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Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG Annual Competition) (HUD Funds)Alabama Department of Economic and Community AffairsTo improve housing and economic & community development for low and moderate income communities.Application procedure workshops begin in May. The program closes in April and the deadline for applications is July 1, 2016. Applications can be accessed through the website.http://adeca.alabama.gov/Divisions/ced/cdp/Pages/CDBG.aspx
Shabbir Olia shabbir.olia@adeca.alabama.gov (334) 242-5468 Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs PO Box 5690 Montgomery, AL, 36103.0
Shabbir Oliashabbir.olia@adeca.alabama.gov(334) 242-5468Alabama Department of Economic and Community AffairsPO Box 5690MontgomeryAL36103.0
Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Area Development FundAlabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA)The Appalachian Regional Commission awards grants and contracts from funds appropriated to the Commission annually by Congress. Program grants are awarded to state and local agencies and governmental entities (such as economic development authorities), local governing boards (such as county councils), and nonprofit organizations (such as schools and organizations that build low-cost housing). ARC provides funds for basic infrastructure services, including water and sewer facilities, that enhance economic development opportunities or address serious health issues for residential customers.An annual ARC Workshop is held in late July or early August of each year. A notice of the workshop will be posted on the ADECA website at least one month prior to the workshop date. Pre-applications are taken the entire month of August. Pre-application guidelines and other documents are available on the website.http://www.adeca.alabama.gov/Divisions/ced/Pages/Appalachian-Regional-Commission.aspxThe usual maximum ARC funding per project is $200,000.
Kelly Chasteen kelly.chasteen@adeca.alabama.gov​ 334-353-2909 Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs 401 Adams Avenue Suite 592 Montgomery, AL, 36103-5690
Kelly Chasteenkelly.chasteen@adeca.alabama.gov​334-353-2909Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs401 Adams AvenueSuite 592MontgomeryAL36103-5690
State Revolving Fund (SRF)Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) are low interest loan programs intended to finance public infrastructure improvements in Alabama. Projects that strengthen compliance with Federal and State regulations and/or enhance protection of public health are eligible for consideration to receive an SRF loan.ADEM will evaluate the pre-applications according to the integrated priority system. All projects that score above the funding line will be invited to submit full applications. Upon final review and approval, loans will close typically within six months. Forms can be accessed on website.http://www.adem.state.al.us/programs/water/srf.cnt
James Dailey jwd@adem.state.al.us 334-271-7805 Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) PO Box 301463 Montgomery, AL, 36130
James Daileyjwd@adem.state.al.us334-271-7805 Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM)PO Box 301463MontgomeryAL36130
Community Development Block Grants (CDBG)Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development - Division of Community and Regional AffairsThe goals of Alaska CDBG are to provide financial resources to Alaskan communities for public facilities and planning activities which address issues detrimental to the health and safety of local residents and to reduce the costs of essential community services. The program may also fund Special Economic Development activities which result in the creation of jobs for low and moderate income persons.Each applicant is expected to consult with CDBG Program staff about project eligibility and structure prior to submission of an application. Applications can be accessed on website.https://www.commerce.alaska.gov/web/dcra/GrantsSection/CommunityDevelopmentBlockGrants.aspxCDBG competitive grants are single-purpose project grants; maximum of $850,000 per community.
Pauletta Bourne pauletta.bourne@alaska.gov 907-451-2721 Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development Division of Community and Regional Affairs 211 Cushman St. Fairbanks, AK, 99701.0
Pauletta Bournepauletta.bourne@alaska.gov907-451-2721Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development Division of Community and Regional Affairs211 Cushman St.FairbanksAK99701.0
Alaska Drinking Water Fund Loan (ADWF) & Alaska Clean Water Fund Loan (ACWF)Alaska Department of Environmental ConservationThe purpose of ADWF and ACWF is to make low interest loans available to Alaskan municipalities and other qualified entities for financing drinking water, wastewater and water quality related projects.Application guidelines can be accessed on website.http://dec.alaska.gov/water/MuniGrantsLoans/index.htm
Mike Lewis mike.lewis@alaska.gov 907-269-7616 Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation
Mike Lewismike.lewis@alaska.gov907-269-7616Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation
Energy Efficiency Low-Interest FinancingAlliant Energy Interstate Power and LightAlliant Energy offers a low-interest loan for entities who purchase and install energy efficient measures.To apply, determine your desired equipment and obtain specifications, verify that equipment meets standards, and complete full application form. Applications can be accessed on website.https://www.alliantenergy.com/SaveEnergyAndMoney/AdditionalWaysSave/FinancingOptions/029903The minimum loan amount is $1,500. The maximum loan amount is $25,000.
