American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)

Phase 2 Projects

On March 11, 2021, President Biden signed the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 into law. The $1.9 trillion package is intended to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, including the public health and economic impacts. The ARPA created the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds Program (CSLFRF) delivering $350 billion to cover increased expenditures, lost revenues, and public sector relief. The City of Eugene received an allocation of $35,908,036 in CSLFRF funding in two phases of $17, 954,018, with the first phase received on June 1, 2021 and the second phase on June 1, 2022. The figures below are phase 2 investments only.

Phase 2 projects, for-explanation of pie chart refer to table at bottom of page

Contributions to Financial Stability

Body Worn Cameras    $1,660,000

Cost to replace cameras, software services, and docking stations.


Financial Resilience    $300,000

Consulting and services to enhance strategic planning and technical tools for biennial budget process implementations.


Cybersecurity    $350,000

Investments in software and cyber infrastructure.


COVID-19 Response    $250,000

Personal protective equipment, virtual meeting equipment and software, and general government operations.


ARPA Coordination    $150,000

Temporary employee to provide project management of direct ARPA funds and coordinate grant applications for state and federal funding.


Alternative Response Implementation    $175,000

Implementation of recommendations to enhance public safety response to mental health crisis and homelessness related issues.


Housing Implementation Pipeline    $150,000

Temporary employee to support project coordination, communication, and project management.


Station Budget Reduction Replacement    $1,000,000

Supports keeping fire engine #5 fully operational and staffed.


Basic Life Support – Ambulance Fund    $290,000

Supports the cost to keep one Basic Life Support Ambulance fully operational and staffed.

Capital Fund Investments

Roofing Projects $2,375, 000

Engineering studies and roof replacement at Community Performing Arts Center, Library, and Fire Stations.

  • Hult Center Roof    $1,000,000
  • Fire Station Roofing    $1,000,000
  • Library Roof    $375,000


Park Projects $3,300,000

Planning and community engagement underway in anticipation of park renovations and construction starting in 2024.

  • Trainsong Renovation     $200,000
  • MLK Jr. Park Renovation    $200,000
  • Scobert Gardens Renovation    $200,000
  • West Bank Park Development     $200,000
  • Striker Field Development    $500,000
  • Mattie Reynolds Park Development    $2,000,000

Unhoused Community Response

Unhoused Community Response    $8,075,000

General Unhoused Response expenditures Including support for River Ave. Navigation Center operations.

Phase 2 Projects (data only)

Project NameAmount
Unhoused Community$8 M
Capital Funds 
Projects - Facilities
$2.3 M
Capital Funds 
Projects - Parks
$3.3 M
Financial Stability$4.3 M