The Community Recovery Committee is a limited-term board overseeing the distribution of City American Rescue Plan funds to small businesses and nonprofits in SLC. Their primary responsibility is to review community proposals and make funding recommendations to Mayor Mendenhall that will help communities recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
See the Committee Charge
Internal CRC Bylaws [Adopted Nov. 2, 2022]
ARPA Program Specialist (CAN)
ARPA Program Manager (DED)
The Committee meets weekly while reviewing applications, Thursdays at 4:00 p.m. Once funding recommendations have been submitted for an application cycle, the Committee meets quarterly.
The Committee meeting location is the City and County Building, 451 S State Street, Room TBA, Salt Lake City, UT.
For meeting Agenda and Minutes, please visit the Salt Lake City listing in the Utah Public Notice Database.
Either seven or nine members, appointed by Mayor Erin Mendenhall, serve on the Community Recovery Committee. To be appointed, members must be currently serving on another SLC Board or Commission at the time of their appointment. The Committee shall be made up of at least two members from the Human Rights Commission, one member from the Business Advisory Board, at least two members from the Racial Equity in Policing Commission, and one member from the Economic Development Loan Fund Committee. Additional members must come from the Human Rights Commission and/or the Racial Equity in Policing Commission, unless the Mayor’s Office is unable to find sufficient volunteers, and an exception to the requirement is made by the express approval of the City Council.
Residency requirement: Must be Salt Lake City residents.
Powers and Duties
- Advise and make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on decisions related to the City’s ARPA Community Grant Programs.
- Coordinate with both Economic Development and Community and Neighborhoods on the review and evaluation of current strategic plans, goals, and policies of the departments’ Grant Programs.
- Review all eligible project proposals and to make recommendations to Mayor Mendenhall on such requests for funds.
- Monitor and evaluate the Community Grant Programs implementation.
- Consider geographic equity in the overall funding recommendations.
Other SLC Boards
|Tanya Hawkins||Racial Equity in Policing Commission||Dec. 2023|
|Jacob Maxwell||Economic Development Loan Fund||Dec. 2024|
|Jason Wessel||Human Rights Commission||Dec. 2023|
|Esther Stowell||Human Rights Commission||Dec. 2024|
|Pook Carson||Business Advisory Board||Dec. 2024|
|Steve Anjewierden||Racial Equity in Policing Commission||Dec. 2022|
|Sarah Longoria||Arts Council Board||Sept. 2024|