increase the energy efficiency and sustainability of the Sun Prairie, WI Water Pollution Control Facility. The construction of a modern greenhouse system utilizing solar radiation to help separate water from the sludge will improve the quality of bio-product to a Class A biosolid, the first-of-its-kind innovation in the State of Wisconsin. The annual need for the use of fossil fuels in the existing drying system (reliant on the use of natural gas) will be dramatically reduced, and the overall volume and mass of biosolids created that need to be removed from the system will be reduced as well. City of Sun Prairie WI $3,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Waukesha Water Utility The Waukesha Water Utility (WWU) will transition from a groundwater to a surface water supply by September 1, 2023. The funding will go towards an intense program to test and monitor the water quality in the distribution system; a water quality model for our distribution system that will recommend system improvement necessary to ensure water quality; and will provide guidance on preparation of the system to receive the new water supply. Waukesha WI $4,700,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Milwaukee- Department of Public Works In conjunction with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) and the Wisconsin National Guard, this project would fund the replacement of outdated equipment at the Howard Avenue Water Treatment Plant and the South Shore Water Reclamation Facility that are critical to the effective removal of pollutants from water. Additionally, funding would be used to conduct a study to identify solutions for flooding at the airport during some storm events that negatively affect operations for the Wisconsin Air National Guard’s 128th Air Refueling Wing. Milwaukee WI $5,600,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The Village of New Glarus To construct a new water tower for the Village of New Glarus, WI.This project will ensure that the amount of storage available is equal to the average day demand for water in the community so that in the event of an emergency the public water system is able to provide safe drinking water for 24 hours. This effort is crucial for planned servicing of, and repairs to, the existing tower which will require it to be taken offline for several months. New Glarus WI $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Baldwin WI Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Viroqua This project will address three separate sewer issues in Viroqua. The realignment of a primary mainline sewer that currently lays below an old landfill, elimination of an antiquated lift station by sewer redesign, and a sewer extension. In addition to the construction of two sewers, one on Railroad Avenue and the other on West Broadway. Both semi-residential areas lack sewers. The project supports current and future commercial, industrial, and residential development as well as protects the environment. Viroqua WI $1,224,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Bureau of Reclamation This project will upgrade dam infrastructure, rehabilitate four surface water diversion structures, and restore t habitat along the Rio Grande River in the San Luis Valley. Alamaosa County CO $950,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Yampa Valley Housing Authority This project will allow the Yampa Valley Housing Authority to acquire the electrical infrastructure necessary to provide electricity to the proposed 2,300-unit Brown Ranch affordable housing development in Routt County, the largest proposed affordable housing development in Colorado. Steamboat Springs CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development City of Creede This project will help the City of Creede build a new energy system to generate electricity.. The estimated energy savings would almost entirely offset the annual energy consumption of municipal buildings in Creede. Mineral County CO $425,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development El Paso County This project will fund the replacement of current lighting fixtures in all county administration buildings with LED bulbs fixtures. These new fixtures provide an estimated energy savings of 30% for El Paso County. Colorado Springs CO $445,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Bureau of Reclamation This project will allow the Conejos Water Conservancy District, in cooperation with multiple stakeholders, to construct a new gravel lake reservoir using water from both the Conejos and the Rio San Antonio Rivers. While the primary purpose is for irrigation, the reservoir will also expand access to outdoor recreation activities. Antonito CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Tri-State Generation and Transmission This project will allow Tri-State and the City of Craig to complete a feasibility study to develop a new center for green technologies at the Craig Energy Center. The study directly supports a coal community creating new green energy jobs and job training throughout Moffat County. Craig CO $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Bureau of Reclamation This project will replace outdated equipment for the Town of Crawford’s water management system. This equipment is vital in providing real-time data of water flowing into the Town, particularly when there is severe drought. Crawford CO $11,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Colorado Mesa University This project will expand Colorado Mesa University’s geo-exchange heating and cooling system, the largest system in the state.. This will provide a more energy efficient, cost-effective means of heating and cooling water at the university. Grand Junction CO $2,996,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Pitkin County This project will upgrade the existing geothermal system at the Fort Garland Museum to include the “Commandant’s Quarters” building that currently does not have a heating system. This will allow the building to use temperature control necessary to display artifacts. Aspen CO $179,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Fort Garland Museum and Cultural Center, History C This project will upgrade the existing geothermal system installed in an adobe structure in 2011 and include the “Commandant’s Quarters” building that currently does not have a heating system. Because the building lacks any temperature control, no artifacts can be on display in this 3,136 square foot building. Currently, the nationally recognized art exhibit “Unsilenced: Indigenous Enslavement in Southern Colorado” by artist jetsonorama is on display in this area. Fort Garland CO $138,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association This project will allow the Poudre Valley Rural Electric Association to build an electric microgrid in rural, mountainous Pinewood Springs, which will reduce the risk of power outages in the community in the face of extreme weather events. Fort Collins CO $425,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development City of Northglenn, CO This project provides solar energy energy to Northglenn’s Recreation Center. Northglenn CO $800,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Bureau of Reclamation This project will fund a pilot project to test the feasibility of storing water underground to prevent water loss through evaporation. Northglenn CO $1,445,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Bureau of Reclamation The project will fund engineering and design efforts that lay the groundwork for the proposed Bruce Canyon Reservoir. The new reservoir aims to increase drought preparedness and resiliency by increasing water storage in this economically disadvantaged area. Huerfano County CO $313,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development City and County of Denver The project will fund a City and County of Denver study to determine the potential uses of methane captured from a local landfill. Aurora CO $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Ute Mountain Ute Tribe This project will empower the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe to create their own renewable energy company and increase use of hydroelectric energy in the surrounding communities. The project engages a currently wasted energy source - the Towaoc Highline Canal - by diverting the canal’s flow into a hydroelectric generator. Montezuma County CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Bureau of Reclamation This project will restore the wetlands and improve resilience of federal lands within CO's Upper Gunnison Basin. The Conservancy District will deploy proven techniques to slow down and spread out water, reducing the potential for flooding while sequester carbon and reconnecting the floodplain to the greater ecosystem. Gunnison CO $540,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers This project will fund the construction of a new series of box culverts to ensure continued access to County Road 17 during floods or other natural disasters. Ouray County CO $1,084,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Energy and Water Development La Plata Electric Association This project will fund electric vehicle charging and energy storage infrastructure to provide no-emission electric charging stations in Durango, CO. Durango CO $1,240,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Haxtun Hospital District This project will help fund the final stage of the Haxtun Hospital District (HHD) Main Street Family Care Clinic, Physical Therapy, and Retail Pharmacy, providing integrated health services to the community. This funding would support the construction of the roof, interior furnishings, and clinic equipment. Haxturn CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Build Pagosa, Inc This project will fund the construction of the Pagosa Springs Career Technical Education and Workforce Training Center to expand access to career and professional trade education programs. Pagosa Springs CO $1,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Bent County This project will enable updates to the physical infrastructure of the Las Animas Armory in Bent County. The updated building will house essential services for residents including emergency services, disaster response, public health services and education, and food distribution all in a centralized location. Las Animas CO $808,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Crow Canyon Archaeological Center This project will enhance STEM education at the Crow Canyon Archeological Center in Southwest Colorado. Updating and equipping the Crow Canyon Campus with “smart classrooms” will allow participants to engage in in-person and remote interactive learning of STEM subjects. Cortez CO $989,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Alamosa County This project will allow Alamosa County to replace outdated machinery with a new tractor and mower to mitigate weeds along county property, increasing the efficiency of this county service. Alamosa County CO $49,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Kit Carson Rural Development This project will help build a new shared community workspace equipped with high speed internet and meeting rooms. This will be a fully functional space for local residents to attend online trainings, access telehealth appointments, access online school courses, and accommodate any other community needs. Kit Carson CO $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Holyoke Community Childcare Inititive This project will help build a new childcare facility that will benefit families, employers, and the community in northeast Colorado. Once built, it will expand access to care for over 100 children and create at least 15 jobs. Holyoke CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Lincoln Community Hospital This project will help construct a new hospital building. This will expand access to services and modernize standards of care. Lincoln County CO $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Grand Fire Protection District This project will help build a Public Safety Facility to provide emergency services to the community and visitors of nearby federal forests, recreation areas, and national park lands. The facility will support structural and wildland fire operations, back country search and rescue, and water rescue. Grandby CO $1,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies The Nature Conservancy This project will reconstruct the historic Maybell diversion and modernize the headgate in the lower Yampa River This will increase water users’ control of irrigation water, improve aquatic habitat for at least 20 river miles, and facilitate boat and fish passage. Moffat County CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Town of Ignacio This project will expand access to community center services for the community of Ignacio, CO. By acquiring the ELHI Community Center, multiple community non-profits will be able to continue providing services in a central location. Ignacio CO $468,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Elbert County Government This project will relocate the main rodeo arena to allow for future growth in participation and programs at the fairgrounds. This is the first phase of the County's work to improve and modernize the fairground. Kiowa CO $605,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Town of Collbran This project will improve the historic Collbran Auditorium building, addressing critical safety issues and building improvements. This will allow the Town of Collbran to continue use of this building for community events. Collbran CO $1,650,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Lincoln County This project will complete renovations to the Hugo Union Pacific Railroad Roundhouse This is the final phase in the restoration of a facility that will serve as a community gathering place and center for education, fostering community connections and supporting the economic rebirth of the region. Hugo CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Black Canyon Boys & Girls Club This project will build a new facility, creating a true community center where a change for the better will happen for local youth and families. The new facility will house a gym, a teaching kitchen, a tech lab, and a community garden all available for communal use in addition to Boys and Girls Club activities. Montrose CO $1,700,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Ute Indian Museum, History Colorado This project will support a Naturescape play and outdoor education project at the Ute Indian Museum. The Museum will build outdoor interactive models to reflect the Native American traditions and values of the connection to the earth and nature with walking paths, traditional homes, and classrooms. Montrose CO $80,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Trinidad State College This project will help Trinidad State College renovate and modernize their 60-year-old residence halls. This will bring the Residence Hall Complex in line with the College’s recently completed Renovation Program Plan and support student experience and wellbeing. Las Animas CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Town of Nucla This project will fund improvements to Nucla’s Main Street (Highway 97) to increase safety, beautify, and revitalize the downtown area. With the upgrades proposed, Nucla’s Main Street will provide an inviting entrance to town and provide safe passage for multiple modes of transportation and pedestrians. Nucla CO $2,325,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies City of Delta This project will help fund the construction of a new Municipal Light and Power (ML&P) building for a local food incubator and hub. This new facility will provide a space for upstarting chefs and producers to collaborate, while providing alternative affordable food options for the community. Delta CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Kiowa County This project will help construct a new entrance for the Kiowa County Courthouse. This new entrance will expand access to the building by providing an ADA compliant elevator and updated security equipment. Eads CO $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Kiowa County Hospital District This project will fund the construction of a new, 150,000 sq.ft. modular critical access hospital with 25 beds; a 5-bed emergency department with limited trauma capabilities; 2 outpatient procedural rooms; and telemedicine suite. It will also include an adjoining rural health clinic that accommodates 6 providers; an EMS office with staging area; 10 overnight hospitality rooms for visiting specialties or contract services and limited administrative areas. Eads CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies U.S. Air Force Academy This project will expand the Air Force Academy’s cemetery to accommodate approximately 1,300 new burial plots. USAFA CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies U.S. Air Force Academy This project will renovate and complete the new visitor center at Air Force Academy's North Gate. The visitor center will include exhibits that provide an immersive experience to showcase the Air Force Academy, the Air Force, and the Space Force. USAFA CO $15,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will create a housing navigator position at the Denver Sheriff Department to help previously incarcerated individuals secure affordable housing. This project will also assist those individuals with transportation, move-in costs, and security deposits. Denver CO $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will enable the expansion of the Denver Mayor’s Office’s prevention and intervention strategies for high-risk youth and adults. Through community partnership, this program aims to integrate violence intervention and crisis response with individualized services to reach individuals most likely to experience violence. Denver CO $799,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will enable the expansion of the Night Moves program to three new sites. Night Moves provides mental health and substance use services for youth ages 12-18 and tailors programs to the specific needs of each community. Denver CO $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Rio Blanco County This project will help equip a new Rio Blanco Law Enforcement Training Center with state-of-the-art resources. This facility will be a regional hub for training, career advancement, and education programs for local law enforcement in rural northwest Colorado. Meeker CO $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Colorado Access to Justice Commission This project will implement a strategic plan to reduce barriers to legal resources and representation across rural Colorado. This program works with existing access to justice initiatives on the ground to connect rural communities to virtual and in-person legal resources and pro-bono representation Denver CO $627,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Pueblo, a Municipal Corporation This project will help the community acquire a FARO 3D scanner. This large-scale laser scanning tool quickly and accurately documents crime and traffic accident scenes, facilitating more successful prosecutions. Pueblo CO $86,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will support two positions in the Denver District Attorney’s Office Human Trafficking Unit in order to implement coordinated approaches to identifying victims of sex and labor trafficking. Expanding this program will increase the ablity to investigate and prosecute sex and labor trafficking cases and support survivors of these cases. Denver CO $178,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will expand access to substance use treatments by partnering navigators with first responders. This program will help people understand and access behavioral health and substance use services and treatment available to them. Denver CO $187,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will increase access to medication-assisted treatment to incarcerated individuals and help individuals maintain their access once released from custody. This program will help fight the opioid epidemic by offering seamless support services to at-risk individuals. Denver CO $1,650,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory This project will help the lab acquire cutting-edge remote sensing imagery data to measure forest and watershed health. This data will be used to enable early detection of at-risk forests and help land managers target conservation and treatment efforts Crested Butte CO $1,275,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will jump-start a two officer “strike team” for targeted enforcement of fentanyl distribution networks within the City and County of Denver. A specialized team used for precision policing of fentanyl will help the Denver Police Department disrupt the distribution of the drug. Denver CO $269,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Thornton This project will provide quicker case conclusions by enabling the Thornton police department to analyze DNA samples from crime scenes and return results within 90 minutes. Thornton CO $171,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Thornton This project will build a mobile command post to allow for key incident command decision-making in the field. This will improve responses and communication during law enforcement operations. Thornton CO $650,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will expand targeted traffic control patrols to address an increase in gun violence in Denver’s LoDo neighborhood. Denver CO $424,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Rifle This project will allow the Rifle Police Department to access 21st century policing equipment such as in-car and body-worn cameras. These advancements can be instrumental in providing transparency for the community, enhancing officer safety, providing reliable evidence, and supporting police-officer training. Rifle CO $317,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Jefferson County Sheriff's Office This project will replace the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office software system with a new software package that would allow the department to streamline services and documents. Golden CO $2,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Colorado School of Mines This project will support the research, development, design, and construction of equipment necessary to convert methane into natural gas. This will allow emissions from oil and gas operations, landfills, and wastewater treatment facilities to be captured and turned into usable natural gas. Golden CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Colorado State University This project will support one year of research and the purchase of lab equipment to study more accurate baseline emissions of cattle housed in a natural environment. This research will aid the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, enhancing food system resiliency, and providing adequate nutrition for growing populations. Fort Collins CO $1,350,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Thornton This project will help the community acquire a FARO 3D scanner. This large scale laser scanning tool quickly and accurately documents crime and traffic accident scenes, facilitating more successful prosecutions. Thornton CO $102,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Financial Services and General Government African Chamber of Commerce Colorado, USA This project will support the African Chamber of Commerce small business accelerator to provide technical assistance, business development resources, and education services. This program will create economic growth and investment by empowering 36 African small businesses in Colorado. Denver CO $1,260,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Financial Services and General Government Black Business Initiative This project will launch an Economic Development Organization to support the needs of Black businesses in the Denver area. This organization will provide small business navigation and technical assistance programming, and work with industry experts to identify opportunities to bring parity to Black businesses and communities. Denver CO $800,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Financial Services and General Government AYA Foundation This project supports programming and education to improve the economic prosperity of Black business owners and entrepreneurs, including courses on business ownership, coach and peer navigator programs, coworking spaces, and business planning events. Denver CO $145,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Financial Services and General Government The Latino Chamber of Commerce of Boulder County This project will enable the Latino Chamber of Commerce to establish a sustainable mobile office to maintain and increase support for Latino owned businesses across Boulder County. Lafayette CO $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Latino Cultural Arts Center This project will help renovate a vacant warehouse into a community center that will develop and support career pipelines in audio and visual communications and digital media. Denver CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Archway Housing & Services This project will support the renovation of four historic dormitory buildings on the former Johnson & Wales University campus into affordable housing units. This development would create up to 154 affordable housing units and bring new educational and economic development opportunities to Denver’s South Park Hill neighborhood. Denver CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Restoration Christian Ministries This project will create 150 units of affordable housing at the new Dr. Felix Gilbert King’s Crossing development. Aurora CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will enable the City of Colorado Springs to complete an engineering design for improved multimodal infrastructure at the Peterson Airforce Base North Gate. This will improve access to non-base related retail spaces and neighborhoods. Colorado Springs CO $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies UTE MOUNTAIN UTE TRIBE This project will develop 20 new multi-family housing units for the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe in southern Colorado. Cortez CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CASA of the 7th Judicial District This project will develop 30 units of supportive housing for seniors and young adults who are homeless or at imminent risk for homelessness, have barriers to obtaining or maintaining housing, and/or have behavioral health needs. Montrose CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Children's Advocacy Center for the Pikes Peak Regi This project will enable the construction of a new building for the first ever co-located Children’s Advocacy Center in Colorado. This facility will co-locate and streamline services for survivors of child abuse as they move through the justice system, focusing on minimizing additonal trauma and allow for healing. Colorado Springs CO $360,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Cleo Parker Robinson Dance This project will support the expansion of the Cleo Parker campus by constructing a new facility. This expansion will enable the organization to dramatically expand their education and job training programs, including partnerships with local universities and local school districts. Denver CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies UTE MOUNTAIN UTE TRIBE This project will support the design and engineering of a Transportation Plan for UMU 201 Aneth Road on the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe reservation. The Transportation Plan will allow the Ute Mountain Ute to make this transportation system safer, more accessible, and more sustainable for members of the Tribe, tourists, employees, and residents. Towaoc CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Urban Peak This project will allow Urban Peak to replace their emergency shelter and integrate additional shelter, housing, and supportive services in one location. Denver CO $7,788,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Boulder Department of Housing & Human Services This project will enable the creation of a Modular Factory to produce affordable modular homes. This facility will develop much needed workforce and affordable housing units while also partnering with local school districts to provide workforce training for students. Boulder CO $506,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Solid Rock Community Development Corporation This project will support the renovation of a commercial building for the Southeast Colorado Springs Community Investment Trust to provide financial and investment services. Through financial literacy classes and investment opportunities, this organization helps community members take control of their financial future, raise the economic status of their neighborhoods, and enhance community pride. Colorado Springs CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado This project will enable the Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado to expand their fleet of food delivery trucks to grow and maintain services to rural and remote communities across Colorado. Care and Share provides services to 31 counties providing food pantry deliveries, picking up food donations from retail partners, and distributing food served to children through the federal Summer Food Service Program. Colorado Springs CO $1,050,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Mile High United Way This project supports the construction of a new childcare center at Mile High United Way’s headquarters in Denver’s Curtis Park/Five Points neighborhood. Denver CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley This project will support the development of net zero affordable housing in Rifle by Habitat for Humanity of the Roaring Fork Valley. Rifle CO $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Colorado Coalition for the Homeless This project will allow the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless renovate the Clarion Inn Denver Central to provide non congregate shelter, transitional housing, and supportive housing opportunities to metro Denver’s homeless community. Denver CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Early Connections Learning Centers This project will support the construction of a new state-of-the-art early education center. This will expand equitable access to high-quality early education by increasing enrollment capacity at this location by 57 percent. Colorado Springs CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Haven House of Montrose, Inc (dba Haven House) This project will enable Haven House to expand their facility. This expansion will add capacity for emergency housing for the homeless, a childcare center, very-low income apartments, and communal space for training and education programs. Olathe CO $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies RTD This project will replace existing light rail infrastructure in the Downtown Denver area. This infrastructure improvement is necessary to continue safe, reliable operation of RTD’s light rail network. Denver CO $8,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Summit County Government This project will enable Silverthorne Childcare Authority to create a new childcare center. This new center will open approximately 60 new childcare spots and is crucial to retaining working families in the county. Silverthorne CO $1,735,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Homeward Pikes Peak This project will provide 69 units of low-income and permanent supportive housing. Homeward Pikes Peak uses a proven best practice that couples affordable rental housing with intensive wrap-around supportive services with the goal of keeping people housed and helping them heal from trauma. Colorado Springs CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Steamboat Springs This project will enable the City of Steamboat Springs to develop a sidewalk and trail connection linking outlying neighborhoods, a PreK-8 School, and a 536-acre site dedicated for future affordable housing units. This project will allow for safe, multimodal transportation opportunities and increase community connections. Steamboat Springs CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Sociedad Protección Mutua de Trabajadores Unidos This project will support the restoration and rehabilitation of the SPMDTU Headquarters building. Once the restoration is completed, the building will be used to host musical performances, art exhibitions, workshops, and other community events. Antonito CO $122,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Weld Food Bank This project will enable the Weld Food Bank to replace an aging truck. The new truck will be used to pick up grocery donations and food from local farmers, as well as to deliver food to partner agencies and food pantries throughout Weld County. Weld County CO $160,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Eagle County Government This project will enable the Eagle County Airport to create an international terminal and customs facility. This would help the Eagle County Airport accommodate international travel and expand the economic impact of the airport on the region. Gypsum CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Palisade This project would repair and restore the Veterans Memorial Community Center. This will include creating a stage for community use, updating the ADA compliant access to the building, and upgrading building facilities. Palisade CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies NECALG Northeastern Colorado Association of Local This project will support the study and planning necessary to determine routes, stops, and vehicles needed for a fixed public transportation route between Hillrose, Brush, Fort Morgan, Log Lane Village, and Wiggins in Morgan County. Morgan County CO $65,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Salvation Army This project will support the construction of a trauma-informed, non-congregate shelter, and revitalize a community center on campus. This facility will house up to 85 families experiencing homelessness at a time. Together with the improved community center, this facility will help break the cycle of poverty families face and improve socio-economic outcomes in the Denver Metro area. Denver CO $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Aurora This project will allow the Martin Luther King Library to upgrade their facility with improvements like a Library Maker Space and computer lab with 3-D printers, virtual reality technology, a video production lab, and camera/microphone/lighting equipment. This will create a state-of-the-art facility that offers a safe place for vulnerable youth. Aurora CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies YWCA Pueblo This project will renovate a building into a large-scale community day care center. Pueblo CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Colorado Springs Community Cultural Collective This project will support the renovation of the City Auditorium. The updated Auditorium will serve as a vibrant hub for cultural arts and industries in the region. Colorado Springs CO $1,003,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Riverside Educational Center This project will allow for the Riverside Educational Center to create a new permanent home. This new center will expand capacity to provide after-school tutoring, educational enrichment, social/emotional support, career/college readiness courses, and nutritional support to over 800 students in Mesa County. Grand Junction CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will realign and widen the existing road and improve grade, curve, and sight distance at Blue Hill. With frequent closures to Interstate 70, these improvements will allow Cottonwood Pass to better handle increased traffic. Eagle County CO $2,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Thornton This project will enable the creation of an accessible, inclusive, and state of the art community center. The facility will include a library, a fitness center, dedicated spaces for young children and teens, and a gymnasium to accommodate local youth sport programs. Thornton CO $2,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Dream Centers of Colorado Springs This project will support Phase I of the creation of the Dream Centers’ Early Care and Learning Center. Once completed, this facility will provide trauma-informed early childcare and education programs to address the needs of vulnerable families. Colorado Springs CO $1,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will replace the Maple Street Bridge near downtown Fruita, CO. The current bridge is functionally obsolete due to safety concerns. Upgrades are necessary for further use of the bridge and connecting the community. Fruita CO $2,060,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies YWCA Boulder County This project will help complete the expansion of the childcare and preschool facilities of the Persimmon Early Learning program. These new facilities will increase capacity and improve services for children and families in Boulder County. Boulder CO $190,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will support road improvements to the Jackson Creek Parkway Corridor. This will improve safety, access, and traffic capacity for residents and visitors. Monument CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Su Teatro This project will help Su Teatro expand its facility to provide additional classrooms and rehearsal rooms, affordable retail and studio space, and affordable housing.This expansion will deepen the impact of the Cultural Arts Education Institute for youth of color, expand opportunities for artists and entrepreneurs of color, increase the livability of the district, and expand cultural and economic opportunities for the entire region. Denver CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies UTE MOUNTAIN UTE TRIBE This project will help create a full-service grocery store for the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe. This facility will feature fresh and local products, a Native American Food Hall featuring local businesses and restaurants, a commissary kitchen for food entrepreneurs and culinary classes on nutrition and healthy eating, and a community meeting space. Towaoc CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will provide critical safety improvements for cyclists, pedestrians, and vehicular traffic along US-36 through Lyons. This will enhance economic vitality, emergency service access, ADA accessibility and development opportunity in the area. Lyons CO $560,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Fremont Economic Development Corporation This project will renovate and adapt two vacant buildings into workforce housing units. This will return the two buildings to viability and address the gap in affordable housing units for the local workforce in Cañon City and Florence. Fremont County CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Mountain Metro Transit, in coordination with CASTA This project will support the design and construction of a new Transfer Center for the Mountain Metropolitan Transit (MMT) in southeast Colorado Springs. This new facility will allow MMT to improve traffic circulation and flow, increase MMT services, and improve pedestrian access to local businesses, El Paso County CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Project Worthmore This project will renovate a previously neglected building to meet community needs. The Roots will be a hub for refugees and immigrants to gather, receive support and health care, and build community. Aurora CO $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies San Luis Valley Housing Coalition This project will aid in the renovation of the Boyd School to support an early childhood education center and apartment units. This new facility will support the local economy by providing additional housing and expanded access to childcare. Alamosa CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies YMCA of Metropolitan Denver This project will help build a health and wellness community center for YMCA of Metropolitan Denver. This center will expand access to childcare and provide wellness programming that addresses social isolation, food insecurity, chronic disease management, and health equity. Denver CO $6,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies San Luis Valley Housing Coalition This project will preserve current units of affordable housing and construct an additional 8-10 units on site at the Rancho Creede Housing Development. Creede CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo This project will complete Phase III of the Crawford Townhomes project. The Housing Authority of the City of Pueblo is demolishing the existing obsolete Sangre de Cristo public housing units to construct 49 family townhomes. Pueblo CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Garfield County This project will remodel and expand an existing warehouse into an educational facility and community resource center and transform three acres of connected land into an outdoor classroom. This new facility will support Garfield County CSU Extension programs such as food preservation, STEM classes, and 4-H club meetings, as well as local science and outdoor educational programs. Rifle CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will create a youth empowerment center at the Denver Public Library’s Central location. The new center will connect young people and their families to a network of services ranging from trauma-informed programs, vocational support, entrepreneurial training, recreation activities, and other critical wrap-around services. Denver CO $3,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Prairie Pines This project will renovate the Prairie Pines Assisted Living Facility so that it can remain an attractive, comfortable, safe, and vibrant place for the community it serves. Eads CO $54,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Mesa County This project will support the construction of an early childhood education training center and community hall on the Clifton Community Campus. This will help address the estimated shortage of 4,000 licensed early childcare spots for children and families in Mesa County. Clifton CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will support the electrification of space and water heat and improvements to indoor air quality in 100 affordable multifamily apartment units. Denver CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies West End Economic Development Corporation This project will support the creation of affordable housing units in rural Montrose and San Miguel Counties by constructing new units and repurposing and removing existing structures. This will support the long-term economic viability and social livability of the community. Montrose and San Miguel Counties CO $900,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will improve traffic operations and accommodate current and future multimodal traffic in Commerce City. This will reduce congestion, improve travel time reliability for commuter and commercial traffic, and modernize a busy traffic corridor. Adams County CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Walsenburg This project will replace and widen approximately 4.5 miles of sidewalk throughout the main thoroughfares of Walsenburg, expanding accessibility and safety for pedestrians.. Walsenburg CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies RiversEdge West This project will build and establish a land and water conservation, science, and education center. . Grand Junction CO $1,250,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will help complete a road improvement project in Lakewood, CO. Improvements to road lands, additional sidewalk space, and updated street lighting will improve pedestrian and traffic safety. Lakewood CO $1,900,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT The project will support Phase II of multimodal traffic improvements critical for access for all residents. This project will relieve congestion, reduce emissions, manage access, and provide facilities for pedestrians and cyclists. Jefferson County CO $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies San Miguel Authority for Regional Transportation This project will expand the fleet of transit buses for use on a new fixed-route commuter transit service between Montrose and Telluride. This new route will expand service to many small, rural communities and support the economy of the region by providing reliable commuter transportation for the workforce. San Miguel and Montrose Counties CO $1,120,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Fort Collins, Transfort and CASA This project will help upgrade the Transfort Maintenance Facility, which houses the maintenance shop, full fleet, and administrative offices. These upgrades will improve the safety of the facility and ensure Transfort is able to provide critical transit services to the community. Fort Collins CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies History Colorado This project will increase ridership capacity on the historic Georgetown Loop Railroad. This will allow the railroad to continue to meet demand. Georgetown CO $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Leadville Lake County EDC The project will enable the Lake County Entrepreneurial Ecosystem to provide necessary financial, social, and human capital to foster entrepreneurship. This will help support a thriving small business community, drive economic vitality and community collaboration, and create the necessary jobs to support Lake County’s economy and quality of life. Leadville CO $346,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Aspen Capital Asset Department This project will support the construction of a newBurlingame Childcare Center which will contain eight classrooms and 2-4 affordable housing units for childcare staff. This facility will increase access to childcare opportunities and ensure providers are able to live in the community they serve. Aspen CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Family & Intercultural Resource Center This project will help renovate a building in order to house a Free Community Food Market, thrift store, and program and administrative offices for the agencies. This facility will allow local agencies to collaborate to help people meet their basic needs so the community can thrive. Breckenridge CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies YMCA of Pueblo This project will enable the YMCA of Pueblo to expand their facility to provide an additional four preschool classrooms and move the playground. This will help the preschool to expand their capacity by 80 preschool students and better serve the community. Pueblo CO $1,806,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Walden - Walden, CO This project will replace three blocks of sidewalks to improve accessibility and encourage pedestrian traffic in town. Walden CO $950,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies El Pueblo History Museum, History Colorado This project will renovate the outdoor historic interpretation area at the El Pueblo History Museum including improvements to the educational gardens, blacksmith shop, and a new curandura garden. These improvements will help the museum tell the story of the diverse inhabitants that are the foundation of the City of Pueblo. Pueblo CO $401,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Waters Edge 365 This project will create a public farmers market and associated storage and processing center.This will provide local farmers and ranchers a market for their products, healthy local food to the community, a meeting and gathering space, farming and cooking education space, and storage and processing facilities for locally grown products. Grand Junction CO $7,160,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Rural Homes This project will scale up the Rural Homes development approach to build affordable homes for local workforce in new rural Colorado communities. Montrose, Montezuma, and Ouray Counties CO $3,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will complete a shared use pedestrian trail that would connect a number of neighborhoods, parks, other trails, retail shopping, and the only grocery store in the community. Granby CO $1,325,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will help complete the last 12 miles of the Eagle Valley Trail, a 63 mile paved trail from the top of Vail Pass to Glenwood Canyon. This trail allows cyclists and pedestrians to safely travel through the mountain terrain of the Eagle Valley. Eagle County CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Greeley This project will create the Shur View/ Missile Site Bluffs Open Space and related access trails. This will provide access to outdoor space and recreation to diverse populations, create connections between residential populations and natural spaces by bike or foot, and mitigate the risks of environmental degradation to an important source of drinking water, as well as wildlife habitat. City of Greeley CO $2,250,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Pueblo This project will install and/or remodel 100 bus stops to comply with ADA regulations, thereby expanding access for individuals with disabilities to existing fixed-route bus service. Pueblo CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Dinosaur This project will connect the Town of Dinosaur to the existing natural gas network in Moffat County and deliver a more reliable and environmentally conscious energy source to the residents and businesses. Dinosaur CO $2,250,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies TGTHR This project will renovate and expand an emergency shelter and drop-in center serving unaccompanied youth and young adults experiencing homelessness in Boulder County and northern Colorado. This will expand the number of available emergency shelter beds to 30, add 20 additional units of service-enriched transitional housing, and expand and improve drop-in facilities to facilitate transitions to safe and stable housing. Boulder CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Pagosa Springs This project will support the design and construction of 64 workforce housing units.This will help address the severe lack of housing supply in a rural, tourism-driven community. Pagosa Springs CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Loveland Transit This project will help construct a new transit center building designed to support multiple local and regional routes. This permanent facility will address the growing needs for public transit, provide sufficient parking, and increase safety for passengers. Loveland CO $1,480,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Vail This project will expand the fleet of battery electric buses and construct the associated charging infrastructure. Vail CO $1,700,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Colorado State University - Pueblo This project will support research, testing, engineering, and training services at the Transportation Technology Center outside of Pueblo. This will help establish this facility as a vibrant, engaging, and modern center for railroad and ground transportation safety, security, and innovation. Pueblo CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Glenwood Springs, CO This project will enable facility upgrades and exterior rehabilitation work needed to maintain the Glenwood Springs Community Arts Center Historic building for public use. The Community Arts Center hosts arts and cultural programming for residents of all ages, backgrounds, and incomes. Glenwood Springs CO $1,960,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Colorado West Healthcare dba Community Hospital This project enables Community Hospital to build housing units for staff and short-term stay units for patients and their families who are seeking care at the hospital. Grand Junction CO $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will provide a multi modal transportation corridor where four schools are located and provide a safe route for pedestrians and cyclists while also alleviating traffic congestion. Fruita CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Thornton This project will expand a fleet of electric vehicles for the City of Thornton’s municipal use and build out the charging infrastructure. Thornton CO $386,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Snowmass Village This project will expand a fleet of electric vehicles to begin the transition of the Village Shuttle toward all zero emission vehicles. Snowmass Village CO $700,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies GJ Blackout This project will enable the construction of the Blackout Sports Fieldhouse. This new facility will provide the space and resources needed to allow all local youth sports organizations and clubs to execute their operational activities, including practice, gym resources, tournament hosting, and a facility where they can host home games. Grand Junction CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will support the construction of a transportation corridor that safely accommodates all modes of travel by creating a safe, slow-speed road for pedestrians, bikes, and vehicles. Mesa County CO $1,920,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Mesa County, Grand Valley Transit in collaboration This project will expand the Grand Valley Transit bus fleet with four new compressed natural gas powered buses. Mesa County CO $1,135,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Longmont This project will advance multimodal transportation improvements and expand access to the state-of-the-art transit hub in Longmont, CO. Longmont CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will support efforts to make outdoor adventure activities in Denver’s Mountain Parks and Urban Parks system more accessible by establishing four outdoor recreation gear libraries. These gear libraries help Denver promote healthy lifestyles and help engage more children, families, and older adults in the outdoors. Denver CO $800,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver, Inc. This project will enable the construction of 56 new affordable housing units in the Elyria Swansea neighborhood of Denver. Denver CO $2,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Adams County Colorado This project will support the design and construction of the Veterans Memorial Amphitheater. This facility will allow for multi-generational use by the community and honor our veterans’ service. Brighton CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Pitkin County (Aspen Pitkin County Airport) This project will support the design of a new air traffic control tower and the demolition and removal of the existing facility. These upgrades are essential for the safety and security of the airport. Aspen CO $2,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies La Raza Services, Inc. dba Servicios de La Raza This project will renovate an office building to create a Community Center to serve low-income community members. This facility will provide workforce development training, certifications, financial literacy, and a variety of wraparound services that address equity gaps and the social determinants of health. Denver CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CDOT This project will support the construction of a wildlife crossing at I-70 & Genesee on Floyd Hill. Genesee CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Denver International Airport This project will enable Denver International Airport to expand its inventory of Advanced Imaging Technology (eAIT) - or body scanners - as the airport continues its Phase II expansion project. This will increase passenger safety in an organized manner. . Denver CO $3,150,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Homeland Security Mikvah of East Denver The project would expand the technical and security infrastructure at the Mikvah of East Denver. This will ensure the safety of the Jewish community's ritual immersion pool and those that use it. Denver CO $88,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Homeland Security City of Monte Vista This project would enable the City of Monte Vista to create a fully equipped Emergency Operations Center. This center will likely serve six counties in the San Luis Valley, offering disaster response support. Monte Vista CO $828,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Homeland Security Hinsdale County This project will enable the construction of a Hinsdale County Operations Center that will house essential County operations in one modern, energy-efficient and sustainable building. A centralized location for all emergency services will allow the county to better respond to and address local emergencies and law enforcement operations. Lake City CO $1,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Homeland Security Jefferson County Sheriff's Office The project will enable the renovation of a larger Emergency Operations Center. This will allow the County to better address increasing hazards and complex needs in their communities. Golden CO $480,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Homeland Security Prowers County This project will allow the Prowers County Rural Fire Department to build a new fire station. Prowers County has outgrown the current space and a new station will decrease response times and increase capacity to respond to incidents in the 1,100 square miles it covers. Lamar CO $1,125,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Homeland Security Del Norte Fire Protection District This project will enable the construction of a public safety complex to house local emergency operations, first responders, and a law enforcement training center. Del Norte CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Homeland Security Huerfano County This project will help Huerfano County construct a new, permanent Emergency Operation and Dispatch Center. Walsenburg CO $5,594,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Homeland Security Prowers County This project will allow Prowers County to develop and implement a scholarship and training program for first responders. This will help address the shortage of emergency medical staff for ambulance services throughout the county. Lamar CO $188,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Homeland Security Chaffee County Government This project will help Chaffee County construct a new Public Safety Complex to house local law enforcement and emergency operations staff. This will enable Chaffee County to better respond to local emergencies. Buena Vista CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Fort Lewis College This project will allow Fort Lewis College, in partnership with the University of Colorado Anschutz College of Nursing, to create a four-year degree in nursing. This program will adopt inclusive teaching practices and provide solutions to nursing shortages in rural areas, health inequities in diverse communities, and the profession’s need for economic diversification. Durango CO $1,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies National Jewish Health This project will develop a program in respiratory viral illnesses focused on patients with chronic respiratory, cardiac, and immunologic diseases to enhance the management of patients with COVID-19 and inform treatment and prevention of influenza and other respiratory infections in future pandemics. Funds will renovate and update an existing space to house the program and provide new equipment to enable treatment and research. Denver CO $6,075,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies One Colorado Education Fund This project will support a LGBTQ health needs assessment that will examine the health and social inequities faced by LGBTQ Coloradans, especially those who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), rural residents, or older adults. The purpose of the project is to deeply examine and understand the barriers these communities face and develop actionable recommendations to advance equality for the LGBTQ community. Denver CO $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies National Civic League This project will enable four pilot communities in Colorado to create and implement plans to improve opportunities and quality of life for older adults. Through regional workshops for service providers and continued technical assistance, this program will help these Colorado communities learn techniques to make sure their programs for older adults are inclusive and incorporate equity and inclusion. El Paso, Huerfano, Las Animas, Logan, and Summit Counties CO $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Inner City Health Center This project will support clinic renovations for Inner City Health Center. Funding will concentrate on renovating existing medical exam rooms, dental operations, a community outreach department, and the addition of a physical activity center, and auxiliary clinical space. Denver CO $2,820,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Vail Health This project will help construct a 28-bed psychiatric facility for adolescents and adults. This new clinic will be the only inpatient facility between Denver and Grand Junction and it will provide care for patients from the surrounding rural communities and from across Colorado, addressing a gap in behavioral health beds across the state. Edwards CO $5,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies MarillacHealth This project will support the construction of a new care site and center of operations on the new Clifton Community Commons, a 27-acre landmark civic project that will include a library, gymnasium, community center, playgrounds and an early childhood training/care center. With the new, expanded facility, MarillacHealth will expand access to health care for the underserved areas of Clifton, Fruitvale and the surrounding unincorporated areas of Mesa County. Clifton CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Aurora Comprehensive Community Mental Health Cente This project will support the design and construction of a new 50,000 square foot Acute Care Center. The new facility will co-locate walk-in crisis services, substance use programs, and in-patient stabilization units to provide one immediate access point for all mental and behavioral health care services. Aurora CO $8,901,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center This project will enable Spanish Peaks Regional Health Center to acquire and install a da Vinci X Single Console System, which provides a magnified, high-definition 3-D image for more precise surgical capabilities. This system will improve patient care, lower health care costs, and expand access to lifesaving procedures closer to home for residents across the region. Walsenburg CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Colorado State University This project will develop a framework to identify novel, efficient strategies for controlling diseases spread by mosquitoes, with an emphasis on West Nile Virus. Colorado State University and local partners will develop strategies to predict local outbreaks and control disease spread with the goal of implementing strategies nationwide. Fort Collins CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Best Buddies International, Inc. This project will establish and deliver community-based inclusion services for students with and without disabilities at 22 elementary, middle, and high schools across the state. Programs provide opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, assisting the development of social skills which are essential to success in the community and the workplace following school. Boulder, Douglas, El Paso, Grand, Jefferson, Summit, and Weld counties CO $332,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Colorado This project will allow the University of Colorado to scale up four educational bridge programs serving rural, first generation, and underrepresented undergraduate and aspiring graduate students. These programs establish networks and support systems to enable students to thrive personally and academically, provide mentors, research and other academic experiences, high touch advising and more. Boulder CO $1,382,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Denver Health & Hospital System This project will expand access to dental and radiology services at Denver Health. Specifically, the project will establish a mobile dental clinic, provide training for dental assistants, and renovate vacant space in the Lowry clinic to install 3-D mammography, X-ray, and ultrasound machines. Denver CO $3,188,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies CareerWise Colorado This project will further develop two existing youth apprenticeship programs for nursing and future educators. CareerWise will partner with four school districts to design in-school pre-apprenticeship classes for high school sophomores. Denver CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Mountain Family Health Centers This project will relocate and expand the Mountain Family Health Centers school-based health center to improve student access to and the provision of integrated medical, behavioral, and dental health care. Carbondale CO $450,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Denver Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) This project will expand child abuse and neglect prevention education, advocacy, and mental health treatment services in Denver Public Schools. This program will provide dedicated staff to provide education around child abuse prevention and guidance and support to families, teachers, counselors, and schools to report and address child abuse cases. Denver CO $232,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Morgan Community College This project will enable the Morgan Community College Nursing Program to provide necessary simulation equipment. High fidelity simulation provides students with learning opportunities, and technical skills development, and fosters critical reasoning skills without needing real human patients. Fort Morgan CO $274,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Institute for Racial Equity and Excellence This project will develop a program to train a diverse coalition of early childhood educators. This program will address the shortages in providers of color and ensure a network of technical assistance for licensing compliance, career guidance, mental health services, and business support. Aurora CO $663,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Aurora Community Connection This project would expand mental health services by hiring another full-time therapist to reach more families through direct therapy sessions. Additionally, funds would cover the cost of clinical supervision for one of our current full-time psychotherapists. Aurora CO $42,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Colorado, Colorado Springs This project will expand the Greater Resilience Information Toolkit (GRIT), a free virtual mental health training program, to include substance use and suicide prevention training, Spanish translations, and incorporating a continuum of care model. GRIT programs create resilience networks within communities, especially rural and underserved, as they emerge from the pandemic and prepare them for future disasters. Colorado Springs CO $925,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies WorkLife Partnership This project will expand statewide supportive services to approximately 450 incumbent workers. The Worker Supports Initiative will help workers meet their basic needs to achieve improved job retention and economic mobility for frontline and lower-wage workers in Colorado through direct support to workers, individualized coaching, and Resource Navigators. Denver CO $475,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Denver's Early Childhood Council This project will strengthen Denver’s early childhood education system, infrastructure, and workforce recruitment and retention. Through career navigation consultation, professional development programs, and systems-building work to strengthen partnerships, Denver’s Early Childhood Council will help create a thriving early childhood sector. Denver CO $50,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Catalyst Campus This project will establish a workforce training program for jobs in high-tech industries. Catalyst Campus will address the lack of a qualified workforce through a comprehensive, technical approach that will provide a faster on-ramp to jobs in the aerospace and defense sectors. Colorado Springs CO $484,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Young Aspiring Americans for Social and Political This project will enable the establishment of a Y Incubator, a center that addresses academic and workforce development opportunity gaps for youth in Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities. The Y Incubator will offer a workforce center space for youth to increase dignified work experiences, skill building, and pathways for future economic opportunity in the public administration, education, and health sectors. Arapahoe County CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies CrossPurpose This project will renovate and update a facility to house a workforce training program. This facility will train 200 individuals per year into new jobs in at least 15 career tracks in industries such as medical, CDL drivers, aviation, and trades. Arvada CO $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Second Chance Center, Inc. This project will expand services provided by the Second Chance Center to assist with reentry services for formerly incarcerated individuals. Services provided include health care, mental health care, peer mentoring and the practical support individuals need to maintain healthy lives. Aurora CO $2,126,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies South Routt Medical Center This project will enable the South Routt Medical Center to expand and update their facility. This will enable them to continue to meet the demand for medical, dental, and physical therapy services in the community. Oak Creek CO $1,986,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will support the design and restoration of historic buildings at Mt Morrison Civilian Conservation Corps Camp. The restored facilities will serve as the center for workforce training programs and provide for continued use of the camp. Morrison CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Metropolitan State University of Denver This project would double the number of students engaged in meaningful work-based learning at Metropolitan State University. Expanding access to earn-and-learn programs will allow students to overcome financial barriers and better prepare themselves for the workforce. Denver CO $900,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Make a Chess Move MACM This project disrupts the school-to-prison pipeline by developing tenacious learners, compassionate leaders, and ethically-driven critical thinkers to build a just society through the game of chess. Denver CO $322,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Colorado Nonprofit Development Center dba Benefits This project will support program costs for adding financial education programs to the curricula of Benefits in Action . Funds will support education and benefits navigation to increase financial literacy and quality of life. Lakewood CO $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hire Heroes USA This project will enable Hire Heroes USA to train more unemployed veterans for meaningful employment and hiring managers for veteran on-boarding and retention in the workforce. Colorado Springs CO $850,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Womxn from the Mountain This project would support transformative educational programming and allow for safe cultural spaces where teaching and learning is oriented to Indigenous cultural contexts and cultural narratives. Funding would go toward program and curricula development and securing a location to house these programs. Denver CO $1,355,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Fuerza Latina This project would fund a personal leadership program aimed at members of the Hispanic community to grow and develop their potential to act, influence, and positively impact their family and community environment. Fort Collins CO $10,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project would create career pathways and expand employment opportunities for people from under-resourced communities, facilitating a just transition to a clean energy workforce. This program will support workforce training programs and wraparound services for students to build skills and competitiveness in the workforce. Denver CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Salud Family Health This project would cover the remaining construction costs to expand the size of the existing pharmacy, provide drive-thru access to the pharmacy, and provide after-hours access for patients. This will enable Salud Family Health to provide convenient access to their patients and meet current demand. Longmont CO $651,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies 9Health:365 This project would support health fairs with screening, vaccinations, and education opportunities to advance health equity. These health fairs will meet the immediate preventive health needs of marginalized communities, grow awareness of community resources, and create a culture of coordinated care. Adams and Arapahoe Counties CO $950,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Im'Unique This project would allow Im’Unique to expand health and wellness programs as communities continue to experience the ebbs and flows of the COVID-19 pandemic. Funding will allow the organization to amplify outreach on youth empowerment programs, outdoor recreation and physical health programs, and other programs and events to cultivate and inspire healthy lifestyles mentally, physically, emotionally, and socially in the Metro Denver community. Denver CO $1,212,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Colorado Consumer Health Initiative This project will enhance the statewide services of the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative's (CCHI) successful Consumer Assistance Program which helps Colorado consumers navigate the complex health care system, and resolve medical billing, debt, and prescription drug affordability issues. CCHI will expand programming to meet growing demand for navigation services and to provide insurance enrollment services to help Coloradans enroll in the most appropriate coverage for their needs. Denver CO $266,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Imagination Library of Colorado This project will expand the Imagination Library of Colorado and increase access to age-appropriate books to over 5,000 children in 20 Colorado counties.This program promotes kindergarten readiness by providing one free book per month for enrolled children from birth to age 5. Denver CO $251,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative This project would expand IMPACT Behavioral Health into rural, western Colorado. IMPACT establishes an integrated perinatal behavioral health care network which spans prenatal, hospital, and postpartum care and improves screening, diagnosis, and treatment of perinatal behavioral health needs through community-derived strategies, including care navigation and increased social and peer support. Eagle, Garfield, Pitkin, and Summit Counties CO $287,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project provides workforce development programs to young adults aged 16-24 in the field of natural resource management, restoration, trail building, park maintenance and climate adaptation. Denver CO $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Northwest Colorado Health This project will purchase an ADA accessible van to transport older adults to community settings and events, medical appointments, and social gatherings for the Haven Assisted Living and Community Center. This project will support better quality of life, decreased isolation, affordable housing, and intergenerational community in rural Colorado. Hayden CO $80,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Developmental Opportunities Inc DBA Starpoint This project will expand the fleet of accessible vehicles for Starpoint to provide transportation to over 200 individuals with developmental and physical disabilities in a rural community. Canon City CO $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Adams State University This project will enhance mental health support services to address high rates of mental health crises in college students. Expanding access to mental health and advisory services will help improve retention and completion rates. Alamosa CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition (CSPC) This project would support at least five cohorts in the Providers Advancing School Outcomes (PASO) program across the Denver Metro Area. PASO is a unique, long-term, comprehensive job training program which recruits, educates, equips, and mobilizes providers to become early childhood educators who are able to prepare children to be ready for school. Denver, Jefferson, Adams, and Arapahoe Counties CO $400,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies South Routt School District This project will enable technology and security upgrades to prevent the entry of unauthorized individuals into schools. It will also enable school officials to monitor school buildings and grounds in the event of a school shooting or other safety emergency. Routt County CO $210,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Lutheran Hospital Association of the San Luis Vall This project would construct additional facilities to allow for the transition of current double-occupancy rooms to private rooms. This will increase the number of private rooms, improve patient safety, update bathrooms for ADA compliance, and improve functionality. Alamosa CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Lyons Emergency & Assistance Fund (LEAF) This project will renovate a warehouse to house a co-located space for human service programs such as Meals on Wheels, a food pantry, and mental wellness and addiction services. This facility will also include a medical clinic and a civic meeting/community staging area in the event of an emergency such as wildfire or flood, as well as the ability to partner with local law enforcement to provide co-responder programming. Lyons CO $575,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County (ECPAC This project will expand direct support to families through care navigation and provide basic needs such as emergency food items, diapers, and other items. The expansion of the Commerce City Community Campus (C4) Wellness Hub will provide easy access to high-quality, coordinated whole-person healthcare services and social support. Commerce City CO $90,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Developmental Opportunities Inc. DBA Starpoint This project will help a non-profit open a small business that will double as a training opportunity for individuals with developmental disabilities to learn job duties and skills to build a resume. Canon City CO $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Vuela for Health This project will expand access to screenings for prediabetes and diabetes, overweight and obesity calculations, chronic kidney disease, and hypertension in the Latino community. This program will create access points through trusted local organizations to ensure patients feel safe accessing these preventative health services. Denver CO $466,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus This project will develop and implement certification in rural public health for medical students at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus to better prepare students to practice in rural communities. Aurora CO $784,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Out Boulder County This project will expand bus capacity for the mental health and recovery support services program to reach more underserved, marginalized LGBTQ+ youth and adults. These buses will facilitate pro-social activities, access to mental health program activities for clientele and youth program participants, and make a mobile mental health unit possible. Boulder CO $481,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project would establish a wellness network of private behavioral health providers to treat anxiety, depression, PTSD, suicidal ideation, and increasing substance use. The program seeks to increase use of these services by matching providers with participants according to gender identity, race/ethnicity, age, and sexual orientation so the participant can work with a providerthey identify with and increase their trust. Denver CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Pueblo City-County Library District This project will expand the Patrick A. Lucero Library to better accommodate its high-level of use. This expansion and renovation will increase the size of the library by one-third to allow for expanded services and more meeting room space for the community. Pueblo CO $1,113,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Pioneers Medical Center This project will assist with the construction of an assisted living facility in a rural community. Pioneers Medical Center has identified this assisted living facility as a top community need to allow people to age in their own community with access to the care and support they need. Meeker CO $8,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Community College of Denver This project will pilot a workforce development program for students in business and information technology programs. This program will provide students with the data and support to navigate their career aspirations. Denver CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Southwest Colorado Education Collaborative This project will support a workforce development program in the health services, education, and building trades sectors. This program will build a regional health sciences mobile learning lab, acquire technology for the education pathway, and increase internships and certifications for building trades. Durango CO $790,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Volunteers of America Colorado This project will support vital infrastructure improvements for the Volunteers of America (VOA) Administrative Services Center. This will allow VOA to assist Coloradans with needed services. Denver CO $470,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Montezuma County Senior Services This project will enhance Montezuma County