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Coconino County, Ariz., funds by Interior, Department of

Listing $37,564,843.90 in stimulus funds from Interior, Department of for Coconino

Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.

Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.

Recipient Amount Description Federal Dept./Agency Date
C3 LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY $28,432,072 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF KAIBETO BOARDING SCHOOL AND DORMITORY IN KAIBETO, AZ
This spending item is part of a $41,224,703 allocation. See details
Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 6/25/2010
FLINTCO, LLC $1,718,612 Construction project to abate, demolition and renovate/rehabilitate High School Heating & Cooling system.
This spending item is part of a $6,491,291 allocation. See details
Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 5/28/2010
INDIAN AFFAIRS, BUREAU OF $731,500 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act To improve teaching and learning for students who are below the State academic achievement standards by adopting and implementing career-ready and college preparation programs. Improving and strengthening the data systems for school improveme... Show more Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 9/22/2009
J.D.M. SAND & ROCK, INC. $544,354 KANAB OFFICE BUILDING
This spending item is part of a $7,069,529 allocation. See details
Bureau of Land Management 9/16/2010
RIDGWAY VALLEY ENTERPRISES, INC. $459,374 Increase Accuracy of Water Meters by Replacing Meters and Automating Meter Reading System National Park Service 4/28/2010
RIDGWAY VALLEY ENTERPRISES, INC. $401,576 Grand Canyon National Park North Rim Norton Campground Demo 6 cabins haul off to landfill,add gravel parking lot where cabins were removed, place log barriers at edge of gravel parking areas and clear and grub to remove 80 trees, install underground utili National Park Service 5/03/2010
MOENCOPI DAY SCHOOL, INC. $337,200 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act Provide teachers with training to improve their teaching techniques and strategies to provide effective learning in our students, increase educators' long term capacity to improve students results on assessments and learning techniques, impro... Show more Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 10/08/2009
DEERFIELD CORPORATION $311,024 Kaibato Water Tower Refurbishment Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 5/13/2010
HAVASUPAI TRIBE $258,749 Road Maintenance_Indian Roads The project repaired two miles of IRR 18 and the parking area at the north terminus of IRR Rt. 18. The project rehabilitated the road and chipsealed as necessary. Project# H6860504. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 3/26/2010
COCONINO, COUNTY OF $237,000 Recreation Resource Management Coconino Rural Environment Corps will create and retain jobs, and provide job training and work skill development for American youth and young adults through the provision of recreational infrastructure improvement including trail repair, maintenance, res Bureau of Land Management 9/22/2009
RIDGWAY VALLEY ENTERPRISES, INC. $225,749 Installation of a new HVAC System in the Fee Management Building. Remodeling of the Shrine of the Ages building to include: renovating restrooms; new plumbing fixtures; new ceramic tile; new paint; partial carpet replacement and some electrical work. National Park Service 2/03/2010
TWELVE GAGE ENTERPRISES, LLC $221,706 Security Fencing Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 8/13/2010
BLUE TECH INC. $218,518 HP Printers and Servers Office of Policy, Management and Budget/Chief Financial Officer 9/27/2010
TRADITIONAL ROOFING, INC. $207,920 Replace ashphalt roofing shingles on 104 housing units and 9 garages located at the Grand Canyon National Park. National Park Service 9/19/2009
NAVAJO MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SCH $194,500 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act Improve teaching and learning for students most at risk of failing to meet State academic achievement standards. To increase students' academic success using modern technology and ensuring students are oomputer literate. To improve academic a... Show more Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 10/02/2009
MESQUITE INC $180,000 Provide Campground Improvement Construction including preengineered shade structures with concrete pads, construct new campsites with graveled area parking, installation of picnic tables, firerings and concrete sidewalks. Bureau of Land Management 4/13/2010
AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE $172,800 Conservation Activities by Youth Service Organizations This project is a cooperative endeavor between Grand Canyon National Park and American Conservation Experience (ACE). ACE crews assist NPS staff with cyclic maintenance and rehabilitation of trails throughout the Park. Project work includes rep... Show more National Park Service 1/01/2010
