Funding to Other Local Entities

The American Rescue Plan Act will deliver $350 billion for eligible state, local, territorial and Tribal governments to respond to the COVID-19 emergency. Additionally, $122 billion will be going toward elementary and secondary education. The State of California will receive $43 billion in combined recovery funds, including $27 billion in state fiscal recovery funds. Listed below is a table of ARPA allocations throughout Merced County.

Jurisdiction 1, 2
ARPA SLFRF Allocation
Atwater$ 7,071,141
Dos Palos$ 1,322,176
Gustine$ 1,407,099
Livingston$ 3,563,440
Los Banos$ 9,816,683
Merced City$ 27,427,882
Jurisdiction Total
$ 50,608,421
  1. Allocation for Metropolitan Cities
  2. Estimated Small City Allocations - Non-Entitlement Units of Local Government
Local Educational Agency 3
ARPA Allocation
Merced County Office of Education$ 4,939,499
Atwater Elementary$ 15,029,068
Ballico-Cressey Elementary$ 1,189,454
El Nido Elementary$ 454,281
Hilmar Unified$ 3,602,509
Le Grand Union Elementary$ 1,496,338
Le Grand Union High$ 2,597,979
Livingston Union$ 6,873,000
Los Banos Unified$ 26,715,219
McSwain Union Elementary$1,325,654
Merced City Elementary$45,461,732
Merced Union High$ 31,100,232
Plainsburg Union Elementary$ 248,346
Planada Elementary$ 3,728,176
Snelling-Merced Falls Union Elementary$ 211,786
Weaver Union$ 10,123,515
Winton$ 5,633,919
Gustine Unified$ 5,863,837
Merced River Union Elementary$ 281,574
Dos Palos Oro Loma Joint Unified$ 7,457,645
Delhi Unified$ 8,103,679
Local Educational Agency Total
$ 182,437,442
  1. American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief