Metro Portland Infrastructure Funding

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Metro Portland Infrastructure Funding
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Metro Portland Infrastructure Funding
Team Organizations DOT
DOE
EPA
HUD
Team Leaders Skip Newberry
Lynn Peterson
Participating Municipalities Portland
OR
Sectors Buildings
Public Safety
Transportation
Utility
Wellbeing
Broadband
Status Master Planning
Last Updated November 29, 2022

Summary

In November 2021, President Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which will invest more than $5 billion into Oregon’s infrastructure through more than 100 programs across many state agencies, local governments, and tribes.




May 18,2022 Today, the White House released a Bipartisan Infrastructure Law technical assistance guide to help state, local, Tribal and territorial governments navigate, access, and deploy infrastructure resources that will build a better America. The Biden Administration has identified over $700 million in dedicated funding across more than 65 technical assistance programs. In addition to highlighting federal government technical assistance, the White House Infrastructure Implementation Team has engaged with a range of external stakeholders including, philanthropic, labor and nonprofit organizations, to highlight available nongovernmental resources and create a pipeline to assist communities in quickly and equitably accessing and deploying federal infrastructure funding.https://www.slideshare.net/spcurtis/gctc-smartbuilding-bidenstimulus-13jan22