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File #: RS-22-049    Version: Name: Nonprofit Application Process for ARPA and PFC Funding
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/24/2022 In control: City Council
On agenda: 4/12/2022 Final action: 4/12/2022
Title: Consider a memorandum/resolution to approve a nonprofit application process for American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and Public Facility Corporation funding (PFC).
Sponsors: City Manager Department
Indexes: American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA)
Attachments: 1. Staff Report, 2. ARPA Nonprofit FAQs, 3. ARPA Nonprofit Application, 4. PFC Nonprofit Youth Organizations FAQs, 5. PFC Nonprofit Youth Organization Application
Title

Consider a memorandum/resolution to approve a nonprofit application process for American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and Public Facility Corporation funding (PFC).

Summary

DATE: April 5, 2022

TO: Kent Cagle, City Manager

FROM: Danielle Singh, Assistant City Manager

SUBJECT: Nonprofit Application Process ARPA and PFC Funding

BACKGROUND AND FINDINGS:

The City of Killeen has been allocated $29,117,907 in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funds. The City Council allocated $150,000 of these funds to nonprofits. The Public Facility Corporation (PFC) received a $350,000 structuring fee for the North Killeen Apartments Project (NRP) that was transferred to the City of Killeen. City Council, acting as the PFC, directed those funds to be used for a nonprofit grant program for youth organizations. Based on the City Council's direction, Staff drafted two separate grant programs for adoption - 1) PFC Nonprofit Youth Organization and 2) ARPA Nonprofit Program.

In order to qualify for the PFC Nonprofit Youth Organization Program, nonprofits must serve a public purpose by providing a service that enhances a service the City provides, provide an identifiable secondary benefit to the City, or providing a service the City could provide but chooses not to. In accordance with State law, the funds may not be used to benefit private parties, and the City must maintain control of the funds. Nonprofits will need to document that funds were used for a public purpose before reimbursement can occur under the program.

In order to qualify for the ARPA Nonprofit Grant Program, nonprofits must meet the same criteria as the PFC program, along with additional ARPA requirements. ARPA funds should be directed towards low to moderate income residents, residents disproportionately impacted by the pandemic, or provide services in or to those living in a Qualified Census Tract. The use of funds must directly address a negative impact of the pandemic. Any funding used must be propor...

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