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Recovery Funds: Who is Getting What?

Wisconsin’s Routes to Recovery Local Government Aid Grants are funded by $200 million in federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act dollars and administered by the Department of Administration. Of the $200 million, $10 million will be allocated to Wisconsin’s tribal nations, with the remaining funds distributed to every Wisconsin county, city, village and town. 

The fund is available for unbudgeted expenditures incurred because of the COVID-19 public-health emergency between March 1 and Nov. 6 in numerous categories. All counties, cities, villages and towns are allocated a portion of the fund based on population, with a guaranteed minimum allocation of $5,000. To draw down its allocation and receive funds, a grantee must report its eligible expenditures through the state’s cost-tracker application.

Here are the total eligible allocations for each of Door County’s municipalities:  

Municipality Allocation Estimated Population

  • Door County $465,778 28,650
  • Baileys Harbor $ 17,379   1,069
  • Brussels $ 18,355   1,129
  • Clay Banks $   6,373     392
  • Egg Harbor (Village) $   5,000     207
  • Egg Harbor (Town) $ 22,826   1,404
  • Ephraim $   5,000     288
  • Forestville (Village) $   6,942     427
  • Forestville (Town) $ 18,030   1,109
  • Gardner $ 19,964   1,228
  • Gibraltar $ 17,184   1,057
  • Jacksonport         $  11,819     727
  • Liberty Grove $  29,987   1,783
  • Nasewaupee $  34,368   2,114
  • Sevastopol $  44,594   2,743
  • Sister Bay $  15,795     966
  • Sturgeon Bay (City) $153,910   9,467
  • Sturgeon Bay (Town) $  13,429     826
  • Union $  16,176     995
  • Washington $  11,689     719