Other Projects

The following city-proposed and/or internally-managed projects will be reviewed by City Council to determine which, if any, will receive funding. $7,636,349 remains for eligible subrecipient grantee, non-profit assistance requests, and internally managed ARPA projects. Note: $1,000,000 of this amount has previously been appropriated by City Council for non-profit economic assistance programs.

Economic Development

  1. Artist and Cultural Entity Support Grant Program

Estimated Cost

$500,000

Project Description

Grant program to provide targeted aid to the creative economy, an impacted industry sector as outlined by ARPA.

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Community Resources

  1. Child Care Voucher Program

Estimated Cost

$500,000

Project Description

Provide child care vouchers to assist low to moderate income families that have been financially affected by COVID-19.

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Fire

  1. Implement a Paramedic Program - Medical Squad Units

Estimated Cost

$1,600,000

Project Description

This is a two part proposal. Part 1 involves purchasing and staffing four medical units ($700,000). Part 2 involves training 16 personnel as paramedics ($900,000). Either Part 1 or 2 could stand alone as projects. 

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Washington Co. Ambulance Authority/Central EMS

  1. Acquisition of Equipment and Supplies

Estimated Cost

$757,917

Project Description

Proposal to use ARPA funding for acquisition of equipment and supplies in response to the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency, which includes the purchase of 22 power load stretcher systems, four new ambulances, one remount ambulance, and premium pay for essential workers.

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Fayetteville Public Library

  1. Workforce Training

Estimated Cost

  • Proposal A: $2,573,906
    • Job Skill Training for Impacted Industry and Residents for Accommodation and Food Services, Construction, and Information Technology at FPL (Multi-Year). 
  • Proposal B: $1,258,579
    • Job Skill Training for Impacted Industry and Residents for Accommodation and Food Services, Construction, and Information Technology at FPL (1 Year). 
  • Proposal C: $1,944,456
    • Job Skill Training for Impacted Industry and Residents for Accommodation and Food Services and Construction at FPL (Multi-Year). 

Project Description

Proposals are crafted with the intent of a two-pronged approach: 

  1. Provide job skill training to eligible residents who have been impacted and disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. Assist impacted industry sectors by helping them meet their needs for skilled talent 

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