Senior Services by developing outreach programs for seniors. The specific activities will include in-home visitation to provide education on matters of aging, health, finances, social isolation, and more. Montezuma CO $120,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Delta Health This project will support remodeling a building to provide additional clinic space. This would allow for additional cardiology and orthopedic clinic space in Delta County. Delta CO $128,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Colorado Denver This project will engage students in helping shape curriculum and improve student support services through equitable practices to promote access and retention. Denver CO $995,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Challenge Aspen This project will provide transportation for individuals with disabilities participating in Challenge Aspen's Recreational, Educational and Cultural program and Challenge Aspen Military Opportunities program with a shared wheelchair accessible all-wheel drive van. Snowmass Village CO $94,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Fremont RE-2 School District This project will expand workforce development programs with local school districts, Pueblo Community College, and local businesses. The program seeks to reinvent how schools in the region can use resources and provide an outstanding education for rural students by offering access to robust college and career pathways across the county. Fremont County CO $875,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Adaptive Adventures This project would increase organizational capacity to serve more children, adults, and veterans with physical disabilities and their families. Adaptive Adventures works to alleviate health care costs by improving an individual’s overall physical health and wellness by removing barriers to their participation in outdoor sports. Westminster CO $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Banner Health This project would expand access to career pathway services, including career counseling, job shadowing, mentorship and navigation services. This will help to increase the workforce of frontline, essential health care workers. Larimer, Logan, Morgan, and Weld Counties CO $717,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Colorado This project will leverage expertise in opioid overdose, suicide, firearm injury, and motor vehicle fatality prevention to develop research into practice and policy solutions. The Injury and Violence Prevention Center at CU Anschutz is poised to be a national leader in injury and violence prevention serving Colorado, the Mountain West, and the nation. Aurora CO $461,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Health Solutions This project would renovate and remodel a building to support the augmentation and enhancement of integrated primary care and behavioral health care services to treat the whole person. This new facility will be a one-stop shop for primary care, care coordinator access, outpatient behavioral health, substance use disorder treatment, mental health services, and early childhood services. Pueblo CO $5,707,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Colorado West Healthcare dba Community Hospital This project would develop and implement an On-the-Job Training to Career Program to aid in the development of the health care workforce in Mesa County. This program will not only aid in the development of talent, it will also allow timely entry of critical knowledge, skills and abilities into the health care workforce. Grand Junction CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Challenge Aspen This project provides inclusive opportunities for skiers and snowboarders with disabilities to access race training and participation through a nationally recognized recreational race competition. Snowmass Village CO $50,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Delta Health This project will fund the renovation of staff housing for contract and traveling healthcare professionals. Due to the current shortage of healthcare professionals, Delta Health has increasingly utilized contract and traveling healthcare professionals to address community health needs Delta CO $190,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Colorado Health Institue This project will develop a strategic plan for the mental health care workforce needed to address the increased burden of climate change on a behavioral health system already stretched thin by the pandemic. Denver CO $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies La Plata County This project will convert an unused building into a facility for the treatment of substance abuse.This facility will serve the five counties in the Southwest Region of Colorado. La Plata CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies National Association of Charter School Authorizers The project will develop and disseminate national tools for incorporating adaptable, accessible, equitable, and community responsive metrics to gauge school quality, helping to guide and accelerate student learning. Boulder CO $980,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Childrens Hospital of Colorado This project will develop and expand two programs that together will enhance access to mental health care and improve linguistic responsiveness in mental health services for children and youth in Aurora and the broader Denver metro area. Aurora CO $669,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Silver SPRUCE Academy, Inc. This project would help construct a new community learning campus for Silver SPRUCE Academy. This facility would offer programs including music lessons, sign language, hunters’ education, Lego Robotics, Summer Camps, and other classes and events. Durango CO $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Hope House Colorado This project will support the construction of a new Early Learning Center on the Hope House Colorado campus in Arvada. This new facility will expand access to full-time quality licensed childcare to over 100 children of teen mothers served by Hope House Colorado. Arvada CO $620,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Lutheran Hospital Association of the San Luis Vall This project will renovate an apartment complex into nine affordable housing units adjacent to the San Luis Valley Health Alamosa campus. Planned renovations will make this a viable housing option for the local health care workforce and increase capacity for recruitment and retention in this rural community. Alamosa CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Focus Points Family Resource Center This project expands a workforce development program, Huerta Urbana, at Focus Points’ urban farm. Participants will receive extensive technical training on container farm operations to prepare for careers in urban agriculture and food grown through this program will address urban food deserts. Denver CO $451,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Southeastern Developmental Service This project will support individuals with developmental disabilities achieve their fullest potential while living in their local community. This program provides educational day programs, vocational programming, transportation, medical services, independent living support, and residential living options in distressed, rural communities. Lamar CO $8,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies YMCA of Northern Colorado This project will convert the Mary Blair Elementary School building into a community center run by the YMCA of Northern Colorado. Local residents will benefit from a wide array of services for the entire family including sports, wellness and social programming, fitness, and aquatics in addition to high-quality affordable preschool, day camps, and before and after school care. Loveland CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Family Confirmation Project This project would purchase a facility so that program partners have a space to assist families in crisis with securing safe housing, employment assistance, financial literacy education and mental health services. Guided by a community navigator, families will temporarily reside at the facility and receive wraparound support onsite. Aurora CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Round Mountain Water and Sanitation District This project will help to install a new technology pilot project at the Round Mountain Wastewater Treatment facility to improve capacity and compliance. This will allow the facility to better meet the needs of the community. Westcliffe CO $2,891,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Fairplay This project will upgrade the water filtration plant and construct a new treatment facility and storage tank for municipal water. This will allow the Town of Fairplay to sustainably deliver clean drinking water to the residents, businesses, and visitors with capacity for future growth. Fairplay CO $2,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Naturita This project will upgrade the water filtration plant and construct a new treatment facility and storage tank for municipal water. This will allow the Town of Fairplay to sustainably deliver clean drinking water to the residents, businesses, and visitors with capacity for future growth. Naturita CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Brighton This project will enhance Brighton’s non-potable water system by constructing a pump station and irrigation mainlines at one of the city's reservoirs. This construction would allow untreated water to be used for commercial landscaping, parks and open space, and irrigation while reducing unnecessary treatment costs. Brighton CO $3,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Colorado State Forest Service This project will help treat 5,354 acres of non-federal public lands across 14 counties.This will increase the pace and scale of these projects, reduce wildfire risk to communities, watersheds, and critical infrastructure, improve forest health and resiliency, and decrease recovery costs. Fort Collins CO $9,267,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Southern Ute Indian Tribe This project would support a rehabilitation project on the Pine River Indian Irrigation Project (PRIIP) in southwest Colorado. Improvements to infrastructure along the PRIIP will allow this system to finally deliver irrigation water to approximately 12,000 acres of land and hundreds of Tribal and non-tribal community members. Ignacio CO $2,850,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Republican River Water Conservation District This project would support restoration of the South Fork of the Republican River Channel at the former Bonny Reservoir site. This restoration will manage sediment and water-consuming plants in the reservoir bottom to preserve river health. Burlington CO $8,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Delta This project will help replace an aged waterline to serve 40% of water customers in north Delta, CO. Replacing the old water line will make access to water more reliable for the community. Delta County CO $980,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Beulah Water Works District The project will help install a 500,000 gallon raw water storage tank near Beulah’s water treatment plant. This new storage system will create resilience and ensure year round access to water for this small, rural community experiencing long-term drought conditions. Beulah CO $1,056,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Craig This project will enable the construction of a new water main from the Yampa River to multiple locations within the City of Craig. This project will have multiple benefits for the community, including increasing municipal and wildland firefighting and allowing for future growth in the community. Craig CO $3,856,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of La Jara This project would make improvements to the existing wastewater treatment facilities for the Town of La Jara. This will enable the town to meet current demands and maintain compliance to health standards. La Jara CO $600,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Cottonwood Water and Sanitation District This project will support engineering and construction of infrastructure to remove iron and manganese from water delivered to its 41,000 customers. This will enable the Joint Water Purification Plant to better process intake water from Cherry Creek and provide purer clean drinking water. Englewood CO $1,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Fort Lewis College This project will create new natural resource-focused workforce development certificate programs to support healthy watersheds and forests. The new certificate programs will build a workforce pipeline to meet regional needs and help address forest restoration, watershed health, and wildfire mitigation. Durango CO $733,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Three Lakes Water and Sanitation District This project would begin construction to convert over 660 properties from septic to the central sewage collection and treatment system. This septic conversion program aims to mitigate contamination risk to 9,100 acres of lakes and reservoirs at the headwaters to the Colorado River. Grand Lake CO $1,765,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Estes Park This project will build new drinking water infrastructure and separate it from sewer lines where they are currently co-located. This will provide safe, reliable drinking water service and allow future sanitation service improvements in a historic neighborhood that provides housing to low and moderately low-income families. Estes Park CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Pueblo This project will replace aging sewer line infrastructure. This will protect the health and wellness of the public from the introduction of raw, untreated sewage into the environment. Pueblo CO $345,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Alamosa This project will enable Alamosa to improve critical components of their wastewater system infrastructure. Alamosa, like many communities in Colorado, is in need of additional housing stock, and the community cannot build new housing without improving their wastewater infrastructure. Alamosa CO $635,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of DeBeque This project would replace or repair the aging/failing infrastructure of the wastewater treatment plant. These improvements are necessary for the health and safety of the community, to maintain compliance, and to avoid contamination of the Colorado River should the plant fail. De Beque CO $1,246,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Dominion Water & Sanitation District This project will help design a new wastewater treatment facility and enable future construction. This new facility will connect the community currently on septic systems to a reliable facility and prevent contamination of Chatfield Reservoir. Littleton CO $3,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Oak Creek This project will enable infrastructure improvements at the dam at Sheriff Reservoir. This reservoir is the main source of water for Oak Creek and improvements to this high-hazard dam will increase the security and integrity of the dam. Oak Creek CO $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Westminster This project would replace the aging water main infrastructure that provides clean drinking water to the historic Westminster area. The city actively invested in this area to support local neighborhoods and businesses, which will benefit from reliable access to drinking water. Westminster CO $5,001,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Silverton This project supports treatment plant and collections system repairs and upgrades. These infrastructure improvements are necessary to eliminate current inflow and infiltration problems which cause treatment, heavy metals, and flow compliance issues. Silverton CO $2,111,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Rifle This project will enable the City of Rifle to replace the Penwell transmission line - a critical water transmission line running from the water treatment plant to the storage tanks. The current line is aging and frequently experiences leaks which lead to water outages for significant portions of the community; a new line will secure reliable access to water. Rifle CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Willow Brook Metropolitan District This project would support a 33-acre wildfire hazardous fuels reduction project on federal lands within the Eagles Nest Wilderness Area. This will provide a vital wildfire buffer zone around a neighborhood in Summit County. Summit County CO $70,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Paonia The project will repair four of the seven collection boxes that gather water from 16 natural springs and transmit it to the town’s water treatment facilities. This would secure reliable access to water for the small, rural community. Paonia CO $772,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Friends of the Lower Blue River This project would support an assessment of over 3,000 acres of wetland and riparian landscapes in the lower Blue River valley to determine regional climate resilience. The assessment will guide prescribed stewardship practices enacted on public and private land to improve climate resilience and enhance an ecosystem that proactively captures carbon, provides water to the western United States, and reduces risk of severe wildfire. Silverthorne CO $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Montezuma County This project will enhance the efforts to eradicate tamarisk Russian Olive and Saltcedar Trees, and replace them with local native species and agricultural crops. Funding will support the County Noxious Weeds Department to expand their crew and access heavy equipment to restore the land. Montezuma County CO $210,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Sedalia Water and Sanitation District This project would help replace aging water infrastructure and increase the resiliency of the new system. This project includes improvements necessary to support the health and safety of local residents. Douglas County CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Louviers Water and Sanitation District This project will help connect the Louviers Water and Sanitation District to a new water source and replace water infrastructure. This will allow Louviers to reduce radium levels in its water supply and maintain access to a reliable water source. Louviers CO $3,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Colorado Parks and Wildlife This project will design and implement a stream restoration program to improve the aquatic environment along a 17 mile stretch of the upper Colorado River. This will benefit fish habitat throughout this section of the river. Grand County CO $1,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Silverthorne This project would complete a Sanitary Sewer Plan Update to ensure that the water distribution and treatment system continues to meet community needs and exceed local standards. The population of this community has more than doubled since the last plan was completed and ongoing development requires new assessment to prioritize future construction projects and sewer needs. Silverthorne CO $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Rio Grande County This project would provide safety, information, and preservation of the natural beauty and history of the Summitville mine. This will ensure safe and informed access to public areas of the Superfund site through signage , protective barriers, and recreation and open space renovation, highlighting the rich history of the area. Del Norte CO $210,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Inverness Water and Sanitation District This project will replace an old iron pipeline with a new PVC pipeline. This will allow Inverness Water to continue to reuse treated water from the wastewater treatment for irrigation for public parks and commercial properties. Englewood CO $950,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Yampa Valley Housing Authority This project would enable public water system infrastructure upgrades with the construction of a new water distribution main. This new water main will allow for north/south transmission and is necessary to develop an 11-acre site for 200 workforce housing units. Steamboat Springs CO $633,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Buena Vista This project would complete Phase 2 of improvements to the community’s water treatment facility. This will allow Buena Vista to continue to provide clean drinking water as the community continues to grow. Buena Vista CO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Pueblo This project will enable proactive lake management strategies that will restore the ecosystem of Lake Minnequa. By removing debris, deep-rooted plants, and sediment, this project will help improve water quality and create a balanced ecosystem for aquatic plants and wildlife. Pueblo CO $1,230,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The Trust for Public Land This project will help conserve approximately 3,327 acres of forestland in the Gunnison River Basin. This will help protect these lands from future development in critical wildlife habitat, conserve the health of a critical watershed, and support active timber management. Crawford CO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Project 7 Water Authority This project will secure safe drinking water for nearly 60,000 people in Delta, Montrose, and Ouray counties in rural southwestern Colorado. This project creates a secondary potable water source to prevent an emergency water shortage by mitigating risks associated with aging infrastructure, wildfire, prolonged drought and contamination. Montrose CO $12,025,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Minturn This project would begin the construction of a new water treatment plant to replace the town’s 60 year old existing plant. Upgrading the water treatment plant will allow the community to better manage fluctuating water levels and provide reliable access to clean drinking water. Minturn CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Englewood The project would replace lead water service lines from the main municipal water line to customers’ home plumbing. This will improve public health and safety in the community. Arapahoe County CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Aurora This project replaces and upgrades aging drinking water transmission pipelines to prevent contamination, leaks, and breaks in the pipes. Approximately 13,260 feet of piping would be replaced to improve access to clean drinking water. Aurora CO $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Central City Opera House Association This project would support necessary renovations to Central City Opera House Association’s historic properties. This will allow Central City to expand use of these historic properties, including the Historic Central City Opera House, the Opera House Workshop and Cast House and the Teller House. Central City CO $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Arapahoe County Water and Wastewater Authority This project would support the construction of a redundant water pipeline to convey water east to west across Arapahoe County. A failure of the current pipeline would restrict access to clean drinking water on the western side of the county. Centennial CO $375,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Northglenn This project would support the construction of a new public park. The vacant land, recently named "Odell Barry Park," will include a nature-themed playground, an adventure course, shaded seating areas, and native grasses and low-water perennials for climate-conscious landscaping. Northglenn CO $4,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies History Colorado This project would help create the Black Heritage Trail, a statewide initiative that will connect sites and stories across Colorado to deliver rich historical and educational content. History Colorado seeks to connect participants with the African American experience in Colorado from pioneer days to the Jazz Age to the Civil Rights era to modern times. Denver CO $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Thornton This project will help convert city landscaping to native multi-species shortgrass. This conservation approach will provide educational and experiential opportunities for citizens to engage in the natural environment and reduce water use for the city. Thornton CO $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Inverness Water and Sanitation District This project would support the design and construction of water lines to connect three water providers in Arapahoe County. These inter-connections will improve the supply and reliability of water providers and build resilience for future climate impacts. Englewood CO $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Friends of the Front Range Wildlife Refuges This project would renovate the Contact Station at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge into the Lake Mary Learning Center. The Center would provide a facility that can host visitors, connect people to nature, provide engaging educational experiences, and improve outreach and partnerships. Commerce City CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Crested Butte This project will replace aging and debilitated raw water conveyance infrastructure located in the historic mining town of Irwin. These upgrades will improve access, operations, and safety at the site while also improving aquatic habitats and recreation downstream. Irwin CO $1,976,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Fruita This project would replace several miles of deteriorating sewer lines and upgrade the wastewater treatment facility. These upgrades will help the treatment facility better manage dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide, which cause damage across the wastewater system. Fruita CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies South Adams County Water and Sanitation District This project would upgrade the water treatment plant to remove elevated perfluorinated compound (PFAS) levels from groundwater used to supply drinking water. This will help deliver safe drinking water free of these forever chemicals to Commerce City residents. Adams County CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Dolores This project will help complete Phase 2 of the town’s water distribution system replacement project. In all, this project will help replace aging infrastructure and ensure the ability of the town to meet current and future needs. Dolores CO $2,616,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Friends of the Genoa Tower, Inc. This project will support the construction of water and wastewater infrastructure to the historic World’s Wonder View Tower. These infrastructure improvements will help support the community’s plans to renovate the Tower into a community and cultural space. Genoa CO $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Upper Thompson Sanitation District This project will support the construction of a new wastewater treatment facility and associated conveyance infrastructure. Updated infrastructure is required to replace the aging system, which is no longer able to meet current treatment needs. Estes Park CO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Regional Air Quality Council This project would assist Colorado landscaping businesses and municipal governments to replace gas-powered landscaping equipment with electric-powered equipment. This would help improve air quality and reduce emissions with environmentally friendly landscaping practices. Denver CO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City and County of Denver This project will enable the City and County of Denver to continue renovation of the historic May Bonfils Stanton Theatre at Loretto Heights and its connected library. Denver CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Blue Skies Therapeutic Riding This project will support a local program that provides equine therapy for all ages in rural northeast Colorado. Sedgwick County CO $10,000 Website Letter
Senator Bennet CO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Crested Butte This project will support infrastructure improvements at the wastewater treatment facility. These improvements will help the facility meet current and future needs, improve air quality, and reduce energy use. Crested Butte CO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Funding will support the Connecticut Agriculture Experiment Station's work to monitor tick populations and tick-borne pathogens New Haven, State of Connecticut CT $206,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Town of Winchester Funding will help replace an old public works garage in Winchester, Connecticut. Winchester CT $2,530,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Town of East Windsor Funding will support a building renovation to the East Windsor Scout Hall Youth Center to streamline town services for seniors and low-income residents East Windsor CT $2,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development Town of Madison Funding will help buy equipment and make necessary building modifications to improve energy reliability at the town's new emergency shelter Madison CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development Children's Community Development Center, Inc. Funding will help install solar panels that will provide electricity to three childcare centers in Westport, Connecticut. Westport CT $165,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development Town of Hamden Funding will help the town of Hamen purchase new energy efficiency equipment and make energy efficiency building improvements at the town's administrative office building. Hamden CT $600,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development Parent Child Center, Inc Funding will help purchase generators for energy reliability at childcare centers in Westport, Connecticut. Westport CT $55,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development Greater Bridgeport Community Enterprises, Inc. To fund the outreach, engagement and facilitation of a community-led, strategic clean energy plan for future energy conservation and renewable energy generation projects in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development City of Stamford Funding will help the city of Stamford upgrade its network of inefficient, high-pressure sodium-based streetlights to energy-saving LEDs streetlights. Stamford CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development Town of Manchester Funding will support energy efficiency upgrades at two public schools in Manchester, Connecticut Manchester CT $1,900,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Town of Plymouth Funding will support the construction of a new public safety facility in Plymouth, CT Plymouth CT $4,095,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Financial Services and General Government Connecticut Historical Society Funding would enable tens of thousands of records from American Revolution to be digitized and made publicly available through the Connecticut Digital Archive. Hartford CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Financial Services and General Government Connecticut Resource Conservation&Development Area Funding would create a Connecticut Veteran Farmer Educational Resource Hub and develop a Connecticut Veteran Farmer Grown marketing campaign. Haddam CT $550,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Financial Services and General Government Women's Business Development Council, Inc. Funding would support the expansion of the Women's Business Development Council programming to more women-owned businesses in Connecticut. Stamford CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Financial Services and General Government Town of Stonington Funding would pay for improvements to the Stonington Town Dock, which supports the operations of fishermen and wholesale food businesses. Stonington CT $900,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Financial Services and General Government CLiCK Inc. Funding for infrastructure improvements at a non-profit food hub in Willimantic, Connecticut. Windham CT $400,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Funding for completion of the Army Corps' feasibility study for rehabilitation of the flood protection system. East Hartford and Hartford CT $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Funding to dredge approximately 50,000 cubic yards of silt buildup from the federal channel in the Stony Creek Harbor. Branford CT $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Federal funding for dredging approximately 23,000 cubic yards of silt from the Guilford Harbor. Guilford CT $1,078,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Funding for dredging of approximately 70,000-100,000 cubic yards from the Branford Harbor and River. Branford CT $5,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Energy and Water Development U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Funding for developing the plans and specifications for dredging of the New Haven Harbor, as well as to help solicit a contract to complete the maintenance dredging. New Haven CT $14,075,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology Funding will construct the new Connecticut Manufacturing and Technology Innovation Center East Hartford CT $25,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership Funding will support Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership's work to reduce gun violence in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Bridgeport CT $237,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of New London Funding will purchase new emergency communication equipment in New London, Connecticut New London CT $2,218,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Bridgeport Funding will be used to purchase forensic technology for the Bridgeport Police Department. Bridgeport CT $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Greenwave Funding to launch the Connecticut Kelp Innovation Center to support a robust aquaculture and address reduce barriers to entry and scale. New Haven CT $2,390,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Sea Research Foundation, Inc. d/b/a Mystic Aquariu Funding to establish the Blue Economy Career Development Center to create a pipeline for underserved youth in Eastern Connecticut. Mystic CT $650,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Waterbury Police Department Funding for a summer basketball league to facilitate positive interactions between youth and police in Waterbury, CT Waterbury CT $141,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies University of Connecticut Funding to continue investment in the Ecological Modelling Institute at UConn. Storrs CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Town of Winchester Provide funding for new radios for police and emergency services in Winchester, CT Winchester CT $850,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Town of Weston Funding to purchase a new public safety communication system in Weston, CT Weston CT $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Town of New Fairfield Funding to purchase a new public safety communication system in New Fairfield, CT New Fairfield CT $2,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies North Branford Police Department Funding to upgrade the public safety communication system in North Branford, CT North Branford CT $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Bloomfield Police Department Funding for an upgrade to police car cruiser cameras in Bloomfield, CT Bloomfield CT $112,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Bloomfield Police Department Funding for a police department training room in Bloomfield, CT Bloomfield CT $40,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Town of East Windsor Funding to replace emergency radio equipment in East Windsor, CT East Windsor CT $1,941,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies University of Connecticut Funding to accelerate efforts to advance the development of a comprehensive long-term risk management framework and to expand the evaluation of mitigation methods of concrete affected by pyrrhotite. Storrs CT $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies University of Connecticut Funding for initiation of the Collaborative Institute for Marine Science and Coastal Resilience at Canal Dock in West Haven. University of New Haven CT $1,700,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies East Coast Shellfish Growers Association Funding for the necessary investments to maintain the broodstock, grow algal food, and preform the breeding work to deploy 100 selected lines of oysters at growout sites throughout New England. Milford CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Bridgeport Funding to improve radio interoperability in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $3,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Congregations Organized for a New Connecticut Funding to support firearm safety and reduce gun violence across Connecticut. Hamden CT $67,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies University of New Haven Funding to support a community-based gun violence reduction project at the University of New Haven West Haven CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Town of Brookfield Funding to upgrade the public safety communication system in Brookfield, CT Brookfield CT $5,900,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Stamford Funding to support the launch of a police training academy in Stamford, CT Stamford CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Waterbury Police Department Funding for technology at the City of Waterbury's Real-Time Crime and Pandemic Center Waterbury CT $930,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Hall Neighborhood House Funding to construct a new wing of the Hall Neighborhood House in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $6,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Boys & Girls Club of New Britain Funding to construct a wellness center at the Boys & Girls Club of New Britain New Britain CT $6,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Housing Authority of the City of Waterbury This funding will allow the Waterbury Housing Authority to complete the demolition of blighted structures in the West Grove St. area in order to make way for the construction of much-needed affordable housing. Waterbury CT $420,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of West Haven Funding to construct a new recreation facility in West Haven, CT. West Haven CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CCARC, Inc. Funding for property acquisition to increase disability services in New Britain, CT. New Britain CT $834,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Horizons, Inc. Funding for accessibility upgrades at Horizons, Inc. in South Windham, CT. South Windham CT $380,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Airport Authority Funding for design and construction of building additions at the east and west ends of the main terminal at Bradley International Airport. Windsor Locks CT $22,221,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Trumbull Funding for construction of a veteran, first responder, and community center in Trumbull, CT. Trumbull CT $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Connecticut Audubon Society, Inc. Funding for construction of laboratory space to serve fishermen, students, and scientists in southeastern Connecticut. Old Lyme CT $2,050,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Winchester Funding for community center renovation project in Winchester, CT Winchester CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County Funding to construct ten affordable homes in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Community Renewal Team, Inc Funding to renovate bathrooms at family shelter in East Hartford, CT. East Hartford CT $98,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Annie C Courtney Foundation Inc Funding to purchase a multifamily home for foster youth in the Naugatuck Valley Waterbury CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of New Haven Funding for a commercial corridor revitalization project in New Haven, CT. New Haven CT $6,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Windsor Funding to construct a public park in Windsor, CT. Windsor CT $1,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Trust for Public Land Funding to create a 20-mile waterfront pathway in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $3,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Kennedy Center Funding for facility improvements at five sites that serve individuals with disabilities across Connecticut. Trumbull, Monroe, Hamden, Stratford CT $361,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Riverbrook Regional YMCA Funding to construct a new YMCA in Norwalk, CT. Norwalk CT $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments Funding for a revolving loan fund to support facade renovations in the Naugatuck Valley. Naugatuck Valley CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Waterbury Development Corporation Funding to construct a public recreational park in Waterbury, CT. Waterbury CT $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies United Workers Inc. DBA The Boys & Girls Club of N Upgrade Boys and Girls Club facility in New Haven, CT. New Haven CT $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Greater Dwight Development Corporation Funding for affordable housing renovation in New Haven, CT. New Haven CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Middletown Funding for riverfront remediation and development in Middletown,CT Middletown CT $6,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Durham Funding to renovate a town-owned building and create a community center in Durham, CT. Durham CT $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Open Hearth Association Funding for facility improvements at The Open Hearth in Hartford, CT. Hartford CT $130,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen, Inc. Funding for a new homeless service center at Downtown Evening Soup Kitchen in New Haven, CT. New Haven CT $1,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Eugene O’Neill Theater Center Funding for rehabilitation of Eugene O'Neill Theater Center. New London, Waterford CT $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Thames Valley Council for Community Action, Inc. Funding for a childcare center in Groton, CT. Groton CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of New London Funding will contribute to the overall cost of constructing a community center in New London, CT. New London CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Wethersfield, CT Funding to design and renovate a community space and food hub in Wethersfield, CT. Wethersfield CT $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Monroe Funding for community center acquisition in Monroe, CT Monroe CT $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Hartford Funding to improve Charter Oak Landing in Hartford, CT. Hartford CT $1,010,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Cheshire Funding to improve public parking in Cheshire, CT. Cheshire CT $1,350,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Foundation for Norfolk Living Funding for energy efficiency upgrades at an affordable housing project in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $170,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Barnum Museum Foundation Funding for the revitalization of Barnum Museum in Bridgeport, CT Bridgeport CT $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Mercy Housing Shelter Corporation Funding for equipment and facility repairs at four Mercy Housing and Shelter sites Hartford CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Real Art Ways Funding for expansion and facility renovations at Real Arts Way. Hartford CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Angel of Edgewood Funding for community cafe and training center in Hartford, CT. Hartford CT $533,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Lyman Allyn Art Museum Funding for an improvement project at Lyman Allyn Art Museum. New London CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Stamford Funding for design and constructinon of a new satellite of the Ferguson Library system on the East Side of Stamford. Stamford CT $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of East Haven Funding to construct a community center in East Haven, CT. East Haven CT $7,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Columbus House, Inc. Funding for preservation of housing units in New Haven, CT. Middletown CT $741,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Junior Republic (CJR) Funding for facilities improvements at their Cable Academic and Vocational Education Center Litchfield CT $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Waterbury Funding to rehabilitate community pool in Waterbury, CT. Waterbury CT $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Connecticut Audubon Society, Inc. Funding to restore the Edwin Way Teale Study and Visitor Center in Hampton, CT. Hampton CT $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Columbus House, Inc. Funding to convert congregate shelter in New Haven to a non-congregate design. New Haven CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for the design and environmental review of infrastructure improvements on Riverside Drive in Ansonia. Ansonia CT $3,804,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for design and rights-of-way for a portion of the East Coast Greenway in Bloomfield. Bloomfield CT $1,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for engineering and design of a trail segment between Ridgefield and Georgetown. Redding and Ridgefield CT $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for complete streets improvements on Broad Street in Windsor. Windsor CT $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for construction to improve vehicular safety on I-95 at Interchange 74 and address traffic operational concerns between Interchanges 74 and 75. East Lyme CT $30,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding to construct one-quarter mile of boardwalk on the Air Line Trail in East Hampton. East Hampton CT $1,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for construction of the final segment of the Hop River State Park trail in Coventry and Columbia. Coventry and Columbia CT $6,785,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for traffic improvements to address safety and operational issues in Middlebury and Waterbury. Middlebury and Waterbury CT $28,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for the surveying, design, and permitting for a 2.4 mile section of Naugatuck River Greenway Trail in Watertown. Watertown CT $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for the design and construction of a segment of the Naugatuck River Greenway Trail in Waterbury. Naugatuck CT $4,179,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for the final design and construction of a retaining wall in Norfolk. There are three deteriorating dry stacked stone retaining walls along US Route 44. Norfolk CT $15,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for a comprehensive planning study for the Norwalk River Valley Trail in southwestern Connecticut. Norwalk River Valley (Norwalk, Wilton, Redding, Ridgefield, Danbury) CT $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for design and construction of a multi-use path, sidewalk, and three pedestrian bridges in Oxford. Oxford’s “Main Street” is State Route 67. Oxford CT $3,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for construction to realign Lafayette Circle in Bridgeport. Bridgeport CT $7,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for engineering and design work for the rehabilitation of Bridge No. 02475 in Bridgeport. Bridgeport CT $15,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for engineering and design work for the rehabilitation of Bridge No. 03637 in Bridgeport. Bridgeport CT $12,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Federal funding for reconstruction of Bridge No. 02572 that carries US Route 1 over a local service road and an I-95 exit ramp. New London CT $12,120,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for the engineering and design of improvements to Route 229 in Bristol and Southington. Bristol and Southington CT $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for construction of pedestrian infrastructure near schools in Stamford. Stamford CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for the Shoreline Greenway Trail in New Haven. New Haven CT $9,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for design, environmental review, and construction of improvements to Huntingdon Avenue in Waterbury. Waterbury CT $17,600,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for design and construction for improvements to the West Main Street corridor in Waterbury. Waterbury CT $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for design, environmental planning, renovation, and reconstruction of the Washington Avenue Bridge and Washington Street in Waterbury. Waterbury CT $3,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for the replacement of 10 total signals at critical locations on state and local routes within Waterbury’s downtown. Waterbury CT $1,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for streetscaping and pedestrian-friendly improvements in Wilson. Windsor CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for design and construction of improvements to at-grade crossings to qualify for a ‘Quiet Zone’ designation in Windsor. Windsor CT $7,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Kennedy Center Funding to replace fourteen vehicles in the Kennedy Center’s fleet and procure software for transit management. Trumbull CT $990,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for bridge replacement, signal upgrades, and track realignment to increase train speeds in Stratford and Bridgeport. Stratford and Bridgeport CT $15,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding to restart and expand a shared electric mobility program in New Haven. New Haven CT $3,149,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies East End NRZ Market & Cafe Funding to support environmental remediation and redevelopment in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $2,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of West Hartford Funding to purchase a property and conduct a feasibility study to determine whether the existing property would be rehabilitated for affordable housing. West Hartford CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies CitySeed Funding to construct a new food hub in New Haven, CT. New Haven CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Hartford Land Bank Funding to establish a homeownership fund in Hartford, CT. Hartford CT $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Winchester Funding for downtown planning study in Winchester, CT. Winchester CT $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Bridgeport Funding for neighborhood revitalization and streetscaping project in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Windham Funding to replace a footbridge in Willimantic, CT Windham CT $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies United States Coast Guard Academy Alumni Assoc Funding to construct a Maritime Center of Excellence New London CT $8,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies MARC Community Resources, Ltd Funding to renovate a facility at Marc Community Resources in Middletown, CT Middletown CT $725,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Firebird Society of Greater New Haven, Inc. Funding for property acquisition and renovations for Firebird Society of Greater New Haven. New Haven CT $353,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies First Fire Taxation District of WH Funding for fire station expansion. West Haven CT $15,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Monroe Funding for fire station expansion. Town of Monroe CT $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments Funding for new fire training school. Beacon Falls CT $17,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of Oxford Funding to expand the Emergency Operations Center in Oxford, CT. Oxford CT $30,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security CT Dep of Emergency Services and Public Protection Funding to create a State Interagency Coordination Center 24- hour Watch Desk located at the Connecticut Emergency Operations Center Statewide CT $656,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of Stratford Funding to upgrade stormwater pipe system and stormwater pump station at Stratford Water Pollution Control Facility Stratford CT $4,183,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of Wilton Funding to support a new Emergency Operations Center in Wilton, CT. Wilton CT $940,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security United Way of Connecticut, Inc. Funding to construct a new Emergency Operations Center for 211CT operations Statewide CT $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of Middlefield Funding for design and construction costs for a new Emergency Operations Center for Middlefield, CT Middlefield CT $5,250,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security City of Hartford Funding to move and rebuild the Hartford Emergency Operations Center. Hartford CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of East Haven Funding for upgrades to Emergency Operations Center in East Haven, CT. East Haven CT $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of East Lyme – Emergency Management Funding to construct public safety communication tower in East Lyme, CT. East Lyme CT $213,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security City of Bridgeport Funding for new emergency communication equipment at Bridgeport Emergency Operations Center. Bridgeport CT $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security City of Bridgeport Funding to upgrade equipment at the City of Bridgeport's Emergency Operations Center. Bridgeport CT $825,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of Coventry Funding for a microgrid project in Coventry, CT. Coventry CT $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of South Windsor Funding for equipment at South Windsor Emergency Operations Center South Windsor CT $34,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of Old Lyme Funding for Emergency Operations Center upgrades in Old Lyme Old Lyme CT $708,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Town of Madison Funding to construct an Emergency Operations Center in Madison, CT. Madison CT $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for culvert assessments across Connecticut. Statewide CT $6,187,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Connecticut Department of Transportation Funding for bridge replacement and wetland mitigation at Four Mile River East Lyme and Old Lyme CT $3,945,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments Funding for regional culvert replacement program in the Naugatuck Valley 19 Towns with Naugatuck Valley region CT $4,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments Funding for storm sewer assessments and compliance upgrades within the Naugatuck Valley Towns within the Naugatuck Valley CT $450,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security City of Bridgeport Funding for a flood scoping project in Bridgeport, CT Bridgeport CT $742,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security University of Connecticut Funding for supporting municipal project planning and technical capacity development across Connecticut. Storrs CT $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Homeland Security City of Hartford Funding for necessary upgrades to Closure Structure #1 in Hartford, CT Hartford CT $1,025,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Community Health Center, Inc. of Connecticut Funding for a healthcare workforce training program Middletown CT $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Local Initiatives Support Corporation Connecticut Funding to expand career and financial coaching services Hartford, New Britain, New Haven, Norwalk, and Waterbury CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies COMPASS Youth Collaborative Funding to support youth outreach program in Hartford, CT. Hartford CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut Funding to expand Dolly Parton Imagination Library and improve literacy in Hartford, Windham, and Tolland counties Hartford, Windham, and Tolland Counties CT $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Reading Is Fundamental Funding for book distribution and literacy improvement programs in Stamford, Manchester, and Litchfield Stamford, Manchester, and Litchfield CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Greater Waterbury Funding for mindfulness afterschool program in Waterbury, CT. Waterbury CT $332,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Connecticut Historical Society Funding for community history project through Connecticut Historical Society Statewide CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Albertus Magnus College Funding to expand the student information technology hub and start a related experiential learning and internship program New Haven CT $1,506,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Children's Community Development Center, Inc. Support for early childhood education students to participate in teacher training Fairfield County CT $62,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Hartford Funding to support the growth of the University of Hartford's Division of Graduate and Professional Studies West Hartford CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Goodwin University Magnet School System Funding for curriculum development at Goodwin University Magnet School System East Hartford CT $1,502,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Elevate Bridgeport Funding to support student support services at Elevate Bridgeport Bridgeport CT $230,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies CCARC, Inc. Funding for startup costs for job training programs that serve individuals with disabilities New Britain CT $54,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies NAFI Connecticut, Inc. Funding to support career exploration program Litchfield CT $218,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Kennedy Center Funding for a Direct Support Professionals training program Fairfield and New Haven Counties CT $1,152,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Hartford Funding for student mental health and career support services West Hartford CT $731,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Capital Workforce Partners Funding for youth career services in North Central Connecticut Hartford CT $1,784,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Goodwill of Western and Northern CT, Inc. Funding for work readiness programs in Hartford, Bridgeport, and Waterbury Bridgeport, Hartford, and Waterbury CT $232,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies East Hartford Public Schools Funding for manufacturing equipment for East Hartford Public Schools East Hartford CT $730,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Haven Reads Community Book Bank Funding to expand structured literacy programming in the New Haven area New Haven, Bethany, Branford, Cheshire, Hamden, Milford, Orange, West Haven CT $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Coastal Fairfield County Funding to support the work of Bridgeport Prospers Bridgeport CT $247,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership Funding to support Social Emotional Learning Initiative within Bridgeport Public Schools Bridgeport CT $125,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Best Buddies International, Inc. Funding to support Best Buddies in Connecticut Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven, Waterbury CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Capitol Region Education Council Foundation Funding for special education teacher residency program Hartford CT $1,575,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Stamford YMCA Funding to hire and train teachers at LEAD Academy afterschool program at Stamford YMCA Stamford CT $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Central Connecticut State University Funding for bilingual college access program at Central Connecticut State University New Britain CT $68,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Urban Impact of Black Rock Funding to support student services through Urban Impact of Black Rock Bridgeport CT $50,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Arts for Learning Connecticut Funding for arts education program expansion Hamden CT $50,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies SoundWaters, Inc. Funding for afterschool and extracurricular programming in Fairfield County Bridgeport, Norwalk, Stamford CT $361,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hartford Knights Youth Organization Funding for sports and mentoring afterschool and summer program in Hartford, CT. Hartford CT $40,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Coastal Fairfield County Funding for community outreach programming on adverse childhood experiences Bridgeport CT $149,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Waterbury Public Schools Funding to provide computers for students in Waterbury Public Schools Waterbury CT $2,265,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Waterbury Public Schools Funding to install wireless access points within Waterbury schools Waterbury CT $259,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Goodwin University Magnet School System Funding to support programming at Goodwin University Magnet School System East Hartford CT $240,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Coastal Fairfield County Funding to provide space for extracurricular programming in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $243,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies LifeBridge Community Services, Inc. Funding for robotics lab and technology upgrades for afterschool and summer programs Bridgeport CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of New Haven Funding will be used to acquire equipment and develop human capital West Haven CT $782,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Connecticut Health Center Funding for STEM programming to increase minority representation in science and engineering Hartford and Waterbury CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Connecticut Health Center Funding for programs to increase the entry of underrepresented and first-generation students to medical and dental schools. Farmington CT $1,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hartford Stage Funding to expand arts summer programming at the Hartford Stage Hartford CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies 4-H Education Center at Auerfarm Funding to expand summer programming for students with disabilities Bloomfield CT $204,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hartford Public Library Funding for educational programs for immigrant, refugee, and ELL students Hartford CT $305,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hispanic Federation Funding for programming to increase college enrollment among Latino students and students of color in Hartford Hartford CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bridgeport Board of Education Funding to launch an adaptive arts pilot program to assist special education students in Bridgeport. Bridgeport CT $2,132,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bridgeport Board of Education Funding for library refresh at Bridgeport Public Schools Bridgeport CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Western Connecticut Funding for college access program in Stamford Stamford CT $135,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Kennedy Center Funding for college retention program for students with disabilities Trumbull CT $1,284,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Housatonic Community College Funding to expand healthcare and IT programs and funding to start a hydroponics program at Housatonic Community College Bridgeport CT $1,438,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bridgeport Board of Education Funding for early childhood education paraprofessionals in Bridgeport Public Schools Bridgeport CT $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bridgeport Board of Education Funding for teacher leader program at Bridgeport Public Schools Bridgeport CT $5,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bridgeport Board of Education Funding for arts, music, and entertainment afterschool program in Bridgeport Bridgeport CT $2,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Sacred Heart University Funding for college access program at Arrupe College at Sacred Heart University Fairfield CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies All Our Kin, Inc. Provide family child care educators with the resources, training, and services they deserve to launch and sustain high-quality family child care programs, which allow parents and caregivers to go to work. New Haven CT $1,260,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Kids In Crisis To address the mental health crisis facing Connecticut teens by expanding the TeenTalk program to 5 middle schools in Norwalk and 5 middle schools and 2 high schools in Stamford. Cos Cob CT $1,121,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Milford, Inc. Federal Funds will be used to assist Milford Residents with rent/mortgage payments, utility bills, medical bills, summer camperships and diapers for infants and toddlers. Milford CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies U.S. Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association Funding will support the creation of the Maritime Center of Excellence (MCOE), a new state-of-the-art facility with enhanced classrooms, seminar spaces, and the Science and Engineering Innovation Lab. New London CT $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Connecticut Children's Medical Center Funding for a Perinatal Care Center Hartford CT $1,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Continuum of Care Funding for renovations at veterans residential PTSD treatment program. New Haven CT $630,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies University of Hartford Funding for equipment for healthcare training programs Hartford CT $87,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Connecticut Coalition Against Domestic Violence Funding for a music therapy program for children in domestic violence shelters throughout Connecticut statewide CT $216,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Annie C Courtney Foundation, Inc There are 424,000 children in foster care in the US. Every year approximately 20,000 young adults will age out of this system. We propose setting up and managing a directory that will highlight and feature the talents and abilities of former foster youth so that adults formerly in care can find and support each other through hiring and recommending other former foster youth. The Directory will be built and maintained by and for former foster youth. Waterbury CT $82,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bridgeport Youth Lacrosse Inc. Funding for sports programs for low-income families in Bridgeport Bridgeport CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Chrysalis Center Inc. Funding for renovations at veterans housing facilities Rockville/Vernon CT $642,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of Bridgeport Funding for mental health support group in Bridgeport Bridgeport CT $31,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of Bridgeport Funding for health-focused afterschool programming in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $111,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of Hartford Funding for sexually transmitted infection clinic in Hartford, CT. Hartford CT $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Community Child Guidance Clinic Funding to replace roof at outpatient mental health center and a therapeutic day school Manchester CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Connecticut Counseling Centers Inc Funding for IT upgrades to support seven mental health and substance abuse clinics Danbury, Meriden, Norwalk, Stamford, Waterbury CT $255,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Connection, Inc. Funding for training for direct care staff at The Connection, Inc. Middletown CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Depend Funding for security improvements at Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence Lebanon, Norwich, New London CT $420,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Depend Funding for renovations at Southeastern Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence sites Lebanon, Norwich, New London CT $340,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Connecticut Children's Funding for renovations and equipment at Burgdor Clinic Hartford CT $882,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Western Connecticut Funding for food prescription program in the Danbury area Danbury CT $1,050,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Alliance for Living Funding to support New London County CARES program New London CT $294,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies YWCA Greenwich, Connecticut, Inc. Funding for financial literacy program targeted to domestic abuse survivors Greenwich CT $75,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies YWCA Greenwich Sexual Assault Services Program Spa Funding for the design of new program space for YWCA Greenwich Greenwich CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Connecticut Women’s Consortium, Inc. Funding for trauma-informed nonprofit training through Connecticut Women’s Consortium Hamden CT $89,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Liberation Programs, Inc. Funding for renovations at Liberation House in Stamford Stamford CT $1,751,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies InterCommunity, Inc Funding to expand a primary and behavioral health care facility in Hartford, CT Hartford CT $1,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Keystone House Inc. Funding for renovations at three group homes for adults with a mental health diagnosis Norwalk CT $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies LifeBridge Community Services, Inc. Funding for elevator replacement Bridgeport CT $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Make-A-WIsh Connecticut Funding for a new roof at The Wishing Place in Trumbull, CT Trumbull CT $380,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies MARC of Manchester Funding for renovations at MARC of Manchester Manchester CT $175,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies McCall Foundation, Inc. Funding for renovations at a intermediate residential treatment program Torrington CT $325,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Johnson Memorial Hospital Funding to expand Cancer Center at Johnson Memorial Hospital Stafford CT $820,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Optimus Health Care, Inc. Funding for renovation at a federally qualified health center Bridgeport CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Gaylord Hospital, Inc. Funding for the expansion of the Center for Education at Gaylord Hospital Center Wallingford CT $1,599,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Workforce Alliance Funding for a project to alleviate mental health and substance use barriers to sustainable employment New Haven and 29 other cities in Connecticut CT $513,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Community and Family Services, Inc Funding for expansion Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) program in Norwich Norwich CT $301,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Project Imo, Inc Funding for youth mentoring program in Windham, CT Windham CT $225,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Norwalk ACTS Funding for youth mental health program in Norwalk, CT Norwalk CT $112,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies LifeBridge Community Services, Inc. Funding to hire clinicians for youth mental health services Bridgeport CT $308,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Implementation of Trauma-Informed Approach to Care Funding for trauma-informed care training for nonprofit staff Bridgeport CT $164,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Day Kimball Health Care Funding for MRI equipment purchase at Day Kimball Health Care Putnam CT $4,336,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Connecticut Institute For Communities, Inc. (CIFC) Funding for a parking garage at a federally qualified health center Danbury CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Community Renewal Team, Inc. (CRT) Funding for program healthcare program expansion in North End of Hartford Hartford CT $551,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Clifford W. Beers Guidance Clinic Inc. Funding for Automated Electronic Defibrillators and Restroom Facility Renovations at Clifford W. Beers Guidance Clinic New Haven CT $104,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Reliance Health, Inc. Funding for renovations at nine mental health facilities in eastern Connecticut Norwich CT $207,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Saint Joseph Parenting Center Funding for supplies and materials at Saint Joseph Parenting Center, which serves children and families experiencing child abuse and neglect Stamford, Danbury CT $50,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Stamford Health Funding for mental health programming through Stamford Health Stamford CT $298,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Village for Families and Children Funding for renovations at The Village for Families and Children in Hartford, CT Hartford CT $1,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Wheeler Clinic, Inc. Funding for a new healthcare facility in Bristol Bristol CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Quiet Corner Cares Funding for renovations at Kasia's Hope House Putnam CT $45,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Connecticut Community for Addiction Recovery Funding to support five recovery community centers Hartford CT $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Cornell Scott-Hill Corporation Funding to support a federally qualified health center New Haven CT $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hispanic Federation, Inc. Funding for vaccination programs across Connecticut Hartford CT $700,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Greater Bridgeport Opportunities Industrializa Funding for youth mental health programming Bridgeport CT $25,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Waterbury Public Schools Funding will be used to expand a VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) Expansion Project to twenty-one school locations in the school district, to support effective communication between the school and community members. Waterbury CT $402,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Perception Programs Funds will support the renovation of a facility in Willimantic, CT to allow Perception Programs to improve delivery of behavioral heath services in the Windham County Service area. Willimantic CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Center for Human Development Funds will be used to purchase a 7-8 seat minivan which will be utilized to transport individuals the Center serves to clinical/medical appointments, community events, work and potential job interviews, family engagements, support groups, and other community engagements. Colchester CT $40,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Liberation Programs, Inc. Funds will be used to enhance Liberation Program, Inc.'s Electronic Health Record (EHR) system. Bridgeport CT $221,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Funds will be used to provide nutritious food to communities through the establishment of urban vegetable gardens that will also serve as a research opportunity for stakeholders studying small-scale cropping systems, nutrient management, etc. New Haven CT $99,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Person-to-Person, Inc. Funding will support the Steps2Success program to address financial insecurity faced by Connecticut adults. Darien CT $442,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Chrysalis Center Inc. Funding will support renovations to the St. Philip House campus operated by the Chrysalis Center. Plainville CT $72,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Fairfield County’s Community Foundation Funding will support research into economic inequality and mobility in Fairfield County. Norwalk CT $462,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Child and Family Agency of Southeastern CT, Inc. Federal funds will be used to establish high-quality outpatient behavioral health services in southern Connecticut schools identified as high-need by the state of Connecticut’s Department of Public Health. New London CT $296,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Jewish Family Services of Greater Hartford Federal funding would support staffing for the Jewish Family Services' new program, Comprehensive Community Supports, which is designed to addressed challenges often faced by low-to-moderate income clients. West Hartford CT $62,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of Bridgeport Funding would support the modernization of the IT system in the communicable disease clinic. Bridgeport CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of Bridgeport Funding would support the modernization and transition of the City of Bridgeport Health Departments record management to a digital document management system (DMS). Bridgeport CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Cure Rare Disease Funding would support the renovation of a laboratory space that will be used for research into rare diseases and development of biotechnology. Woodbridge CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Kennedy Center Funding to launch a pilot IT program. Trumbull CT $270,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Fair Haven Community Health Clinic Funding will support the construction of a new 33,500 square foot health center in the Fair Haven neighborhood of New Haven. New Haven CT $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies CT Children's Medical Center Funding for the construction of a lead-lined room that is necessary for MIBG therapy Hartford CT $1,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Lutheran Home of Southbury Funding for IT upgrades at Lutheran Home of Southbury Southbury CT $188,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Columbus House Funding for a mental health and substance use recovery support program that serves individuals experiencing homelessness New Haven and Middletown CT $699,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Children's Center of Hamden Funding for workforce development training sessions at Children's Center of Hamden Hamden CT $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Community Renewal Team Funding for Dementia Unit at Assisted Living Facility in East Hartford Hartford CT $1,634,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Greenwoods Counseling & Referrals, Inc. Funding for mental health and addiction services staffing in a rural community Litchfield County CT $167,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Mental Health Connecticut Funding for facility renovations at Mental Health Connecticut Waterbury, West Hartford, Stamford, and Torrington CT $850,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Prudence Crandall Center, Inc. Funding for domestic violence response programming New Britain, Southington, Plainville, Berlin, Kensington, Burlington, Terryville and Plymouth CT $124,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Easterseals of Oak Hill Funding will be used to transform the current Easterseals Hemlocks Center to a center to provide support services to individuals with disabilities from across the nation. Hartford CT $2,359,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Family & Children's Aid Funding would support a new Waterbury Project Joy Center for use by FCA's Rapid Response Teams and Clinicians tp provide accelerated access to mental health treatment for youth. Waterbury CT $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Catholic Charities Archdiocese of Hartford Funds would be used to increase client access to substance abuse and mental health treatment in New Haven. Hartford CT $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies CT Citizens for Science Funding will be used to connect new parents to outreach coordinators to direct them to care and services during the first year. Bridgeport CT $510,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Community Resources for Justice Funding will support a new program designed to provide employment services, harm reduction education, substance abuse support, and other programming for the criminal justice and reentry populations. Bridgeport CT $521,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bristol Adult Resource Center, Inc. These funds will help finance the construction of a new building at BARC, which will allow for significant expansion programming & recreational support for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD). Bristol CT $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Boys & Girls Clubs of Hartford, Inc. Funding would support the Boys & Girls Club's ongoing programming, including programming in health and wellness, STEAM, and arts. Hartford CT $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Klingberg Family Centers, Inc. Funding would be used to address overdue facility repairs and upgrades to the Klingberg Family Centers’ main campus in New Britain. New Britain CT $3,072,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Child and Family Agency of Southeastern CT, Inc. Funds will be used to cover costs related to staffing, training, and supplies at Child & Family Agency’s three Community Bridge Clinics in