City distributes $350,000 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to area non-profits

Updated November 07, 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 over three years.

The first year of grant awards from the ARPA funding totaling $350,000 was approved by the City Council at its November 3, 2022 meeting. The Grants Advisory Commission reviewed the grant applications and made funding recommendations to the City Council using the current commission guidelines which follow the City Council budget priorities.

The following are the organizations and their projects or programs funded in the first round of grants from the ARPA funds.

 Organization Project/Program Approved funding
 Take Not Troupe, Inc Capital Improvements for TNT Growth $25,000
 Compassion Planet TAY Mentoring Program $50,000
 Child Advocates of Placer Co. CASA for Roseville Foster Youth $24,000
 Placer Co. Law Enforcement Chaplaincy Critical Incident Chaplain Services $30,000
 Blue Line Arts Arts Education Support $20,000
 Volunteers of America-NCNN HomeStart Playground Project $56,000
 Seniors First Senior Nutrition Program $23,333
 The Petal Connection Operational and Mission Support $20,000
 Placer Food Bank Post-pandemic Hunger Relief $20,000
 Sierra College Foundation Student Support - Workforce Development $33,333
 Keaton's Child Cancer Alliance Paths to Wellness Beyond Pediatric Cancer $11,667
 Health Education Council Peers Helping Peers Roseville $23,334
 AMI Housing, Inc. Roseville Housing & Supportive Services $13,333


In order to distribute this cycle’s ARPA funding prior to the end of the calendar year, an off-cycle grant application and review process was developed. Non-profit programs awarded funds in the regular FY 22/23 grant funding cycle were not awarded duplicate funds. Priority was given to applications that requested $20,000 or more for one-time programs or projects, and operational support for new programs or expansion of current programs.

The remaining $650,000 in grant funding will be distributed over the next two fiscal years.

  • FY 23/24 - $350,000 – to be added to 23/24 Grants Advisory Commission regular funding cycle
  • FY 24/25 - $300,000 – to be added to 24/25 Grants Advisory Commission regular funding cycle

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