City of Lynn ARPA Community Survey

City of Lynn ARPA Community Survey

The funding afforded to the City of Lynn through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to invest in our community. As a result, it is imperative that those in the community have the opportunity to make their voices heard on potential uses of funding. 

The City of Lynn is seeking your feedback to develop a comprehensive and inclusive plan to improve our community. To date, the City has dedicated $13.5 million to improving the air quality in our municipal-owned buildings by replacing and upgrading the HVAC systems throughout public buildings in Lynn. $500,000 is being directed to purchase rapid COVID antigen test kits and $3 million is being allocated to the Economic Development and Industrial Corporation of Lynn (EDIC) for small business relief grants. The remaining $58 million will be dedicated toward initiatives and priorities which will be developed by the community following robust community engagement.  

How would you spend the federal ARPA funds given to Lynn? Fill out the survey below. We thank you for your participation!

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