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Community Project Funding Requests

UPDATE: You will be notified on April 30, 2021 if Congressman Welch nominates your community project for consideration by the House Appropriations Committee.  

The U.S. House Appropriations Committee has given each Member of Congress authority to nominate up to ten community projects for possible inclusion in the fiscal year 2022 appropriations bills.  You may suggest a project for Congressman Welch to nominate by filling out the survey linked below. This survey will be open until Wednesday, March 31, 2021. Unfortunately, no responses can be considered after the March 31st deadline.

Please review the important guidelines and eligibility information listed below before starting the survey. You cannot save the survey while filling it out so please have all information available before you open the survey. Community support for any submitted projects is critical for consideration, so please have any support documentation in .pdf form and ready to submit as part of the survey. Every project that will be submitted to the Appropriations Committee by Congressman Welch will be posted on his website. 

Please note that there will be a separate process for surface transportation projects that are funded by the upcoming surface transportation reauthorization bill. 

Below are links to the U.S. House Appropriations Subcommittees’ Links to community project guidance documents. Applicants should review these guidance documents to identify the accounts in the appropriations bill for which Members of Congress may nominate community projects.

Agriculture Request Guidance

Commerce, Justice, Science Request Guidance

Defense Guidance

Energy and Water Request Guidance; Energy and Water Authorized Project Lists

Financial Services and General Government Community Project Funding Questions

Homeland Security Request Guidance

Interior and Environment Community Project Request Guide

Labor, Health, Human Services & Education Request Guidance

Military Construction & Veterans Affairs Request Guidance

Transportation, Housing and Urban Development: