COVID-19 Response Tracker

Welcome to the Iowa COVID-19 Response Tracker, a clearinghouse of data that details how many taxpayer dollars have been spent in Iowa to respond to the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) public health crisis. The total of this tracker will be revised consistently as additional obligations of funds are disclosed.

Four different phases of bipartisan relief have been approved by Congress to help Iowa respond to the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 in our communities – and it is crucial that Iowans can account for how much aid has come to our state. As federal and state agencies respond to my requests for information, I will post their data and responses here for all Iowans to see. 

– Congresswoman Cindy Axne


Total amount of federal funds included in the Iowa COVID-19 Response Tracker:

$26,890,244,429

Running total for funds obligated specifically to entities in Iowa's Third Congressional District:

$1,864,969,464

Last revised July 30, 2021. Totals are revised when additional funding is disclosed publicly or replies are received by Rep. Axne.


Table of Contents

Federal Agencies

State of Iowa Agencies

Other Federal Funding Sources


Federal Agencies

Department of Health and Human Services

Find Rep. Axne's letter to HHS here.

April 7, 2020 – Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Supplemental Funding from Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA)

  • $11,736,310 to support 14 health centers. Full list available here.
    • IA-03 Health Centers
      • $1,509,635, Primary Health Care Inc. (Urbandale)
      • $562,265, Proteus Inc. (Des Moines)
      • $626,420, All Care Health Center (Council Bluffs)

April 10, 2020 - Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Provider Relief Fund

April 13, 2020– Hospital Preparedness Program

  • $780,939 for Iowa Hospital Association

April 15, 2020 – Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program COVID-19 Response

  • $173,737 for the Iowa Department of Public Health
  • $89,500 for Primary Health Care Inc. (Urbandale)

April 17, 2020 – Iowa's Emergency COVID-19 Project

  • $2,000,000 for Iowa Department of Public Health

April 21, 2020 – Administration for Community Living (ACL) grants for older Iowans and people with disabilities

  • $8,848,039 total – previously announced here.
    • $1,959,577 for Older Americans Act (OAA) supportive services
    • $4,702,984 for OAA home-delivered meals
    • $993,985 for caregiver support
    • $941,295 for Centers for Independent Living
    • $195,958 for OAA ombudsman
    • $54,240 for Title VI Tribes

May 13, 2020  – Nurse Education Practice Quality Retention - Registered Nurse in Primary Care COVID-19

  • $78,571 for Mercy College of Health Sciences

May 13, 2020 – Cancer Prevention and Control Programs for State, Territorial and Tribes 

  • $2,484,708 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

May 19, 2020 – Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC) for COVID-19 Prevention Efforts – authorized by legislation passed April 23rd

  • $100,843,972 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

May 28, 2020 – Hospital Preparedness Program

  • $1,941,978 for Iowa Hospital Association

May 28, 2020 – H80 Health Care Cluster

  • $1,604,371 Primary Health Care Inc. (Des Moines)

May 29, 2020 – State and Regional Primary Care Associations

  • $1,038,552 for Iowa Primary Care Association, Inc.

May 29, 2020 – Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC) for COVID-19 Prevention Efforts – authorized by legislation passed April 23rd

  • $1,433,832 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

June 10, 2020 – Additional tranche of payments from the Provider Relief Fund

  • $63,279,616 for eight providers in Iowa. Data available here; (providers not listed)

June 17, 2020 – Additional grants for the Hospital Preparedness Program

  • $1,941,978 for the Iowa Hospital Association
  • $1,802,092 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

July 2, 2020 – Additional grants for the Hospital Preparedness Program

  • $2,049,436 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

July 10, 2020 – Provider Relief Fund targeted distribution for small city and rural speciality hospitals

July 17, 2020 – Epidemiology and Laboratory Capacity (ELC) for COVID-19 Prevention Efforts

  • $3,941,947 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

July 17, 2020 – Provider Relief Fund awards for High Impact COVID-19 Areas

December 18, 2020 – CDC-RFA Grant for Immunization and Vaccines for Children

  • $1,060,853 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

January 19, 2021 – Immunization and Vaccines for Children

  • $28,508,748 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

March 12, 2021 - awards under the Substance Abuse Block Grant (SABG) and Mental Health Block Grant (MHBG) programs

