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Projects

Funds Approved by Category*
Status of Funds*
Total ARP Funds: $34,491,474.00

*Graphs are updated quarterly when we submit our reports to the U.S Treasury. Next update: January 31, 2023

Housing

  • 21 Elizabeth Street
    • $700,000 approved to purchase 21 Elizabeth to add emergency housing.
  • 114 Route 28
    • $2 million approved to extend sewer and water under Route 28 to facilitate the creation of affordable and transitional housing.
  • Golden Hill
    • $1.5 million approved to demolish the old County Jail to make way for affordable housing.
  • Land Bank
    • $1 million approved to effectively decrease the number of tax delinquent properties, and to reuse such properties to revitalize communities within Ulster County.
  • Silver gardens
    • $600,000 approved to support the instillation of a geothermal system at an anticipated affordable housing development for seniors.

Government Operations

  • Premium Pay
    • $1,413,983 expended for County employees who worked during the Pandemic.
  • POD (Point of Distribution) Sites
    • $324,995 expended for the development of Vaccine distribution sites
  • Ulster County Service Center
    • $405,792 expended for the development of the call center to improve constituent access to government services.
  • ARP Administration
    • $1,203,799 approved for the creation of three administrative positions through the end of 2026 for the management of ARP Funds.

Infrastructure and Trails

  • Rail Trail Improvements
    • $2.1 million to extend three trails for recreation and economic development.
  • Municipal Sewer and Water Grant Program
    • $5 million to administer grant program for municipalities to improve publicly owned sewer and water systems through projects that have a positive and substantial impact on affordable housing, economic recovery, and public health.

Economic Recovery and Community Programs

  • Non-Profit Recovery and Resilience Grant
    • $1.5 million to administer a grant program for 501(c)3 and 501(c)19 organizations to aid in recovery from revenue loss and program costs.
  • Small Business Recovery Grant
    • $1 million to extend a small business grant program for economic recovery.
  • Brownfields Redevelopment Program
    • $750,000 for the remediation of blighted properties around Ulster County.
  • Homeowner Energy Improvements and Job Training
    • $90,000 approved to assist the coordination of an ongoing job training program to individuals.
  • Parks Grant Program
    • $2 million approved to develop and sustain green park spaces. 
  • Boost for Main Streets
    •  $2 million for the rehabilitation of commercial
      properties, storefront improvements, and façade improvements.

Mental Health and Addiction Recovery

  • Crisis Stabilization
    • $3 million dedicated for Crisis Stabilization Center to be located at 368 Broadway, Kingston NY
  • Mental Health in Schools
    • $750,000 approved to promote overall wellness for children at school and at home.
  • Crisis Stabilization
    • $3 million approved to purchase 368 Broadway, Kingston NY.
    • Provide 24/7 mental health and addiction support and treatment for all ages and families.
  • Mental Health in Schools
    • $750,000 approved to promote overall wellness at school and at home.
  • Respite Houses
    • $1,500,000 dedicated to implement the Ulster County Respite House Policy
Funds Approved by Category*
Status of Funds*
Total ARP Funds: $34,491,474.00

*Graphs are updated quarterly when we submit our reports to the U.S Treasury. Next update: January 31, 2023

Housing

  • 21 Elizabeth Street
    • $700,000 approved to purchase 21 Elizabeth to add emergency housing.
  • 114 Route 28
    • $2 million approved to extend sewer and water under Route 28 to facilitate the creation of affordable and transitional housing.
  • Golden Hill
    • $1.5 million approved to demolish the old County Jail to make way for affordable housing.
  • Land Bank
    • $1 million approved to effectively decrease the number of tax delinquent properties, and to reuse such properties to revitalize communities within Ulster County.
  • Silver gardens
    • $600,000 approved to support the instillation of a geothermal system at an anticipated affordable housing development for seniors. 

Government Operations

  • Premium Pay
    • $1,413,983 expended for County employees who worked during the Pandemic.
  • POD (Point of Distribution) Sites
    • $324,995 expended for the development of Vaccine distribution sites
  • Ulster County Service Center
    • $405,792 expended for the development of the call center to improve constituent access to government services.
  • ARP Administration
    • $1,203,799 approved for the creation of three administrative positions through the end of 2026 for the management of ARP Funds.

Infrastructure and Trails

  • Rail Trail Improvements
    • $2.1 million to extend three trails for recreation and economic development.
  • Municipal Sewer and Water Grant Program
    • $5 million to administer grant program for municipalities to improve publicly owned sewer and water systems through projects that have a positive and substantial impact on affordable housing, economic recovery, and public health.

Economic Recovery and Community Programs

  • Non-Profit Recovery and Resilience Grant
    • $1.5 million to administer a grant program for 501(c)3 and 501(c)19 organizations to aid in recovery from revenue loss and program costs.
  • Small Business Recovery Grant
    • $1 million to extend a small business grant program for economic recovery.
  • Brownfields Redevelopment Program
    • $750,000 for the remediation of blighted properties around Ulster County.
  • Homeowner Energy Improvements and Job Training
    • $90,000 approved to assist the coordination of an ongoing job training program to individuals.
  • Parks Grant Program
    • $2 million approved to develop and sustain green park spaces. 
  • Boost for Main Streets
    •  $2 million for the rehabilitation of commercial
      properties, storefront improvements, and façade improvements.

