recovery.ny.gov

New York State will receive approximately $34.8 billion in ARRA funding. Visit the New York's Share page for a full breakdown of the funding.

New York's Share National Total New York's Share
State Fiscal Relief $140.3 billion $14.9 billion
Transportation $65.1 $3.4
Energy $35.9 $1.7
Health $79.2 $4.6
Housing $13.1 $1.4
Labor $43.9 $4.6
Education $44.0 $3.3
Public Safety $3.8 $0.3
Direct Federal Spending N/A $0.5
Total N/A $34.8

welcome

Dear New Yorker,

On February 17, 2009 President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). New York State is expected to receive $34.8 billion for updating our infrastructure, improving our schools and training our unemployed. The pages of recovery.ny.gov will detail how the money is spent, and provide additional information related to this federal legislation. If you are an individual looking for assistance you may wish to visit the Governor's Resources Page for Working Families.

Certifications

Excelsior Seal


Certifications: Section 1511 of ARRA requires governors to certify that federal taxpayer dollars are being used appropriately. View the Governor’s certifications.

State Summary

NYS Recovery

State Summary: Recovery.gov tracks and displays all recipient-reported data, so the public can see where the money is going. Visit the Recovery website for access to the most recent data.