Tracking Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Investments

On November 15th, 2021, President Biden signed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) which includes billions of dollars in competitive funding available to States, counties, and cities across dozens of new and existing programs to rebuild roads, bridges and rails; expand access to clean drinking water; ensure access to high-speed internet; to tackle the climate crisis and advance environmental justice, while investing in communities – both urban and rural – that have too often been left behind. Learn more about what's in the law. This is a shared endeavor no one can do alone, and investing federal infrastructure dollars will require significant coordination between cities, states, Tribal governments, community stakeholders, and other key partners.

This webpage shows what BIL grant funds the County is monitoring and seeking to pursue. For a list of what else is in the BIL that the County won't but pursing for various reasons, see here for more. As new information comes out of each program, the County will reassess pursing funding. 

Use the button drop-down menu below to explore grant programs by categories the County is monitoring:

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions & More Information

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  • What is the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law?

    On November 15th, 2021, President Biden signed the $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Law includes billions of dollars in competitive funding available to States, counties, and cities across dozens of new and existing programs to rebuild roads, bridges and rails; expand access to clean drinking water; ensure access to high-speed internet; to tackle the climate crisis and advance environmental justice, while investing in communities – both urban and rural – that have too often been left behind. Learn more about what's in the law.  

  • How does LUEG identify and pursue infrastructure funds?

    LUEG is identifying and seeking BIL funds for a variety of projects or programs from projects that will help rebuild roads to ensuring high-speed internet. LUEG is tracking grant funding opportunities in the following categories of the BIL:

    • Transportation
    • Clean Energy and Power
    • Water
    • Resilience
    • Broadband
  • When will funds be awarded?

    The process differs depending on the types of funds applied for. LUEG is committed to working with other local, State, and federal agencies, as well as stakeholders to ensure partnerships in applying for funding opportunities in order to maximize the award dollars the region receives.

What is included in the $1.2 Trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Law?

White House Bipartisan Infrastructure Law WebsiteResources:

Watch the White House Webinar Recordings for more information on each category.