Customer Service: Alliant Energy customercare@alliantenergy.com 800-255-4268 Alliant Energy PO Box 351 Cedar Rapids, IA, 52406
Customer Service: Alliant Energycustomercare@alliantenergy.com800-255-4268 Alliant EnergyPO Box 351Cedar RapidsIA52406
Anne Arundel County Watershed RestorationAnne Arundel CountyThe Anne Arundel County Government and the Chesapeake Bay Trust announce a grant program to support watershed restoration projects and programs throughout Anne Arundel County, Maryland. This program aims to improve water quality in the County’s local streams and waterways, as called for in the County’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit and Watershed Implementation Plan (WIP), which require reductions in storm flow volume and pollutants entering the County’s waterways. Please note: Applicants must contact the Trust to arrange a site visit between Trust and funding partner staff before applying for funding.The Chesapeake Bay Trust’s grant applications are all submitted through an online system. See the RFP here: https://cbtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/AAWR_FY18_RFP_final.pdfhttps://cbtrust.org/anne-arundel-county-watershed-restoration/$20,000 to $300,000. Larger awards are possible with prior approval from the Trust.
Katie Hart pwhart30@aacounty.org 4102220136 Anne Arundel County
Katie Hartpwhart30@aacounty.org4102220136Anne Arundel County
Annenberg Foundation: GrantAnnenberg FoundationThe Annenberg Foundation funds 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations working with underserved constituents in the Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. The Foundation evaluates whether an organization has established best practices related to diversity, financial sustainability, infrastructure, board governance, staff development, programs & services, and collaboration with peers (including public-private partnerships). The Foundation does not fund Capital Campaigns/Building Construction and Equipment, multi-year commitments, or public agencies. The Foundation generally awards grants to the following programmatic areas: Arts, Culture & Humanities; Civic & Community Development; Environment; Education; Health & Human Services; and some consideration is also given to the areas of Animal Welfare and Military VeteransApplications are submitted online utilizing foundation-provided templates. The application includes questions about leadership, governance, and constituents served. Applicants must submit an organizational chart, audited financials (or unaudited financial statements for organizations with a budget under $2 million), and the most recent fiscal year IRS Form 990. Application instructions are available at: https://www.annenberg.org/what-we-do/grantmaking/how-Applyhttps://www.annenberg.org/ Grants are for one year and range from $10,000 to a maximum of $100,000. General operating support grants are typically not greater than 10% of the total organization budget. Organizations with budgets greater than $10 million are ineligible for general operating support, but can apply for project support. Organizations with budgets less than $10 million are eligible for either project or general operating support.
requests@annenberg.org 2000 Avenue of the Stars Suite 1000S Los Angeles, CA, 90067
requests@annenberg.org2000 Avenue of the StarsSuite 1000SLos AngelesCA90067
Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) GrantsAppalachian Regional Commission (ARC)The Appalachian Regional Commission awards grants and contracts from funds appropriated to the Commission annually by Congress. Program grants are awarded to state and local agencies and governmental entities (such as economic development authorities), local governing boards (such as county councils), and nonprofit organizations (such as schools and organizations that build low-cost housing). ARC provides funds for basic infrastructure services, including water and sewer facilities, that enhance economic development opportunities or address serious health issues for residential customers.Almost all program grants originate at the state level. Potential applicants should contact their state ARC program manager to request a preapplication package. A small number of grants are awarded through requests for proposals (RFPs), sometimes as grant competitions. These grant RFPs are posted on the ARC Web site as they are issued: https://www.arc.gov/funding/RequestsforProposalsforProjectGrants.asphttps://www.arc.gov/funding/ARCGrantsandContracts.asp
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) ProgramArizona Department of HousingCDBG funds may be utilized to address a wide variety of community needs, including construction or renovation of various infrastructure projects such as water, wastewater and solid waste facilities, streets, and flood control projects.Deadlines vary; please visit website for specific details. Notice of Funds Availability (NOFA) are announced here: https://housing.az.gov/documents-links/publicationshttps://housing.az.gov/community-development-block-grant-program
602-771-1021 Arizona Department of Housing 1110 W. Washington St. Suite 310 Phoenix, AZ, 85007.0
602-771-1021Arizona Department of Housing1110 W. Washington St.Suite 310PhoenixAZ85007.0
Water Development Division ProgramsArkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC)ANRC has available funding for water and wastewater projects from both State and Federal programs. Each of these programs has its own requirements and limitations. Each applicant fills out a general ANRC application form and ANRC staff will determine which program best fits the community's needs. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; check the website for detailed instructions on how to begin the application process.http://anrc.ark.org/divisions/water-resources-development/
Mark Bennett mark.bennett@arkansas.gov 501-682-3978 Arkansas Natural Resources Commission 101 East Capitol Suite 350 Little Rock, AR, 72201
Mark Bennettmark.bennett@arkansas.gov501-682-3978Arkansas Natural Resources Commission101 East CapitolSuite 350Little RockAR72201
Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG) Water & Wastewater GrantsArkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC)Eligible cities have a population of less than 50,000, and counties with populations of less than 200,000. 51% of the project beneficiaries must be LMI households, and the minimum customer base is 300 customers. Counties may have only two open categorical grants and cities or towns may have only one open categorical grant There are rate structure requirements for new customers on CDBG Water or Wastewater projects At this time, grants are awarded only to provide new service or to extend existing service to new residential customers, not for maintenance projects.Deadline is April 1 each year, check the website for detailed instructions on how to begin the application process.http://www.arkansasedc.com/grantsN/A
Jean Noble JNoble@ArkansasEDC.com (501) 682-7389 Arkansas Economic Development Commission 900 West Capitol Suite 400 Little Rock, AR, 72201.0
Jean NobleJNoble@ArkansasEDC.com(501) 682-7389Arkansas Economic Development Commission900 West CapitolSuite 400Little RockAR72201.0
Ayrshire Foundation: GrantAyrshire FoundationThe Ayrshire Foundation provides grants to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that embrace people, infrastructure, values, practices and policies for organizational success. The Foundation has focused its funding in five areas: Opportunities for Youth; Science and the Environment; Healthcare; Services for the Elderly and Disabled; and Community Culture. Grants are considered for projects that can be leveraged to attract other funding and projects that are replicable. The Foundation will also consider multi-year or matching grants. Preference is given to organizations located in Southern California and Petoskey/Harbor Springs, Michigan. However, the Foundation welcomes inquiries from other locations. Applications are submitted online and are reviewed at semi-annual board meetings. Applications are due by March 15 for consideration during the May/June meeting, and September 15 for consideration during the October meeting. The Ayrshire Foundation will respond with a request for a proposal (RFP) for applications selected during the board meetings. Application instructions are available at: http://ayrshirefoundation.org/apply-for-a-grant/overview/http://ayrshirefoundation.org/The Ayrshire Foundation has distributed approximately $1 million/per year in gifts ranging in size from several thousand to $1 million. Due to several recent very large multi-year grants, funds are fully committed through 2018. The Foundation expects to begin entertaining new grant requests in the fall of 2018.
info@ayrshirefoundation.org 301 East Colorado Blvd Suite 802 Pasadena, CA, 91101-1917
info@ayrshirefoundation.org301 East Colorado BlvdSuite 802PasadenaCA91101-1917
Community Water Facility Revolving Loan FundBank of North DakotaProvides financing for community water projects when the project is above the maximum loan limits set by USDA Rural Development (RD). It is also the intent of this program to provide supplemental financing for federal loan programs associated with community water projects. Eligible applicants are cities, associations, cooperatives and corporations operated on a nonprofit basis who have the legal authority to construct, operate and maintain water facilities. This program may be used for community water projects including: locating, conserving, controlling, treating and distributing water (these include reservoirs, dams, canals, wells, pumps, treatment plants, mains, pipelines, and other associated features necessary to supply water); necessary services prior to RD approval; and loans to cover operating expenses of projects when the borrower is unable to pay such expenses.Applications may be sent directly to the state office of Rural Development. Applications approved by RD are forwarded to BND for review and approval.https://bnd.nd.gov/infrastructure/community-water-facility-revolving-loan-fund/
Annette Curl acurl@nd.gov 701-328-5786 1200 Memorial Highway PO Box 5509 Bismarck, ND, 58504
Annette Curlacurl@nd.gov701-328-57861200 Memorial HighwayPO Box 5509BismarckND58504
Project Development Assistance Program (PDAP)Border Environment Cooperation Commission (BECC)The PDAP grant funds, for project development and design, are available for public water and wastewater infrastructure projects identified through a program-specific prioritization process. The project must be located within 100 km (62 miles) north of the international boundary in the four U.S. states of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California.Online application: http://www.becc.org/certification-process/apply-for-certification-financinghttp://www.becc.org/funding-programs/technical-assistance/pdap
Technical Assistance (TA) FundBorder Environment Cooperation Commission (BECC)Border Environment Cooperation Commission's (BECC) Technical Assistance fund has been designed to support the development of water and wastewater projects ineligible to receive Project Development Assistance Program (PDAP) funding, as well as all other BECC-NADB eligible project types. The project must be located within 100 km (62 miles) north of the international boundary in the four U.S. states of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California.Online application: http://www.becc.org/certification-process/apply-for-certification-financinghttp://www.becc.org/funding-programs/technical-assistance/ta-fund
Bullitt Foundation: GrantBullitt FoundationThe Bullitt Foundation focuses on infrastructure design that optimizes efficiencies among land use, transportation, energy, water, and waste systems; operates at a cost effective scale; enhances natural systems; reduces carbon emissions; and stores carbon. It advances green infrastructure alternatives to grey infrastructure. The Foundation also seeks to develop conservation finance mechanisms, metrics, and other needed tools to encourage protection and restoration of ecosystem service values related to urban, agricultural, forest, and open space lands. The Foundation funds 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, Municipal Corporations, Public Agencies, and Tribal Governments.Applications are submitted through the Online Grantee Portal. The portal does not accept document uploads or attachments. Application instructions are available at: http://www.bullitt.org/grants/grantmaking-process/http://www.bullitt.org/Previous grants range from $10,000-$120,000
info@bullitt.org 1501 East Madison Street Suite 600 Seattle, WA, 98122
info@bullitt.org1501 East Madison StreetSuite 600SeattleWA98122
Forestry on Indian LandsBureau of Indian AffairsThis U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs program is intended to maintain, protect, enhance, and develop Indian forest resources through the execution of forest management activities, including reforestation and commercial forest stand improvement, timber sales management, forest inventories and plans, forest program management and administration, and forest protection activities. Previously funded projects include tree planting, weeding and fertilization, development or revision of long-term sustained-yield forest management plans, timber preparation, timber sale administration, and forest restoration.Contact your regional office; regional office information is available at www.doi.gov/bureau-indian-affairs.html.https://www.bia.gov/WhoWeAre/BIA/OTS/DFWFM/index.htmVaries; awards range from approximately $100,000 to $1 million
