Economic Recovery and Resiliency Framework

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Consultation has concluded.

On June 10, 2021, the Austin City Council adopted a COVID-19 spending framework for the City’s allocation of federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds. Read Resolution No. 20210610-077 for more information about the City’s spending framework. Visit ATXrecovers.com for resources to help businesses and individuals recover from the effects of COVID-19.

La consulta ha concluido.

El 10 de junio de 2021, el Concejo Municipal de Austin adoptó un marco de gastos COVID-19 para la asignación de la ciudad de los Fondos de Recuperación Fiscal Estatales y Locales de la Ley Federal del Plan de Rescate Estadounidense (ARPA, por sus siglas en inglés). Lea la Resolución No. 20210610-077 para obtener más información sobre el marco de gastos de la ciudad. Visite ATXrecovers.com para obtener recursos que ayudan a las empresas e individuos recuperarse de los efectos del COVID-19.


DEADLINE TO SUBMIT FEEDBACK CLOSED April 23, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.



The City of Austin is committed to restoring our local economy in a manner that is safe, equitable, and prosperous for all. We are working diligently to help businesses and individuals recover from the financial hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.


What is the Economic Recovery and Resiliency Framework?


The
City of Austin's Economic Recovery and Resiliency Framework (El Marco de Trabajo de Recuperación y Resiliencia Económica) features 45 opportunities to foster a more equitable, competitive, and resilient post-pandemic economy. These opportunities were identified during more than 125 stakeholder engagements with various groups, including an Economic Recovery Experts Panel, several COVID-19 Industry Focus Groups, Austin residents, and City employees. The Economic Recovery Strike Team grouped the opportunities into seven categories: Civic Innovation, Communication Enhancement, Employee and Business Assistance, Financial Support, Government Service Procurement, Health and Mental Wellness, and Public Infrastructure.


At this time, the City is seeking feedback on these opportunities. Scroll to the bottom of the page to submit your ideas or questions.






This site was designed to keep you involved and informed. For additional information, visit ATXrecovers.com and the Economic Development Department’s Small Business Resource Directory for additional local, state, federal, and community resources to help businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.



La consulta ha concluido.

El 10 de junio de 2021, el Concejo Municipal de Austin adoptó un marco de gastos COVID-19 para la asignación de la ciudad de los Fondos de Recuperación Fiscal Estatales y Locales de la Ley Federal del Plan de Rescate Estadounidense (ARPA, por sus siglas en inglés). Lea la Resolución No. 20210610-077 para obtener más información sobre el marco de gastos de la ciudad. Visite ATXrecovers.com para obtener recursos que ayudan a las empresas e individuos recuperarse de los efectos del COVID-19.


DEADLINE TO SUBMIT FEEDBACK CLOSED April 23, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.



The City of Austin is committed to restoring our local economy in a manner that is safe, equitable, and prosperous for all. We are working diligently to help businesses and individuals recover from the financial hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.


What is the Economic Recovery and Resiliency Framework?


The
City of Austin's Economic Recovery and Resiliency Framework (El Marco de Trabajo de Recuperación y Resiliencia Económica) features 45 opportunities to foster a more equitable, competitive, and resilient post-pandemic economy. These opportunities were identified during more than 125 stakeholder engagements with various groups, including an Economic Recovery Experts Panel, several COVID-19 Industry Focus Groups, Austin residents, and City employees. The Economic Recovery Strike Team grouped the opportunities into seven categories: Civic Innovation, Communication Enhancement, Employee and Business Assistance, Financial Support, Government Service Procurement, Health and Mental Wellness, and Public Infrastructure.


At this time, the City is seeking feedback on these opportunities. Scroll to the bottom of the page to submit your ideas or questions.






This site was designed to keep you involved and informed. For additional information, visit ATXrecovers.com and the Economic Development Department’s Small Business Resource Directory for additional local, state, federal, and community resources to help businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.