  • $12,272,501 in SABG awards for Iowa
  • $6,483,317 in MHBG awards for Iowa 

March 29, 2021 – Iowa American Rescue Plan Act Awards for community health centers

April 29, 2021 - New funds from the American Rescue Plan

  • $238,002 for Iowa Primary Care Association, Inc – American Rescue Plan funding for PCAs
  • $130,000 for In Concert Care, Inc. – American Rescue Plan fudning for Health Center Controlled Networks

May 3, 2021 – American Rescue Plan Act Funding for Home Visiting

  • $617,596 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

May 20, 2021 — Cooperative Agreement for Emergency Response: Public Health Crisis Response

  • $19,452,788 for the Iowa Department of Public Health

June 1, 2021

  • $1,174,963 from the American Rescue Plan for Drake University's Head Start programs
  • $31,646,110 for the Iowa Department of Public Health as a part of the Iowa Initiative to Address COVID-19 Health Disparities Among Populations at High-Risk and Underserved

July 1, 2021

  • $6,815,087 for Iowa Department of Publich Health from the Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) Cooperative Agreement

Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) Relief Fund 

Rural Providers distribution, including rural acute care general hospitals and Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs), Rural Health Clinics (RHCs), and Community Health Centers located in rural areas.

For provider-level data for Health Provider Relief Fund Payments, click here.

Total: $1,238,105,131

IA-03 Total (at least): $91,983,942


Small Business Administration

In response to economic hardship related to COVID-19, Congress created relief programs to keep small businesses afloat and employees on payroll. Rep. Axne wrote to the SBA, which administers the programs through local lenders, to request updated details on the size and scope of relief funds coming back to Iowa's small businesses.

Find Rep. Axne's letter to SBA here.

Find U.S. Department of Treasury's response on the Paycheck Protection Program here.

Publically reported data on SBA programs usage in Iowa:

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Loans

  • PPP loans provided in the 2021 eligibility window:
    • $2,916,318,185 approved for Iowa businesses
      • 109,202 loans approved in Iowa as of May 17, 2021
  • PPP loans provided through 2020 eligibility windows:
    • $5,124,660,961 approved for Iowa businesses (as of August 08)
      • $1,393,543,291 went to businesses in Iowa's Third Congressional District. (As of August 08)
    • 61,414 loans approved for Iowa businesses (as of August 08)
      • 13,626 loans were approved for Iowa's Third Congressional District, supporting at least 120,762 jobs.

Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) Program

  • $1,009,434,150 approved (as of October 19)
  • 16,903 loans approved

EIDL Advance Grants (up to $10,000)

  • $86,215,000 approved (as of June 27)
  • 27,553 grants approved

Total: $9,144,199,993

Iowa's Third District Total (2020 PPP loans only): $1,393,543,291


Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

Find Rep. Axne's letter to FEMA here.

Grants previously reported to Rep. Axne:

April 28 – $4,133,165.30 to the Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management for State Management Costs incurred as a result of FEMA-DR-4483-IA (Iowa COVID-19 Pandemic).

May 6 – $78,305,740.90 to the Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management for Emergency Protective Measures performed as a result of FEMA-DR-4483-IA (COVID-19 Pandemic). 

September 25 – $7,893,115.67 to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics for Emergency Protective Measures performed as a result of FEMA-DR-4483-IA, (COVID-19 Pandemic).

March 23, 2021 – $3,574,232.58 for the University of Iowa for Emergency Protective Measures

March 23, 2021 – $77,710,400.52 for the Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management

May 18, 2021 — $3,822,992.48 in federal funding to the Genesis Health System for Emergency Protective Measures

Total reported by FEMA on December 18, 2020: $397.5 million

  • Public Assistance: $138.8 million
  • Crisis Counseling: $5.1 million
  • Lost Wages: $216 million
  • Mission Assignments: $36.6 million

FEMA Total: $482,607,625.58


Internal Revenue Service & Department of Treasury

The IRS and Department of Treasury are working to distribute Economic Impact Payments (EIPs) to qualifying Iowans. Those payments are distributed via direct deposit, prepaid debit card, or physical check.

