Recovery Plan Performance Report
All metropolitan cities and counties with a population greater than 250,000 residents that received an award from the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund are required by the U.S. Department of Treasury to produce an annual Recovery Plan Performance Report. The City of Charlotte’s initial Recovery Plan provides information on Charlotte’s potential spending for the first tranche of this funding, and how the city plans to ensure program outcomes are achieved in an effective and equitable manner. Future iterations of this report will include project-specific information on spending and performance. Subsequent annual Recovery Plans will be posted on the city’s website.
The City of Charlotte has submitted the first Recovery Plan Performance Report for the Local Fiscal Recovery Funds provided by the American Rescue Plan Act. The city received the first tranche of this funding in May 2021. The city is continuing to work to develop a final spending plan for these funds targeted at those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with City Council scheduled to discuss possible uses of American Rescue Plan this topic at its Sept. 7, 2021, business meeting.
The Recovery Plan provides a general overview of potential categories of investment, which include Housing and Homelessness, Workforce Development, Community Vitality, and Operational Support.