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MI Funding Hub is a new initiative helping communities capitalize on state and federal funding opportunities. Access free technical assistance, grant information, and other tools to help your community become more grant savvy.

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It’s no secret—grants can have a meaningful impact on the communities we live in.
MI Funding Hub is a free program to help your community track and apply for funding, get one-on-one technical assistance, and access tools for becoming more grant savvy. With support from the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity, MI Funding Hub is here to help. Get started today by CLICKING HERE for a consultation with our expert Helpdesk team or explore our grants database and other resources available on this site.

Funding Resources

Our trove of resources will guide you on your funding journey from start to finish. You’ll find ARP, Infrastructure, and IRA guidance documents, toolkits, best practices, and more.

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Michigan County Awarding ARPA Funds for Infrastructure

Grand Traverse County received $18 million from the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act. It has awarded $15 million — with more than a quarter...

Source: Government Technology

Keeping the tap running to renew Michigan’s water infrastructure

The City of Cheboygan’s wastewater treatment plant’s outdated 1970s technology, treatment processes, and equipment were to blame for numerous discharges of contaminated wastewater. But no...

Source: Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Environmental Protection Agency awards $156 million to Michigan for Solar for All program

Michigan has received $156 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for a program to lower the costs of community and rooftop solar projects for...

Source: WLUC-TV6

Mapping a better future for broadband in Michigan

The Michigan High Speed Internet Office is mapping internet coverage as part of $1.59 billion Broadband Equity Access and Deployment program.

Source: Rural Innovation Exchange

Rail link upgrade expected to help northern Michigan businesses

Michigan has received $20.4 million from a federal grant to improve passenger and freight railroads around the state for the Manistee River Train Bridge replacement...

Source: Great Lakes Echo

Detroit Evening Report: State approves $65M to improve water infrastructure in several Michigan cities

Michigan is using $65M in federal Infrastructure Act funding for its MI Clean Water Plan grants. The goal of the program is to “help communities...

Source: Detroit Public Radio

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Helps Communities Prepare for Their Climate Futures

The National League of Cities provides some case studies of communities who have been using Infrastructure Act funding to address longstanding environmental issues and sustainability...

Source: National League of Cities

How to spend $10B: Stimulus funds bonuses, water, monthly checks in Michigan

Bridge Magazine looks at how Michigan communities are spending ARPA funding – everything from health and safety, home repair, clean energy and natural resource protection...

Source: Bridge Michigan

Unpacking the American Rescue Plan’s ‘revenue loss’ provision for local governments

The Brookings Institute reviews how large local governments have used ARPA dollars "over the past three years to foster an equitable economic recovery from COVID-19.”...

Source: Brookings Institution

City Leaders Celebrate Second Anniversary of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

1,100+ local governments across the country are utilizing direct federal investments to improve their communities.

Source: National League of Cities

Feds Hand Money to Cities for Safer Streets and Resilient Infrastructure

The Safe Streets and Roads for All program, which provides direct funding to cities to make street improvements, is accepting applications. Other grants for transportation...

Source: Governing

Michigan County Awarding ARPA Funds for Infrastructure

Grand Traverse County received $18 million from the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act. It has awarded $15 million — with more than a quarter of those funds going to infrastructure. Broadband is among the...

Source: Government Technology

Keeping the tap running to renew Michigan’s water infrastructure

The City of Cheboygan’s wastewater treatment plant’s outdated 1970s technology, treatment processes, and equipment were to blame for numerous discharges of contaminated wastewater. But no more . . . [their] new plant safeguards the Great...

Source: Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Environmental Protection Agency awards $156 million to Michigan for Solar for All program

Michigan has received $156 million from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for a program to lower the costs of community and rooftop solar projects for low-income households.

Source: WLUC-TV6

Mapping a better future for broadband in Michigan

The Michigan High Speed Internet Office is mapping internet coverage as part of $1.59 billion Broadband Equity Access and Deployment program.

Source: Rural Innovation Exchange

Rail link upgrade expected to help northern Michigan businesses

Michigan has received $20.4 million from a federal grant to improve passenger and freight railroads around the state for the Manistee River Train Bridge replacement project. Project advocates have noted that this critical improvement will...

Source: Great Lakes Echo

Detroit Evening Report: State approves $65M to improve water infrastructure in several Michigan cities

Michigan is using $65M in federal Infrastructure Act funding for its MI Clean Water Plan grants. The goal of the program is to “help communities upgrade aging infrastructure, ensure healthy drinking water, and protect Michigan’s...

Source: Detroit Public Radio

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Helps Communities Prepare for Their Climate Futures

The National League of Cities provides some case studies of communities who have been using Infrastructure Act funding to address longstanding environmental issues and sustainability goals.

Source: National League of Cities

How to spend $10B: Stimulus funds bonuses, water, monthly checks in Michigan

Bridge Magazine looks at how Michigan communities are spending ARPA funding – everything from health and safety, home repair, clean energy and natural resource protection programs – to improve the well-being of their communities and...

Source: Bridge Michigan

Unpacking the American Rescue Plan’s ‘revenue loss’ provision for local governments

The Brookings Institute reviews how large local governments have used ARPA dollars "over the past three years to foster an equitable economic recovery from COVID-19.” The article details how much and in what ways local...

Source: Brookings Institution

City Leaders Celebrate Second Anniversary of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law

1,100+ local governments across the country are utilizing direct federal investments to improve their communities.

Source: National League of Cities

Feds Hand Money to Cities for Safer Streets and Resilient Infrastructure

The Safe Streets and Roads for All program, which provides direct funding to cities to make street improvements, is accepting applications. Other grants for transportation infrastructure are open or opening soon as well.

Source: Governing

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Funding Events

Webinars, conferences, and more to help you navigate funding opportunities.

Justice40
Cohorts Open for Registration

What is Justice 40 and is your community eligible to tap into its benefits? The Michigan Municipal League (MML) will be answering this and many other questions at the first Justice 40 Cohort session on May 30, 2024. This first session will provide a deep dive into Justice 40 and how to use the Climate and Environmental Justice Screening Tool to determine your community eligibility. There will be two sessions to follow that will address topics such as community partnerships, grant writing technical assistance, and more. All sessions are virtual.

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