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State

Governor Ducey Invests $100 Million To Expand High-Speed Broadband

Governor Ducey today announced a $100 million commitment to expand high-speed broadband to unserved or underserved areas of the state, making it one of the single largest broadband investments in state history. The program, known as the Arizona Broadband Development Grant Program, will enable local communities to construct or improve broadband infrastructure that connects Arizonans

State

Governor Ducey Invests $1.25 Million To Support Mentorship, Family Programs

Governor Doug Ducey announced an investment of $1.25 million to support mentorship programs for at-risk youth and training programs for parents of underrepresented families. “It is crucial that we give our families the resources needed to ensure Arizona’s kids can grow up to lead safe and healthy lives,” said Governor Ducey. “It’s no question that

State

Governor Ducey Announces $3.5 Million To Assist Arizonans, Small Businesses

Programs To Support Continued Economic Growth, Financial Recovery As State Emerges From Pandemic Governor Doug Ducey  announced $3,575,000 to support programs that help Arizonans and small businesses recover financially from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. “This past year has brought extraordinary challenges on Arizonans and businesses across the state, and we are committed to

Water

Governor Ducey Invests $30 Million To Protect Lake Mead, Colorado River Users

Investment Comes After Months Of Stakeholder Engagement, Strategic Planning Governor Doug Ducey today announced the investment of $30 million to help keep the Lake Mead reservoir from descending to critical levels, a major step forward in the long-running effort to protect the Colorado River system, a vital source of water for Arizona’s communities, tribes and

State

DES Partners with Utility Providers to Distribute $36 Million for Households in Need

Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Economic Security announced today the Department will provide a total of $36 million to support eligible households in need of temporary utility assistance and ensure continuity of services. “The team at the Arizona Department of Economic Security continues to find new and innovative ways to support Arizonans

Parks and Monuments

Arizona projects get sizeable cut of Great American Outdoors Act funds

Arizona projects got $110 million last year and will get another $159 million in the fiscal year that started this month, or more than 9% of all funding nationally under the Great American Outdoors Act for those two years. The money, dedicated largely to national parks but also to federal lands and tribal schools, has

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