Community Facilities Loan and Grant Program
Recovery Goals

The goals of the Community Facilities (CF) Program are to provide funding for essential facilities related to health care, public safety, education, public services, transportation, and cultural projects. The funding results in an improved quality of life for rural residents while creating and saving jobs in rural communities. The specific Recovery Act goals are:

  • A minimum of 10% in project funding for investment in persistent poverty counties
  • 28,150 jobs created or saved (based on multiplier)
  • 24 million rural residents will have access to new or improved essential community services.

Performance Measurements

Outcome Output/Measure Result
Rural population with access to improved public safety services The number of rural residents with access to improved public safety services 2,791,260
Number of public safety facilities approved 563
Rural population with access to improved health care services The number of rural residents with access to improved health care services 3,548,260
Number of health care facilities approved 178
Rural population with access to improved educational opportunities and services The number of rural residents with access to improved educational opportunities and services 4,204,163
Number of educational facilities approved 312
Rural population with access to improved essential community services 24,000,000 rural residents with access to new or improved essential community services 15,549,415
Create economic opportunity in rural America Number of jobs created or saved (estimate based upon multiplier) 32,499
Improved community facilities in persistent poverty counties Ten percent of project funding for investment in persistent poverty counties 15.743%

Funding

RD ARRA Program Funding*

Total RD Program-Level ARRA Funding: $21,482,204,278
CF Program-Level ARRA Funding: $1,393,608,041

CF ARRA Obligated Funds

CF Program-Level ARRA Funding*: $1,393,608,041
Obligated: $1,389,529,796

*Note: Funding has been calculated based on a budget authority using conversion rates for loans, grants, and loan/grant combinations.


CF ARRA Obligated Projects

Number of CF ARRA Projects: 1,473
Number of States and Territories Awarded: 52

From: To:
$0 $0
$1 $3,485,639
$3,485,640 $12,934,326
$12,934,327 $33,274,535
$33,274,536 $231,654,086
State Number of CF ARRA Grants Number of CF ARRA Loans Funding
Obligated
Alabama 6 4 $2,867,580
Alaska 14 10 $62,665,385
American Samoa 0 0 $-
Arizona 1 2 $11,590,486
Arkansas 76 7 $19,493,000
California 101 13 $33,274,536
Colorado 31 1 $1,907,397
Connecticut 13 11 $66,432,285
Delaware 9 1 $656,450
Florida 4 5 $6,950,350
Georgia 16 21 $23,257,191
Guam 0 1 $2,250,000
Hawaii 1 8 $59,638,000
Idaho 5 3 $2,197,000
Illinois 20 5 $2,504,907
Indiana 19 6 $20,825,948
Iowa 75 9 $28,369,453
Kansas 17 12 $12,333,335
Kentucky 29 18 $90,058,047
Louisiana 12 5 $6,188,844
Maine 12 6 $6,825,800
Marshall Islands 1 0 $257,576
Maryland 23 0 $1,184,879
Massachusetts 4 5 $17,208,570
Michigan 59 23 $20,057,000
Minnesota 23 25 $30,914,700
Mississippi 57 10 $12,934,327
Missouri 107 32 $96,551,110
State Number of CF ARRA Grants Number of CF ARRA Loans Funding
Obligated
Montana 7 8 $6,645,960
Nebraska 8 15 $42,939,780
Nevada 8 2 $1,872,786
New Hampshire 20 2 $939,560
New Jersey 3 3 $1,140,800
New Mexico 3 8 $40,935,100
New York 33 31 $24,634,560
North Carolina 83 96 $231,654,086
North Dakota 5 12 $43,145,330
Northern Mariana Islands 0 0 $-
Ohio 24 18 $14,079,825
Oklahoma 33 3 $10,564,221
Oregon 1 1 $135,000
Pennsylvania 20 15 $11,517,269
Puerto Rico 0 0 $-
Rhode Island 0 4 $11,925,130
South Carolina 15 10 $54,905,160
South Dakota 14 16 $19,103,720
Tennessee 97 30 $56,119,174
Texas 25 16 $35,160,333
Utah 10 4 $15,244,900
Vermont 22 10 $8,265,888
Virgin Islands 0 0 $-
Virginia 91 26 $78,684,469
Washington 14 8 $3,485,640
West Virginia 12 5 $5,943,850
Wisconsin 22 16 $22,353,100
Wyoming 0 2 $8,740,000