June 17, 2021
To: Municipal and County Clerks, Treasurers and Heads of Government
E-file Now for Federal Funding!
Request funding now so your municipality has the opportunity to provide relief and invest in your community!
This is a reminder from the Wisconsin Department of Revenue to request the American Rescue Plan Act – Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (LFRF) for your municipality by
e-filing Form SL-330 through My DOR Government Account.
You do not have to determine how you will spend the funds to file! Every Wisconsin municipality was
allocated funds. You have up to three years to obligate the ARPA funds, and we will help communities with options after you receive the money!
Review a Non-Exclusive List of Eligible Uses: ARPA – Local Fiscal Recovery Funds.
DOR holding Open Forum on ARPA – Local Fiscal Recovery Funds
If your municipality still needs to file and has questions, join us at our open forum sessions.
Click to register:
Register – Thursday, June 17, 10-11 am session
NEUs Requesting Funds
- Form SL-330 – located in MyDORGov
- Form must be e-filed by Municipal Clerk
- When completing the form, you will need:
- Federal Taxpayer Identification Number or Federal Employer Identification Number
- DUNS number can be obtained at fedgov.dnb.com/webform/ or call 1-866-705-5711
- Total annual operating budget, including general fund and other funds, as of January 27, 2020
- Contact information of Municipal Clerk or Clerk-Treasurer – ensure this information is accurate within their MyDORGov user profile
- Contact information of authorized representative for your municipality (same individual signing the Treasury forms below)
- Attach the completed/signed Treasury forms
DOR has received several questions regarding the appropriate value to report in Section B, Line 1 on Form SL-330: Coronavirus Local Recovery Funds Request.
Based on the U.S. Treasury Department's frequently asked questions – the most recent budget is a municipality's most recent annual total operating budget, including its general fund and other funds, as of January 27, 2020.
If a fund is within your operating budget, it should be included. This may include general fund, debt service, capital project fund, special revenue funds, enterprise funds, etc.
We will continue to send information to help assist local governments through this process.