Empowering local leaders to access federal infrastructure dollars—and drive their communities forward

Empowering local leaders to access federal infrastructure dollars—and drive their communities forward

The Local Infrastructure Hub is a national program designed to connect cities and towns with the resources and expert advice they need to access federal infrastructure funding in order to drive local progress, improve communities, and deliver results for residents.

Funding Opportunities

Explore the nearly 400 grant opportunities available to your community through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

Events

Find details on the extensive webinars and learning opportunities offered by the Local Infrastructure Hub.

Bootcamps

Learn more about the Local Infrastructure Hub’s robust, pro-bono bootcamps for small- and mid-sized communities pursuing federal funding opportunities.

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Featured Resources

Featured Resources

Innovative Climate Financing in Denver

Cities across the United States are working to advance a clean energy transition, which is crucial to reducing carbon emissions and meeting climate goals. As part of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the federal government recently developed a new financial tool called Direct Pay (also called Elective Pay) to incentivize clean energy investments. Direct Pay will provide direct financial assistance to cities, non-profit organizations, and other tax-exempt entities to defray the costs associated with a range of clean energy investments via tax rebates. With this in mind, the Local Infrastructure Hub is highlighting two cities for their work in climate action and consideration for Direct Pay rebates : Madison’s municipal fleet transition and Denver’s Climate Protection Fund.

Fleet Electrification in Madison

Cities across the United States are working to advance a clean energy transition, which is crucial to reducing carbon emissions and meeting climate goals. As part of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), the federal government recently developed a new financial tool called Direct Pay (also called Elective Pay) to incentivize clean energy investments. Direct Pay will provide direct financial assistance to cities, non-profit organizations, and other tax-exempt entities to defray the costs associated with a range of clean energy investments via tax rebates. With this in mind, the Local Infrastructure Hub is highlighting two cities for their work in climate action and consideration for Direct Pay rebates : Madison’s municipal fleet transition and Denver’s Climate Protection Fund.

Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Guidance and Tools

Grant Application Bootcamp

With a mix of webinars, practical tools, and templates, these materials are designed to provide an overview of the EECBG program, guide you through the application process, and present actionable steps that can be taken to submit a strong application.