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N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources

NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Water Quality - Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF)

Water Quality

Mailing Address (US Postal):

Infrastructure Finance Section

1633 Mail Service Center

Raleigh, NC  27699-1633

 

Physical Address (FedEx, UPS):

Infrastructure Finance Section

512 N. Salisbury Street

8th Floor Archdale Building

Raleigh, NC  27604

 

Phone: (919) 707-9160

 

 

Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF)

The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program will next be accepting applications for funding on September 3, 2013.  Project applications must be received in our office by close of business on September 3, 2013. Please note that some application documents or guidance may change prior to the submittal deadline.  Changes to application documents will be noticed on the Infrastructure Finance Section website prior to the September 3, 2013 application period.  Current application forms and guidance documents are available at http://portal.ncdenr.org/web/wq/ifs/fap/apps.  Please contact Seth Robertson at (919) 707-9175 or via email at seth.robertson@ncdenr.gov with any questions.

 

2013 CWSRF Intended Use Plan

The Intended Use Plan (IUP) describes how the CWSRF will be adminstered for the 2013 capitilization grant cycle in conjunction with the grant and and operating agreements between the State and EPA.  More information can be found at http://portal.ncdenr.org/web/wq/ifs/fap/cwsrf/2013-cwsrf-intended-use-plan

 

2011-2012 SRF Annual Report

The Infrastructure Finance Section prepares an annual report that is submitted to USEPA detailing CWSRF activities for the State fiscal year.  You can download the most recent version of this report below.

FY 2011-2012 SRF Annual Report

 

Final Project List for March 2013 CWSRF Applications

The Infrastructure Finance Section has completed reviews of the March 2013 CWSRF applications.  Below is the final project list.  Notification letters of either a Notice of Intent to Fund or a Notice of Unsuccessful Application are being mailed to all applicants.  Projects on the final project list that include a funding amount in the Green Project Reserve, Principal Forgiveness, and/or CWSRF Base columns are those that will receive Notice of Intent to Fund letters.  If you have any questions please contact Seth Robertson, PE at (919) 707-9175.

Final CWSRF Project List March 2013 Applications 

Final CWSRF Project List March 2013 Applications 

 

Final Project List for September 2012 CWSRF Applications

Final CWSRF Project List September 2012 Applications 

Final CWSRF Project List September 2012 Applications 

 

Final Project List for March 2012 CWSRF Applications

Final CWSRF Project List March 2012 Applications 

Final CWSRF Project List March 2012 Applications 

 

Final Project List for September 2011 CWSRF Applications

Final CWSRF Project List September 2011 Applications 

Final CWSRF Project List September 2011 Applications 

 

Final Project List for March 2011 CWSRF Applications

Final CWSRF Project List March 2011 Applications 

Final CWSRF Project List March 2011 Applications 

 

Final Project List for September 2010 CWSRF Applications 

Final CWSRF Project List September 2010 Applications 

Final CWSRF Project List September 2010 Applications 

 

About the Program

The 1987 amendments to the Federal Clean Water Act replaced the Construction Grants program with the Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program (CWSRF). Under the CWSRF, Congress provides the states with grant funds to establish revolving loan programs to assist in the funding of wastewater treatment facilities and projects associated with estuary and nonpoint source programs. The states are required to provide 20% matching funds. In North Carolina, these funds are made available to units of local government at one-half (1/2) of the market rate for a period of up to twenty (20) years. The actual term of the loan is determined by the State Treasurer's Office.

For detailed information about the steps through the program see the following:

For questions regarding the program and the application process please contact Mark Hubbard at (919) 707-9162.

 

 

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