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Reporting & Data

The City is committed to providing regular reports and updates for residents to track progress as the City spends nearly $300 million in federal pandemic assistance. In order to best promote transparency, the City is reporting via: a data dashboard, quick reports to Council, biannual updates to Council, and biannual reports to the U.S. Treasury.

Recovery Dashboard

The Recovery dashboard is a tool for Long Beach community members to track Recovery spending and key metrics. Community members can use this dashboard to follow the City's progress as the Citywide Recovery Team develops and improves programs. This dashboard is intended to be iterative and will be updated in February 2023.

Learn more about the Recovery and Equity Index here.

Reports to Council

These reports provide quick updates on upcoming programs, recent events, open grant opportunities, contracting opportunities, and ad-hoc reports to City council.

Biannual Reports

The purpose of these reports is to communicate what recovery programs have been implemented, information on each program, service delivery and equity data, and to demonstrate collective impact across all Long Beach Recovery Act Programs. These reports will be provided every six months, covering the previous six months, as shown below. The reports will be linked below as we develop them.

Recovery Reports 

Reporting Period 

Report Prepared 

Mar 2021 – Sep 2021 

Nov 2021 

Oct 2021 – Mar 2022 

Apr 2022 

Apr 2022 – Sep 2022 

Oct 2022 

Report 4 

Oct 2022 – Mar 2023 

Apr 2023 

Report 5 

Apr 2023 – Sep 2023 

Oct 2023 

Report 6 

Oct 2023 – Mar 2024 

Apr 2024 

Report 7 

Apr 2024 – Sep 2024 

Oct 2024 

Report 8 (Final Report) 

Oct 2024 – Dec 2024 

Apr 2025 

Collective Impact & Equity Implementation Plan

The Long Beach Recovery Act Collective Impact and Equity Implementation Framework is the plan that Staff will use to implement over 80 programs with more than $255 million in funding to empower Long Beach’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic crisis, and the impacts of systemic racism. Working together, these innovative programs support health equity, housing access, economic recovery, violence prevention, and youth development. This Framework describes how Recovery programs are designed and implemented through collective impact practices, with an equity lens, and supported by evidence-based practices. This Framework was created to create a foundation to ensure that the City is competitive for future funding opportunities that can support the City’s established Recovery focus areas and goals. The Framework also sets a path for data collection and evaluation that will allow decision-makers to decide whether to and how to best structurally support LB Recovery Act programs so they can continue supporting the community even as the funding sunsets.
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U.S. Treasury Reports

Under the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), the U.S. Department of Treasury adopted a Final Rule in January 2022 for the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF). These are funds that, along with other recovery-related grant funds, make up the Long Beach Recovery Act. The Final Rule provides various eligible uses for ARPA funds, including the use of funds to provide and maintain current City services (e.g., police, public safety, and parks services) to the extent of revenue lost by the City due to the pandemic.

In compliance with the Final Rule, the City’s approach will be to utilize the majority of ARPA funds to provide and maintain current City services (specifically, police, and parks services) that were originally intended to be provided by the General Fund. This approach makes available General Fund monies that are then used to enable the delivery of Council-approved programs in the Long Beach Recovery Act to residents and businesses affected by the pandemic. As a result, the City’s reporting to the U.S. Treasury will show the majority of ARPA funds being used to maintain police services and parks while the City’s Recovery Act reports will continue to show the intended and desired programs for residents and businesses. This ARPA spending approach balances programmatic funding for those most impacted by the pandemic while limiting the administrative burden associated with ARPA compliance and reporting requirements, and substantially reducing any compliance risk that could result in a mandated return of these federal funds to the U.S. Treasury.

Here are the City's reports to the U.S. Treasury:

U.S. Treasury Reports 

Reporting Period 

Due Date 

Award Date – July 2021 

Aug 2021 

July 2021 – June 2022 

July 2022 

July 2022 – June 2023 

July 2023 

Report 4 

July 2023 – June 2024 

July 2024 

Report 5 

July 2024 – June 2025 

July 2025 

Report 6 

July 2025 – June 2026 

June 2026 

Report 7

July 2026 – December 2026 

Mar 2027