COCONINO, COUNTY OF $165,000 Conservation Activities by Youth Service Organizations Trail maintenance and construction within Grand Canyon National Park. National Park Service 12/09/2009
COOPER ZIETZ ENGINEERS, INC $151,098 Contract is to provide Construction Inspections services during construction for the renovation of the Greyhills Community School project. Deliverables consist of Daily inspection reports. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 6/30/2010
ARCHITECTURAL & ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATES INC $150,000 Design and Install Pv Solar system on pole mounted tracking systems at four location with concrete pad and fence at each location Bureau of Land Management 3/30/2010
KAIBAB PAIUTE TRIBAL COUNCIL $139,402 Road Maintenance_Indian Roads Road Repair & Restoration Project Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 3/30/2010
KAIBAB PAIUTE TRIBAL COUNCIL $139,402 Road Maintenance_Indian Roads The Project will include road Assessment, Equipment Purchase, and Unpaved routine maintenance activities. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 3/26/2010
KAIBAB PAIUTE TRIBAL COUNCIL $139,204 Highway Planning and Construction The Project will include Road Assessments, Equipment Purchase, and Unpaved Routine Maintenance activities. Project in Congressional District 02. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 3/26/2010
KAIBAB PAIUTE TRIBAL COUNCIL $139,204 The Project will include Road Assessment, Equipment Purchase, and Unpaved Routine Maintenance activities. Project in Congressional District 02. With Project ID H696170. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 3/26/2010
AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE $132,000 Recreation Resource Management Recovery Act - Trail Development and Maintenance, San Pedro National Conservation Area Trail Reconstruction and Arizona Strip Trail Repair. Including the original obligation of $43,200 as well as the $60,000 obligated on July 6, 2010, ACE has been grante Bureau of Land Management 9/22/2009
BRONZE STAR INC. $120,490 Recovery Yuma Area Office Stockpile Sites Bureau of Reclamation 4/30/2010
NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY $119,319 Volcano Hazards Program Research and Monitoring. Reconstructing the 2008 Okmok Eruption from Tephra Stratigraphy: Implications for Volcanic Hazards from Aleutian Phreatomagmatic Eruptions, dated September 10, 2009, revised Oclober 15, 2009 Geological Survey 12/29/2009
ABOR for and on the behalf of Northern Arizon $119,319 U.S. Geological Survey_ Research and Data Collection ARRA 14 0803 Reconstructing the 2008 Okmok Eruption from Tephra Stratigraphy Geological Survey 12/29/2009
AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE $115,000 Recreation Resource Management The original award of $85,000 was modified to add $30,000 on June 17, 2010. The project funds the employment of ACE Interpretation Interns involved in a variety of tasks to help educate the public to the meaning, the unique diversity, and the natural, cu Bureau of Land Management 3/10/2010
WESTERN TECHNOLOGIES, INC. $96,693 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF KAIBETO BOARDING SCHOOL AND DORMITORY IN KAIBETO, AZ
This spending item is part of a $41,224,703 allocation. See details
Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 6/25/2010
HAVASUPAI TRIBE $95,672 Highway Planning and Construction Projects made safety improvements to the parking area at the north terminus of IRR Rt. 18. The project scope included fabrication and installation of guardrails and other safety improvements to the roadway, including striping, pavement patching, and signa Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 8/02/2010
IMMEDIA, LLC $83,900 Whiteboards-Tuba City Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 7/21/2011
AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE $75,000 Conservation Activities by Youth Service Organizations American Conservation Experience provided 10 trail crew interns to spend 6 months each working alongside and learning from professional trail crew staff of Golden Gate National Recreation Area. For the entire project, ACE's 10 youth interns acco... Show more National Park Service 3/12/2010
Mil-Spec Nv, Inc. $75,000 REHABILITATE AGING MISSION 66 QUARTERS. This project will rehabilitate Quarters #4, a single family house built in the 1960?s of about 1700sf. Updating wiring to meet current codes is one goal of the project. Another is improving energy efficiency. Wa
This spending item is part of a $115,331 allocation. See details
National Park Service 4/27/2010
AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE $70,000 Recreation Resource Management American Conservation Experience is providing Youth Corps crews to restore campground facilities located throughout the Hollister Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management. The lack of formal campgrounds and day-use areas currently has adverse impacts Bureau of Land Management 3/15/2010
FEDERAL CONTRACTS CORP $66,591 Brush Chippers for the Grand Canyon National Park. Vermeer BC600XL and Vermeer BC1800XL National Park Service 8/30/2010
AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE $65,120 This project, completed in Quarter 3 of 2010, was a cooperative endeavor between Great Smoky Mountains National Park and ACE for trail rehabilitation along sections of the Sweat Heifer Trail (approximately 2 miles) and Grassy Branch Trail (approximately 1 National Park Service 5/07/2010
AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE $47,000 The objective of this project is to participate collaboratively in conservation projects. ACE will aid in the Sequoia National Park's mission of protection and conservation efforts by expanding the Park's cyclic maintenance program. The Park is currentl National Park Service 4/13/2010
LEETEX/HILL & WILKINSON IV LLC $45,904 This contract award is to replace deteriorating curbing and walkways throughout the Pipe Springs National Monument and around the NPS and Kaibab Paiute Tribe visitor center immediately adjacent to the Monument, providing a uniform color and appearance thr
This spending item is part of a $251,831 allocation. See details
National Park Service 3/19/2010
AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE $44,400 The objective of this project is to participate collaboratively in conservation activities to install fences, gates, and associated barriers to relieve trespass motor vehicle problems, which are damaging the resource. The project will provide for insalla National Park Service 4/26/2010
AMERICAN CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE $44,400 Conservation Activities by Youth Service Organizations The purpose of this project is to build and repair 5 miles of fence needed along the boundaries of areas closed to grazing in order to mitigate unauthorized grazing as well as illegal off-road travel. This priority fence will define Proposed Wil... Show more National Park Service 11/17/2009
NAVAJO MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY SCH $43,000 Education for Homeless Children and Youth, Recovery Act Ensure that each homeless child and youth has equal access to the same free, appropriate public education, including a public preschool education, as other children and youth. Basic needs of students in the areas of health, academic and extra-cu... Show more Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 6/23/2010
EMPIRE CONSTRUCTION, LLC $41,886 supply and delivery of exterior doors and hardware National Park Service 11/17/2009
DWG & ASSOCIATES, INC. $40,331 REHABILITATE AGING MISSION 66 QUARTERS. This project will rehabilitate Quarters #4, a single family house built in the 1960?s of about 1700sf. Updating wiring to meet current codes is one goal of the project. Another is improving energy efficiency. Wa
This spending item is part of a $115,331 allocation. See details
National Park Service 4/27/2010
MOENCOPI DAY SCHOOL, INC. $35,640 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act Improve teaching and learning for students most at risk of failing to meet State Academic Achievement Standards. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 8/01/2011
CEMEX, INC. $32,100 Hot asphaltic concrete. Award amount cannot be less than the amount invoiced. We have invoiced $32100.00 Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 5/21/2010
BLOOD, JOHN $29,100 stewardship Bureau of Land Management 9/21/2009
MCGRAW-HILL COMPANIES, INC., THE $14,920 Havasupia Elementary School has been using McGraw-Hill products in the classroom for two years. The school used these funds to replenish the consumable materials for use during this school year, 2010-2011. Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 8/23/2010
PALEOWEST, L.L.C. $10,750 Conduct a Class III cultural resource inventory of the project area, record all cultural resource properties and recommend NRHP eligibility. Bureau of Land Management 9/17/2009
KAIBAB BAND OF PAIUTE INDIANS $10,644 Highway Planning and Construction Project location is in Congressional District Number 02, but Tribal address zip code is not. Project description is to perform construction and Tribal project management activities for ARRA project KBIR Chip Seal No. 2, H69A03 for the survey, preliminary
This spending item is part of a $84,924 allocation. See details
Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 6/02/2010
BYRNE & ASSOCIATES $7,500 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act This award is comprised of a 3 day visit to Kaibeto Boarding School during the month of July, 2011 in order to provide reading support to the academic staff. This support to Kaibeto Boarding School will strengthen instructional reading practi... Show more Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 5/26/2011
BYRNE & ASSOCIATES $7,200 Title I Grants to Local Educational Agencies, Recovery Act This award is comprised of a 3 day visit to Kaibeto Boarding School during the month of July, 2011 in order to provide enVision Math support to the academic staff. This support to Kaibeto Boarding School will strengthen instructional math pra... Show more Indian Affairs (Assistant Secretary) 5/26/2011