U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Trust Services, Division of Forestry and Wildland Fire Management 1849 C Street, NW MS-4620-MIB Washington, DC, 20240
U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs Office of Trust Services, Division of Forestry and Wildland Fire Management1849 C Street, NWMS-4620-MIBWashingtonDC20240
Community Development Block Program (CDBG)California Department of Housing and Community DevelopmentCDBG Partners with rural cities and counties to improve the lives of their low- and moderate-income residents through the creation and expansion of community and economic development opportunities in support of livable communities.Competitive applications submitted in response to a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) or Request for Proposals (RFP) must be received by the application deadline date. For details on upcoming funding opportunities, check the NOFA Schedule. The NOFAs or RFPs provide vital information for those looking to obtain funding.http://www.hcd.ca.gov/grants-funding/active-funding/cdbg.shtml
Nicole McCay 916-263-0422 California Department of Housing and Community Development 2020 West El Camino Avenue Suite 500 Sacramento, CA, 95833.0
Nicole McCay916-263-0422California Department of Housing and Community Development2020 West El Camino AvenueSuite 500SacramentoCA95833.0
Water Recycling Funding Program (WRFP)California Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)Promotes the beneficial use of treated municipal wastewater (water recycling) in order to augment fresh water supplies in California by providing technical and financial assistance to agencies and other stakeholders in support of water recycling projects and research.Applications are accepted on a continuous basis. An online application can be completed and submitted here: https://faast.waterboards.ca.govhttp://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/water_recycling/$900 M
Michael Downey Michael.Downey@waterboards.ca.gov 916-324-8404 California Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) PO Box 944212 Sacramento, CA, 94244
Michael DowneyMichael.Downey@waterboards.ca.gov916-324-8404California Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)PO Box 944212SacramentoCA94244
Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program (CWSRF)California Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program offers low cost financing for a wide variety of water quality projects. The program has significant financial assets, and is capable of financing projects from <$1 million to >$100 million.Applications are accepted on a continuous basis. An online application can be completed and submitted here: https://faast.waterboards.ca.govhttp://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/srf/index.shtmlAnnual average is $500,000,000
Robert Pontureri & Wennilyn Fua Robert.Pontureri@waterboards.ca.gov 916-341-5828 California Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) CleanWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov 1001 I Street, 17th Floor Sacramento, CA, 95814
Robert Pontureri & Wennilyn FuaRobert.Pontureri@waterboards.ca.gov916-341-5828California Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)CleanWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov1001 I Street, 17th FloorSacramentoCA95814
Proposition 84 Funding for Public Water SystemsCalifornia Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)This program provides funding for emergency clean water grants (Section 75021), small community infrastructure improvements for chemical and nitrate contaminants (section 75022), or grants to prevent or reduce contamination of groundwater that serves as a source of drinking water (Section 75025).Applications are located on website.http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/drinking_water/services/funding/Prop84.shtml
Noel Gordon Noel.Gordon@waterboards.ca.gov 916-449-5600 State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Financial Assistance dwpfunds@waterboards.ca.gov PO Box 997377 MS 7408 Sacramento, CA, 95899
Noel GordonNoel.Gordon@waterboards.ca.gov916-449-5600State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Financial Assistancedwpfunds@waterboards.ca.govPO Box 997377MS 7408SacramentoCA95899
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Program (DWSRF)California Environmental Protection Agency - State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB)The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWRSF) program assists public water systems in financing the cost of drinking water infrastructure projects needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) requirements.Applications are accepted on a continuous basis. An online application can be completed and submitted here: https://faast.waterboards.ca.govhttp://www.waterboards.ca.gov/drinking_water/services/funding/SRF.shtml
Uyen Trinh-Le Uyen.Trinh-Le@waterboards.ca.gov 916-440-7590 State Water Resources Control Board DrinkingWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov 1001 I Street Sacramento, CA, 95814
Uyen Trinh-LeUyen.Trinh-Le@waterboards.ca.gov916-440-7590State Water Resources Control BoardDrinkingWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov1001 I StreetSacramentoCA95814
Water or Energy Audit Financial AssistanceCalifornia Environmental Protection Agency, State Water Resources Control BoardThe purpose of the Water or Energy Audit is to encourage public agencies to take an independent look into their current practices, identify potentially inefficient water or energy use and follow up with a well thought out plan to improve consumption of these valuable resources. The agency is encouraged to study water and energy in the audit, but may focus on one or the other. All audits must be related to projects, facilities, or activities that are otherwise eligible for Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) funding. Agencies may hire consultants to perform the audit, or perform the work with their own staff.Application instructions: http://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/srf/docs/forms/water_energy_audit_application_instructions.pdfhttp://www.waterboards.ca.gov/water_issues/programs/grants_loans/srf/srf_forms.shtmlPrincipal forgiveness may be awarded for 100% of the audit costs, up to a maximum of $35,000.
