An interactive overview of awards made with New Hampshire's CARES Act Coronavirus Relief Funds
In keeping with Governor Chris Sununu's vision for the state's relief and recovery efforts and his belief that public trust is built on the foundations of transparency and accountability, the below map gives Granite Staters the ability to see the vast majority of awards made to-date through GOFERR. The transparency map will be continued to be updated as more information becomes available.
To find a specific recipient, Granite Staters can utilize one of several built-in capabilities, which includes: filter by Fund or Program, filter by a specific New Hampshire municipality, searching for a street name or recipient name, or, if they so choose, utilizing the map itself to zoom into a specific location to find the recipient's exact location. The map also offers Granite Staters the ability to view the award amounts on either municipality or county level by changing the selected map view via the drop-down menu. The section titled "Funds Disbursed by Recipient" will display all relevant awards based on a search or selection.
If you believe an item has been included or omitted in error, please contact the GOFERR team.
“As Governor, my priority is to ensure the public health of our state while providing fast and effective economic relief for our citizens. Public trust is built on the foundations of transparency and accountability, and the efforts of this office will be no exception. We are all in this together.”
Christopher T. Sununu
- Local Fiscal Recovery Fund Program
- NH Recovery Plan Performance Report
- NH ARPA State Fiscal Recovery Fund – Transparency Report
Under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), the State will receive a total of $112 million in Local Fiscal Recovery Funds to distribute to New Hampshire non-metropolitan cities and towns (so-called Non-Entitlement Units or NEUs), this includes all NH municipalities except for Dover, Manchester, Nashua, Portsmouth and Rochester – these five cities receive separate FRF allocations directly from U.S. Treasury as metropolitan cities.
Read the New Hampshire Recovery Plan Performance Report submitted to U.S. Treasury.
An overview of New Hampshire’s American Rescue Plan State Fiscal Recovery Fund obligations.