New London County and Middlesex County. New London CT $679,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Catholic Charities, Inc. - Archdiocese of Hartford Funding would be used to support interconnected services provided by the Neighborhood Equity Centers in Hartford. Hartford CT $724,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies BHcare, Inc. Funds will be used to support services for individuals struggling with mental health and/or substance abuse disorders at the Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic. North Haven CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hispanic Federation Funding will support a pilot program that will provide mental health care services and support to the frontline staff of Latino community-based organizations. Hartford CT $220,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies MARC of Manchester The funds will be used to install commercial height porte-cocheres and emergency backup power generators at 151 & 161 Sheldon Road, Manchester, CT, to ensure continuity of services to people with intellectual disabilities that are served at MARC, Inc. Manchester CT $875,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Connection, Inc. Funding will support much-needed renovations to Hallie House, a Connection, Inc. (TCI) residential substance use treatment center. Middletown CT $43,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hands On Hartford Funding will support basic needs programs, which include a food pantry, community meals program (soup kitchen), weekend backpack nutrition program for Hartford kids, and assistance with rent, utility, security deposit costs, and other homelessness prevention services. Hartford CT $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Governor's Prevention Partnership Funding to train community and youth leaders as credible messengers in their communities to prevent substance use and provide safe methods for deactivation and home disposal of prescription opioids and other dangerous substances Statewide CT $1,122,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Kennedy Center Funding for medical disaster response equipment Fairfield County CT $6,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Youth Business Initiative Funding for middle school career and life skills program Norwalk CT $92,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies ‘r kids, Inc. Funding for a family trauma center in New Haven New Haven CT $972,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Youth Business Initiative, Inc. Funding to support job training, fiscal literacy, and entrepreneurship programs for high school-aged, low-income youth. Norwalk CT $76,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Southwest at Wakeman Boys & Girls Clubhouse Funding for health center renovation in Bridgeport Bridgeport CT $3,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Waterbury Bridge to Success Community Partnership Funding for Black maternal mortality program in Waterbury Waterbury CT $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Water Pollution Control Authority, Bridgeport To upgrade the West Side Wastewater Treatment Facility in Bridgeport, CT. Bridgeport CT $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Norwich Public Utilities To connect the 1,220-foot gap between the Groton and Norwich water systems. Norwich CT $800,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Norwich Public Utilities To re-line a significant portion of NPU's wastewater system and extend the life of the existing gravity sewer system. Norwich CT $800,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The South Central Regional Water Authority To replace the existing HVAC system at the Lake Gaillard Water Treatment Plant North Branford CT $4,880,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The South Central Regional Water Authority To upgrade the washwater clarifiers and recycle pump station with associated piping, electrical, and instrumentation work. North Branford CT $6,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The South Central Regional Water Authority To ensure valves at Regional Water Authority treatment plants are in good working order. North Branford CT $2,152,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The South Central Regional Water Authority To replace the Route 80 Control Valve facility. New Haven CT $2,640,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The South Central Regional Water Authority To construct a pump station to provide fire protection and daily pumping. New Haven CT $1,760,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The South Central Regional Water Authority To replace the generator and fuel tank at the Seymour Well Treatment Facility. Seymour CT $716,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Old Lyme To undertake a regional wastewater project to sewer coastal parcels with failing on-site wastewater systems that discharge to the Long Island Sound. Old Lyme CT $11,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments To create a regional inventory of open space parcels in the Naugatuck Valley region. Waterbury CT $92,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Monroe To replace the septic system at the Monroe Senior Center Monroe CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Torrington WPCA This project would design, bid, and construct the Harris Road Pump Station Upgrade ("Project"). Torrington CT $1,600,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Stamford State and Territorial Assistance Grant funding will assist the City with the siting, design, and construction of up to 50 bioswales over the next year. Stamford CT $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies School Hill Water Association To connect 31 homes and 87 residents up to CT water. East Windsor CT $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Save the Sound To implement bioswales throughout Stamford, CT. Bridgeport CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The Metropolitan District Commission This project would provide a critically needed new water transmission main across the Connecticut River to supply drinking water to East Hartford, South Windsor, Glastonbury and Portland Hartford CT $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Fish and Wildlife Service To support federal acquisition and conservation by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service of approximately 790 acres of priority lands from willing sellers to be added to the Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge. New Haven CT $4,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Winchester The North Main Street water main rehabilitation entails replacing old water lines and adding a pressure-reducing station to the water line. Winchester CT $2,600,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Winchester, CT Install a sewer line on Rowley Street in Winchester, CT. Winchester CT $560,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Antiquarian and Landmarks Society Funds will be utilized for restoration and renovation at the Hale Homestead and the implementation of interpretation on site. Hartford CT $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Save the Sound This is a stormwater project to construct green stormwater infrastructure at Town Center Park in Hamden, CT to manage stormwater runoff from an 88-acre urban watershed area. New Haven CT $80,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Connecticut Office of Policy and Management Under the direction of the Connecticut Water Planning Council, CWSRF will be used to update Connecticut’s State Water Plan to better coordinate water resource protection, planning, and management in our state. Hartford CT $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Western CT Council of Governments The funds are requested to conduct a sanitary sewer feasibility study. Sandy Hook CT $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Groundwork Bridgeport This project will use federal funds to plant and steward urban trees and grow Bridgeport’s urban forest. Bridgeport CT $154,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Mystic Seaport Museum To restore the EMMA C. BERRY to original condition. Mystic CT $111,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Bridgeport To repair the Perry Memorial Arch, which has both interior and exterior structural issues. Bridgeport CT $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments The Naugatuck Valley COG will develop a tree canopy GIS layer and provide access to that data through an interactive, informational web mapping application. NVCOG will also provide individual assessments of the tree canopy data to all 19 NVCOG municipalities. 19 Town NVCOG Region CT $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments This funding will serve as key enticement to bring the three municipalities together to create an independent, legal entity to begin the process of merging the wastewater treatment operations. Waterbury CT $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blumenthal CT Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Prospect Installation of a sewer line. Prospect CT $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies St. Louis Police Department Funding to support the St. Louis Regional Violent Crime Initiative. St. Louis MO $3,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Financial Services and General Government The State Historical Society of Missouri The Processing Congressional Papers Project will fully process records of additional significant Members of Congress from Missouri to increase access and encourage research so that they can be easily understood and used more easily for research purposes. Columbia MO $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Jefferson Barracks Air National Guard Base Construction of a single, consolidated facility for the 157th Air Operations Group at Jefferson Barracks Air National Guard Base will enable efficient cooperation of all personnel within the Intelligence, Combat Operations, and Communications Squadrons, along with support staff. St. Louis MO $21,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Bellefontaine Readiness Center Construction of a new Army National Guard Readiness Center will help train and support Army National Guard Soldiers and relieve overcrowding at existing Readiness Centers. St. Louis MO $20,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Aviation Classification Repair Activity Depot Construction of an aircraft maintenance hangar addition that is integral to the Missouri Aviation Classification and Repair Activity Depot will provide for a safe working environment and adequate workspace that will allow for aircraft to be overhauled and maintained in a more orderly, methodical, and efficient fashion allowing for increased production. Springfield MO $6,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Rosecrans Air National Guard Base Construction of a new properly sized and configured aircraft parking apron will support the current mission and training at Rosecrans Air National Guard Base for the 139th Airlift Wing. St. Joseph MO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Rosecrans Air National Guard Base Construction of a properly sized and configured general purpose maintenance hangar is necessary to carry out the execution of the flying mission, repair, and maintenance on C-130 aircraft at Rosecrans Air National Guard Base for the 139th Airlift Wing. St. Joseph MO $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Fort Leonard Wood Construction of a new, consolidated Central Issue Facility at Fort Leonard Wood will alleviate dispersed operations and allow Fort Leonard Wood to divest temporary, World War II-era wood construction buildings. Fort Leonard Wood MO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Jefferson Barracks Air National Guard Base Construction of a a permanent facility to provide a Base Defense Operations Center and adequately sized and secured weapons and ammunition vault is necessary for the 131st Security Forces Flight at Jefferson Barracks Air National Guard Base. St. Louis MO $4,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Jefferson Barracks Air National Guard Base Construction of a 14-lane firing range Combat Arms Training and Maintenance Facility to provide small-arms certification is necessary to execute the mission at Jefferson Barracks Air National Guard Base. St. Louis MO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Energy and Water Development U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Funding will continue feasibility study efforts for the Lower Missouri River Flood Risk and Resiliency Study for the MRLS L-246 project. Brunswick MO $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Energy and Water Development U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Funding will continue feasibility study efforts for the Lower Missouri River Flood Risk and Resiliency Study for Jefferson City, Missouri. Jefferson City MO $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Energy and Water Development U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Funding will continue feasibility study efforts for the Lower Missouri River Flood Risk and Resiliency Study for Holt County, Missouri. Holt County MO $600,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Fort Leonard Wood Continued construction for the replacement of the over 50 year old General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital that serves a large population with few military health system providers in the surrounding area. Fort Leonard Wood MO $31,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Whiteman Air Force Base Construction of refueler truck fillstands and a ground vehicle service station on the flightline at Whiteman Air Force Base will streamline aircraft refueling operations. Whiteman Air Force Base MO $16,700,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Energy and Water Development U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Funding will continue navigation improvements and ecosystem restoration for the Upper Mississippi River and Illinois Waterway. Winfield MO $49,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Fisher Delta Research Center The Fisher Delta Research Center provides extraction and analysis of soil, water, and plant tissue. Additional space, along with funding for instrumentation and software, is needed to provide rapid analysis of crops that are geographically specific to Missouri. New Madrid MO $1,425,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies The Curators of the University of Missouri Construction at Missouri University of Science and Technology to support advanced manufacturing technology and innovation. Rolla MO $50,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies The Curators of the University of Missouri Equipment acquisition at Missouri University of Science and Technology to support advanced manufacturing technology and innovation. Rolla MO $15,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Missouri State University Construction at Cheek Hall at Missouri State University (MSU), which is home to MSU’s computer science and mathematics departments. Springfield MO $20,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Greater St. Louis, Inc. Foundation Funding to support deployment of public safety technology and equipment in downtown St. Louis. St. Louis MO $1,250,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Harry M. Cornell Arts & Entertainment Complex Acquisition of necessary equipment. Joplin MO $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of East Prairie Demolition of an abandoned building and related hazardous waste removal. East Prairie MO $400,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Catholic Charities of Southern Missouri Security enhancements for the LifeHouse Crisis Maternity Home in Cape Girardeau. Cape Girardeau MO $450,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Missouri Department of Transportation The South Loop Link project would deck over a four-block section of Interstate 670 to create an enhanced, green mobility hub enabling multimodal transportation options, regional job access, green and healthy living space, private development, and a climate responsive design. Kansas City MO $65,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Springfield This project would expand the existing terminal ramp and apron at Springfield-Branson National Airport to provide for new terminal expansion. Springfield MO $6,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Metropolitan Parks and Recreation District The Brickline Greenway Project will create a safe and accessible area for drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders, while connecting neighborhoods with economic and recreational growth. St. Louis MO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport The Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport is a joint-use airport located at Fort Leonard Wood. Funding will be used for an extension of the parallel taxiway to reduce congestion and potential safety hazards of taxiing aircraft. Fort Leonard Wood MO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Missouri Department of Transportation This project will upgrade US Highway 67 to a four-lane, interstate quality highway to improve safety for motorists and promote more efficient movement of freight in and out of Southeast Missouri. Poplar Bluff MO $25,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of St. Joseph The existing Air Traffic Control Tower at Rosecrans Memorial Airport is approximately 70 years old and is in extremely poor condition. It is necessary to construct a new Air Traffic Control Tower and aviation complex to improve airfield safety and continuity in airport operations. St. Joseph MO $12,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of St. Louis This project will make streetscape improvements to improve traffic flow, ADA accessibility, and improved pedestrian connections for the influx of new employee traffic. St. Louis MO $19,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Ozark Empire Fair Foundation Construction of facilities to support community activities and economic development. Springfield MO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Missouri State University For Missouri State University for a permanent endowment fund to support the recruitment and retention of exceptional faculty in health and life sciences. Springfield MO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Curators of the University of Missouri For the University of Missouri for a permanent endowment fund to support the recruitment and retention of exceptional faculty in precision health care. Columbia MO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Curators of the University of Missouri Funding will be used for construction and research equipment for the NextGen Precision Health Institute, a state-of-the-art facility at the University of Missouri-Columbia that will be available to all University of Missouri System researchers. This facility will bring biomolecular, computational and engineering disciplines, veterinary, human medicine, and industry partners under one roof. Columbia MO $61,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Missouri State University Facilities and equipment for the Ozarks Health and Life Science Center at Temple Hall at Missouri State University to house classrooms, labs, and offices to support STEM, health, and life sciences research and academic programs. Missouri State University’s enrollment in the sciences has grown from 1,000 to 2,400 since Temple Hall was constructed, including a doubling of the College of Natural and Applied Sciences’ graduate enrollment over the last 25 years. Additional space is needed to meet College of Natural and Applied Sciences’ educational and research needs. Springfield MO $30,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Curators of the University of Missouri For radioisotope production facilities and equipment specifically designed and built to produce critical short-lived medical radioisotopes for use in diagnostic and therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals. Columbia MO $20,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies SoutheastHealth Center of Stoddard County For Cardio-oncology equipment and facility construction. Dexter MO $8,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies BJC Behavioral Health For facilities and equipment for behavioral health service expansion. St. Louis MO $7,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies St. Louis Children's Hospital For behavioral health children’s emergency room facilities and equipment. St. Louis MO $6,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Southeast Missouri State University For facilities and equipment for health sciences building at Southeast Missouri State University. Cape Girardeau MO $20,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies East Central College For facilities and equipment for a health sciences building in Rolla, Missouri. Rolla MO $8,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Harris Stowe State University For the construction and equipment of labs for the STEM building to expand education opportunities for health care, research, and analytics. St. Louis MO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Harris Stowe State University For the purchase of IT infrastructure to upgrade the student-information system and learning management system to improve student services. St. Louis MO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Kansas City University For facilities and equipment for a Center of Excellence to improve population health through its health professions programs. Joplin and Kansas City MO $15,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Metropolitan Community College For equipment and construction of the Penn Valley Campus Health Science Center. Kansas City MO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Missouri Chamber Foundation For a health workforce training program in coordination with Cox Health. Springfield MO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Missouri University of Science and Technology For the purchase of equipment for an advanced manufacturing training program. Rolla MO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Missouri University of Science and Technology For equipment and supplies to improve STEM degree programs. Rolla MO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Missouri Southern State University For facilities and equipment for a Health Science Innovation Center at Missouri Southern State University. Joplin MO $3,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Missouri State University For education and training for an associate degrees for paraprofessionals working with students with autism, and to provide an associate of arts degree program in psychology, with an emphasis on autism. West Plains MO $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Northeast Missouri Health Council, Inc For a dental and medical training program at Northeast Missouri Health Council. Kirksville MO $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Ozarks Healthcare For facilities and equipment for the procedural rooms at the Ozarks Health Medical Center. West Plains MO $4,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Pershing Memorial Hospital, Pershing Health System For facilities and equipment at Pershing Hospital. Brookfield MO $1,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Rung Foundation For the expansion of access to workforce training and wraparound services for women. St. Louis MO $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Saint Louis University For facilities and equipment for a health sciences and public health building at Saint Louis University. St. Louis MO $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies SSM Health For facilities and equipment for a behavioral and mental health building at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. St. Louis MO $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies St. Louis Community College For a drone pilot and geospatial technology training program, including curriculum and equipment. St. Louis MO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies St. Louis Community College For facilities and equipment at St. Louis Community College’s Florissant Valley campus by providing medical training equipment for new classrooms and laboratories at the Allied Health Center. Bridgeton MO $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Truman State University For facilities and construction of a rural telehealth counseling center and integrated SKILLs Center. Kirksville MO $12,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Curators of the University of Missouri For construction and equipment for schools of Medicine and Dentistry at UMKC. Kansas City MO $20,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Webster University For technology upgrades to support the College’s masters programs. St. Louis MO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Swope Health For construction and equipment for the PACE building at Swope Health. Kansas City MO $3,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies St. Louis Economic Development For construction and equipment for the Helix Center Biotech Incubator for the acceleration of health and life sciences and biomedical research and technology. St. Louis MO $6,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Connect2Culture Funding for educational programming. Joplin MO $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Springfield Increase access to drinking water Springfield MO $14,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Village of Pollock Increase the city's ability to properly manage wastewater Pollock MO $6,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Sullivan County Increase access to drinking water Sullivan County MO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Saline County Install sewer system Saline County MO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Pemiscot County Port Authority Enhance the city's ability to safely manage wastewater Pemiscot County MO $9,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of St. Charles Replace wells to provide drinking water St. Charles MO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Cannon Wholesaler Water Commission Provide drinking water Stoutsville MO $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies University of Missouri Research the Missouri River Columbia MO $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Blunt MO Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Ozark National Scenic Riverways Repair and improve facilities in Alley Springs, Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Carter County MO $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Township of Piscataway For the installation of solar panels on Piscataway's Department of Public Works canopy at 505 Sidney Road. Panels will provide low cost electricity, reduce the city's carbon footprint, and create technical jobs for many citizens of New Jersey and Piscataway. Township of Piscataway NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers To reconstruct the Gloucester City Seawall located at Proprietors Park in Gloucester City, Camden County, New Jersey in order to maintain the safety and security of the community and surrounding areas. City of Gloucester NJ $2,985,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the Wor To retrofit September 11 Memorial pool lights with LED bulbs, which will significantly reduce energy usage and reduce utilities costs for the lights which operate 24/7. New York City NY $700,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Rider University To enhance the efficiency and resiliency of Rider University's trigeneration power plant and emergency power sources that are used to support the institution's role as the emergency community shelter for Lawrence Township Public Schools and the larger Lawrence community. Lawrenceville NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development South Jersey Port Corporation To convert an existing diesel-powered ship-to-shore gantry crane to electric, and upgrade the existing electrical infrastructure. Camden NJ $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers To construct beachfill for 18 miles of Long Beach Island from Barnegat Inlet to Little Egg Inlet in Ocean County, New Jersey Ocean County NJ $32,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers To initiate preliminary Engineering and Design for the deepening of the NY/NJ Harbor Newark and Essex County NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers To initiate a feasibility study for flood risk management and environmental restoration for the Whippany River in Morris County, New Jersey. Morris County NJ $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers Beachfill for 8-mile barrier island for protection from coastal storms. Atlantic County NJ $32,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers Beachfill project to protect 16 mile barrier island, mitigate coastal storm damage and impacts from coastal erosion. Atlantic and Cape May Counties NJ $20,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers To initiate a feasibility study for flood risk management and environmental restoration for dredge materials from the NY/NJ region. Essex County / Northern NJ NJ $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers This project will provide funding for the Delaware River Basin Comprehensive Watershed Assessment. Eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, and Delaware NJ $2,050,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Cumberland County Improvement Authority To expand broadband access to rural communities in western Cumberland County, and therefore equalize opportunities for economic advancement, education and well-being. Cumberland County NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Meals on Wheels of Salem County To purchase a facility where Meals on Wheels of Salem County can create their own commercial kitchen and office spaces to better serve Salem County's most vulnerable and homebound residents. Woodstown NJ $506,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Foodshed Alliance Creation of a Center for Food, Farming and the Environment to create/expand local farm businesses and to increase access to local food. Newton NJ $447,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Township of Mount Holly For the completion of a new municipal courthouse facility. Township of Mount Holly NJ $600,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Borough of Paulsboro For construction of a new, environmentally sustainable municipal complex that will house the administrative offices and the police station of the Borough of Paulsboro. Borough of Paulsboro NJ $16,060,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Borough of Clayton For a ladder truck to service the emergency needs of Clayton, NJ. Borough of Clayton NJ $1,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies City of Burlington To dredge and improve Kennedy Lake, for stormwater drainage and storage during routine and catastrophic weather events. City of Burlington NJ $55,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Township of West Caldwell To de-snag and stabilize the Pine Brook to alleviate further and potential erosion and flooding of residential properties located along the stream. Township of West Caldwell NJ $55,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Newton Fire Museum, Inc. To complete the preservation and restoration of the historic Spring Street Firehouse in downtown Newton, New Jersey. Newton NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Lawrenceville This project is programmed to provide all the requirements for the activities associated with the United States Property and Fiscal Office which is the primary staff section responsible for the logistical and financial controls of the State of New Jerseys National Guard. This facility is required so that the administrative functions of the United States Property and Fiscal Officer for New Jersey (USPFO-NJ), (WN2AA), with an authorization for 106 DA civilian employees can be consolidated with warehouse and CIF operations and established in close proximity to the USPFO- NJ warehousing, Central Issue Facility and IT functions in Lawrenceville, NJ. This will permit the USPFO-NJ administrative staff to vacate space that is being borrowed from the NJARNG Joint Training and Training Development Center (JT2DC) at Fort Dix, which was designed as classroom space and never intended to be utilized as office space. The project will provide the administrative space authorized for USPFO operations by NGB Pam 415-12, ARMY NATIONMAL GUARD FACILITIES ALLOWANCES, and enable the USPFO-NJ to exercise tighter oversight of his legal and regulatory responsibilities for the government property and funds provided to support the training, logistic and mission related activities of the NJARNG. Lawrenceville NJ $5,950,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Inspira Health Network To purchase equipment and expand and enhance services that will impact youth directly and positively in Bridgeton, Millville, Vineland and surrounding communities in order to prevent community youth violence. Cumberland NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence To assist survivors of domestic violence who are marginalized due to culture, language, financial or other means with hiring an attorney in domestic violence related custody and divorce matters. Atlantic NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Seton Hall University To assist in re-entry efforts by increasing accessibility to relief from criminal records for people upon release from incarceration who face barriers to reintegration into the community. This initiative would help people in Newark and Essex County re-entering the community after incarceration to address legal issues related to their ability to secure a job, health care, housing, and other essential aspects of life upon reentry. Essex NJ $632,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Legal Assistance for Low-Income Victims of Crime To provide free legal counsel and representation to low-income victims of crime. This will further Women's Rights Information Center's (WRIC) mission to provide knowledge and opportunities to support the economic aspirations, self-sufficiency, and emotional well-being of individuals so they may live with hope, security, and dignity. Bergen, Hudson, Passaic NJ $255,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Camden Center for Youth Development, Inc. to provide Community Coach Mentors (Credible Messenger), specific assistance and transportation services for at-risk or justice involved youth Camden NJ $324,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault For operating costs to expand accessibility capabilities in order to better serve sexual violence survivors with marginalized identities across New Jersey (NJ), including but not limited to survivors of color, LGBTQ+ survivors, survivors with disabilities, deaf/hard of hearing (DHH) survivors, and linguistically diverse survivors. Recommended accommodations that will be made available through this project include but are not limited to: closed captioning, American Sign Language (ASL), translation/transcreation services, assistive technology, revision of policies and program materials (e.g., intake forms), and cultural humility training and workshops. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren NJ $445,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies NJ Chamber of Commerce Foundation "To ensure that New Jersey students who have a high risk of dropping out of school graduate from high school prepared for the challenges of post-secondary education and the workforce in order to break the cycle of poverty and avoid entrance into the corrections system so that they may become productive, contributing members of their communities. The Jobs for America’s Graduates New Jersey (JAG NJ) program has a 10-year track record of success in transforming the lives of young adults who are at a high risk of dropping out of school, or who have already dropped out, and utilizes data collection, innovative technology and a nationally successful model to achieve consistent graduation rates of 93% to 100% in NJ high schools that have graduation rates of 36% to 88%." Atlantic, Cumberland, Essex, Middlesex, Ocean, Passaic NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Salvation and Social Justice To reduce gun violence that is killing our children in Trenton, New Jersey. On March 25, 2022, a 9-year-old girl was killed in front of the Kingsburg housing complex in Trenton, New Jersey. This tragic death is one of far too many senseless deaths in the city. In 2020, Trenton− with a population of 90,871 experienced 40 homicides, surpassing its deadliest year on record in 2013. And, to provide Community Led First Response team to the community. Mercer NJ $550,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Rutgers University-Newark To support creation of a one-stop reentry, education, workforce, business development and community hub for justice impacted youth and people re-entering our community from incarceration. Essex NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies North Hudson Regional Fire & Rescue To acquire a new 40 foot Interceptor Patrol boat to replace our existing 27 foot vessel which is more than a decade old, past its useful life, and not designed for the type of waterway we patrol (Hudson River). This investment would enhance our ability to respond to emergencies in the Port involving fire, ice and cold water rescue and communications with Port partners and would be used as a first responder in the Port of New York and New Jersey, for regular patrols, and for training missions including USCG approved training and exercises. Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Union NJ $700,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Borough of Manville To expand and upgrade emergency siren technology in Manville to further public safety. Somerset NJ $208,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Georgian Court University For costs to improve campus safety & security technology. Ocean NJ $763,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Monmouth University To investigate impacts of climate related environmental change on marine habitats and living marine resources around the Sandy Hook peninsula (Sandy Hook Bay, Raritan Bay, Lower New York Harbor) to promote more vibrant and sustainable commercial and recreational fisheries. Middlesex, Monmouth NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies The Town of Harrison For the complete improvement of our overall communications capabilities for our public safety providers. Hudson NJ $563,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Union City To replace the Department's City-wide communications system which is now obsolete and vulnerable to system outages and security attacks. Hudson NJ $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Township of South Hackensack To replace the outdated communications/radio system utilized by the South Hackensack Police Department (SHPD). Bergen NJ $210,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Stockton University For siting a Coastal Resilience and Maritime Workforce Development Center in Atlantic City to support research and training in alternate energy, coastal resilience and maritime safety. Atlantic NJ $2,700,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Rutgers University-New Brunswick To procure two state-of-the-art hurricane gliders to be dedicated to deployments along the New Jersey coast throughout hurricane season. These two gliders would support more accurate hurricane intensity forecasts for New Jersey and the Mid-Atlantic Region. Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Hudson, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Salem NJ $600,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies City of Englewood To address significant equipment and infrastructure issues that exist within the Englewood Public Safety Division that pose safety, privacy, and interoperability issues. Bergen NJ $1,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Town of Newton To purchase and install upgraded, interoperable 911 emergency communications response systems in Newton, Andover, Hardyston, and Sparta that will enhance public safety operations and save lives. Sussex NJ $1,334,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Borough of Bogota The Borough of Bogota is requesting funding to purchase comptabile accessories necessary to replace our damaged two-way-radio system. Bergen NJ $255,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Burlington County For the installation of bidirectional amplifiers to improve emergency communications. Burlington NJ $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Borough of Woodcliff Lake The purpose of the project is to install security cameras at various locations throughout the Borough, including the Tice Senior Center and the Department of Public Works. There were 22 total crimes reported in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey in 2020. There are seven crime categories used to track crime throughout the country, three property crime categories: larceny, burglary, motor vehicle theft, and four violent crime categories: aggravated assault, robbery, rape, and murder. In 2020, there were 15 larcenies, 3 burglaries, 3 motor vehicle thefts, and 1 aggravated assault in the Borough of Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey. Installing security cameras at Tice Senior Center and the Department of Works is a good use of taxpayer funds because it will protect our most vulnerable populations, such as seniors, from crime experienced within our Borough. Bergen NJ $219,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Robbinsville Township Police Department To purchase a Traffic Message Board for OEM and Traffic Calming. Mercer NJ $20,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Financial Services and General Government Newark Public Library To digitize the historical publications of the Newark Evening News from 1926 - 1972 so that they are accessible and available to the public. Newark NJ $183,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Financial Services and General Government Monmouth University To develop, educate, and accelerate entrepreneurs within Monmouth and Middlesex Counties with a particular focus on underserved communities. Monmouth and Middlesex Counties NJ $450,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Financial Services and General Government United Way of Northern New Jersey To develop and implement a new initiative that educates employers on how to create and retain quality jobs for low-wage employees. Essex, Morris, Somerset, Sussex, Warren Counties NJ $642,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Financial Services and General Government Norwescap, Inc. For purchase, renovation of a building and start-up costs for a restaurant incubator and food service training program. Phillipsburg NJ $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Financial Services and General Government Borough of Fairview To digitally scan and archive the Borough of Fairview's municipal documents, which will then be uploaded on the Borough's digital cloud and made available for residents to access as needed. Borough of Fairview NJ $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Financial Services and General Government Robbinsville Township For preservation and digitization of paper archival records for ease of public access. Robbinsville Township NJ $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Newark To renovate and upgrade the historic Lincoln Park to accelerate reemergence of the Lincoln Park Neighborhood as an energetic, healthy and empowered arts and culture-centered community. Essex NJ $3,550,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Food Bank of South Jersey The work of the Camden Food Security Collective seeks to go beyond addressing one of the most fundamental human needs, which is having food, to tackling the ramifications of poverty-induced food insecurity and ushering in a new narrative of a thriving, stable community with access to ample healthy, nutritious foods. Led by co-backbone partners, Camden Coalition and FBSJ, the Camden Food Security Collective is a coordinated community that fosters food security through structural equity and seeks to engage a broad set of stakeholders to address the upstream causes of food security in Camden and create equitable, lasting solutions for food security in Camden by 2031. Camden NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Family Promise, Inc. To purchase and renovate a building for use as day center and offices to serve families experiencing and at risk of homelessness, and potentially convert a portion of the building to one to two low-income apartments, pending receipt of variance. Union NJ $875,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies South Jersey Transportation Authority For design of a cargo taxiway at Atlantic City International Airport for the development of cargo service. Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem NJ $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies New Jersey Community Development Corporation To help pay for the construction of an addition to the Great Falls Youth Center and acquire next door parcel to permit us to serve additional Paterson youth. https://www.njcdc.org/ NJ $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Hudson County New Jersey For improvements to 1.6 miles of County Road 653/County Avenue in Secaucus, NJ, for milling and repaving, to improve drainage/prevent flooding, and for traffic signal upgrades and replacements. Hudson NJ $1,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies County of Bergen The proposed project will complete significant expansions to a bus depot located at 133 River Street in Hackensack, NJ. Bergen NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of Nutley For the repurposing of an outdated and undersized baseball field into a dedicated outdoor concert venue. Township of Nutley NJ $148,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Jersey City to complete the full installation cost of the portions of the Morris Canal Greenway located in Jersey City. Hudson NJ $2,021,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Newark Museum of Art For the renovation of underused offices and classrooms to create new digital and sciences labs for the design and implementation of public and school programs, equipped with state-of-the-art technology and modular, flexible space planning in the Newark Museum of Art. Newark NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Penns Grove For the purchase of Splash Pad equipment, and for the installation of features, to address a recreational deficit within the community. This recreational project will foster the growth and development of youth and adolescents and improve their mental and physical health while reducing inequity in an underserved area. Borough of Penns Grove NJ $266,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies YWCA of Eastern Union County For construction of the YWCA of Eastern Union County's headquarters destroyed by a fire in September 2019. The building will be the home of multiple direct service programs for victims of domestic violence and their children including our Emergency Shelter Program (housing victims of domestic violence since 1978), counseling, case management, court advocacy and workforce development services. The new structure will replace a 150 year old building and will be fully accessible and expand our capacity to service victims and their children. union NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies New Jersey Performing Arts Center For construction of a new 53,000 square foot arts education and community center on New Jersey Performing Arts Center's campus in Newark that will be a home for arts training for students, professional development for educators, space and resources for artists to create new performance work, and free community arts programs. Essex NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Newark public Library To construct a historical, cultural and workforce readiness resource reflecting the contributions of New Jersey's Hispanic or LatinX community within the Newark Public Library. The New Jersey Hispanic Research and Information Center (HRIC) will be a statewide repository and constist of thee components: The Puerto Rican Community Archives, the Hispanic Reference Collection, and La Sala Hispanoamericana - New Jersey's largest in-language library for Spanish speakers. Essex NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Domus Corporation for the construction of 25-units of affordable, permanent housing that will be offered to veterans and veterans with families who are homeless, indigent, and/or at-risk of homelessness. The building’s units, including 19 one-bedroom and six two-bedroom units, will be ADA-compliant, and a common space/ community room will be available to residents for recreational use and special events, as well as provide a place for outside social service agencies to provide outreach and supportive services to the residents. Essex NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Family Promise of Morris County To address the housing, homelessness, and healthcare crisis in Morris County, NJ, by promoting pathways to affordable housing and operating a low-barrier approach to[JB1] access services such as HUD vouchers, housing placement, Rapid Rehousing (RRH), Diversion (Div), prevention and outreach, and intensive case management. Morris NJ $1,761,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Kean University To develop a plan to revitalize the distressed Coalport neighborhood in the City of Trenton, in Mercer County by engage the residents and a number of community partners including the City of Trenton, particularly Planning and Development officials, Designing for Democracy Architectural Group, Garden State Agrihood Project, the Institute for Life Science Entrepreneurship, and the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program. Mercer NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Newark Public Radio "Newark Public Radio (WBGO) will undertake badly needed repairs to its studio and offices. The façade is badly deteriorated, compromising the integrity of the building’s interior and exterior. Funding will support renovations on the façade of our downtown Newark offices, an 80+ year old building, prioritizing areas great wear at highest risk of failure. Repairs include spot pointing of bricks, shoring up of the chimney, replacing of coping and a cracked slab, among other repairs. Beyond preserving the building, and lessening the inevitability of future failures, the repairs will prevent the public safety issue of having cracked materials at the top elevation of the wall facing a highly trafficked sidewalk. The work will allow WBGO to continue to welcome local residents, providing a needed public service, reaching an audience of 250,000 individuals each week." Essex NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of Robbinsville to be able to deliver fresh foods (produce and fresh dairy products) to our low and moderate income residents on a regular basis. Township of Robbinsville NJ $15,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Food Bank of South Jersey For the 59,000 children, seniors, families, and individuals we serve monthly, we distribute nearly 18 million pounds of food annually. We seek to reduce our carbon footprint across a four-county service area by using clean energy solutions with a fleet of hybrid delivery trucks and service vehicles, helping efforts to fight climate change in our region. Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Salem NJ $970,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Hoboken To support construction costs for the expansion of Southwest Park to the adjacent Block 10, including subsurface stormwater detention and surface level park amenities and green infrastructure City of Hoboken NJ $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies GREATER MOUNT ZION COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATI To convert and rehabilitate an old school building, 40 Pennington Avenue (roughly16,000 square feet) into a community-based hub center that would provide wrap around services and education such as restorative Black Maternal Health clinical services, violence prevention and intervention programing, and workforce development. Salvation and Social Justice will collaborate with GMZ CDC and provide administrative support and function as the fiscal sponsor for the project. Mercer NJ $3,038,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Ridgefield To complete improvements such as milling, paving, and resurfacing of several roadways and a parking lot in Ridgefield. Borough of Ridgefield NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Burlington County Human Services  For construction of County homeless shelter that will directly benefit low to moderate income households with crucial services that lead to stabilization and quickly track to permanent housing. burlington NJ $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies County of Monmouth, New Jersey For the Transportation Corridor Improvement project for Monmouth County Route 3 (Lloyd Road), from Reid’s Hill Road to Church Street in the Township of Aberdeen. Monmouth NJ $3,950,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Boonton To resurface two high-traffic roads in the Town of Boonton which are currently in very poor condition. Town of Boonton NJ $942,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies West New York NJ Housing Authority For renovation and installation of equipment that will enhance access and provide greater safety for seniors and low income residents in public housing Hudson NJ $880,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Access Family Services, Inc. To purchase property (totaling 9 residential units) which will be used as transitional housing for Women of Color and their accompanying children fleeing domestic violence. Essex NJ $625,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Tenafly Rotary Club To transform and preserve the unused railroad corridor running through Tenafly, Cresskill, Demarest, Closter, Norwood, and Northvale into a state-of-the-art, multi-use, active transportation, and recreational facility for bike riders, runners, and walkers. Tenafly, Cresskill, Demarest, Closter, Norwood, and Northvale NJ $265,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Joseph Ettore For the replacement of Bridge MA-9 on Monmouth County Route 6A (Ravine Drive) over Matawan Creek and Rehabilitation of Lake Lefferts Dam, Borough of Matawan. Monmouth County NJ $2,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Wildwood to reconstruct five failing public access ramps to the Wildwood Boardwalk at four street ends, as part of an ongoing, multi-phase Boardwalk Reconstruction project. Cape May NJ $2,225,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Bergenfield To complete a wide range of improvements to Cooper's Pond that will renovate and expand upon the existing park infrastructure. Borough of Bergenfield NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Berkeley Township Ocean County NJ to reconstruct five failing public access ramps to the Wildwood Boardwalk at four street ends, as part of an ongoing, multi-phase Boardwalk Reconstruction project. Ocean NJ $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Totowa The purpose of this project is to replace the synthetic turf on the two Linco ln Fields at the PAL Fields Complex. By completing the PAL Fields Synthetic Turf Project, additional recreational activities can be held, ensuring opportunities are available to help teach and encourage a healthy lifestyle for all. The Borough believes this project will improve public health conditions and benefit traditionally underserved populations within the community, and as such will be a worthwhile investment of taxpayer dollars. Borough of Totowa NJ $1,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Community Loan Fund of New Jersey, Inc. d/b/a New Through the CAPC Brokerage and Address Yourself programs, NJCC will provide significant down payment assistance grants to up to 20 LMI households throughout New Jersey. Eligible households may receive between $45,000 - $50,000 to use towards the down payment of a property of their choice. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Passaic To support the completion of the Main Avenue Parking Deck Project. Passaic NJ $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Egg Harbor Township For research and development of a core system for critical and emerging technologies associated with autonomous vehicles that would safely and securely operate on and around an airfield environment. Egg Harbor Township NJ $3,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Oakland For the superstructure replacement of Patriot's Way Bridge in the Borough of Oakland. Bergen NJ $2,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Elizabeth City of Elizabeth is requesting $352,000 to implement a new traffic light system at North Ave. & Jackson Ave. Location provides direct access to major corridors such as North Avenue, known as NJ Route 439, which provides access to The Mills at Jersey Gardens Mall and Routes 1&9, which provides direct access to Newark Liberty International Airport. Project is also located in close proximity to the North Elizabeth Train Station, economic development, schools and recreational sites. City is also requesting $352,000 to implement a new traffic light system at East Jersey St. & Jefferson Ave. Project will improve traffic flow, increase mobility as well as vehicular and pedestrian safety. Located adjacent to Elizabeth City Hall and near Police Headquarters, intersection provides access to major corridors, including East Jersey St., which connects to Broad St., a thriving business district and Routes 1&9, which provides access to Newark Liberty International Airport and points of interest. Union NJ $704,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies County of Passaic To develop new streetscape elements such as new sidewalks, street lighting, bicycle facilities, and other Complete Streets features that would continue the efforts underway to design and construct the Great Falls Gateway along Spruce Street in the City of Paterson. Passaic NJ $972,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of Byram To completely replace our aging municipal building and police station. The current facility is a conglomeration of 50 year old construction trailers acquired from AT&T in 1972. The current building has reached its end of life. Township of Byram NJ $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of Woodbridge, NJ To facilitate access to the downtown area and enhance mobility throughout Woodbridge Township's ten communities while reducing carbon emissions by transitioning to zero emission electric buses. Middlesex NJ $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Carteret To renovate the basement of the Blazing Star Cultural Arts Center to create an art gallery and recording studio and improve accessibility by installing an elevator in the three-story building. Borough of Carteret NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of Lebanon For milling and paving of selected roadways to provide a smooth riding surface for motorists and safe and functional streets and sidewalks for pedestrians and bicyclists to reduce roadway hazards, as well as repairs and upgrades to the storm water infrastructure, which will reduce ponding of water on the roadways that increases salt usage for ice control, and generally reduces nonpoint source pollution running into local streams. Hunterdon NJ $814,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Norwescap, Inc. To purchase and renovate a playhouse building, making it available to local cultural organizations, schools and theater groups. Sussex Borough NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Sussex Borough to replace 20 street lights along Main Street that are more than 50 years old. T Sussex Borough NJ $282,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Montgomery Township To install an all-inclusive playground geared towards children with special needs. Montgomery Township NJ $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Salvation Army To purchase equipment, supplies, and reusable shopping bags to transition/enhance our existing food pantries to choice pantries. This will allow us to elevate our services and give clients dignity in choice. Atlantic, Bergen, Cumberland, Essex, Hudson, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Union NJ $302,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Perth Amboy To complete the Veterans Memorial Youth League Complex Park Improvements Project which includes essential upgrades that create multipurpose fields and improve drainage. City of Perth Amboy NJ $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Affordable Housing Alliance The project would be for us to construct a 5,000 square foot social service office for our organization. It would be located within a larger mixed income development which would be utilizing Low Income Housing Tax Credits. Monmouth NJ $900,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Dumont To make several much-needed upgrades to the park including constructing new walkways, resurfacing existing walkways and installing a poured-in-place safety surface and the addition of a water feature. Borough of Dumont NJ $400,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Bound Brook To complete reconstruction of the Borough's main pool, repairs to the toddler wading pool, construction of a toddler spray pad, and renovations to the adjacent recreation center. Borough of Bound Brook NJ $2,398,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Secaucus For the construction of a new senior services building, located in a low-income minority tract. The original site had to be demolished so the Town could complete remediation resulting from leaking underground heating oil tanks, which compromised the foundation and basement of the building. Hudson NJ $950,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Lodi To purchase a Senior Transportation bus. Borough of Lodi NJ $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of South Brunswick For construction and equipment for intersection improvements to a signalized intersection. Middlesex NJ $2,600,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Union City To make pedestrian safety and economic development improvements to the Central Avenue corridor within Union City. Union City NJ $1,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Jersey City to develop a food pantry facility at the Curries Woods Revitalization Center (CRC) to better serve the needs of housing residents and the greater Greenville neighborhood. to develop a food pantry facility at the Curries Woods Revitalization Center (CRC) to better serve the needs of housing residents and the greater Greenville neighborhood. Hudson NJ $510,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of Edison To create recreation and meeting space for seniors within Edison Township, therefore providing a low-income population group within the Township the services needed for a higher quality of life. Township of Edison NJ $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Carteret To replace the Carteret Public Library roof to address persistent leaking problems. Middlesex NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Plainfield To complete vital renovations to the men’s bathroom and locker-room facilities of the City of Plainfield Police Department. Union NJ $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Pompton Lakes For the restoration of our playground area and the rehabilitation of our pathways within Hershfield Park. Passaic NJ $370,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of Lakewood To construct new roads, sidewalks, street lighting, and landscaping to address traffic congestion and alleviate the housing shortage. Township of Lakewood NJ $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Affordable Housing Alliance To improve the utility infrastructure and roadways within a deed restricted affordable mobile home community. Eatontown NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Anthony Iacono For the conversion of Rifle Range (also known as Pistol Range), an underutilized former ballfield, into a vibrant communal outdoor space. Essex NJ $650,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies The Borough of Haledon The Borough of Haledon requests FY 2023 Community Project Funding for various improvements to public recreational amenities. Specifically, funding will support rehabilitation and improved security of the recreation center’s basketball and volleyball courts, the baseball field, softball field, and band shell on Roe Street. Due to frequent use, the existing athletic fields and courts have suffered from deterioration and are in critical need of improvements to restore their conditions and provide safe, high-quality public facilities our residents. Passaic NJ $225,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Affordable Housing Alliance To improve the utility infrastructure and roadways within a deed restricted affordable mobile home community. Eatontown NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies County of Union For equipment and construction and renovations to improve homeless shelters in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union. Union County NJ $515,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Boys & Girls Clubs of Lower Bergen County For needed repairs and renovations to the indoor aquatic center at the Boys & Girls Club of Lodi, originally built in 1969, which is utilized by hundreds of children and teens daily, and thousands monthly, for both swim lessons, open swimming, and competitive swim meets, in addition to children with special needs from the South Bergen Jointure Commission and adults with special needs from the Felician School for Exceptional Children's and Over program, who reside in our building and also utilize the pool throughout the week. Bergen NJ $1,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Glen Rock The purpose of this project is to replace the existing elevator in the Glen Rock Public Library with one that is ADA compliant. If awarded funding, this project will help to improve the mobility of underserved populations, including senior citizens, individuals with disabilities, and adults accompanying young children in strollers. Making the lower level of the library building safe and accessible for all users is crucial. As the Library only has one elevator that is not currently ADA compliant, these underserved populations have difficulty accessing the basement of the library. Bergen NJ $473,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of West Orange To rehabilitate Connor Park's half basketball courts, handball courts and ice hockey skating rink to provide physical activities for all residents and visitors. Township of West Orange NJ $1,159,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Hoboken To complete the redesign of Sinatra Drive between 4th Street and 11th/Hudson Streets City of Hoboken NJ $1,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Newark, NJ To renovate and upgrade the historic Lincoln Park to accelerate reemergence of the Lincoln Park Neighborhood as an energetic, healthy and empowered arts and culture-centered community. Essex NJ $3,550,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Plainsboro Township For construction of an eight foot wide asphalt bituminous path to connect a new bridge over Amtrak's Northeast Corridor to residential, village center, municipal center, and employment opportunities for people who don't or choose not to drive. The pathway will separated from the roadway which will afford an extra measure of safety for cyclists of all skill levels and for pedestrians who will be distanced safely away from traffic. Middlesex NJ $1,800,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts, trading as Cape To support planning initiatives and capital improvements at Cape May MAC’s historic Emlen Physick Estate. Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland NJ $1,602,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Moonachie To repair the Moonachie Civic Center. The Borough of Moonachie's Civic Center is a vital community facility located immediately adjacent to Joseph Street Park in Bergen County, NJ. Bergen NJ $1,550,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies County of Cumberland For replacement of the culvert and road running over Rocap's Run. County of Cumberland NJ $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Roselle To advance the goals of transportation infrastructure authorization by increasing access to public facilities and assisting in the maintenance of deteriorated roadway and pedestrian networks. It will also reduce vehicular and pedestrian accidents and reduces the Borough’s carbon footprint by eliminating excessive vehicular traffic. Union NJ $1,987,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Riverdale For the construction and installation of field lighting at Independence Park Fields for youth sporting programs. Morris NJ $519,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies AngelaCARES, Inc. For the renovation of the new headquarter to serve vulnerable populations. Hudson NJ $118,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Morristown To make improvements to George Gramby Memorial Park, located on Lincoln Street in the Town of Morristown, by converting the existing restroom facility structure and installing a new prefabricated restroom building on site. Town of Morristown NJ $225,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Roseland For recreational park improvements. Essex NJ $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Paterson To rehabilitate the Johnny Briggs Baseball Field at Westside Park with new fencing, lighting, and synthetic turf. Currently, the field is in very poor condition and is in need of significant improvements in order to serve as a functional, safe, and welcoming recreational facility for our children. Passaic NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Bayonne To upgrade a City field into an ADA compliant facility for use by the City's disabled Buddy Baseball program for handicapped children and other children citywide in Bayonne an environmental justice and overburdened community into a Field of Dreams. City of Bayonne NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of High Bridge For the improvement of a popular, regionally significant park, The Commons, in High Bridge, NJ. To construct restrooms, parking, electric vehicle charging stations, make performance stage upgrades, improve wayfinding and signage, install benches, bike racks and landscaping. Hunterdon NJ $441,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Edgewater For subsurface soil stabilization to resolve the continuous sinking of River Road in Edgewater between Gorge Road and the Hudson County line. Borough of Edgewater NJ $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Camden Fireworks For operating costs to start up a professional development program for emerging artists and artists of color. Camden NJ $180,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Township of Middletown For the construction of an ADA-accessible beach-access crossover connecting Ideal Beach to Bray Avenue. Monmouth NJ $975,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Hopatcong To complete capital infrastructure improvements and renovations to all municipal parks located in the Borough of Hopatcong. Borough of Hopatcong NJ $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Town of Boonton To finalize a design and construction documents and to complete construction work for the restoration and renovation of the Darress Theatre in the Town of Boonton. Morris NJ $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies New Community Corporation For the construction of five two-family homes for 1st time home buyers. Newark NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Summit To support Phase 2 of the Summit Park Line project, a rails-to-trails concept to transform a decommissioned and abandoned rail corridor in Summit, New Jersey. Union NJ $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Hoboken To complete the acquisition of the Union Dry Dock property Hoboken NJ $4,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Monarch Housing Associates To address racial inequity in housing by increasing the number of Black and Brown developers creating affordable housing in communities across the state through the provision of support in project development and securing project financing. Essex NJ $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Borough of Freehold For the development and renovation of the 100-year-old Freehold Fire Department's Firehouse, which will become My Hometown: The Bruce Springsteen Story Center. Borough of Freehold NJ $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies County of Middlesex The work of the Camden Food Security Collective seeks to go beyond addressing one of the most fundamental human needs, which is having food, to tackling the ramifications of poverty-induced food insecurity and ushering in a new narrative of a thriving, stable community with access to ample healthy, nutritious foods. Middlesex NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies National Aerospace Research and Technology Park For research and development of a core system for critical and emerging technologies associated with autonomous vehicles that would safely and securely operate on and around an airfield environment. Atlantic NJ $3,300,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Somerset County Library System of New Jersey For the renovation of the entirety of the first floor of the North Plainfield Branch Library, its services are heavily focused on providing equal access to programs and services for all users. The proposed project is heavily focused on creating more space for the public to position the branch as a community center and to help bridge the digital divide for all residents. With the addition of computer space and access, the branch will help with creating opportunities that build the county's economic and workforce development. Somerset NJ $627,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security Middlesex County, New Jersey To identify and address gaps in flood resiliency planning within the Southern Middlesex region as it relates to Climate, Equity, and Resiliency. Middlesex NJ $1,125,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security County of Bergen For the replacement of a corrugated metal pipe in Jackson Avenue and Riverside Avenue. Bergen NJ $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security City of North Wildwood To develop and construct resiliency improvements to the infrastructure in 5th Avenue Park to better mitigate flood hazards present in the area. Cape May NJ $900,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security Montgomery Township To purchase three severely flood-damaged properties to convert into open space under municipal jurisdiction. Somerset NJ $1,212,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security The Salvation Army To increase the capacity for the Emergency Disaster Services Department of The Salvation Army New Jersey Division to meet human needs during disaster response, recovery, mitigation, and preparedness, by acquiring a new Disaster Response Unit vehicle and an appropriate warehouse space. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren NJ $274,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security New Jersey Coastal Coalition To develop a network of 165 webcams to monitor real-time flooding conditions in each of the 33 participating communities (5 per community). Atlantic, Cape May, Ocean NJ $375,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security Hunterdon County For the construction of the new Administration Building at the Hunterdon County Emergency Services Training Center. Hunterdon NJ $3,600,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security Township of Hopewell The Police Dispatch Upgrade Project involves replacing radio consoles, installing Next Generation 911 terminals, replacing furniture, and installing an intercom system. Mercer NJ $450,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security Borough of Monmouth Beach To provide remote actuated backflow prevention check valve devices with housing at eight drainage outfall locations. Monmouth NJ $1,669,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security East Greenwich Township Fire & Rescue For the Construction of a Firehouse and Emergency Operations Center for the Volunteer Fire Company serving East Greenwich Township. Gloucester NJ $2,175,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security South Orange Village (on behalf of South Orange Vi To purchase emergency rescue boats, personal protective equipment for swift water rescues, and train all members of the South Orange and Maplewood Fire Departments in water rescue and emergency response operations (NFPA 1710). Essex NJ $77,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security City of Plainfield To install a comprehensive storm sewer system around various streets in the City of Plainfield to mitigate flooding and stormwater runoff. Union NJ $7,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security Borough of Carteret To relocate, renovate, and expand the Carteret Office of Emergency Management (OEM) building to better serve the community in emergency response and emergency planning. Middlesex NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security Borough of Oakland For the purchase and installation of permanent emergency generators at critical first responding facilities in the Borough of Oakland. Bergen NJ $443,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security Borough of Metuchen To complete the Metuchen Borough Emergency Services Center (ESC) Building Construction Project, which will update our facilities to adequately serve our current population. Middlesex NJ $10,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Homeland Security City of North Wildwood To construct a seawall extension to reduce severe recurring damages to the City's shore front infrastructure from 2nd - 7th street from wave attack and high water events associated with Hurricanes and Nor'easters. The seawall will serve as a foundational core for the City's Federal beach nourishment project, and the last line of defense in case of a major storm event. Cape May NJ $9,950,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Salvation Army To implement afterschool math programs for low-income New Jersey students. Atlantic, Camden, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Passaic NJ $32,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Central Jersey to provide Child Development Accounts for the 1,814 children born to first time low income Mothers participating in New Jersey's 8 Nurse Family Partnership programs. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren NJ $1,285,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey To equip a technology and education Experience Center in Newark's Central Ward, for Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey (GSHNJ). Newark NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Community Services Inc. of Ocean County To purchase new refrigeration and heating vehicles to deliver meals to the elderly and disabled. Ocean County NJ $270,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Push to Walk To purchase equipment for physical rehabilitation and wellness program for survivors of spinal cord injury, brain injury, stroke, developmental disabilities, and other neurologic chronic conditions, including children, adults and seniors, in a non-profit community clinic located in Oakland NJ. Oakland NJ $568,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Center for Great Expectations To fund Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for outpatient services. North Brunswick NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Jersey City to expand domestic violence intervention services into the greater Hudson County area. Hudson County NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of Newark For renovation of community health clinics located in five public schools to bring Primary Care and Behavioral Health Services to Newark residents in each of the five wards in Newark. City of Newark NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies YMCA of Greater Monmouth County To make significant improvements to two of our wellness facilities, located in Red Bank and Freehold, which would allow us to better serve our community and offer mental health counseling on site. Red Bank NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Newark School of the Arts To resume providing Creative Aging in the Arts, skill building programs for low-income older adults/seniors suffering from isolation and depression. Newark NJ $10,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Big Brothers Big Sisters of Essex, Hudson & Union For operating costs to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Essex, Hudson and Union Counties expansion in the Greater Plainfield, NJ area. Essex, Hudson, Union counties NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Institute of Music for Children to expand our Youth Leader Job Training and Readiness Program for low-income urban out-of-school youth ages 18-25. Elizabeth NJ $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Integrity Inc To provides substance use disorder (SUD) prevention and treatment services, as well as other support services, to women in Newark with emphasis on pregnant and postpartum women and those who are planning to become pregnant. Newark NJ $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Youthbuild Newark, Inc. To build the capacity of our back office team to expand second chance programming in Newark and scale those systems throughout the state of New Jersey. Newark NJ $950,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies YWCA Northern New Jersey To provide mental health services to benefit women and children who experienced Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and/or post-COVID trauma. Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Monmouth Museum to bring personalized and continuous art programming to adults with special needs in NJ. Lincroft NJ $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Rider University To expand the diversity, equity, and inclusion of underrepresented groups studying cybersecurity at Rider University while addressing the significant workforce demands in the cybersecurity sectors in New Jersey. Lawrenceville NJ $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Atlantic Cape Community College To address and make available mental health counseling and support services to the nearly 5,000 students of Atlantic Cape. Atlantic, Cape May Counties NJ $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies ACCSES New Jersey, Inc. To provided subsidized wages and supports to individuals currently working in work centers for those with disabilities as well as specific benefits counseling training to work center employees at 5-6 sites throughout New Jersey. Trenton NJ $1,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Kean University For start up costs to create a University-assisted, two-generation (2Gen) strategy for parents and caregivers of students in Kean University's pipeline development programs. Union NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Drew University To purchase and make upgrades to STEM-related equipment and instrumentation at Drew University. West Long Branch NJ $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey To expand the Rutgers Summer Service Initiative (RSSI) to provide 150 select Rutgers students from Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick with a stipend for their work during the summer at a non-profit organization engaging in public or community service. New Brunswick NJ $975,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Georgian Court University To purchase simulation lab and educational equipment for the Georgian Court-Hackensack Meridian Health School of Nursing. Lakewood NJ $317,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies coLAB Arts To provide arts-based racial and social justice education in-school for middle school social studies and English classes in New Brunswick Public Schools. Middlesex County NJ $207,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Reading Is Fundamental For literacy resources to the local community. Trenton NJ $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Stevens Institute of Technology For equipment and installation of an upgraded high performance computer cluster and satellite receiving station to increase Stevens capacity to conduct research, offer students hands-on learning experiences, and provide flood mitigation and prediction, coastal and energy resiliency, and wastewater processing. Hoboken NJ $960,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Newark Emergency Services for Families For operating costs to provide holistic support for families and returning citizens experiencing homelessness due to situational crises. Newark NJ $830,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bancroft To empower individuals with disabilities to live more independently in a Smart Support Pilot Home. Burlington, Camden NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of East Orange For operating costs to help returning citizens successfully "reenter" society following their incarceration, thereby reducing recidivism, improving public safety, and saving money. Essex NJ $30,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of Elizabeth For a Mobile Emergency and Homeless Case Management Unit to provide on-site assistance to victims of emergency events, including, but not limited to fires and severe weather events/conditions, as well as homeless individuals in need. Union NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of Jersey City To start a specialized apprenticeship program to connect residents to union jobs within Jersey City. Hudson NJ $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Meals on Wheels of Mercer County To purchase a refrigerated truck to deliver and increase accessibility to healthy fresh produce, dairy, and other grocery items to homebound individuals, thus supplementing our daily delivery of nutritious meals. Mercer NJ $81,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Institute of Music for Children For operating and evaluation costs related to the Summer Arts Institute, which provides a five week emersion program for low-income urban youth. Funds will support the codification of unique program model and dissemination nationally. Essex, Hudson, Middlesex, Somerset, Union NJ $75,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Township of Brick For dialysis transportation service for senior citizens. Ocean NJ $175,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Jersey Coalition to End Domestic Violence To connect New Jersey survivors of domestic violence and their children experiencing or at-risk of homelessness with funding for rent, utilities and other relocation assistance to help them transition into safe, stable housing. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Jersey Sharing Network For the purchase of lab equipment in our transplant research lab. Specifically, a Quantum Cell Expansion Lab Device (Bioaccelerator) to enable the Personalized Transplant Medicine Institute (PTMI) to create a robust cell bank of HLA typed, infectious disease screened stem cells that can be used for cellular therapy, as well as propagate further cells that can be used to create organoids and cell patches that may be utilized as a "bridge to transplant’. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren NJ $175,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Newark School of the Arts To support the training and implementation of Newark School of the Arts' (NSA)research-based Early Childhood Music and Movement (ECM) program designed for babies 0 to 3 designed to ensure/improve healthy brain development in the early years that can be vital in building the social and emotional wellness needed in under-resourced environments where families are experiencing toxic stress/trauma (ACEs) due to poverty, violence, racism, abuse, addiction mental illness, and divorce to name a few; using music as a vehicle for building healthy relationships and creating healthy bonds between caregiver and child. Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Monmouth, Morris, Union NJ $50,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies AngelaCARES To provide comprehensive case management assistance (applying for critical services and benefits), counseling assistance for older people. Hudson NJ $102,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies AngelaCARES To provide direct services to older adults 50 years and older via mobile services by identifying and facilitating the submission of benefits at the local, state, and federal levels. Hudson NJ $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies City of Paterson This funding will be used to hire two dedicated social workers for our recently launched Appropriate Medically Assisted Treatment Anytime, Anywhere (AMATAA) referral program (now branded as "RealFix"), which promises to connect individuals at risk of an opioid overdose to MAT anytime, anywhere within 90 minutes Passaic NJ $188,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund, Inc. (NJ To increase our capacity to provide free direct services to at least 10,000 underserved, vulnerable, low- and moderate-income individuals and families across New Jersey, empowering them to take control of their finances and regain their housing & economic security post-COVID-19. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren. NJ $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences For nursing simulation equipment that would increase Rutgers School of Nursing's student admittance by at least 25 percent. Essex NJ $951,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences For nursing simulation equipment that would increase Rutgers School of Nursing's student admittance by at least 25 percent. Essex NJ $951,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies County College of Morris To purchase equipment and create cybersecurity curriculum for the Cybersecurity Center and Hacking Lab Morris NJ $720,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Union County, New Jersey To enhance Union County's mental health and recovery support programs by offering more staff development opportunities and expanding peer-to-peer, intensive case management, community-based case management, harm reduction, and other intervention models. The goal of expansion is to make recovery support services available and accessible to County residents throughout all 21 municipalities. Union NJ $661,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies 180 Turning Lives Around, Inc. For training and hiring of mental health clinicians and related professionals to expand access to critical mental health services for adults and children experiencing domestic violence and trauma, and people experiencing anxiety, depression and other mental health disorders in both adults and youth to meet growing demand for care. Monmouth NJ $565,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Jersey Institute of Technology To implement and test a comprehensive pre-apprenticeship skill-training program in advanced manufacturing and mechatronics. Essex, Middlesex, Union NJ $650,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Atlantic County Economic Alliance To develop and conduct an inclusive veteran-focused film apprenticeship program, primarily using uncrewed aircraft-mounted ("drone") video cameras as applied to commercial and creative filmmaking. Atlantic NJ $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Integrity, Inc. (DBA Integrity House or Integrity) For operating and equipment costs to provide substance use disorder and overdose prevention services in the greater Newark area. Essex NJ $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Jersey Institute of Technology For start up costs associated with developing and implementing a Community College Pre-Engineering Network Initiative for four-year university bound community college students in New Jersey. Essex, Middlesex, Passaic, Union NJ $650,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Jersey Library Association Sustaining the pilot program launched in October 2021. In library delivery by Navigators to help build digital literacy, access to workforce development, soft skill building and wrap around services accessible online. Camden, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Mercer, Monmouth, Morris, Passaic, Union, Warren NJ $481,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Jersey Performing Arts Center For operating costs (staff, faculty, and program expenses) for NJPAC's innovative arts education programs Essex NJ $700,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies United Way of Northern New Jersey To facilitate a sustainable early childhood education system so early childhood educators and the parents of the 800,000 children below the ALICE Threshold in New Jersey can work in the long-term. Gloucester, Hudson, Warren NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Metropolitan YMCA of the Oranges For operational costs to start up new programs that address the growing mental health crisis in vulnerable populations, particularly in children across New Jersey Bergen, Essex, Passaic, Sussex NJ $337,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Melanin and Maternal Wellness To train midwives, doulas, and community health workers, and provide culturally competent, community-based, restorative maternal health services to the underserved, Black community in Trenton, NJ. Mercer NJ $1,760,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bancroft The program - among the first of its kind in New Jersey - will empower individuals with disabilities in Burlington and Camden Counties to live more independently in a Smart Support Pilot Home, while providing innovative solutions/tools to help Direct Service Professionals be more efficient in their job. Our goals include: Promoting person-centered technology to enable the highest possible level of independence; Elevating and expanding access to Assistive Technology services for adults with autism; and Developing technology plans to assist families at home. Burlington, Camden NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Hudson Partnership Care Management Organization For the expansion of recreation activities for youth ages 5-21 who have been diagnosed with an autism disorder to encourage healthy socialization, decrease aggressive and self-injurious behavior and to reduce the potential occurrence of abuse in the home. Hudson NJ $150,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Jersey State Library For project funds to implement a Makerspace Education Center that will provide hands-on instruction and professional development for New Jersey library staff on makerspace technology. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren NJ $105,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies South Orange/Maplewood School District To ensure that all of our students have social-emotional supports to be successful in school and life. Essex NJ $1,660,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Seton Hall University To expand and upgrade the Healthcare Simulation Center on Seton Hall University's Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) Campus through the enhancement of existing spaces, acquisition of simulation education items to enhance student learning during simulation activities, and for equipment and supplies to mimic points of care. The proposed project will support new equipment and upgrades to the existing Simulation Center space on the IHS campus to ensure clinical readiness, workforce preparation, and improved utilization of the facility. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren NJ $1,140,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Rowan University To establish a Green Jobs Academy to build pathways to required industry credentials and degrees to address the state's growing demand for a trained green energy workforce, and to respond to the climate crisis. Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem NJ $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies St. James Social Service Corporation For the building of SJSSC's capacity to facilitate the provision of much-needed social services to the residents of Essex County in New Jersey Essex NJ $204,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Rutgers University–Camden For programming and staffing support at two of the six underutilized community centers in the City of Camden that Rutgers University-Camden will bring back online. Initiatives will focus on the areas of adult education and workforce development; arts and culture; health and wellness; youth and families; K-12 remediation and college preparedness; and individual and family support. Camden NJ $1,405,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Township of Hopewell To replace a synthetic turf field consisting of removing and disposal of existing worn synthetic turf and installing a 2 layer, 2", cool play surface. Soccer, boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse, and field hockey markings will be inlaid into the field. A synthetic turf field is a versatile, resilient, and durable playing surface that is the answer to the overuse and high maintenance of township grass fields. With many towns building new neighborhoods to house their ever-growing populations or saving the green space they currently have; a turf field is able to accommodate a multitude of sports and activities while preserving excellent playing conditions. One single field is able to be the "home turf" for football, soccer, field hockey and lacrosse, not to mention other recreational sports like kickball leagues, ultimate frisbee and rugby. Turf fields also allow groups and teams to play in many types of weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, or sunshine, as long as you can withstand the temperatures, the game is always ON. The turf field cannot be damaged by adverse weather or overuse. The fields are manufactured and built to withstand year-round, daily activity. Many children and teens had a year of athletics and activities "stolen" from them due to Covid. These kids are eager and ready to get back out on the field. Grass fields will not able to withstand all the additional use or furnish a safe playing environment for them. Mercer NJ $800,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies RWJBarnabas Health Cooperman Medical Center To purchase equipment that will facilitate deploying physicians out in the community at the scene of emergencies to improve access to life saving care. Essex NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Thomas Edison State University Thomas Edison State University is requesting funding to support its innovative work in providing a leading-edge virtual reality (VR) and digital simulation opportunity for students entering the field of Nursing and other related health care programs. With the proposed support, TESU would be able to enhance and expedite the means by which students acquire basic skills in the field of nursing by providing them with virtual simulation exercises and activities that are both hands-on and experience-based, yet cost-effective and scalable for the University. These experiences and activities will be combined with TESU's exceptional curriculum design, learner experience, and rigorous assessment methodologies to ensure that students are acquiring the necessary skills and competencies that are needed to be competitive in today's field of nursing. TESU will accomplish this through two primary means: virtual reality (VR) experiences and simulation experiences. TESU will invest $100,000 to recruit and support students entering into the nursing education field. Bergen, Camden, Essex, Mercer, Middlesex, Union NJ $460,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies County College of Morris To purchase equipment, support curriculum, and secure a site for the County College of Morris Workforce Training Center in Dover NJ Morris NJ $1,010,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Capital Health System, Inc. The purpose of this request is to purchase 10 non-ambulance vehicles, to be used in transporting our patients to and from our hospitals and medical group practices without charge regardless of insurance status within 25 miles, from pick up to drop off. Mercer NJ $550,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The Valley Hospital To purchase additional in-room sensor technology, called AUGi, which leverages artificial intelligence to monitor patient movement &; behavior to predict high-risk for falls &; pushes warnings directly to the front-line caregiver. Bergen NJ $609,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center For construction and operating costs of Mental Health and Substance Use Treatment expansion in the Greater Atlantic City Region. Atlantic NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) For operating costs to provide effective arts education programming to students with special needs across north and central New Jersey. Bergen, Hudson, Morris, Passaic, Somerset, Sussex, Union NJ $70,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Ironbound Community Corporation This project builds upon ICC and SWEA's extensive networks, experience, and unique partnership with leading academics and technology company, Aclima, to deliver air quality mapping at an unprecedented scale across all of Newark, the majority of which represents an Air Toxics Cancer Risk at or above the 80 or 90th percentile (EPA EJScreen). The goal of this work is to provide air quality information to underserved communities, improve air quality literacy, identify locally-specific strategies to reduce exposure, as well as develop recommendations to reduce emissions. Newark NJ $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Cape May To perform preliminary engineering work for the construction of an expansion to the drinking water treatment plant in Cape May City, New Jersey. Cape May City NJ $600,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Elizabeth To replace 217 known lead service lines within the City of Elizabeth. Elizabeth NJ $2,170,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of Pequannock To construct a new water treatment facility to remove PFAS contamination from the Township of Pequannock's two primary drinking water supply wells. Township of Pequannock NJ $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Bridges Outreach, Inc Funding two social workers to provide direct case management services to the homeless population in Newark, NJ 7 nights a week. Essex NJ $517,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Tri-County Community Action Agenecy Inc. to expand the Gateway Wellness Center's community-based services by providing outpatient treatment, school-based services, prevention programming and recovery treatment. Requested funding would be used to strengthen and expand services currently being provided through the wellness center at locations throughout Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Salem, and Gloucester Counties. Atlantic, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem NJ $350,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Lawnside Intergenerational Program For continued development of Lawnsides Intergenerational programing in our community, by connecting Seniors and Youth across generations. We hope to achieve our vision of a truly age friendly town. Candem NJ $30,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies New Brunswick Free Public Library To improve the level of resident's English and digital proficiency in order to get employment or better employment with bilingual (Spanish and English) ESL instructors and job coaches. Middlesex NJ $38,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Community Addiction Recovery Effort To eliminate financial roadblocks for those willing to enter into treatment for substance use disorder. To provide educational materials and eliminate the stigma associated with addiction. Mercer NJ $9,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Urban League of Essex County To establish a workforce experience program in the skilled and construction trades that will serve the aging and thriving in place needs of low-income seniors and families living with disabilities. Essex NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Unified Vailsburg Services Organization To make one-time equipment investments and seed the hiring of key personnel in order to create a meaningful inter-generational ecosystem that will allow seniors, children and teens to support each other -- socially, academically, culturally, emotionally, psychologically, physically, recreationally, and otherwise. This pilot will be supported by public and private resources beyond this proposed infusion of federal discretionary support and will, therefore, be sustainable should this particular funding not be available after this round. Existing funding from State and private sources and in-kind support from the County of Essex help to underwrite the cost of this initiative. The requested discretionary funds will help to acquire critically-needed items as well as formalize the initiative by hiring key personnel whose compensation will be secured by other sources moving forward. Essex NJ $448,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Volunteers of America Delaware Valley The purpose of the project is to provide youth and family stabilization for juveniles who are reported as at risk through partnerships with local and state law enforcement and school systems across Camden, Burlington, Atlantic, Gloucester and Mercer Counties. The designated dollars are for staffing costs, travel and client assistance to enhance an already existing program. Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Mercer NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Atlantic Health System To provide state-of-the-science cardiac imaging at Newton Medical Center by purchasing and installing a GE Apex CT Scanner, upgrading the MRI cardiac scanner, move existing CT scanner to Hackettstown Medical Center, and perform renovation and construction to each facility to accommodate the new machines and add patient throughput. Sussex, Warren NJ $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Camden Shipyard & Maritime Museum To renovate for the museum's Maritime Hall to become a multi-purpose vocational training center for Camden youth including the Carpenter's Union Pre-Apprenticeship Program and provide first year operating funds. Burlington, Camden, Gloucester NJ $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Cooper University Health Care To enhance health equity and emergency preparedness by purchasing equipment for new private rooms at Cooper Hospital. Burlington, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Englewood Public School District To fund curriculum development, textbooks, and math and English/language arts interventionists for Englewood Public School District. Bergen NJ $2,263,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Rami's Heart Corp For operating costs to maintain the memorial and continue to host ceremonies honoring the lives lost to Covid. More importantly to continue to seek and sponsor grief counseling programs for those impacted. Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, Warren NJ $50,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Willingboro Municipal Utilities Authority To upgrade the existing 2.0 MGD water treatment plant to remove PFOS/PFAS from the Well 5A raw water. Willingboro NJ $7,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The City of Rahway For the replacement of lead contaminated service lines. The City of Rahway NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Garfield For the removal and replacement of lead service lines. City of Garfield NJ $3,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Keyport Borough For the replacement of existing water main and lead service lines. Keyport NJ $2,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Woodland Park For the installation of sewer main lines to extend sewer service to property owners along Rifle Camp Road. Woodland Park NJ $709,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Guttenberg To eliminate an open concrete structure in the combined sewer overflow outfall pipe which periodically overflows onto a parking lot and driveway on the Galaxy Towers Condominium Association Property along River Road. Town of Guttenberg NJ $394,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of East Newark For addressing water service infrastructure improvements in the Borough of East Newark. Borough of East Newark NJ $2,412,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Dover To replace lead service lines in the most high-priority areas of the Town of Dover. Town of Dover NJ $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of North Bergen To mitigate storm water and flooding issues in a vulnerable residential area of North Bergen. Township of North Bergen NJ $6,048,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Carneys Point Township Sewerage Authority (INC) To perform preliminary engineering work for the construction of a new wastewater treatment plant in Carneys Point Township, New Jersey. Carneys Point NJ $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Flemington To construct new potable water wells (Well#12 and Well #11) to provide resiliency and an additional water source to the Borough’s potable water system. Flemington NJ $2,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Elizabeth To erect a monument recognizing and commemorating the contributions of the more than 313 African free and enslaved ancestors, who are buried within the cemetery of the Siloam Hope First Presbyterian Church, historically known as the First Presbyterian Church. Elizabeth NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of Piscataway For the construction of a new wing at the Metlar-Bodine House Museum. Piscataway NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Oradell To complete vital improvements to ensure the continued usage and preservation of the Oradell Railroad Station. Borough of Oradell NJ $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Newark Public Radio To preserve, digitize and make accessible to the public endangered archival recordings from the 43-year archive of Newark Public Radio (WBGO)--the preeminent jazz station in the U.S. Newark NJ $50,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Cliffside Park To extend existing stormwater pipe and increase the number of inlets and manholes to allow for better drainage. Borough of Cliffside Park NJ $1,548,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Pennington Borough For an assessment of the sanitary sewer system to identify points of stormwater and groundwater infiltration. Pennington Borough NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Swedesboro For a new pump station and associated piping to tie into the Gloucester County Regional Sewer service. Swedesboro NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Collingswood To remove Contaminants such as PFAS and 1, 4 Dioxane from their groundwater at the Borough's Comly Avenue Water Treatment Plant. Borough of Collingswood NJ $5,925,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Alpha To construct a new potable water storage tank. Borough of Alpha NJ $3,321,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of Bloomfield To replace 30 lead service lines along North 16th Street. Bloomfield NJ $510,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Woodbury To reconstruct storm water sewer system infrastructure that has outlived its useful life. City of Woodbury NJ $469,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Parsippany-Troy Hills For the decommissioning of Pump Station No. 4 in Lake Hiawatha and the connection of the existing piping with nearby gravity sewers. Parsippany-Troy Hills NJ $3,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Florence Township For construction of a new sewer pump station and to make upgrades to a current sewer pump station. Florence Township NJ $2,600,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Boonton To redevelop a drinking water well whose motor and pump have surpassed their useful life expectancy. Town of Boonton NJ $147,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of Maplewood To improve the performance and resiliency of the sanitary collection system in the Township of Maplewood, NJ. Maplewood NJ $14,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Town of Clinton To increase the size and strategic location of the water main. Town of Clinton NJ $2,600,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of New Milford To remove and replace sanitary sewer pipe at varying depths on Pine Avenue and Hughes Road in the Borough of New Milford. Borough of New Milford NJ $400,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies The Borough of Prospect Park To replace parts of a 90-year-old main sewer line that has caused numerous problems in recent years, including clogging, sewer leakage, and increased health and safety risks. The Borough of Prospect Park NJ $442,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Fort Lee To complete renovations to one of the pump stations operated by the Borough of Fort Lee to increase its capacity and ability to properly store and dispose of wastewater when it is properly filtered. Borough of Fort Lee NJ $600,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of North Caldwell To address safety hazards posed by frequent watermain breakage and resulting decreased water flow. Borough of North Caldwell NJ $943,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Edgewater To make improvements/repairs to Pump Station Number 4 in the Borough of Edgewater. Edgewater NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Mercer County For tree removal contracts, and reforestation, including fencing and tree planting. Mercer County NJ $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Camden County Historical Society The restoration of the Benjamin Cooper House (1774) and its adaptive reuse as the American Revolution Museum of Southern New Jersey. Camden NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Borough of Red Bank For the removal and replacement of lead pipes on the Borough's western side. Borough of Red Bank NJ $1,170,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Musconetcong Watershed Association for development of a Watershed Implementation Plan on Lubbers Run to develop load reduction strategies for waters with a TMDL or on the 303(d) list, to reduce non-point source pollutant and bacterial loading into the downstream Musconetcong National Wild and Scenic River. Morris, Sussex, Warren counties NJ $1,180,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Burlington Township For internal and external restoration of two (2) elevated tanks that store water for system equalization, fire protection storage, and emergency water storage. Burlington Township NJ $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills To replace Well 1A with a new groundwater well (Well 1-AR) to ensure that the residents of Parsippany have access to clean and safe drinking water. Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills NJ $2,400,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Hackensack For a combined sewer separation project, which will provide public health benefits and improve quality of life for local low-income residents. City of Hackensack NJ $3,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Rahway To replace old water meters within the water treatment plant that supplies water to approximately 8,500 individual water services in Rahway. City of Rahway NJ $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Hammonton To develop a master plan and subsequent design work inclusive of professional landscape architecture and park planning which will establish diverse, multi-generational opportunities for recreational and environmental appreciation for generations to come. Hammonton NJ $950,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of Evesham To provide infrastructure improvements, soil grading, drainage improvements and walking path improvements. Township of Evesham NJ $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies NASW Foundation To replace the south bay of the main high roof of historic Hangar #1 at Naval Air Station Wildwood. NASW Foundation NJ $234,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of Maplewood To restore the exterior and interior of the Woodland Building. Township of Maplewood NJ $2,443,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies National September 11 Memorial & Museum Replace 3 of 28 trees at the 9/11 Memorial plaza. New York City NY $130,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of Montgomery To expand and upgrade a wastewater treatment plant. Township of Montgomery NJ $10,653,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Township of Maplewood To increase the Township's stormwater resiliency and to address ongoing maintenance costs associated with the broken stormwater collection system. Township of Maplewood NJ $6,050,000 Website Letter
Senator Booker NJ Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Norwood for construction costs to improve drainage infrastructure in Millbrook Circle. Norwood NJ $102,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Energy and Water Development University of Arkansas at Little Rock Funding for cybersecurity training and education. Little Rock, Arkansas AR $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers (Civil) Funding will be used for construction of the Grand Prairie Region project to address depletion and resiliency of the Alluvial and Sparta aquifers. This project is located in east central Arkansas in Lonoke, Pulaski, Prairie, Jefferson, and Arkansas Counties. AR $35,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Energy and Water Development Army Corps of Engineers (Civil) Funding will be used for construction of the Bayou Meto Basin project to address depletion and resiliency of the Alluvial and Sparta aquifers. This project is located in east central Arkansas in Lonoke, Pulaski, Prairie, Jefferson, and Arkansas Counties. AR $35,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Camp Joseph T. Robinson, National Guard Base To modernize and upgrade Camp Joseph T. Robinson National Guard gun range North Little Rock AR $9,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Dale Bumpers National Rice Research Center To rehabilitate the waste water treatment plant within the Rice Research and Extension Center of the University of Arkansas that is shared with the Agriculture Research Service. Stuttgart AR $117,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Jonesboro Municipal Airport The project will expand a primary runway, taxiway and parking ramp to help existing aircraft fully utilize the airport and operate more safely. It will also accommodate the much large aircraft that have been limited by the existing facilities. Craighead County, Arkansas AR $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Arkansas Department of Transportation The project will construct a section of Arkansas’ remaining portion of Future I-57 and will complete a continuous freeway facility linking Little Rock, Arkansas to Chicago, Illinois. Clay, Greene, Lawrence, and Randolph counties in Arkansas AR $32,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Arkansas Department of Transportation This project will raise the roadway grade of the Highway 60 bridge approach to the Arkansas River Bridge in Perry County. River to West Perry County, Arkansas AR $30,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Arkansas Department of Transportation This project will continue the widening of U.S. Highway 270 from 2 to 5 lanes into the City of Hot Springs to provide increased mobility and safety and enhanced economic competitiveness of the metropolitan area. Ouachita River to East, Garland County, Arkansas AR $20,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Arkansas Department of Transportation The project will provide improvements on the Highway 412 corridor in Boone, Lawrence, and Washington Counties consisting of various interchange and intersection improvements, passing lanes and major widening on various sections of Highway 412 that can lead to increased safety and mobility and enhanced economic competitiveness in Northern Arkansas. Boone, Lawrence, and Washington Counties, Arkansas AR $43,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Arkansas Department of Transportation The project will construct a four-lane highway connecting the future Springdale Northern Bypass to the Northwest Arkansas National Airport to provide more direct access to the airport. Benton County, Arkansas AR $40,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport Authority To replace the temporary air traffic control tower at XNA with a new tower that will meet all FAA standards and resolve critical line of site deficiencies. Benton County, AR AR $8,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies City of Helena-West Helena Rehabilitation and construction of riverfront infrastructure Phillips County, Arkansas AR $500,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Pine Bluff Arsenal To support Pine Bluff Arsenal’s Water Improvement Project to modernize sewage and sanitation pipes. White Hall AR $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Pine Bluff Arsenal To modernize Pine Bluff Arsenal’s Access Control Points, including gates and bridges. White Hall AR $2,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute To fund facilities and equipment including to purchase three mobile vans fitted with cancer screening equipment to access geographically difficult regions. Little Rock AR $4,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute To fund facilities and equipment including to fund renovations and additions to select regional center sites to provide rooms for cancer screening, care services and clinical trials education. Little Rock AR $7,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Arkansas State University Three Rivers To fund facilities and equipment including to construct a new 330,000 square foot Health Sciences Building to house classrooms, labs and offices. Malvern AR $12,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Arkansas State University Beebe To fund facilities and equipment including to expand the Bloodworth Building on the Searcy campus to increase instructional space for associate level Registered Nursing (RN) students, Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN)/Paramedic to RN transition program students and traditional associate level RN students. Searcy AR $1,979,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Arkansas Game and Fish Commission To fund the design, engineering and construction phases of the renovation of the Joe Hogan State Fish Hatchery. Lonoke, Arkansas AR $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Arkansas Game and Fish To fund the design, engineering and construction phases of the renovation of the Charlie Craig Centerton Fish Hatchery. Benton County, Arkansas AR $5,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Central Arkansas Water To provide safe and reliable water services to the Ferndale are is West Pulaski County. Pulaski County, Arkansas AR $12,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Fulton