Seal of Caroll County, Maryland


American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

Contact Information:

Phone:
    410-386-2043
Fax:
    410-386-2485
TT users (MD Relay):
    711/800-735-2258

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 has provided funding for some Carroll County agencies and projects. Below is a list outlining those projects of which Carroll County Government is aware that have been granted funds through the federal act.

Note: Most recent change denoted in red

Department Project Description Funds Allocated
Planning
(Carroll Area Transit System)
Facilities and equipment:
   Bus radio system
   Computer work stations
   Wireless Internet on vehicles
   Bus equipment
   New lot/building/shelter
   Routing and dispatching software

Vehicles:
   Small bus 16/2 replacement
   Small bus 12/2 replacement
   Small bus 16/2 replacement
   Support vehicles - 2 hybrid cars
   Small bus 12/2 replacement

$106,466
$8,478
$14,150
$75,000
$849,965
$260,000


$51,730
$51,730
$51,730
$48,724
$51,730
 
 Total for CATS$1,569,703
 
Funding Source: Federal Transit Administration via MD Transit Administration/Dept. of Transportation
 
Public Works Pavement preservation Mill and overlay - Center Street, Gorsuch Road, Kate Wagner Road, Ridge Road, and portion of Woodbine Road (Includes reconstruction of sidewalk ramps to meet Americans with Disabilities Act within the project limits) $2,715,000
 
 Total for Public Works$2,715,000
 
Funding Source: US Department of Transportation via MD Department of Transportation, State Highway Administration
 
Economic Development
(Business Employment Resource Center)
Workforce Investment Act:
Dislocated Worker Program
Summer Youth Employment
Adult Program

$507,368
$54,636.50
26,317.50
 
 Total for BERC$588,322
 
Funding Source: U.S. Labor Dept. via MD Dept. of Labor, Licensing & Regulation
 
Westminster Police Department
Westminster Police Department
 
$57,421

$13,882
 
 Total for Westminster Police Department$71,303
Funding Source: U.S. Department of Justice
 
Citizen Services Weatherization Program
Human Services program
Bureau of Aging
Emergency Food and Shelter Program
Weatherization for eligible Allegheny Power customers
Housing assistance for low-income, non-elderly disabled member in household
Rental assistance program
Salvation Army - emergency shelter
HSP - Short-term housing assistance, eviction prevention and utility assistance
HSP - Domestic violence victim support services
Local Management Board - Carroll Mentoring
$917,052
$414,000
$30,815
$37,695
$60,000
$129,343

$152,668
$19,700
$184,922

$57,595
$81,020
 
 Total for Citizen Services$2,084,810
 
Funding Sources: U.S Energy Dept. via MD Dept. of Housing and Community Development (five grants), U.S. Dept, of Housing and Urban Development via MD Dept. of Housing and Community Development, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services via MD Dept. of Aging, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency; U.S. Energy Dept via Allegheny Power; and U.S. Dept. of Justice via Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention.
 
Planning Energy Efficiency & Conservation Block Grant $684,100
 
 Total for Energy$684,100
 
Funding Source: U.S. Energy Dept.
 
Carroll County Sheriff's Office Mobile data computers and software for patrol cars operated by the Sheriff's Office, Hampstead, Manchester, Sykesville, Taneytown and Westminster Police Departments $597,440
 
 Total for Sheriff's Office$597,440
 
Funding Source: U.S. Dept. of Justice via Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention.
 
TOTAL FUNDS FOR CARROLL COUNTY as of 05/27/2010$8,253,257