Federal Assistance e311

A collaboration between Bloomberg Philanthropies and the U.S. Conference of Mayors helping cities identify, obtain, and retain federal funding for COVID recovery and response efforts and infrastructure investments.

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Affordable Housing Session with Treasury

On July 16, 2pm EST, we are hosting a session with U.S. Treasury officials to highlight strategies for using SLFRF funds for affordable housing production and preservation. Please register for the session here, and submit your questions for Treasury in advance of the session by sending them to COVIDe311 [at] bloomberg.org (COVIDe311[at]bloomberg[dot]org).

City Resources

The Federal Assistance e311 program has developed the following resources to support city efforts to meet the obligation deadline.  

Have questions about the Federal Assistance e311 program? covide311 [at] e.bloomberg.org (Contact us)!

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