The City’s American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) survey will be available online, May 1 – June 11
STONECREST, GA – Beginning May 1, the City of Stonecrest will invite residents, community organizations, business owners and stakeholders to participate in an online survey to assist officials in determining the best use of funds received from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA).
The Act was signed into law on March 11, 2021. It is the sixth COVID-19 relief bill enacted and provides approximately $1.9 trillion in assistance. The City has been allocated $9.7 million in funding to address the negative impacts of the pandemic through a number of opportunities, including education, housing, food assistance, or loan and grant programs.
The theme for the City’s outreach effort is “Stonecrest Forward.”
“As the City and its residents continue to recover and move forward from this global pandemic, we encourage the community to join the conversation and share their ideas for shaping the future of Stonecrest,” said Mayor Pro Tem George Turner. “It is important that everyone completes this survey because their opinions matter.”
The ARPA survey will be available on the City’s website from May 1 through June 11. To fill out the survey, visit the City’s website at www.stonecrestga.gov, and click Stonecrest Forward.