The Wyoming Library Multi-Purpose Community Facility Program (WLMCF) is funded by a grant to the State of Wyoming through the U.S. Department of the Treasury Coronavirus Capital Projects Fund (CPF). The fund was created through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) in response to the Covid-19 public health emergency.
The WLMCF program funds projects to construct or improve libraries that provide public access to the internet for purposes including work, education, and health monitoring such as offering digital skills programs and support for community members engaging in virtual learning. Eligible applicants include public libraries governed by Wyoming Statute 18-7-101 to 18-7-106 as well as publicly funded, accredited community colleges and universities located within the borders of Wyoming.
Visit the U.S. Treasury website to read:
- Capital Projects Fund Overview
- Guidance for the Coronavirus Capital Projects Fund
- Coronavirus Capital Projects Fund Compliance and Reporting Guidance
- Frequently Asked Questions
Note: All projects must comply with CPF guidance.