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On May 10, the U.S. Department of Treasury released guidance on the State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Fund (Recovery Fund), part of the American Rescue Plan Act. The bill includes $65.1 billion in direct, flexible aid to every county in America, as well as other crucial investments in local communities. Additionally, the U.S. Treasury opened the new portal that counties must complete to receive Fiscal Recovery Funds.

In a major victory for America’s counties, the State and Local Coronavirus Fiscal Recovery Funds legislation, part of the American Rescue Plan Act, was signed into law by President Biden on March 11. The bill includes $65.1 billion in direct, flexible aid to every county in America, as well as other crucial investments in local communities, including $1.5 billion over two years for public lands counties.

Below are the amounts by counties in Montana:

Beaverhead County -  $1,836,134.00

Big Horn County - $2,587,060.00

Blaine County - $1,297,706.00

Broadwater County -  $1,211,464.00

Carbon County -  $2,083,206.00

Carter County  - $243,186.00

Cascade County - $15,804,392.00

Chouteau County -  $1,094,533.00

Custer County - $2,214,705.00

Daniels County -  $328,263.00

Dawson County - $1,672,974.00

Deer Lodge County -  $1,775,338.00

Fallon County -  $552,802.00

Fergus County -  $2,146,333.00

Flathead County -  $20,163,099.00

Gallatin County -  $22,227,463.00

Garfield County -  $244,352.00

Glacier County -  $2,671,359.00

Golden Valley County -  $159,470.00

Granite County - $656,331.00

Hill County - $3,201,824.00

Jefferson County -  $2,373,786.00

Judith Basin County -  $389,836.00

Lake County - $5,916,109.00

Lewis and Clark County -  $13,486,352.00

Liberty County -  $453,935.00

Lincoln County -  $3,880,881.00

Madison County -  $1,670,449.00

McCone County -  $323,212.00

Meagher County -  $361,672.00

Mineral County -  $854,066.00

Missoula County -  $23,230,898.00

Musselshell County -  $899,906.00

Park County - $3,225,521.00

Petroleum County -  $94,594.00

Phillips County -  $768,018.00

Pondera County - $1,148,142.00

Powder River County -  $326,709.00

Powell County -  $1,338,302.00

Prairie County - $209,195.00

Ravalli County -  $8,508,802.00

Richland County -  $2,098,356.00

Roosevelt County -  $2,137,398.00

Rosebud County -  $1,735,907.00

Sanders County -  $2,352,808.00

Sheridan County -  $642,734.00

Silver Bow County -  $6,781,829.00

Stillwater County -  $1,872,845.00

Sweet Grass County -  $725,868.00

Teton County -  $1,193,983.00

Toole County - $919,912.00

Treasure County -  $135,190.00

Valley County -  $1,436,586.00

Wheatland County -  $412,951.00

Wibaux County -  $188,217.00

Yellowstone County -  $31,330,634.00

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