Waterworks To fund infrastructure upgrades to the City of Fulton water system delivery. Fulton, Arkansas AR $3,050,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies City of Wilson Wastewater Wilson, AR AR $2,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Northwest Arkansas Conservation Authority To fund improvements to the NACA Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant which is currently at treatment capacity. Washington and Benton County, Arkansas AR $12,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Boozman AR Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute To fund facilities and equipment including to fund an additional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Little Rock AR $1,750,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Energy and Water Development Cuyahoga County Euclid Microgrid. This microgrid site was chosen for its concentration of manufacturing businesses with an identified need for energy resiliency. Manufacturers in this area have reported lost productivity and financial losses due to frequent power outages. This project will increase the resiliency of their power supply, while also reducing the manufacturer’s carbon footprint. The project includes rooftop solar and battery backup generation at three host sites and an approximately 1.5 mile long underground distribution/transmission line from an existing substation. The County Utility will build the solar, battery storage, smart grid control systems and local distribution network. These systems will have the ability to island off of the main grid and maintain power during outages, thereby significantly reducing financial losses. The systems will also enable manufacturers to reduce their peak electric loads and participate in emergency demand response programs, providing an overall benefit to the grid. Specifically, the County requires $3m for the physical underground distribution/transmission line associated with the project which is shown on the attached pdf. The County understands that it will be required to provide 50% match. The manufacturing district in Euclid is in a recognized Opportunity Zone. Additionally, the adjoining Tungston Road neighborhood may in the future be able to tap into the microgrid district. The median income in the Tungston Road area in Euclid is approximately $20,000, which is 66% lower than the median household income for the State of Ohio. Cuyahoga County OH $1,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Energy and Water Development University of Akron Research Foundation In an effort to address the housing crisis facing Summit County, University of Akron Research Foundation (UARF) is working with the Akron Metropolitan Housing Authority to produce 700 affordable housing units, starting with 44 units in Phase 1. UARF will manage and validate PV solar array for Phase 1 housing. UARF will manage and validate PV solar array for Phase I housing. Proposed is a $1.7M on-site energy build with $314,375.00 to support engineering design, performance analysis, and economic validation, for a total $2,000,000.00, see Phase I Budget. Akron OH $1,125,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Energy and Water Development Corps of Engineers Smale Riverfront Park is the City’s “front yard”; and green gateway to southwest Ohio. The City of Cincinnati partnered with the local corporate community, the major league sports teams that are neighbors to the site, Hamilton County and the Corps of Engineers to develop a plan for the park starting in 1997 and later partnered with these and other stakeholders including the Cincinnati Parks Foundation to fund the park. To date over $100 million has been invested in the park including $15 million of Federal funding starting in 2007, $47 million of private funding, $3.5 million of State funding and over $40 million from the City of Cincinnati. The park has met if not exceeded its original goals of being a catalyst for downtown area development and being a major new recreational asset for the region. It has drawn millions of visitors annually and is the setting for the Cincinnati Reds and Bengals Stadia, the mixed-use commercial and residential development known as The Banks, a gateway to the downtown area, and part of a string of public parks along the riverfront. The funding request is for the design of the last section of park - the western section between the Roebling Suspension Bridge and the west end of the park. Severe river erosion has been causing significant loss of park land along the riverbank and funds are needed to design a hard river edge and bank stabilization. The City currently has $500,000 from a State grant committed to the site but Federal funding is needed to carryout design and engineering plans. Cincinnati OH $1,200,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Energy and Water Development Southern Ohio Diversification Initiative (SODI) The requested funds will support planning for site readiness activities to prepare parcels to be made available and undergo approval processes for reindustrialization of the PORTS site to launch the Heartland GEM Valley initiative described below. Site readiness activities include identifying industries that align with the Heartland GEM Valley strategy ensuring that the site can meet those industries 39 minimum siting criteria; analyzing the utility infrastructure in relation to industry attraction to create a utility strategy that supports the GEM Valley initiative including determining minimum standards, identifying weaknesses and proposing funding sources to strengthen utility infrastructure; ensuring all basic geological, environmental, and other related site characterization studies are completed or identify gaps and studies that need to be completed to prepare the site for redevelopment. Additionally, the project will focus on identifying workforce skill and strengths and educational levels in a one-hour radius of Piketon, Ohio. Piketon OH $4,290,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Energy and Water Development BRITE Energy Innovators BRITE's services consist of four key areas: Entrepreneurial Services, Innovation Services, Lab Services, and Real Estate. BRITE's Electricity Manufacturing Initiative is a vehicle for taking R & D of new energy technologies to validation and scale. The Initiative builds upon the Entrepreneur Service Program to navigate pilots and private investment by venture and industry to accelerate new technology validation and adoption. Warren OH $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Energy and Water Development Mahoning County Career and Technical Center (MCCTC This state-of-the-art Innovative Energy and Technology Workforce Training Center will focus on providing upskilling and job re-entry training for incumbent and underemployed adult residents of the Mahoning Valley, along with the STEM talent pipeline by incorporating high school students interested in pursuing energy-related in-demand career fields. The training areas and topics will be related to modern sustainable energy technology jobs. Canfield OH $140,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Energy and Water Development Corps of Engineers Construction of a new water treatment plant and intake structure that serves all of the City of Portsmouth and a large part of the county. Funds would be used to offset rate increases to customers. This is the largest project the City of Portsmouth has undertaken and no project in the city's history has been more important. The current plant is at risk for failure as some components date back to teh 1920's. The plant has exceeded its useful life. The city is seeking funds to offset the cost, making it more affordable for customers. Portsmouth OH $3,500,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies City of Fremont The Fremont Community Recreation Center has served as an essential component of the City's Parks and Recreation Department since 2000. The goal of this request is to renovate and improve the existing parking area for the facility with 21,000 sq. feet of gym space, the indoor walking track, weight room, and full-size ice rink. Renovations include the following: parking lot and entrance resurfacing, storm water drainage and water quality improvements, conversion of parking lot lights to LED lights, and the addition of an ADA parking lot area. These changes will address record-level usage of the facility. The facility will benefit residents of the City of Fremont. Fremont OH $757,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Ohio Energy and Advanced Manufacturing Center, Inc This project will provide monitoring of agricultural runoff by utilizing an aggressive and organized sampling analysis process. The resulting data will help farmers, government agencies, agricultural organization and others make informed decisions regarding the effectiveness of various treatment technologies that will ultimately result in improved water quality for the Lake Erie Watershed. Lima OH $300,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Milton Township Our small, rural township has a two man road crew. They are hard-working, blue-collar employees. During the snowy Ohio winters, our dedicated road crew are often working overtime and faithfully keeping our roads clean and safe for our residents. Our township currently owns two snowplows. The newer model is a 2016 Chevrolet 3500 HD with 51,438 miles. Our second plow truck is a 2008 International Dura Star with 189,568 miles. This second truck has cost the township over $10,000 in repairs during the last two years. Our two man road crew has a little over 19 miles of roadways to maintain. Our township desperately needs a new snowplow truck. We are requesting funds for a new snowplow truck. A new truck would replace the 2008 model. This vehicle would benefit the Township and all who use the roads of this community in Mahoning County. Milton Township OH $132,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Federal Valley Resource Center The Federal Valley Resource Center (FVRC) campus is composed of multiple historic buildings in great need of restoration. The building current programming is offered from is referred to here as the “Main Building”. This was the original school house, built in the 1890’s and added on to in 1920. The Main Building is the primary focus of roofs to repair, the two other roofs need repair as soon as possible, so that damage does not continue to escalate. The “Old Elementary School” was built in 1934, this building is the second priority. The third building, the “Old Wooden School Room” is in need of the most repairs and is the last priority though, it must be repaired soon. Repairing the roofs of these three buildings should be done as soon as possible so that FVRC may continue to expand community services, while preserving great relics of history. To ensure these historic buildings may continue to serve the community they must be protected and restored. This three-step roof project allows systematic replacement of the roofs to buildings at risk of being lost to further damage, allows time to budget and plan for restoration of other portions of this campus. Without capital investment to repair these roofs, these historic facilities risk falling into a state of decline beyond repair. Any funds received will be used fully to repair the roofs, preserving the area's history and allowing the FVRC to continue to provide essential services to the Appalachian region. By reroofing these historic buildings, FVRC will be able to excel beyond the programming currently offered to the public. The thrift store is open four days a week. Weekly, monthly, and on-demand, the foodbank distributes food to over 65 families. Thanks to the public library, FVRC offers password free wifi, available inside and outside of the buildings, allowing 24/7 community access. Free resume building services are offered one evening every month. Monthly, FVRC hosts free performances by regional professional musicians. All year, the music lending library plays an essential role in school children acquiring instruments for the school band. Thanks to funding from a private foundation, FVRC offers quarterly, 8-week, private music instruction on a large variety of instruments, free of charge. Beyond music, FVRC offers free art classes, yoga by donation and hosts an array of fun community events such as an annual cooking of apple butter, where community members learn how to traditionally make apple butter over a fire, preserve it and enjoy. It is projects like these that FVRC believes are vitally important to crafting a better Appalachian Ohio for future generations. FVRC envisions their grounds to extend beyond a space of community gathering and education, but to also incorporate preserving community heritage arts, and serve as a start up business incubator, thus creating local job opportunities for residents in this Appalachian region. The FVRC is multifaceted, providing the community with a variety of assets to be accessible most days of the week, if not daily. Stewart OH $633,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Village of New Concord Project: To purchase a 2024 Sutphen Heavy Duty Custom Pumper for the Village of New Concord for $833,856.00 for basic community fire protection emergency response. The primary purposes of a fire engine include transporting firefighters and water to an incident as well as carrying equipment for firefighting operations. Some fire engines have specialized functions, such as wildfire suppression and aircraft rescue and firefighting, and may also carry equipment for technical rescue. This engine would primarily respond to areas where water supplies are limited and time is of the essence. Currently we operate a 24 year old fire engine with a maintenance budget is becoming untenable. We do not have a reserve fire engine that can be used in its place when the vehicle is down for maintenance. The current 1998 engine needs to be replaced sooner rather than later. Because new engines are so costly, the village has always relied on purchased used vehicles. The Village seeks the purchase of a new (higher initial cost, lower maintenance costs, longer lifespan) versus used (lower initial cost, higher maintenance costs) engine. The Village of New Concord has a critical need to replace its "only" fire engine, which it cannot afford to do without the assistance of an award for this application. • Current Engine- 1998 Pierce. Vehicle originally purchased as an emergency to replace a failed engine. It was a demonstration unit and fit the needs of community at the time, but it has become obsolete and cost inefficient. Some issues with the current unit: • 20-year life expectancy when purchased • Electrical problems from purchase due to new multiplexing system • Several thousand dollars spent to correct issues in the early 2000’s • Replaced ECU in mid 2010’s with rebuilt unit. ECU is at risk of needing replaced due to design of unit. Cost: $25,000.00 • In 2021, $16,000.00 investment made to make vehicle safe to operate for time being. • Repairs expected to last 2-5 years before major overhaul is requirre engine, made possible by a CDS award, would allow the Village to meet its public safety obligations. A financial commitment at this time would address: • 24-month build time • Inflation expected to raise pricing • Designed with future public safety needs • 25-year life expectancy • Meeting current safety standards • Maintaining a quality ISO rating • Fire personnel safety • Fire protection of an entire community Though a community has many needs to submit a grant application for, FIRE PROTECTION, for the Village and the surrounding five townships the New Concord Fire Department serves, with over 12,000 residents and associated businesses and institutions, its as basic a local government responsibility as it gets. Certainly a worthwhile investment for the requested funding assistance. New Concord, Muskingum and Guernsey Counties OH $625,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Mead Township, Belmont County In 2019/2020 the Township was able to purchase new government service trucks through a partnership with the USDA Rural Development Community Facilities Program. This small investment was a big boost for the Township government and their ability to continue to provide top notch services to the residents. The next priority for the Trustees is the construction of a new township government complex to store and maintain the new vehicles, store records and provide safe and healthy office space for the Trustees. The existing services building was built circa 1910 and it is failing to the point that it is now dangerous for employees and members of the public to use for township activities. It has single pane windows, malfunctioning HVAC and one of the exterior walls is bowing and close to collapse. The Township applied for funds through FEMA to fix this structural issue but was denied the funding. This new facility would be a safe place for township tax payers, a much more accommodating and accessible meeting location and the HQ for the township's road and maintenance department. Bellaire OH $200,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Belmont Volunteer Fire Department Our project is to build a new fire station that will hold all apparatus, equipment, and supplies under one roof while providing safety for our firefighters and community. Our current station consists of 2 buildings which have several issues. Both buildings are bowing at the sides and are unstable. The main building has cracks throughout from floor to ceiling. The second building is unfinished on the inside and rodents have been known to chew the wires on the vehicles causing damage and additional repair costs. There is very little room to walk through the bay and our engine is only inches away from the ceiling. Lack of drainage causes water to run to edge creating mold and deterioration of concrete. Turnout gear hangs at the back of the bay which is a health hazard. The carcinogens from the apparatus cling to the fabric. Not only is this a respiratory issue, it can also be a fire hazard. The carcinogens that cling may contain flammable particles and potentially ignite while fighting a fire (like walking into a fire covered in crude oil). This brings us to another shortfall of our current station. We have no room for a commercial gear/hose dryer. We were able to secure a washer/extractor for our turnout gear through the Bureau of Workers Comp. This helps to remove carcinogens, chemicals, and hazardous particles from our turnout gear. After washing, the turnout gear must be hung up to air dry. It can take up to 3 days for it to be completely dry. If turnout gear is worn wet to fight a fire, the firefighter may suffer extreme steam burns. If hoses are not dried properly, they may develop mold which could render them out of service. Our building is used by the Board of Elections for voting purposes. When this takes place, our apparatus must be removed from the bay and sit outside. The Poll Workers show up the evening prior to voting to set up and stay until tear down after voting polls are closed. This process takes approx. 36 hours. During inclement weather, this is not good for our vehicles. We also experience parking issues as we have no parking lot and only a narrow street. Often times, cars block our drives and it can be difficult to get a vehicle out for an emergency. The new station will enable us to keep all apparatus in proper bays with adequate space. There will be drainage in the floors to prevent water and mold issues when washing trucks. Turnout gear will be in a separate room away from the exhausts. There will be adequate separate sleeping quarters for firefighters and gender-separate restrooms and showers. Community room will be utilized for training and meetings. It will also serve as an Emergency Operations Center for the area. Belmont Township, Belmont and Stark County OH $4,385,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies The Somerset Builder's Club The Somerset Builder’s Club is a community educational facility focused on regional economic development and local community revitalization. The facility serves as an educational platform providing dynamic programming focused on enhancing the local workforce and nurturing entrepreneurship. Examples include senior technology adoption programs, after-school STEM-based programing, recovery-to-work support, as well as, co-working and makerspace facilities. The Village of Somerset OH $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Village of Somerset Somerset’s Emerald Necklace is an ongoing, phased green space project that aims to provide the residents of the village and the greater Perry County population with a connected and comprehensive recreational experience. The goal of the project is to acquire the CSX abandoned railroad property, open up the existing tunnel and create a hiking trail. Additionally, there is a lot of wetland mitigation that will need to be accomplished before a future bike path can be built on the site. This phase also funds the engineering and design work needed to apply for wetland mitigation and bike path construction. We have completed five phases and have secured $1,776,000 in funding from Clean Ohio Greenspace Conservation Fund and 25% local match funding. We initially created a 36-acre nature preserve on the northeastern edge of the village filled with a spectacular collection of hardwood forest, a healthy wetland environment, and an area of reintroduced grasslands. In addition of providing the village with a distinct public space for enjoying a natural landscape, In another phase, we acquired St. Joseph’s Lake, a 135-acre parcel that was previously owned by the Rush Creek Conservancy District. This lake acts as a back-up water supply and acquiring this parcel was pivotal in ensuring that the Village had autonomy over their own water resources as well as provide the Village with long term viability and sustainability of the community and surrounding environments. St. Joseph’s Lake also provides Somerset with a distinct green destination that is only a couple of miles outside the Village limits and adds to the growing Nature tourism that Somerset offers. This project will preserve & restore stream side forests. Project will provide high quality habitat for plants & animals. Our most recent acquisition was a 41-acre parcel that was previously used as affordable housing in the form of a trailer park. The poor conditions and dilapidated trailer homes were a large motivation for the Village to acquire this land and recondition it for a green space addition to the Emerald Necklace. The Village of Somerset, Perry County OH $125,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Village of Somerset Jacob Miller's Tavern is the only original building of those that established the Village of Somerset more than 200 years ago and is likely the sole remaining log cabin tavern in Ohio. Approximately 40 miles east of Columbus, this quaint village of 1,500 residents and more than 75 historic-registered structures is located in rolling farmland south of Buckeye Lake and southwest of Zanesville. Through a fascinating history outlined in a comprehensive Historic Structures Report by Schooley Caldwell Associates in 2012, we learned this local treasure had faded from memory and its identity was unknown for decades, primarily because siding camouflaged its log construction. The Tavern was occupied as a dwelling by a series of families -including that of Phillip Sheridan during his childhood, before he became a celebrated Civil War general. Once rediscovered, a historical marker was planted and the Perry County Historical and Cultural Arts Society purchased the building. A public-private collaboration rallied to save the structure, including Hocking College, which envisions an expanded educational presence in the region. The Fermentation Science program will teach students the business of making cider and other distilled products, with food prepared by Hocking College Culinary Arts students. The Jacob Miller's Tavern Group, led by private investors David Wilhelm and Doug Preisse, are bringing the Tavern back to life as the centerpiece of a special events complex, creating a thriving operation that will boost the local economy and provide jobs and support for surrounding businesses. This is Phase II of a public/private partnership project between The Perry County Historical and Cultural Arts Society, Jacob Miller's Tavern Group LLC, the Village of Somerset, and Hocking College, that focuses on restoration, renovation, and development of a regionally and nationally significant historic log structure. The Tavern is a rare surviving example of the type of log structure common in the 18th and 19th century, is the oldest extant building in the Somerset Historic District, placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1975. The building has played a significant role in the economy of Somerset since the 1800's when built as a tavern on Zane's Trace, the first national federally funded road, and continues to be a focal point of discovery and celebration being used as a community space for cultural activities. The project will take the Tavern from a limited use facility in need of stabilization and restoration to that of an impactful cultural community resource. The Village of Somerset, Perry County OH $375,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Perry County Community Kitchen and Farmer’s Pantry This funding request would: SUPPORT COUNTY FOOD PANTRIES - Expand support for our network of six local food bank serving low-income families. RENNOVATE AND EQUIP FOOD INCUBATOR - Acquire and renovate the Community Kitchen & Farmer’s Pantry (the Pantry) facility in a downtown historic structure currently being renovated with CDBG Downtown Revitalization funding to eliminate slum & blight that will be provide food security and support food sector economic expansion. PROVIDE OPERATIONAL & PROGRAMATIC SUPPORT - to the facility that will be used to deliver locally sourced meal kits to seniors as congregate meals were suspended due to COVID-19. PROVIDE EMPLOYEMENT AND ENTREPRENURIAL OPPORTUNITIES to COVID-19 displaced workers. Establish a “LMI Farmer Incubation” budget housed at the community kitchen, which will cover registration and set-up costs for eligible LMI farmers in Perry County at the Farmer’s market and farmers pantry. EXPAND FARMER’S MARKETS - Support the expansion of the Perry County Farmer Village of Somerset, Perry County OH $250,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Village of Brookside The Brookside Fire Department is located at 875 National Road and the building was built in 1934. In 1936 the worst flood in the history of the building happened and put water on the second floor of the structure. This caused the federal government to establish a 100 Year Flood Plan. Currently the fire department sits in the plan. When the Ohio River reaches flooding at 36 feet this places water in the building. Before this level the department has to start moving a supplies and equipment our of the building and into members garages and homes. This is a lengthy process while at the same time responding to help the community. During this time the emergency vehicles and sitting in a parking lot out of the flood waters. With this funding the department will be located out of the flood waters and gives the community that has been misplaced to this disaster a place to go in our community room. Currently the area has no shelter for disaster including flooding, power outages and other natural disasters. The Village of Brookside and surrounding area of Pease Township that we serve has around 1050 people during the day and 375 structures. The area also has the Bridgeport Schools Athletic Complex in our community. This can bring into up to 2,000 spectators. Without funding for this project we will only be able to support the construction of a garage for emergency vehicles and not the offices, training room, community rooms and shelters that is needed for this area. Completion of this structure will insure the metrics are met for this project. Village of Brookside, Belmont County OH $825,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Village of West Unity Being a small community it's hard to maintain village roads with all the price increases and and lack of revenue. These funds would help to bring our roads up to a level of safety by resurfacing the majority of poor ones. Our goal with this project is to bring our village roads to a level that we will be able to maintain them for the next few decades. Village of West Unity, Williams County OH $5,100,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Joint Emergency Medical Service DBA as Berholz EMS The purpose of our building request is to enhance daily EMS operations by keeping all vehicles, supplies and operational tools in one location. The purpose of our request is to enhance working and training conditions for our members. The purpose for our request is to enable BEMS to replace its current 1978 building that was pieced together at night and on weekends by volunteers. The size of our current structure is 28' x 30' x 12". This size provides room for only one ambulance. There is no room for expansion. There is no parking (must park at neighboring building). Building is not handicapped accessible. Electrical is outdated. There is no exhaust system, no central air (necessary to help keep medications at proper storage temperature), and no place for sleeping quarters. The building is leased from another community organization. Supplies and equipment are being kept in separate building that belongs to Bergholz Fire Department (BFD). EMS personnel need an area to complete reports and general office duties. Our volunteers need a place that accommodates meetings and training sessions. Our current building does not permit these activities. We utilize the BFD's space for training and activities. Purpose of our building request is to enhance daily EMS operations by keeping all vehicles, supplies and operational tools in one location. The purpose of our request is to enhance working and training conditions for our members. Our request will enable BEMS to replace its current 1978 building that was pieced together at night and on weekends by volunteers. The size of our current structure is 28' x 30' x 12". This size provides room for only one ambulance. There is no room for expansion. There is no parking (must park at neighboring building). Building is not handicapped accessible. Electrical is outdated. There is no exhaust system, no central air (necessary to help keep medications at proper storage temperature), and no place for sleeping quarters. The building is leased from another community organization. Supplies and equipment are being kept in separate building that belongs to Bergholz Fire Department (BFD). EMS personnel need an area to complete reports and general office duties. Our volunteers need a place that accommodates meetings and training sessions. Our current building does not permit these activities. We utilize the BFD's space for training and activities. Village of Bergholz, Jefferson County OH $534,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Village of Greenwich The Reservoir Park Community Building project would consist of the construction of a new structure to provide ADA accessible bathrooms, a small community room, and a concession window to serve the users of Reservoir Park. Currently the bathrooms are located at the other end of the park, are not ADA accessible, and are in very bad condition. The proposed structure would replace these bathroom, in addition to creating a community use room for the Village. The location of the new structure would replace an existing shed currently used by the boy scout troop for meetings. The existing shed has no plumbing or heating, therefore this demolition would be completed by the Village. The boy scouts would then have access to the new community room. Village of Greenwich, Huron County OH $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Village of Westfield The Community Center ADA Improvement Project proposes to improve upon an old fire station building, allowing it to become an active community center. In order to complete the process, improvements must be made internally to allow for ADA accessibility. An audit of the required work was completed in December of 2021, and the state capital dollars would be used to complete the proposed improvements. Improvement include, but are not limited to, Exterior Door and Access, Emergency Egress Door and sidewalk access, Men’s and Women’s restroom, signage and door handle hardware. Village of Westfield, Medina County OH $80,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Village of Westfield Center The Greenwich Road Slope Remediation Project is the proposed remediation of the southern embankment slope of Greenwich Road, with respect to protecting the existing sidewalk and roadway from further erosion and undermining. Greenwich Road is oriented east-west and consists of two drive lanes. The project area consists of the portion of Greenwich Road that is supported by an embankment that crosses a small stream valley, approximately 400 LF in length. The unnamed stream flows south under the embankment via a culvert to connect with Camel Creek just north of I-71. A 5’ wide concrete sidewalk runs parallel to the roadway along the south side of the embankment. Concerns of stability are evident based on three utility poles embedded on the south embankment being tilted southward as well as the observation of multiple areas of the existing sidewalk being undermined, leaving gaps between the base of the sidewalk and the underlying subgrade. Concern of the continuing slope failure may result in the loss of the sidewalk and placing Greenwich Road itself in jeopardy. State funds will be used to stabilize the soil by implementing a 2:1 reinforcing embankment slope along the southern side. Village of Westfield Center, Medina County OH $100,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Weathersfield Township Currently, the Ohio Fire Marshal’s Office uses one of our three fire stations to meet monthly and to train in from time to time; they will be able to use the new facility for those purposes. The 4H Youth Development in Trumbull and Mahoning counties will use the center to bring agricultural activities to an urbanized area of each county. This project will compliment work already completed by Weathersfield Township, in conjunction with the Regional Chamber, Eastgate Regional Council of Governments, Ohio Department of Transportation and others, that have invested heavily in improving Main Street (SR 46), one of the busiest corridors in Trumbull and Mahoning counties that holds the capacity to see tremendous economic growth. Weathersfield Township, Trumbull and Mahoning Counties OH $447,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Portage County Board of Commissioners (Water Resou In 2016, the Portage County Water Resources Department (PCWR) was approached by the Village of Mantua (Village) because they could no financially maintain their public water and sewer systems for their residents and the were requesting assistance from PCWR. After an extensive evaluation by PCWR and multiple public meetings the Village and Portage County entered into a Utility Transfer Agreement effective in 2021. To protect the current PCWR users a sizable monthly surcharge was added to the Village resident's sewer and water bills to cover the needed improvements that exceeds $13 million dollars (based on a 2018 estimate). The Village, established in the 1840s along the Cuyahoga River, provides water and sewer to approximately 500 households and businesses. The Village is a Low to Moderate Income (LMI) community, with a sizable elderly population (30.9%). The Village water distribution system is comprised of various pipe compositions and ages. Approximately 40 % (18,430 feet) of the it is the original cast iron (CI) pipe installed in 1902 and 35% (17,100 feet) is 4-inch diameter pipe (9,883 feet or 20% is of the 4-inch pipe CI). Four-inch pipe is no longer used in water distribution systems given it's limited capacity for fire flows. There are approximately 53 fire hydrants in the distribution system that range in age from 50 to 119 years old (well over the effective life) and many do not have watch valves which inhibits any repairs on them. The distribution system layout has a multitude of dead ends where water does not circulate that leads to: 1) poor water quality (sediments, bacteria, low chlorine residual); 2) limits water available for firefighting; 3)decreases line pressures on ends; and 4)increases the number of customers without water service during a water main repair. In addition, the the distribution can not support expansion of water service to the surrounding townships given the inadequately sized and condition of the water mains. PCWR performed hydrant flow tests on the system in 2021, where safely possible, and measured residual pressures as low as 28 pounds per square inch (psi) (below the minimum standard of 35 psi). Based on a survey and random excavations performed by the Village, there is no presence of lead service laterals, all reviewed were galvanized metal. However, a galvanized metal lateral has it's own draw backs since they tend to corrode internally over time which limits flow, pressure and causes water discoloration. The scope of this project is to loop the system, replace line valves, pipes, hydrants and sewer laterals to the (right-of way). If a lead service line is discovered during the construction the service lateral will be replaced to the water meter. Alternative construction methods (such as pipe bursting) and routes will be used where possible to minimize repairs to roadways and sidewalks as well as to maintain water service to the Village. Village of Mantua, Portage County OH $3,156,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies City of Gallipolis, Gallia County, The Gallipolis Volunteer Fire Department is known for its history of providing fire protection to our community and to the townships and surrounding communities. The department serves as a center for continuing fire safety training for departments throughout Southeastern Ohio. The City faces financial challenges, especially related to the General Fund and this is the source of funding for our police and fire departments. This grant assistance will assist the City in continuing its emphasis on maintaining high functioning and quality fire trucks for our department. City of Gallipolis, Gallia County, Direct benefit: Townships served by City, Gallipolis Township, Green (concentrated residential and commercial area) Township, and Addison Township. Mutual Aid to Point Pleasant, WV OH $550,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base To construct a small arms range and training and maintenance facility at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base. Columbus OH $8,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Project will increase access and enhance services for the thousands of survivors who need the support of the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center's hotline and other services each year. Funds will support completion of a comprehensive Language Access Plan, ensure physical health services are available to victims of human trafficking, and help communicate available services to those in need. Cuyahoga, Ashtabula, Geauga, Lake OH $750,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Energy and Water Development Corps of Engineers The proposed project will extend a water main along Turner Road in Canfield Township for fire safety services. Currently the residences along Turner Road have water wells. In the event of a house fire, the local fire department has to rely on pumper trucks and mutual aid from other fire districts. The proposed project will install fire hydrants along this road every 1000 feet which will aid in fire protection for a 7 square mile area. Austintown, Boardman, and Canfield Townships OH $1,000,000 Website Letter
Senator Brown OH Energy and Water Development Corps of Engineers ALRW currently has a 36-inch water transmission main called the Eastern Transmission Line (ETL) supplying water to a pump station. From the pump station there are 36-inch (ETL1) and 42-inch (ETL2) transmission mains supplying water to over 250,000 residents. This project will construct a redundant 42-inch transmission main supplying water to the pump station and a redundant 36-inch ETL1 supply line. Historically, the ETL's were constructed based on the needs of several communities surrounding Avon Lake. Since construction of the ETL's in the late 90's, demand by other communities has increased significantly. These communities have seen growth over the last several years and are expected to grow more over the coming years. Redundancy and resiliency are key to providing reliable drinking water to these communities. This project will achieve redundancy by adding an additional supply main to the pump station. In events of ETL water main failure, redundancy is achieved by having a second main to supply water. Once redundancy is achieved, then resiliency is achieved. Having the ability to provide seamless water service during emergency events is paramount. The new 42- inch ETL transmission main will be inter-connected to the Avon Lake water system for redundancy in the event of an emergency. It will also be inter-connected with the Rural Lorain County Water Authority system and the City of Elyria system. Avon Lake; and Cuyahoga, Medina, Wayne, Ashland, Huron, and Erie Counties OH $17,500,000