916-327-9978 California Environmental Protection Agency, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Finiancial Assistance CleanWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.gov P. O. Box 944212 Sacramento, CA, 94244-2120
916-327-9978California Environmental Protection Agency, State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Finiancial AssistanceCleanWaterSRF@waterboards.ca.govP. O. Box 944212SacramentoCA94244-2120
Infrastructure State Revolving Fund (ISRF) ProgramCalifornia Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (IBank)The ISRF Program provides financing to public agencies and non-profit corporations sponsored by public agencies for a wide variety of infrastructure and economic development projects (excluding housing).Application materials are located on the website.http://gov-ibank-elb-78982517.us-west-2.elb.amazonaws.com/ibank/programs/isrf
Tom Dear 916-341-6600 LoanProgram@ibank.ca.gov P.O. Box 2830 Sacramento, CA, 95812
Tom Dear916-341-6600LoanProgram@ibank.ca.gov P.O. Box 2830SacramentoCA95812
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation: Environment GrantCharles Stewart Mott FoundationThe Mott Foundation works to ensure long-term conservation of freshwater ecosystems by strengthening the environmental community and informing the development of water policy. The Foundation funds local, state, regional, and national non-governmental organizations dedicated to the long-term conservation of freshwater ecosystems and policy issues related to water quantity. Grants have traditionally been made in the Great Lakes region and the Southeast region of the U.S. but the Foundation will consider other geographic areas, including international.Funding for unsolicited requests is very limited. Potential applicants submit a Letter of Inquiry (LOI). If the Mott Foundation is interested in learning more about the project the applicant will be contacted to submit a grant application proposal. Application instructions are available at: https://www.mott.org/work/grantseekers/https://www.mott.org/Grantmaking in 2015 totaled $119 million. Of this, the Flint Area = $53.6 million (45.1%) and Environment program = $20.3 million (17%)
503 S. Saginaw Street Suite 1200 Flint, MI, 48502
503 S. Saginaw StreetSuite 1200FlintMI48502
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation: Flint Area GrantCharles Stewart Mott FoundationThe Mott Foundation works to ensure safe drinking water in Flint, MI. The Foundation is committed to provide up to $100 million over five years to help address such immediate and long-term concerns as safe drinking water, health needs, and education.Funding for unsolicited requests is very limited. Potential applicants submit a Letter of Inquiry (LOI). If the Mott Foundation is interested in learning more about the project the applicant will be contacted to submit a grant application proposal. Application instructions are available at: https://www.mott.org/work/grantseekers/https://www.mott.org/Grantmaking in 2015 totaled $119 million. Of this, the Flint Area = $53.6 million (45.1%) and Environment program = $20.3 million (17%)
503 S. Saginaw Street Suite 1200 Flint, MI, 48502
503 S. Saginaw StreetSuite 1200FlintMI48502
Green Streets, Green Jobs, Green Towns (G3) Grant ProgramChesapeake Bay TrustThe goal of the Chesapeake Bay G3 Grant Program is to help communities develop and implement plans that reduce stormwater runoff, increase the number and amount of green spaces in urban areas, improve the health of local streams and the Chesapeake Bay, and enhance quality of life and community livability. The Chesapeake Bay Trust’s grant applications are all submitted through an online system: https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_1520/Default.asp?SA=SNA&FID=35038&SESID=12941&RL=https://cbtrust.org/green-streets-green-jobs-green-towns/Up to $30,000 for design projects. Up to $75,000 for implementation projects. Up to $20,000 for white papers.
