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Community Project Submissions

For Fiscal Year 2022, the House Appropriations Committee is accepting limited requests for Community Projects.

The April 14 deadline for suggested Community Projects to be funded in FY22 has passed. The Appropriations Committee has said they will only be able to fund a limited number of the projects submitted from Members of Congress. For more information, click here to download Rep. Walberg’s Community Project Funding Resource Guide.  To view project submissions, click here.

Examples of the types of Projects that are funded through the Appropriations Process:

Projects that are often funded include building a community center, senior center, recreation center or park, water infrastructure, transportation infrastructure, health care services, education programs, social services, police services or equipment, and other local government projects and programs.

Transparency and Good Governance

For transparency, all Community Project funding requests made by Rep. Walberg will be posted on his website at the time the request is made to the Committee. The information posted will include:

  • the proposed recipient,
  • the address of the recipient,
  • the amount of the request,
  • and an explanation of the request, including purpose, and a justification for why it is an appropriate use of taxpayer funds.

Eligible Agencies / Accounts:

  • Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies
    • Agricultural Research Service – Buildings and Facilities
    • Rural Development, Rural Community Facility Grants
    • Rural Utilities Service, ReConnect Grants
  • Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies
    • Byrne JAG
    • COPS Technology and Equipment
    • NOAA – Operations, Research, and Facilities
    • NASA – Safety, Security, and Mission Services
  • Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies
    • Army Corps of Engineers
      • Investigations
      • Construction
      • Mississippi River and Tributaries
      • Operations and Maintenance
    • Bureau of Reclamation – Water and Related Resources
  • Financial Services and General Government
    • Small Business Administration – Small Business Initiatives
  • Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies
    • Federal Land Acquisitions through the Land and Water Conservation Fund
    • Environmental Protection Agency – State and Tribal Assistance Grants for certain infrastructure projects
    • United States Forest Service – State and Private Forestry projects
  • Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies
    • DOL – Employment and Training Administration—Training and Employment Services
    • HHS—Health Resources and Services Administration—Program Management
    • HHS—SAMHSA—Health Surveillance and Program Support
    • Education—Innovation and Improvement
    • Education—Higher Education
  • Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies
    • Military Construction for:
      • Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, Defense-wide, Army and Air National Guard, Army/Navy/Air Force Reserve
  • Transportation, Housing and Urban Development and Related Agencies
    • DOT – Local Transportation Priorities
    • DOT – Airport Improvement Program
    • HUD – Economic Development Initiative