Support for Local Communities
Support for Local Communities
The Local Infrastructure Hub is committed to sharing the best resources available to help local towns and communities make the most of the opportunities presented by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
Answers to questions asked during the Local Infrastructure Hub’s Reconnecting Communities + Equity: Engagement & Environmental Justice webinar on Aug. 2, 2022.
Answers to questions asked during the Local Infrastructure Hub’s Revolutionizing Transportation: The SMART Program webinar on Oct. 25, 2022.
Answers to questions asked during the Local Infrastructure Hub’s Delivering Results: Investing in Community Resilience webinar on Sept. 27, 2022.
Answers to questions asked during the Local Infrastructure Hub’s Closing the Digital Divide: Broadband Expansion and Middle Mile webinar on Aug. 16, 2022.
Answers to questions asked during the Local Infrastructure Hub’s Advancing Energy Efficiency webinar on Sept. 13, 2022.
This guidebook is intended to help mayors and their staff to understand the climate provisions included in the IRA, the opportunities for local government, and the multiple roles that mayors can play in maximizing the benefits of the law, while actively minimizing the...
The linked fact sheets provide grant overviews for local governments. These documents are designed to help cities understand the eligibility requirements and activities associated with associated federal funding opportunities, with a particular focus on small and...
Top recommendations for cities and towns seeking technical assistance and organizational capacity support through the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Thriving Communities Program.
With a mix of webinars, practical tools, and templates, the Grant Application Bootcamp materials are designed to provide an overview of the SMART FY22 opportunity, guide you through the application process, and present actionable steps that can be taken to submit a strong application.
Learn how to access funding for initiatives and programs that will reduce fossil fuel emissions, cut down on energy usage, and improve energy efficiency in communities.
This Local Infrastructure Hub session focused on how cities and towns can develop competitive BRIC applications.
During our kickoff session, Mike Bloomberg spoke about how the Local Infrastructure Hub will help cities create infrastructure programs that transform communities.
Continue learning and discussing how BIL can support cities’ efforts to make streets and roads safe for all residents, while getting exclusive support.
The National Broadband Resource Hub (NBRH) is a philanthropic initiative empowering government and community leaders to build a better broadband future.
Learn about opportunities for cities and towns to improve broadband access and advance digital equity through BIL.
City Renewables has produced a calculator that can give funding estimates for cities and counties who will be eligible for direct formula funding through the Department of Energy’s Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant Program (EECBG).
Many federal funding opportunities exist for advancing local decarbonization efforts. This tool helps local governments prioritize and leverage existing federal funding to advance system-wide energy transition goals—from block grants and technical assistance to competitive grants, loans, and revolving loan funds.
The transportation electrification programs in Infrastructure Law will reduce pollution, improve public health, strengthen our energy independence, and advance technology change to solve some of our most pressing transportation challenges. The Electrification Coalition is supporting stakeholders across the country to maximize federal funding for efficient, effective, and equitable deployment of electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
This collaboration between Bloomberg Philanthropies and the U.S. Conference of Mayors helps cities identify, obtain, and retain federal funding for COVID recovery and response efforts and infrastructure investments.
The Bloomberg Cities website both spotlights best-in-class efforts in cities and provides access to cutting-edge resources and support for city leaders.
This guide from National League of Cities shows how a change to federal guidelines could open the door for local agencies to invest federal funding in local and targeted hire policies on construction projects.
Learn how BIL funding opportunities can form inclusive engagement with communities that advance core equity priorities