Jeffrey Popp jpopp@cbtrust.org 410-974-2941 x103 Chesapeake Bay Trust 60 West St Suite 405 Annapolis, MD, 21401
Jeffrey Poppjpopp@cbtrust.org410-974-2941 x103Chesapeake Bay Trust60 West StSuite 405AnnapolisMD21401
Stormwater Quality Cost Share ProgramCity of Raleigh, NC - Stormwater Management DivisionThe City of Raleigh's Stormwater Management Division offers a Stormwater Quality Cost Share Program to homeowners, businesses, and government agencies wanting to improve the quality of stormwater runoff on their properties.Any property owner, including residential, commercial, or public entity, who pays the City’s stormwater utility fee is eligible to petition for assistance through this program.http://www.raleighnc.gov/safety/content/PWksStormwater/Articles/StormwaterQualityCostShareProgram.htmlThe amount of the City's cost contribution to the project will be based on an acceptable cost for the project as determined by the City
Stormwater Management Division RaleighStormwater@raleighnc.gov 919-996-3940 City of Raleigh 222 W. Hargett St. Raleigh, NC, 27601
Stormwater Management DivisionRaleighStormwater@raleighnc.gov919-996-3940City of Raleigh222 W. Hargett St.RaleighNC27601
Rural Water and Wastewater LendingCoBankCoBank works with rural water and wastewater not-for-profit systems, municipalities, and investor-owned utility companies to provide interim and bridge financing for USDA Rural Development projects, refinance of existing debt, term loans for system upgrades, and lines of credit.Applications are accepted continuously. To apply, complete an online Loan Request Form at: https://water.cobank.com/http://www.cobank.com/About-CoBank/Industries-We-Serve/Water.aspxgeneral minimum of $500,000
Mark Shillingford Water@cobank.com 844-846-3135 CoBank Water@cobank.com 6340 South Fiddlers Green Circle Greenwood Village, CO, 80111
Mark ShillingfordWater@cobank.com844-846-3135CoBankWater@cobank.com6340 South Fiddlers Green CircleGreenwood VillageCO80111
Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA)The primary objective of the CDBG Program is to develop viable communities by providing the following, principally to persons of low and moderate income: decent housing, a suitable living environment, and expanded economic opportunities.Prospective applicants for public facility projects must consult with the Department's Regional Manager in their area prior to submitting an application. Applications can be accessed on website. The application deadline for CDBG funding consideration is in February.https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dola/community-development-block-grant-cdbg
(303) 864-7720 Colorado Department of Local Affairs 1313 Sherman St. Room 521 Denver, CO, 80203.0
(303) 864-7720Colorado Department of Local Affairs1313 Sherman St.Room 521DenverCO80203.0
Energy and Mineral Impact Assistance Program (EIAF)Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA)The purpose of the EIAF Program is to assist political subdivisions that are socially and/or economically impacted by the development, processing, or energy conversion of minerals and mineral fuels.Applications can be accessed on website; contact your regional manager with questions. Application deadlines are the 1 of April, August, and December annually.https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/dola/energymineral-impact-assistance-fund-eiaf
Denise Stepto denise.stepto@state.co.us 303-864-7707 Colorado Department of Local Affairs
Denise Stepto denise.stepto@state.co.us303-864-7707Colorado Department of Local Affairs
Colorado's Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (WPCRF) Loan ProgramColorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentThe Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund provides low interest loans to governmental agencies for construction of wastewater infrastructure projects.An applicant must complete an Eligibility Survey, Pre-Qualification Form, and Pre-Application Meeting Form prior to applying. Loan application deadlines are the 15 of January, February, April, June, August, October, and November.https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/wq-grants-and-loansDirect loans are for projects up to $2.5 million. Leveraged loans are for governmental entity projects greater than $2.5 million
Brad Monson bradley.monson@state.co.us 303-692-2286 Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment cdphe_grantsandloans@state.co.us 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South Denver, CO, 80246
Brad Monsonbradley.monson@state.co.us303-692-2286Colorado Department of Public Health and Environmentcdphe_grantsandloans@state.co.us4300 Cherry Creek Drive SouthDenverCO80246
Water Quality GrantsColorado Department of Public Health and EnvironmentGrant programs are available for: Water or wastewater systems impacted, damaged or destroyed by designated natural disasters; wastewater and sanitation districts to help meet nutrient standards; planning and design associated with the State Revolving Fund (SRF) requirements; water and wastewater projects that protect public health and water quality for small communities; assistance to small water systems with planning and design for projects; water, wastewater or stormwater projects to improve water quality.An applicant must complete an Eligibility Survey, Pre-Qualification Form, and Pre-Application Meeting Form prior to applying. Loan application deadlines are the 15 of January, February, April, June, August, October, and November.https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/wq-grantsFunding is dependent on federal and state allocations and priorities.
