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Dayton Recovery Plan
Investment, Inclusion, Imagination
The Dayton Recovery Plan is a roadmap for Dayton's investment of $138 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act funds dedicated to recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic. Dayton's goal for the funding is to create long-term transformational and sustainable impacts in targeted areas, as well as special initiatives with impact citywide.
Projects and proposals were developed using a data-driven approach analyzing socio-economic, health, and demographic data to make informed funding decisions. Plan priorities were identified following an extensive community input process.
Follow the links on the left to learn more about how Dayton Recovery Plan funds are being invested.
Read an excerpt from the Dayton Connections newsletter detailing Dayton Recovery Plan activities in 2022.
Investments of Dayton Recovery Plan funds occur as the City Commission approves related contracts and agreements with recipient organizations and vendors providing services. Following is information released by the City of Dayton on just some of the approved items, as well as links to selected media coverage.
DRP Funds Important Demolition Step
DRP First Floor Fund Helps Open Old North Dayton Bakery
Recovery Plan to Support Senior Housing, Childcare Center
Bomberger Park Improvements Funded by Dayton Recovery Plan
6888 Kitchen Incubator Breaks Ground
City Announces Over $500,000 of Improvements for Triangle Park
City of Dayton Announces $4.3 Million for Community Investments
Recovery Plan: $1.8 million for Home Renovations
City of Dayton Announces $800,000 in Investments for Local Organizations
First Floor Fund to Support Small Businesses