The U.S. Treasury Department has announced how much money communities will get from the American Rescue Plan and how they can spend it.

On Monday, treasury officials announced the launch of the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds, which were established by the American Rescue Plan. It will provide $350 billion in emergency funding for state, local, territorial and Tribal governments. Treasury officials say those eligible will be able to access funding directly from the treasury department in the coming days.

Along with breaking down the dollar amounts, the treasury department announced how the money can be used. They say the funds provide flexibility for each jurisdiction to meet local needs -- including support for households, small businesses, impacted industries, essential workers and the communities hardest hit by the crisis.

In addition to allowing for flexible spending up to the level of their revenue loss, recipients can use funds to do the following:

Support public health expenditures, by – among other uses – funding COVID-19 mitigation efforts, medical expenses, behavioral healthcare, mental health and substance misuse treatment and certain public health and safety personnel responding to the crisis.

Address negative economic impacts caused by the public health emergency, including by rehiring public sector workers, providing aid to households facing food, housing or other financial insecurity, offering small business assistance and extending support for industries hardest hit by the crisis.

Aid the communities and populations hardest hit by the crisis, supporting an equitable recovery by addressing not only the immediate harms of the pandemic but its exacerbation of longstanding public health, economic and educational disparities.

Provide premium pay for essential workers, offering additional support to those who have borne and will bear the greatest health risks because of their service during the pandemic.

Invest in water, sewer and broadband infrastructure, improving access to clean drinking water, supporting vital wastewater and stormwater infrastructure and expanding access to broadband internet.

A list of how much money our local communities will be getting can be found below. 

Mahoning County: $44,418,992
Trumbull County: $38,454,129
Columbiana County: $19,789,578
Mercer County: $21,254,329

Youngstown: $82,775,370
Warren: $28,680,143
Sharon, Pa.: $14,382,307

A full breakdown of how much money counties will get can be found by clicking here. A city breakdown can be found by clicking here