Michael Beck michael.s.beck@state.co.us 303-692-2286 Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment cdphe_grantsandloans@state.co.us 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South Denver, CO, 80246
Michael Beckmichael.s.beck@state.co.us303-692-2286Colorado Department of Public Health and Environmentcdphe_grantsandloans@state.co.us4300 Cherry Creek Drive SouthDenverCO80246
Communities Unlimited, Inc. Water/Wastewater LoansCommunities Unlimited, Inc; Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP)Communities Unlimited offers loans with terms up to 15 years for small, rural community water/wastewater projects. Loans enable rural communities to make the necessary repairs and improvements needed to maintain an uninterrupted supply of safe drinking water and wastewater disposal for their customers.Complete application form: https://www.communitiesu.org/images/files/Lending_files/CRGLoanApplicationForm.pdf Email application to: info@CommunitiesU.org.https://www.communitiesu.org/index.php/How-We-Help/water-waste-water-loans.htmlCU Loan Funds available. Contact for more information.
Holly Baker, Senior Loan Officer Holly.Baker@CommunitiesU.org 473-443-2700 x.114 Holly.Baker@CommunitiesU.org 3 East Colt Square Drive Fayetteville, AR, 72703
Holly Baker, Senior Loan OfficerHolly.Baker@CommunitiesU.org473-443-2700 x.114Holly.Baker@CommunitiesU.org3 East Colt Square DriveFayettevilleAR72703
Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)Connecticut Department of Economic and Community DevelopmentConnecticut's Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program, also known as the Small Cities Program, provides funding and technical support for projects that achieve local community and economic development objectives. The Small Cities Program principally benefits low-and moderate-income persons. This program is only available to Connecticut towns and cities with populations of less than 50,000.Applications are due in April and will be rated and ranked according to DOH policy. The application steps are outlined on website.http://www.ct.gov/doh/cwp/view.asp?a=4513&q=530474
Dimple Desai Dimple.Desai@ct.gov (860) 270-8012 Connecticut Department of Housing 505 Hudson Street Hartford, CT, 6106.0
Dimple DesaiDimple.Desai@ct.gov(860) 270-8012Connecticut Department of Housing505 Hudson StreetHartfordCT6106.0
Connecticut's Clean Water FundConnecticut Department of Energy and Environmental ProtectionThe Connecticut Clean Water Fund (CWF) is the state's environmental infrastructure assistance program. The fund consists of five accounts, of which the federal account is designated as a qualifying State Revolving Fund (SRF). The CWF provides a combination of grants and loans to municipalities which undertake water pollution control projects Funding under the CWF is established based upon a priority rating system with criteria regarding improvements to water quality and the protection of public health. Applications, forms, and checklists can be accessed on website. Applications are accepted all year around.http://www.ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?a=2719&q=325578&deepNav_GID=1654
George Hicks George.Hicks@ct.gov 860-424-3704 Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection 79 Elm Street Hartford, CT, 06106
George HicksGeorge.Hicks@ct.gov860-424-3704Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection79 Elm StreetHartfordCT06106
Connecticut Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)Connecticut Department of Public HealthThe State Revolving Fund (SRF) program's goal is to assist public water systems to finance the cost of the infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) requirements and protect public health.Funding is established based upon a priority rating system with criteria regarding improvements to water quality and the protection of public health. Applications, forms, and checklists can be accessed on website. Applications are accepted all year around.http://www.ct.gov/dph/cwp/view.asp?a=3139&q=387340
Cameron Walden Cameron.Walden@ct.gov 860-509-7333 Connecticut Department of Public Health 410 Capitol Avenue, MS #51 WAT PO Box 340308 Hartford, CT, 06134
Cameron WaldenCameron.Walden@ct.gov860-509-7333Connecticut Department of Public Health410 Capitol Avenue, MS #51 WAT PO Box 340308HartfordCT06134
Clean Water Loan for HomeownersCraft3With support from many partners, Craft3 offers an affordable Clean Water Loan to help families repair or replace their failing septic system with no money down. In some cases, homeowners can also finance connection to a nearby municipal sewer system. Currently available to residents of Oregon (all counties) and Washington (selected counties: Clallam, Grays Harbor, Island, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Mason, Pacific, Pierce, Snohomish, Thurston, Wahkiakum or Whatcom County).Submit your loan application online (https://septic.craft3.org/) Properties can be owner- or non-owner occupied. Rentals and second homes are eligible. One of the following must apply: (A) your septic system is at least 25 years old; (B) your system is failing and you have evidence to support it; (C) you have been contacted by Health Officials; or (D) you are under orders to fix your septic system.https://www.craft3.org/Borrow/clean-water-loansLoans are available for 100 percent of the septic project cost. Rates and terms are determined by applicants’ annual household income. Not all applicants will qualify.
