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Pennsylvanians will benefit from more than $32.6 billion in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding including $17.9 billion that will flow through state agencies.

Click counties on the map below to find detailed information about each of the projects funded with Recovery Act funds flowing through state agencies. When the county summary opens, click on the map markers (or the underlined project name) for more detailed information including project status, location and jobs.

Beneath the map is a  set of documents showing county summaries of the billions of Recovery Act dollars awarded directly from federal agencies to entities in each county. Click on your county for a compilation of direct federal funding. To print this summary, click the printer icon ( ) at the top of the document. More information about these awards is available on the federal website: www.Recovery.gov.


Impact: Local Information and Projects
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Oversight Commission
The Stimulus Oversight Commission reviews, monitors and advises PA’s plans for stimulus spending to assure that citizens get the best from the program. Learn more.
Concerned about suspected illegal or irresponsible actions regarding Recovery spending?  Call 877-888-7927. Learn more.
Do you want to view Recovery project contracts?
Contracts awarded for American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds by state agencies are posted online through the Pennsylvania Treasury’s office. Search for ARRA contracts.