We’d love your feedback
The Town of Lyman is looking for public input on how to use ARPA funds available to the Town
Click on the link below for the survey
Signed into law, March 11th, 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act provides additional funding for local governments. The funds must be spent or allocated by 2024 to respond to immediate public health and financial stability needs, and support households, workers and business’s that were hit hardest by the pandemic. The funds are also intended to be used to make strategic long-term infrastructure investments for a strong economic and equitable recovery
The Town of Lyman received $477,620.85 in ARPA Funds of which $165,906.23 has been allocated to purchase equipment for the Goodwins Mills Fire and Rescue. That leaves the Town with $311,714.62 in ARPA funds.
The committee is looking for public input on how the funds can be allocated as a benefit for the community.
Page last Updated on August 30, 2022