In her letter to Secretary Mnuchin and the IRS Commissioner, Rep. Axne sought details of how many EIPs have been fully distributed and how many are still pending disbursement.

Find Rep. Axne's letter to the IRS and Treasury Department here.

 

Third round of economic impact payments (American Rescue Plan): On June 29, the IRS reported it had distributed 1,561,678 EIPs from the American Rescue Plan for a total of $3,904,122,000

  • 1,146,722 individuals qualified without a dependent, 414,956 qualified with a dependent.

Second round of economic impact payments (Consolidated Appropriations FY 2021): the IRS reported it had distributed 1,420,161 EIPs from the second round of direct payments for a total of $1,466,699,000

First round of economic impact payments (CARES ACT): the IRS reported it had distributed 1,543,039 EIPs in the first round for a total of: $2,747,102,000

 

Total EIP funding for Iowa: $8,117,903,000

 

Department of Treasury State & Local Funding from the American Rescue Plan

The American Rescue Plan will deliver $350 billion for eligible state, local, territorial, and Tribal governments to respond to the COVID-19 emergency and bring back jobs.

State Funding: $1,480,862,558.00

County Level Funding: $612,835,359 (Full county list here: https://home.treasury.gov/system/files/136/fiscalrecoveryfunds_countyfunding_2021.05.10-1a.csv)

IA-03 Counties: $163,030,984

  • Adair County; $1,389,192.00
  • Adams County; $699,646.00
  • Cass County; $2,493,243.00
  • Dallas County; $18,152,150.00
  • Fremont County; $1,351,898.00
  • Guthrie County; $2,076,213.00
  • Madison County; $3,173,465.00
  • Mills County; $2,934,746.00
  • Page County; $2,934,358.00
  • Polk County; $95,208,028.00
  • Pottawattamie County; $18,104,173.00
  • Ringgold County; $950,602.00
  • Taylor County; $1,188,932.00
  • Union County; $2,377,671.00
  • Warren County; $9,996,667.00

City Level Funding

Metropolitan Cities: $339,004,380

IA-03 Cities (metropolitan only): $133,399,885

  • Ankeny; $6,094,344.00
  • Council Bluffs; $24,810,055.00
  • Des Moines; $94,824,614.00
  • West Des Moines; $7,670,872.00

The term “metropolitan city” is defined “in section 102(a)(4) of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 (42 U.S.C. 5302(a)(4)) and includes cities that relinquish or defer their status as a metropolitan city for purposes of receiving allocations under section 106 of such Act (42 U.S.C. 5306) for fiscal
year 2021.”

Non-entitlement (non-metropolitan) cities in Iowa: $221,737,821.00

Non-entitlement units, defined in section 603(g)(5) of the Social Security Act, as added by the American Rescue Plan Act, are generally local governments with populations of less than 50,000. Non-entitlement units will receive Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds through their state governments. State governments will receive a specific allocation of these funds from Treasury for this purpose and will be responsible for disbursing these funds to non-entitlement units within their state. Award amounts are based on the population of the non-entitlement unit.

Total American Rescue Plan funding for Iowa: $2,564,440,118

IA-03 Specific Funds: at least $296,430,869


Department of Transportation

Find Rep. Axne's letter to DOT here.

Grants previously reported to Rep. Axne:

April 22 – Federal Transit Administration (FTA) – authorized through the CARES Act – for Iowa Department of Transportation

  • $33,288,313 in Section 5311 Rural Area Formula funds. Details available here.

April 29 – $70,416,305 in CARES Act airport support grants

  • $23,415,329 for IA-03 airports. Previously announced here.
    • $89,000 in CARES Act airport support grants for Ankeny, Shenandoah airports were announced on June 17th.

June 30 – $81,499 in CARES Act airport grants for Creston, Perry.

July 7 – $19,259,409 in CARES Act grants for the Des Moines Area Regional Transit Authority (DART) to support operating expenses for fixed-route, on-call, paratransit, and rideshare services, in order to respond to and recover from COVID-19.

February 2021 – Airports Coronavirus Recovery Grants Program from December COVID-19 relief bill:

$13,430,747 for Iowa airports ($5,492,494 for airports in IA-03)

  • Ankeny Regional; $23,000
  • Atlantic Municipal; $13,000
  • Schenck Field; $13,000
  • Council Bluffs Municipal; $23,000
  • Creston Municipal; $13,000
  • Des Moines International; $5,337,494
  • Greenfield Municipal; $9,000
  • Guthrie County Regional; $9,000
  • Perry Municipal; $13,000
  • Red Oak Municipal; $13,000
  • Shenandoah Municipal; $13,000
  • Winterset Municipal; $13,000

The full list of Iowa airport grants is available here.

June 22, 2021 — $26,947,772 in Airport Rescue Grants from the American Rescue Plan.

  • Algona; 32000
  • Ames; 59000
  • Ankeny; 59000
  • Atlantic; 32000
  • Belle Plaine; 22000
  • Bloomfield; 22000
  • Boone; 32000
  • Southeast Iowa Regional; 59000
  • Arthur N Neu (Carroll); 32000
  • Eastern Iowa (Cedar Rapids); 7,967,198
  • Centerville; 32000
  • Charlton; 22000
  • Northeast Iowa (Charles City); 32000
  • Cherokee County; 32000
  • Schenck Field (Clarinda); 32000
  • Clarion; 22000
  • Clinton; 32000
  • Council Bluffs; 59000
  • Creston Municipal;  32,000
  • Davenport Municipal; $59,000
  • Decorah Municipal; 32,000
  • Denison Municipal; 22,000
  • Des Moines International; 13,046,966
  • Dubuque Regional; 1,220,052
  • Emmetsburg Municipal; 22,000
  • Estherville Municipal; 32,000
  • Fairfield Municipal; 32,000
  • Forest City Municipal; 32,000
  • Fort Dodge Regional; 59,000
  • Fort Madison; 22,000
  • Greenfield Municipal;  22,000
  • Grinnell Regional; 32,000
  • Guthrie County Regional; 22,000
  • Hampton Municipal; 32,000
  • Harlan Municipal; 32,000
  • Humboldt Municipal; 22,000
  • Independence Municipal; 32,000
  • Iowa City Municipal; 59,000
  • Iowa Falls Municipal; 22,000
  • Jefferson Municipal; 32,000
  • Keokuk Municipal; 32,000
  • Knoxville Municipal; 32,000
  • Lamoni Municipal; 32,000
  • Le Mars Municipal; 32,000
  • Manchester Municipal; 22,000
  • James G Whiting Memorial Field; 22,000
  • Maquoketa Municipal; 22,000
  • Marshalltown Municipal; 32,000
  • Sioux County Regional; 32,000
  • Monticello Regional; 32,000
  • Mount Pleasant Municipal; 32,000
  • Muscatine Municipal; 32,000
  • Newton Municipal-Earl Johnson Field; 32,000
  • Oelwein Municipal; 32,000
  • Osceola Municipal; 32,000
  • Oskaloosa Municipal; 32,000
  • Ottumwa Regional; 32,000
  • Pella Municipal; 59,000
  • Perry Municipal; 32,000
  • Pocahontas Municipal; 22,000
  • Red Oak Municipal; 32,000
  • Rockwell City Municipal; 22,000
  • Sac City Municipal; 22,000
  • Sheldon Regional; 32,000
  • Shenandoah Municipal; 32,000
  • Sioux Gateway/Brig Gen Bud Day Field; 1,272,583
  • Spencer Municipal; 59,000
  • Storm Lake Municipal; 32,000
  • Mathews Memorial Tipton; 22,000
  • Vinton Veterans Memorial Airpark; 32,000
  • Washington Municipal; 32,000
  • Waterloo Regional; 1,135,973
  • Waverly Municipal; 22,000
  • Webster City Municipal; 22,000
  • George L Scott Municipal; 22,000
  • Winterset Municipal; 32,000

Total: $163,424,045

IA-03 Amount: $61,479,647


State of Iowa Agencies

Rep. Axne wrote to three Iowa state agencies that receive significant amounts of federal funding to request details on how much and how taxpayer dollars were being allocated to combat COVID-19.

