Funding opportunities in Water includes drinking water and clean water State revolving funds, lead service lines, PFAS and emerging contaminates, Indian water rights, Indian Health Service Water and Sewer, water and sewer tax, rural water, and western water.
The Grant Status column will be updated as grants are pursued.
- Monitoring – monitoring the grant program and waiting for more guidance to be released
- Applying – preparing the grant application to apply for funds
- Applied – submitted application
- Awarded – awarded grant funds
- Not Awarded – not awarded grant funds
|Grant Program Monitoring||Project Description||Grant Status||Grant Release Date|
|Clean Water State Revolving Fund||County is monitoring for removing/replacing culverts and supporting watershed protection.||Monitoring||TBD|
|WaterSMART Grants - Water and Energy Efficiency Grant FY23 (13 separate grant programs)||County is reviewing grant programs for water management improvements to increase drought resilience.||Monitoring||March-May 2022|
|Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Lead Service Lines Replacement||County is monitoring to replace lead service lines.||Monitoring||Closes Sept 2022|
|Aging Infrastructure Account||County is monitoring for repair, rehabilitation and maintenance of infrastructure assets for reserved or transferred works.||Monitoring|
|National Estuary Program Grants||County is monitoring. There are no estuaries within the unincorporated area, but we could partner with other agencies to protect and restore the water quality and resources of estuaries and associated watersheds.||Monitoring||TBD|
|Watershed Management Projects||County is monitoring for potential water conservation and efficiency projects.||Monitoring||Summer 2022|