Community Funding Project Requests

FY 2023 Appropriations Requests:

Thank you for contacting Majority Leader Hoyer's office regarding fiscal year 2023 appropriations requests and community funding projects. The final deadline to submit FY23 requests to Mr. Hoyer’s office is April 15, 2022. You may use the Hoyer FY23 Appropriations Request Form to submit your programmatic, language, or community project request to Mr. Hoyer today. Please understand that submission of this form does not mean that your proposal will be funded.


    FY 2022 Appropriations Requests:

    The House Committee on Appropriations announced that Members of Congress were allowed to submit up to 10 community funding requests. Congressman Hoyer received many requests, some of which were not eligible under the criteria established by Committee.

    All requests submitted by Congressman Hoyer to the Appropriations Committee are posted below. Members will be required to certify that neither they nor their immediate family have a financial interest in the requests made.

    • Applicant: Bowie State University
      Description: The funding would be used for the Institute that will focus on restorative justice and practices and will train staff, faculty, and community members.
      Amount: $750,000
      Certification Letter
       
    • Applicant: City of Bowie
      Description: The funding would be used to replace one mile of tuberculated cast iron water main. These funds would support design, construction, replacement meters, and related costs for the impacted pipes.
      Amount: $2,000,000
      Certification Letter
       
    • Applicant: College of Southern Maryland
      Description: The funding would be used for to purchase new equipment to reflect current professional practice and standards in equipment.
      Amount: $552,000
      Certification Letter
       
    • Applicant: Historic Sotterly, 44300 Sotterley Lane, Hollywood, MD 20636
      Description: The funding would be used to address critical restoration and deferred maintenance in order to preserve its irreplaceable structures and allow it to continue as educational and cultural resource.
      Amount: $750,000
      Certification Letter
       
    • Applicant: Lifestyles of Maryland
      Description: The funding would be used to finance part of Phase 2 of the Southern Crossing project that includes the renovation and furnishings for 27 units of short term housing.
      Amount: $160,000
      Certification Letter
       
    • Applicant: Prince George's County Department of Health
      Description: The funding would be used for to the Prince George’s County Health Department (PGCHD) to build a school-based pediatric telehealth network to connect students in 100 Prince George’s County public schools to critical somatic and mental health care.
      Amount: $5,100,000
      Certification Letter
       
    • Applicant: Prince George's County Fire & EMS Department
      Description: The funding would be used for to purchase water tanks for rural parts of the County that do not have an adequate water supply for use by the fire department.
      Amount: $1,800,000
      Certification Letter
       
    • Applicant: St. Mary's College of Maryland, 47645 College Dr, St Mary's City, MD 20686
      Description: The funding would be used to acquire a research vessel and associated equipment to support its roll-out of a new Marine Sciences program. The addition of a research vessel will enable SMCM students and faculty to pursue educational and research activities related to the rapidly changing global environment linked to climate change.
      Amount: $900,000
      Certification Letter
       
    • Applicant: St. Mary's County
      Description: The funding would be used for to dredge St. Patrick’s Creek which hasn’t been dredged since 1987.
      Amount: $700,000
      Certification Letter
       
    • Applicant: MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center
      Description: The funding would be used for to upgrade the behavioral health unit at the hospital.
      Amount: $925,000
      Certification Letter

    2021 Transportation Project Requests:

    The House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) announced that they will formally accept requests for projects from House Members for surface transportation authorization legislation.

    All requests submitted by Congressman Hoyer to the T&I Committee are posted below. Members will be required to certify that neither they nor their immediate family have a financial interest in the requests made.

    • Sponsor: Prince George’s County Department of Transportation and Public Works
      Project: Brandywine Road Bridge Replacement Project
      Location: 11700 Brandywine Road, Clinton, MD 20735
      Amount: $440,000
       
    • Sponsor: Prince George’s County Department of Transportation and Public Works
      Project: Interstate 95/Greenbelt METRO/MARC Station Access and Redevelopment Project
      Location: Greenbelt, Maryland, 5717 Greenbelt Metro Drive, Greenbelt, MD 20770
      Amount: $20 million
       
    • Sponsor: Maryland Department of Transportation
      Project: MD 4 Thomas Johnson Bridge Corridor
      Location: MD 5 (MD 246 to MD 471), Great Mills, Maryland, 20634/20653
      Amount: $15 million
       
    • Sponsor: Maryland Department of Transportation 
      Project: MD 5 Reconstruction of Great Mills
      Location: MD 4 (MD 2 to MD 235) Solomons/California, Maryland, 20619/20653/20688
      Amount: $13.2 million
       
    • Sponsor: Maryland Department of Transportation
      Project: Southern Maryland Rapid Transit (SMRT)
      Location: Branch Avenue Corridor from Branch Avenue Metro/Camp Springs to Waldorf/White Plains
      Amount: $5 million
       
    • Sponsor: Maryland Department of Transportation 
      Project: MD 197 Colington Road
      Location: MD 197 from Kenhill Drive to MD 450
      Amount: $8 million

    2021 National Defense Authorization Act Community Funding Requests

    The House Committee on Armed Services announced that Members of Congress were allowed to submit up to 10 community funding requests. All requests submitted by Congressman Hoyer to the Armed Services Committee are posted below. Members are required to certify that neither they nor their immediate family have a financial interest in the requests made.

    • Applicant: Pax River Naval Air Station
      Description: The funding would be used to support the third phase of construction of the Aircraft  Prototyping Facility. 
      Amount: $40.920 million
      Certification letter |
       
    • Applicant: NSWC Indian Head
      Description: The funding would be used to replace open burning by constructing a Contained Burn Facility with best available control technology. 
      Amount: $13.9 million
      Certification letter