Mayor's Office Launches ARPA Reporting Center

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Brandon M. Scott
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Dashboard Will Share Data About Proposals, Funded Projects, and Project Progress

BALTIMORE, MD. (Monday, February 14, 2022) — Today, Mayor Brandon M. Scott and the Mayor’s Office of Recovery Programs (MORP) launched the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Reporting Center. The ARPA Reporting Center is a dashboard designed to share data about proposals, funded projects, and project progress. This dashboard will allow the public to monitor investments made through the City’s $641 million ARPA allocation from the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Fund (SLFRF). 

“ARPA is a significant opportunity for the City of Baltimore. I established the Office of Recovery Programs to ensure we make strategic investments in Baltimore’s future and equitably deliver resources and services to City residents,” said Mayor Brandon M. Scott. “In line with my administration’s commitment to transparency and my Action Plan for ensuring the Responsible Stewardship of City Resources, setting up this ARPA Dashboard will allow everyone to see how much of an impact our investments are making.” 

The Mayor’s Office of Recovery Programs is responsible for regularly reporting to the United States Department of Treasury and the public. “We are excited to launch the ARPA Dashboard because it helps meet our goals of accountability and transparency,” said Chief Recovery Officer Shamiah Kerney. “The public should know how every dollar is invested.” 

Residents can access the ARPA Reporting Center dashboard at: The dashboard will be updated automatically with project updates as they become available. 

About the Mayor’s Office of Recovery Programs 

The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) provided $641 million to the City of Baltimore in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency and its negative economic impacts. Mayor Brandon M. Scott has established the Mayor’s Office of Recovery Programs to transparently and effectively administer this funding on behalf of the City. 

For additional information on the Mayor’s past investments in public health, violence prevention, putting Baltimore back to work, and supporting an equitable economic recovery from COVID-19, visit the Mayor’s Office of Recovery Programs website at This page is updated frequently with the latest ARPA-related information. 

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