Mayor Sheldon Neeley is asking residents to provide input on how the City of Flint should prioritize funding received as part of the American Rescue Plan Act. The City of Flint is expected to receive about $99 million as part of the $1.9 trillion package that also provides direct assistance to fund COVID-19 vaccinations and testing as well as mortgage assistance, renters assistance, and stimulus checks. 

This is short-term funding that must be spent by 2024 and additional details still are emerging on how the dollars can be spent. 

Based on input from residents over the last year and a half, Mayor Neeley has outlined five potential priority areas. All residents are invited to take this opportunity to both rank these priorities and share additional areas to consider for potential funding. 

Additional comments are welcome at input@cityofflint.com.

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* 1. Please rank the following possible Priority Areas from most important to least important:

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* 2. Please describe any "Other" possible funding priority:

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