Iowa Department of Management

Find Rep. Axne's letter to Iowa Department of Management here.


Iowa Department of Human Services

Find Rep. Axne's letter to Iowa Department of Human Services here.

Find Iowa DHS' reply here.

The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP):

  • $735,827 grant from Families First Coronavrius Response Act (HR 6201)
    • $2,186,878 available but not issued as a grant (not counted towards total)
  • $1,103,741 from the CARES Act
    • $1185,407 available but not issed as a grant (not counted towards total)

Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAP):

  • Medicaid received a 6.2% FMAP increase retroactively from January through current emergency status
    • March 2020: $81,136,000
    • June 2020: $95,697,000
  • Title IV-E Adoption, Foster Care, and Guardianship received a 6.2% FMAP increase retroactive to January

    • $232,068 for Foster Care
    • $990,255 for Adoption

Child Care And Development Block Grant:

  • $31,899,093 authorized by the CARES Act

CARES Act Provider Relief Funds for Mental Health Institutes (MHIs):

  • $59,774 for MHI in Cherokee
  • $52,360 for MHI in Independence

Child Welfare Services authorized by CARES Act:

  • $476,722 for IV-B Child Welfare Services

Coronavirus Relief Fund food assistance authorized by CARES Act:

  • $1,000,000 for the Double Up Food Bucks program working with the Supplemental Need Assistance Program
  • $1,000,000 to provide grants to the food banks in food and supply acquisition.

FEMA Crisis Counseling Program:

  • $995,184 grant received for Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program

Total: $215,378,024


Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management

Find Rep. Axne's letter to Iowa DHSEM here.

Find Homeland Security and Emergency Management's reply here – received May 19, 2020.

Funds obligated

April 4 (amount amended May 6) – $122,589,655 from FEMA (authorized by Stafford Act) for state response costs, including supplies, testing, consulting for face shields, and personal protective equipment (PPE) 

April 21 – $37,500 in direct federal assistance for FEMA Mission #2633-225099.

  • Award notes: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers shall provide facility assessments, planning, engineering, design, contracting and construction support to address medical facility shortages arising from COVID-19 situation in the State of Iowa

April 27 – $1,320,520 (via FEMA from CARES Act) for state and local response costs

April 28 – $4,133,165.30 from FEMA (authorized by Stafford Act) for State Management Costs

April 29 – $253,114 in direct federal assistance for FEMA Mission #2633-240805

  • Award notes: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Veterans Health Administration (VHA) will provide staff at the Iowa Veterans Home in Marshalltown, IA

April 29 – $2,918,250 in direct federal assistance for FEMA Mission #2633-240842

  • Award notes: Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Veterans Health Administration (VHA) will provide acute care (M/S) or intensive care (ICU) beds, as necessary, for residents/patients from the Iowa Veterans Home in Marshalltown, IA

May 6 – $78,305,740.90 from FEMA for Emergency Protective Measures performed as a result of FEMA-DR-4483-IA (COVID-19 Pandemic).

May 7 – $13,609,340  in direct federal assistance for FEMA Mission #2633-240805

  • Award notes: National Guard personnel under Title 32 pursuant to Section 3 of the President's April 14, 2020 proclamation on Providing Federal Support for Governors Use of the National Guard to Respond to COVID-19 (extension requested to June 30, 2020)

Total: $144,861,544

Awards under FEMA review (as of May 19):

$273,713 for state response costs; award noticed on March 23

  • Award notes: EOC support costs (meals and supplies), response OT, charter services

The under-review award for Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program was reported received by Iowa Human Services on June 1.


Other Known Federal Funding for COVID-19

Department of Education

$119,776,010 for the Higher Education Emergency Relief (HEER) Fund institution allocations – authorized by the CARES Act.

  • Full list of institutions available here.
    • $59,888,023 is the minimum allocation required to be awarded to students as Emergency Financial Aid Grants

$26,217,108 for the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund – authorized by the CARES Act. More information here.

Total: $145,993,118

IA-03 Total: $21,900,227


Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

April 2nd – First allocation of CARES Act funding

  • $22,512,757 – HUD’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program
    • $3,004,377 in CDBGs for IA-03 cities
  • $11,186,599 – HUD's Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) program
    • $1,108,334 ESG for Des Moines
  • $104,064 – HUD’s Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS (HOPWA) program

May 1 – Second allocation of CARES Act funding

  • $9,529,120  – HUD nonentitlement CDBG

July 10 - HUD formula grant awards

  • $2,872,290 through CDBG, HOME grants

July 24 - additional HUD formula grants

  • $39,789,423 through ESG, CDBG, and OPWA grants
    • $1,568,330 of these grants allocated for Council Bluffs

September 9 – additional CDBG grants

  • $12,331,201 CDBG, including $7,221,303 nonentitlement grant funding
    • $366,447 for Council Bluffs
    • $1,241,887 for Des Moines
    • $335,609 for West Des Moines

April 8, 2021 — $42,538,435 in American Rescue Plan funds to help communities across the country create affordable housing and services for people experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness. $3,556,317 specifically allocated for Des Moines.

Total: $131,334,769

IA-03 Total: $11,181,001


Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) provides assistance to agricultural commodity producers to absorb revenue losses and adjust to market changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

CFAP was awarded in two phases.

CFAP I data as of December 13, 2020:

  • Non-speciality* payments: $442,293,141 (44,770 applications)
  • Speciality payments: $116,329 (21 applications)
  • Livestock payments: $555,565,127 (1,029 applications)
  • Dairy payments: $32,282,368.84 (774 applications)

CFAP I Total: $977,832,242 (52,766 approved applications)

CFAP II data as of December 13, 2020:

  • Acreage-based: $737,520,714 (53,253 applications)
  • Eggs/Broilers: $3,986,691 (164 applications)
  • Sales Commodities payments: $11,492,605 (679 applications)
  • Livestock payments: $337,643,432 (23,060 applications)
  • Dairy payments: $34,180,531 (934 applications)

CFAP II Total: $1,124,822,972 (58,763 approved applications)

*Non-specialty commodities include malting barley, canola, corn, upland cotton, millet, oats, soybeans, sorghum, sunflowers, durum wheat, hard red spring wheat, and wool.

The congressionally approved Families First Coronavirus Response Act authorized assistance to Iowa through the USDA's Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP).

TEFAP Total: $2,922,705


Department of Justice (DOJ)

The Department of Justice has issued grants for the State of Iowa and Iowa counties and cities through the Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF) Program.

The full list of grants can be found here.

Grants obligated for Iowa's Third Congressional District:

  • April 22: $35,648 for Indianola
  • May 25: $58,334 for Council Bluffs
  • May 31: $509,302 for Des Moines
  • June 3: $35,773 for Polk County

CESF Total: $7,956,042

IA-03 Total: $639,057


Department of Commerce

July 16 – $13.1 million in Economic Development Administration (EDA) CARES Act Recovery Assistance grants to capitalize and administer Revolving Loan Funds (RLFs) that will provide critical gap financing to small businesses and entrepreneurs that have been adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic across Iowa.

  • IA-03 EDA Grants:
    • $550,000 for Southwest Iowa Planning Council in Atlantic, IA
    • $550,000 for Mid-Iowa Development Fund, Inc. in Polk City, IA
    • $1,529,007 for Southern Iowa Development Group Inc. in Creston, IA

August 12 – $795,945 in Economic Development Administration CARES Act Grants to support economic revitalization

  • $400,000 for the Southwest Iowa Planning Council based in Atlantic, in Cass County
  • $395,945 for the Southern Iowa Council of Governments based in Creston, in Union County

February 18, 2021 – $2,000,000 in Economic Development Administration (EDA) CARES Act Recovery Assistance grants to purchase equipment for Des Moines University's planned telehealth training center.

EDA Grant total: $15.8 million

IA-03 total: $5,424,952

 

Department of Veterans Affairs

May 18, 2021 — American Rescue Plan Payments to State Veterans Homes (SVH)

$5,083,042 for the Des Moines/Marshalltown SVH