~ St. Louis, MO - Mayor Tishaura O. Jones has announced the launch of the Stronger STL website, a platform designed to showcase the transformative impact of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds allocated to the City of St. Louis. The website also aims to provide support for residents and organizations seeking information on funding eligibility and allocation.

According to Mayor Jones, this new platform highlights the city's commitment to building a better St. Louis both now and in the future. "The Stronger STL website provides a direct line of sight into how these funds are being deployed to grow and foster resilience within our communities," she stated.

The Biden administration's allocation of $350 billion to state and local governments has been a vital lifeline for the region, with $498 million dedicated specifically to the City of St. Louis. The Stronger STL website serves as a centralized hub for residents to access these funds and stay updated on current projects.

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One of the main features of the website is its showcase of local businesses' incredible work in revitalizing the community and creating a more resilient future for all residents in the St. Louis region. Residents, nonprofits, and businesses can also use the site to determine their eligibility for certain ARPA funding, such as homebuyer assistance and small business and nonprofit funding.

As of January 31, 2024, St. Louis City has already funded 223 projects with a total appropriation of $498,076,020.00. Notably, $272,519,142.08 has been programmed so far, representing 54.7% of the total appropriation. This hub serves as an illustration of both impact and accountability in connection to ARPA-funded projects.

The Stronger STL website can be accessed at for those interested in learning more about how these funds are being utilized in their community.

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