Oklahomans are resilient, and we have certainly proven that in Cleveland County. Our county leadership is committed to transparency in how American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds are spent while also listening to community input. Please follow the links below to fill out a survey on how COVID-19 has impacted you and how we can best recover as a community, and to learn more about what has been done, is being done and will be done to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and the recovery process. This page will be updated periodically to reflect changes and the ongoing process as we recover from the effects of the pandemic. Your voice is important to us.
Cleveland County has released the first Executive Summary for their portion of the American Rescue Plan. This summary was submitted to the Treasury Department on August 31st, 2021. Read the August 31, 2021 Executive Summary, here.
Meegan Carter, Norman Regional Vice President of Health and Wellness, and state Sen. Rob Standridge, R- Norman, a local pharmacist, spoke to the Cleveland County Board of Commissioners recently about the benefits of Monoclonal Antibody Therapy. Read more here.
Cleveland County rent and utility assistance money is still available. Find more information here.
Cleveland County leadership is asking for public input to identify needs and suggest solutions as the county looks at how to spend $55 million in federal grant dollars to address impacts of COVID-19 and promote recovery throughout our county. Share your story here.
Find information about COVID-19 vaccines in Cleveland County.
Find answers to Frequently Asked Questions about ARPA and Cleveland County's COVID-19 response.