Mental Health and Addiction Recovery

  • Crisis Stabilization
    • $3 million dedicated for Crisis Stabilization Center to be located at 368 Broadway, Kingston NY
  • Mental Health in Schools
    • $750,000 approved to promote overall wellness for children at school and at home.
  • Respite Houses
    • $1,500,000 dedicated to implement the Ulster County Respite House Policy.
Funds Approved by Category*
Status of Funds*
Total ARP Funds: $34,491,474.00

*Graphs are updated quarterly when we submit our reports to the U.S Treasury. Next update: January 31, 2023

Housing

  • 21 Elizabeth Street
    • $700,000 approved to purchase 21 Elizabeth to add emergency housing.
  • 114 Route 28
    • $2 million approved to extend sewer and water under Route 28 to facilitate the creation of affordable and transitional housing.
  • Golden Hill
    • $1.5 million approved to demolish the old County Jail to make way for affordable housing.
  • Land Bank
    • $1 million approved to effectively decrease the number of tax delinquent properties, and to reuse such properties to revitalize communities within Ulster County.
  • Silver gardens
    • $600,000 approved to support the instillation of a geothermal system at an anticipated affordable housing development for seniors.

Government Operations

  • Premium Pay
    • $1,413,983 expended for County employees who worked during the Pandemic.
  • POD (Point of Distribution) Sites
    • $324,995 expended for the development of Vaccine distribution sites
  • Ulster County Service Center
    • $405,792 expended for the development of the call center to improve constituent access to government services.
  • ARP Administration
    • $1,203,799 approved for the creation of three administrative positions through the end of 2026 for the management of ARP Funds.

Infrastructure and Trails

  • Rail Trail Improvements
    • $2.1 million to extend three trails for recreation and economic development.
  • Municipal Sewer and Water Grant Program
    • $5 million to administer grant program for municipalities to improve publicly owned sewer and water systems through projects that have a positive and substantial impact on affordable housing, economic recovery, and public health.

Economic Recovery and Community Programs

  • Non-Profit Recovery and Resilience Grant
    • $1.5 million to administer a grant program for 501(c)3 and 501(c)19 organizations to aid in recovery from revenue loss and program costs.
  • Small Business Recovery Grant
    • $1 million to extend a small business grant program for economic recovery.
  • Brownfields Redevelopment Program
    • $750,000 for the remediation of blighted properties around Ulster County.
  • Homeowner Energy Improvements and Job Training
    • $90,000 approved to assist the coordination of an ongoing job training program to individuals.
  • Parks Grant Program
    • $2 million approved to develop and sustain green park spaces. 
  • Boost for Main Streets
    •  $2 million for the rehabilitation of commercial
      properties, storefront improvements, and façade improvements.

Mental Health and Addiction Recovery

  • Crisis Stabilization
    • $3 million dedicated for Crisis Stabilization Center to be located at 368 Broadway, Kingston NY
  • Mental Health in Schools
    • $750,000 approved to promote overall wellness for children at school and at home.
  • Crisis Stabilization
    • $3 million dedicated for Crisis Stabilization Center to be located at 368 Broadway, Kingston NY.
  • Mental Health in Schools
    • $750,000 approved to promote overall wellness at school and at home.
  • Respite Houses
    • $1,500,000 dedicated to implement the Ulster County Respite House Policy.

Infrastructure and Trails

  • Rail Trail Improvements
    • $2.1 million to extend three trails for recreation and economic development.
  • Municipal Sewer and Water Grant Program
    • $5 million to administer grant program for municipalities to improve publicly owned sewer and water systems through projects that have a positive and substantial impact on affordable housing, economic recovery, and public health.

Economic Recovery and Community Programs

  • Non-Profit Recovery and Resilience Grant
    • $1.5 million to administer a grant program for 501(c)3 and 501(c)19 organizations to aid in recovery from revenue loss and program costs.
  • Small Business Recovery Grant
    • $1 million to extend a small business grant program for economic recovery.
  • Brownfields Redevelopment Program
    • $750,000 for the remediation of blighted properties around Ulster County.
  • Homeowner Energy Improvements and Job Training
    • $90,000 approved to assist the coordination of an ongoing job training program to individuals.
  • Parks Grant Program
    • $2 million approved to develop and sustain green park spaces. 
  • Boost for Main Streets
    •  $2 million for the rehabilitation of commercial
      properties, storefront improvements, and façade improvements.

Mental Health and Addiction Recovery

  • Crisis Stabilization
    • $3 million dedicated for Crisis Stabilization Center to be located at 368 Broadway, Kingston NY
  • Mental Health in Schools
    • $750,000 approved to promote overall wellness for children at school and at home.
  • Respite Houses
    • $1,500,000 dedicated to implement the Ulster County Respite House Policy.