Rep. Matsui directs $2.2 million in fed funds to Elk Grove as part of today's appropriation bill





As part of the federal budget approved today in Congress, Rep. Doris Matsui (D - Calif.) announced that $13.5 million in Community Funding projects will be directed to California's 7th District, which includes Elk Grove.

"Today, the House passed a government funding package which includes critical investments in the Sacramento region," Matsui said. "My team and I are constantly listening to our community to find places where we can deliver federal dollars and make a meaningful difference. I am proud to have secured over $13.5 million in Community Project Funding in this package."

The funding included $1.5 million for three Elk Grove projects. Those projects include $715,000 for a domestic violence prevention and intervention program by the Elk Grove Police Dept., $1 million for EV charging stations, and $500,000 for the Bruceville Road walkability improvement project.

Matsui also secured $850,000 for the Cosumnes Community Services District Fire Station 46 expansion in Galt. President Biden will sign the $459 billion funding bill this week.

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