EDA funds five projects to support economic development in Vermont in 2018


Vermont ranks 40th among US States with US Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarding five grants to fund economic development projects in the state in 2018.

The EDA is a federal government agency that focuses exclusively on economic development. The agency solicits applications for funding in order to support construction, non-construction planning, technical assistance, and revolving loan fund projects under the agency's Public Works and the Economic Adjustment Assistance (EAA) programs. Grants made under these programs are designed to advance economic development in distressed communities.

Vermont programs ranked by number of grants in 2018
Rank
Program
Number of Grants
1
Economic Adjustment Assistance
2
1
Planning
2
3
Technical Assistance
1

States ranked by total EDA grants awarded in 2018
Rank
State
Number of Grants
1
Texas
52
2
Missouri
28
3
California
27
4
Montana
24
4
West Virginia
24
6
Illinois
22
6
Iowa
22
6
Oregon
22
9
Florida
21
10
North Carolina
20
11
New York
18
12
North Dakota
17
13
Alaska
16
13
Maine
16
13
Washington
16
16
Idaho
14
16
Michigan
14
16
South Dakota
14
16
Tennessee
14
20
Kentucky
13
20
Massachusetts
13
20
Pennsylvania
13
23
Alabama
12
23
Kansas
12
23
Virginia
12
26
Georgia
11
26
Minnesota
11
26
Mississippi
11
26
Utah
11
30
Arizona
10
30
Colorado
10
30
Louisiana
10
30
Nebraska
10
30
New Mexico
10
35
Wisconsin
9
36
Arkansas
8
36
Ohio
8
38
Oklahoma
6
38
South Carolina
6
40
Maryland
5
40
Vermont
5
42
Connecticut
4
42
Hawaii
4
42
Indiana
4
42
New Jersey
4
46
Nevada
3
46
New Hampshire
3
48
Delaware
2
48
Wyoming
2
50
Rhode Island
1

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