American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009


The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 is an economic stimulus package enacted by the 111th United States Congress and signed into law by President Obama on February 17, 2009. A response to the economic downturn, the Act opens up funding and targets investments in numerous programs, including energy conservation, housing, science, technology, infrastructure, education, public safety, healthcare and creating jobs. In keeping with the spirit of the Recovery Act, the following stimulus dollars provided to Flower Mound will help boost our economy, provide needed services, and put more people to work.

Procedure to report fraud, waste and abuse of Recovery Act funds: https://www.stopfraud.gov/report.html


Grant Number One: Community Development Block Grant Recovery Act Funds


The Minor Home Repair Program has ended due to funds being exhausted.

  1. CDBG-R 2009 Third Quarter Report
  2. CDBG-R 2009 Fourth Quarter Report
  3. CDBG-R 2010 First Quarter Report
  4. CDBG-R 2010 Second Quarter Report
  5. CDBG-R Final Report 10/01/10
  6. Minor Home Repair Program
1. Guidelines
2. Application
3. Liability Waiver

Grant Number Two: Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant


You may report waste, fraud, abuse, or misconduct of these grant funds as follows:

By mail:
Office of the Inspector General
U.S. Department of Justice
Investigations Division
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Room 4706
Washington, DC 20530

E-mail: email
Online: www.justice.gov/oig/FOIA/hotline.htm
Hotline: (contact information in English and Spanish) – 1-800-869-4499


1. Application
2. Award Notification
3. Memorandum of Understanding
4. Edward Byrne Memorial Grant 3rd Quarter Report 09
5. Edward Byrne Memorial Grant 4th Quarter Report 09
6. Edward Byrne Memorial Grant 1st Quarter Report 10

Grant Number Three: U.S. Department of Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant


1. Grant Award Document
2. Assistance Agreement
3. Financial Reports for the Quarters Ending 12/31/09, 03/31/10, and 06/30/10
4. Program Performance Reports at 12/31/09
5. Program Performance Reports at 03/31/10
6. Program Performance Reports at 06/30/10
7. Financial Report at 09/30/10
8. Program Performance Report at 09/30/10
9. Federal Report at 09/30/10
10. Federal Report at 12/31/10
11. Program Performance Report at 12/31/10
12. Financial Report at 12/31/10
13. Program Performance Report at 3/31/11
14. Federal Report at 3/31/11
15. Financial Report at 3/31/11
16. Federal Report at 6/30/11
17. Program Performance Report at 6/30/11
18. Financial Report at 6/30/11
19. Federal Report at 9/30/11
20. Program Performance Report at 9/30/11
21. Financial Report at 9/30/11
22. Program Performance Report at 12/31/11
23. Financial Report at 12/31/11
24. Federal Report at 12/31/11
25. Program Performance Report at 3/31/12
26. Financial Report at 3/31/12
27. Federal Report at 3/31/12
28. Federal Report at 6/30/12
29. Financial Report at 6/30/12
30. Program Performance Report at 6/30/12
31. Federal Report at 9/30/12- FINAL
32. Financial Report at 9/30/12- FINAL
33. Program Performance Report at 9/30/12- FINAL

Grant Number Four: State of Texas Criminal Justice Division Edward Byrne Competitive Grant


You may report waste, fraud, abuse, or misconduct of these grant funds as follows:

By mail:
Office of the Inspector General
U.S. Department of Justice
Investigations Division
950 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Room 4706
Washington, DC 20530

E-mail: email
Online: www.justice.gov/oig/FOIA/hotline.htm
Hotline: (contact information in English and Spanish) – 1-800-869-4499

1.Grant Award Document
2.Feb. 28, 2010 Financial Status Report
3.March 31, 2010 Financial Status Report