City makes $1 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds available for community benefit

Updated July 18, 2022

The City of Roseville received $17 million in one-time funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 to assist with City and community needs. The Roseville City Council allocated $1 million of these funds to the Roseville Grants Advisory Commission for distribution to the Roseville community.

The Grants Advisory Commission will grant these funds using the current commission guidelines which follow the City Council budget priorities.  The ARPA funds will be disbursed over the next three fiscal years through the Grants Advisory Commission process.

The first round of applications opened July 18, 2022. Applications are due to the City by 5 p.m., August 12, 2022. Applications will be accepted online only through ZoomGrants at

The $1 million in grant funding will be distributed over the next three fiscal years as follows:

  • FY 22/23 - $350,000 – to be distributed immediately, with an expedited cycle
  • FY 23/24 - $350,000 – to be added to 23/24 Grants Advisory Commission funding cycle
  • FY 24/25 - $300,000 – to be added to 24/25 Grants Advisory Commission funding cycle

The following cycle calendar is being adopted in order to expedite the 2022/2023 funding distribution:

  • 07/18/2022 – Applications released
  • 08/12/2022 – Applications due by 5 p.m., via ZoomGrants
  • 10/11/2022 – Finalize Funding Recommendations at Grants Commission Meeting
  • 11/02/2022 – City Council Meeting - Action on Funding Recommendations 

Get more information about the application process for the 2022 APRA funding here.

Learn more about the Roseville Grants Advisory Commission and yearly funding cycle here.