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Applications must be mailed or delivered to:City of MonroeMonroe City HallAttn: Rich Huebner806 W. Main StreetMonroe, WA 98272
Completed applications myst be received by the date and time specified.
I have read and understand the Submission Deadline and Application Submission information.
To be considered for funding, the individual/organization’s (hereafter “applicant”) project must
align with both a project category as set forth by the City of Monroe and an expenditure category
as set forth by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
City of Monroe Project Categories Examples listed below are general in nature, intended to convey a broad illustration of corresponding projects. Select the box of the City category your project aligns with.
Supporting Recovery - The City of Monroe is committed to helping our community recover from the pandemic. People are hurting, and it is important to ensure that health and welfare insecurities that have been created or intensified by the pandemic are addressed.
Examples: programs providing mental health services, child care, access to youth sports/activities, and support for families experiencing homelessness.
Reconnecting Community - COVID-19 has forced us into social distancing, isolation and quarantine. These conditions may foster widespread anxiety and loneliness in our community. However, they’ve also made the need for socially connected, vibrant public spaces, such as city parks, and community events obvious to everyone. It’s important to remedy negative emotional climates with strategies to reconnect our community.
Examples: programs support local events, tourism, and economic development.
Building Resiliency - Monroe’s business community has been impacted significantly by the pandemic. Businesses need capital to reopen doors, and assistance with rent, lease/mortgage payments, utilities and capital infrastructure projects.
Examples: programs supporting recovery of local businesses, such as rent and utilities payments, physical plant improvements, and purchase of equipment.
Department of the Treasury
Review the Expenditure Categories linked below and type in the Treasury expenditure category your project aligns with.
Federal Expenditure Categories
By signing this application, I understand and affirm that: (read each statement, and check the corresponding box)
* City of Monroe ARP awards will be distributed on a reimbursement basis. The City of
Monroe will only reimburse those costs actually incurred and only after the expense is incurred,
paid for, and a signed Request for Reimbursement form (or other form acceptable to the City) has
been submitted to the City, including copies of the invoices and payment documents.
Purchases/expenses made prior to contract execution are not eligible.
* Business/nonprofit applicants, or an identified partner, must have a Monroe Business
License or a documented 501(c)3 or (c)6 designation. Such status is required to be eligible for
receipt of ARP funds. My organization will provide proof of or obtain a City of Monroe business
license. I understand it may take 30-60 days from the date of City Council approval for a contract
to be fully executed, and that I cannot expend monies on reimbursable expenses until that time.
* Applicants may apply for multiple projects, but only one application per project.
* If awarded, funds will be used only for purposes described in this application. I understand
that any award is a one-time award which does not create an obligation or guarantee of continued
funding by the City, and the use of funds is subject to audit by the Washington State Auditor.
* If awarded, I or my organization intends to enter into a municipal services contract with the
City of Monroe, provide liability insurance and additional insured endorsement documentation as
may be required for the duration of the contract naming the City of Monroe as an additional insured
and in an amount determined by the City.
* I have attended or watched the recording of the applicant workshop, and if awarded funds, will attend the receipt workshop. Workshop information will be available at monroewa.gov/1050.
* I have reviewed, and if awarded funds, will abide by federal and City procurement policies.
Policy documents available at monroewa.gov/1050.
* Awards will be determined by the City of Monroe in its sole discretion. Applications may
be awarded for the full or a partial amount of the total requested, or declined. If not awarded the
full requested amount, applicant can decline the award; if not declined, applicant will provide
additional information of how a partial award will be expended.
* I certify that I have the legal authority of the individual or organization represented herein
to submit this request for funding on its/their behalf, and I further certify that the information
submitted is true and correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the City of Monroe
will rely on the accuracy of the submittals and certifications made in conjunction with this
application. Any misrepresentation of inaccurate information may result in a repayment of funds.
This checklist is provided as a tool to assist you in the completion of your application. Remember,
late and/or incomplete applications will not be accepted. If you have questions regarding your
application, please contact Rich Huebner at (360) 722-1684 or RHuebner@MonroeWA.gov. (Check the box for each statement after reading)
Chapter 2, Part 200 of the Code of Federal Regulation
Title 6 of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
By checking this box, I am consenting to the use of my above-printed name as my electronic signature, and certify that it is valid and has the same effect as if an actual written signature on a paper copy of this application.
If applying on behalf of an Individual or Household, input "N/A" into required boxes and advance to the next page.
If applying on behalf of a Business or Nonprofit Organization, input "N/A" into required boxes and advance to the next page.
Maximum 500 characters
(category descriptions in "Introduction" section)Maximum 500 characters
Federal Expenditure CategoriesMaximum 500 characters
* Monroe Comprehensive Plan: http://monroewa.gov/831* Monroe Homelessness Policy Advisory Committee recommendations: http://monroewa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/8479/HPAC-Final-Recommendations * Monroe Downtown Master Plan: https://monroewa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/5687/Downtown-Master-Plan * Monroe Parks Master Plan: http://www.monroewa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/5593 * Snohomish County Housing Affordability Regional Taskforce (HART) Plan: https://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/DocumentCenter/View/71290
Please provide a line item detailed budget for the project. Please specify whether your various
match items will be cash or in-kind.
Please provide a line-item detailed budget for the project. Please specify whether your various
match items will be cash or in-kind. Please see previous page for an example budget.
In the "Match" category, for each item listed, indicate if the match is "Cash" or "In-Kind"
This field is not part of the form submission.
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