Economic Recovery Funds Benefit West Virginia

Welcome to, a Web site that enables West Virginians to follow the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act’s direct impact on our state, while also tracking the overall spending process of our stimulus funds.

We have three main priorities when it comes to the Recovery Act, which include being responsible and transparent with the taxpayers' money, meeting the requirements of the legislation and creating jobs. In the coming days and weeks, you will directly see our state’s stimulus dollars at work, and I encourage you to visit this Web site often, because it is updated frequently.
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Spending Where it Counts

Hancock Brooke Ohio Marshall Wetzel Tyler Pleasants Wood Jackson Mason Cabell Wayne Mingo McDowell Mercer Wyoming Logan Lincoln Putnam Wirt Ritchie Doddridge Monongalia Marion Harrison Lewis Gilmer Calhoun Roane Kanawha Boone Raleigh Summers Fayette Clay Braxton Taylor Preston Barbour Upshur Webster Nicholas Monroe Greenbrier Pocahontas Randolph Tucker Pendleton Grant Mineral Hardy Hampshire Morgan Berkeley Jefferson
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Featured Projects


Recovery and Reinvestment Overview

Where's Your Money Going?

Spending Graph
Red-Spent, Green-Obligated, Blue-Awarded

Total: $1,682M

estimated $ in millions
Health - $593 Million Awarded/$19 Million in Expenditures Education - $495 Million Awarded/$405 Million in Expenditures Transportation - $222 Million Awarded/$128 Million in Expenditures Broadband - $133 Million Awarded/$34 Million in Expenditures Environment - $91 Million Awarded/$80 Million in Expenditures Energy - $83 Million Awarded/$51 Million in Expenditures Workforce - $21 Million Awarded/$14 Million in Expenditures Housing - $19 Million Awarded/$10 Million in Expenditures Public Saftey - $15 Million Awarded/$13 Million in Expenditures Other - $10 Million Awarded/$1.5 Million in Expenditures