Funding Programs and Application Information
The division provides low interest loans and grants for local governments and certain other non-profit entities for water infrastructure through a number of programs. A brief description of each program is provided below. Additional information for each program can be found by clicking on the link.
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Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF): Provides low interest loans to local government units to fund wastewater collection and treatment facilities as well as programs associated with estuary and non-point sources.Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF): Provides low interest loans to local government units and certain non-profit water corporations for projects to provide safe drinking water.
Community Development Block Grant – Infrastructure: Provides grants to local government units to address water and wastewater infrastructure needs in HUD qualified low to moderate income communities.
State Wastewater & Drinking Water Reserve Programs: Provides grants for technical assistance and for construction of critical needs for wastewater collection systems, wastewater treatment works, and public water system projects.
Merger/Regionalization Feasibility Grant Program: Provides grants for studies to evaluate the potential consolidation of two or more systems into one system and the potential physical interconnection with another system for regional wastewater treatment or regional water supply.
Asset Inventory and Assessment Grant Program: Provides grants for developing asset inventories, condition assessment of critical assets, and other components of a comprehensive asset management programs.
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