Craft3 CleanWater@Craft3.org 888-231-2170 Craft3 42 7th Street; Suite 100 Astoria, OR, 97103
Craft3CleanWater@Craft3.org888-231-2170Craft342 7th Street; Suite 100AstoriaOR97103
Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation: Water GrantCynthia and George Mitchell FoundationThe Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation funds high‐impact projects in the state of Texas at the nexus of environmental protection, social equity, and economic vibrancy administered by 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. Current strategic grantmaking programs focus on: Clean Energy; Galveston; Land Conservation; Shale Sustainability; Sustainability Education; and Water. The Foundation believes that ensuring sufficient and clean water for both economic growth and the environment may be the most significant and urgent concern facing Texas in the next generation. A Letter of Inquiry (LOI) is submitted online. If the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation is interested in learning more about the project the applicant will be contacted to submit a grant application proposal. The proposed project must align with a specific foundation program, focus on the state of Texas, and clearly demonstrate how the project supports the relevant foundation grantmaking strategy. Application instructions are available at: http://cgmf.org/p/grantmaking.htmlhttp://cgmf.org/p/home.htmlGrantee amounts ranged from $2,000-$300,000 in 2016.
http://cgmf.org/p/contact.html
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David and Lucile Packard Foundation: Conservation and Science GrantDavid and Lucile Packard FoundationThe Packard Foundation's Conservation and Science Program invests in action and ideas that conserve and restore ecosystems while enhancing human well-being. Project descriptions are submitted online. If the Packard Foundation is interested in learning more about the project the applicant will be contacted to submit a grant application proposal. Application instructions are available at: https://www.packard.org/grants-and-investments/for-grantseekers/grant-inquiry/?program-area=Conservation%20and%20Sciencehttps://www.packard.org/grants-and-investments/for-grantseekers/The Foundation has invested $760 Million since its inception in 1964.
N/A 343 Second Street Los Altos, CA, 94022
N/A343 Second StreetLos AltosCA94022
David and Lucile Packard Foundation: Impact InvestingDavid and Lucile Packard FoundationWhile the Packard Foundation primarily provides grants, mission investing can help to drive social and environmental change by seizing time-sensitive and higher-risk opportunities, tackling large-scale projects, attracting new sources of capital, and scaling efforts for maximum impact. The Packard Foundation has dedicated up to $180 million of endowment for mission investments – including loans and equity investments – which serve as a flexible tool for non-profit and for-profit organizations to tackle the world’s most pressing problems, sometimes on a much larger scale than we are able to do with grants alone. https://www.packard.org/grants-and-investments/mission-investing/
N/A 343 Second Street Los Altos, CA, 94022
N/A343 Second StreetLos AltosCA94022
Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF)Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental ControlProvides planning, engineering and financial assistance in the form of low-interest loans, as well as grants to eligible applicants that request assistance to promote water quality projects, including all types of nonpoint source, watershed protection, restoration, and estuary management projects, as well as more traditional municipal wastewater treatment projects.Project Notice-Of-Intend (NOIs) are solicited twice per year, due by the end of January and August. Applications can be accessed on website.http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/fab/Pages/default.aspx
Terry Deputy terry.deputy@state.de.us 302-739-9941 Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control 5 East Reed Street Suite 200 Dover , DE, 19901
Terry Deputyterry.deputy@state.de.us302-739-9941Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control5 East Reed StreetSuite 200Dover DE19901
Wastewater Matching Planning GrantsDelaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental ControlThe Wastewater Planning Matching Grants are designed to assist municipal and county wastewater utilities to prepare wastewater projects for funding. The funding can be used to assist with wastewater planning in general, and for specific project planning. The grant can also be used to assist municipal and county wastewater utilities to continue the process of updating wastewater facility plans, prepare preliminary engineering reports, or conduct planning studies. Grant applications will be solicited four times per year, January; May; August; and November based on funding availability. Application guidelines and forms can be accessed on website.http://www.dnrec.delaware.gov/fab/Pages/Wastewater-Matching-Planning-Grants.aspx
Greg Pope Greg.Pope@State.de.us 302-739-9941 Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control 5 East Reed Street Suite 200 Dover, DE, 19901
Greg PopeGreg.Pope@State.de.us302-739-9941 Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control5 East Reed StreetSuite 200DoverDE19901
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)Delaware Health and Social Services Division of Public Health The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) provides infrastructure improvement loans and grants to eligible water systems. Set-aside funds from the grant support Safe Drinking Water Act goals through technical assistance, training, state program management, capacity development, public water system supervision, underground injection control and water source protection functions.DWSRF accepts pre-applications in August of each year with full applications due the following March.http://dhss.delaware.gov/dhss/dph/hsp/dwsrf.html
Heather Warren Heather.Warren@state.de.us 302-744-4739 Delaware Health and Social Services Division of Public Health Edgehill Shopping Center 43 South DuPont Highway Dover, DE, 19901
Heather WarrenHeather.Warren@state.de.us302-744-4739Delaware Health and Social Services Division of Public Health Edgehill Shopping Center 43 South DuPont HighwayDoverDE19901
Community Development Block Grants (CDBG) - Kent/Sussex CountyDelaware State Housing AuthorityThis program, operated in Kent and Sussex Counties only, provides funding for a variety of activities (rehabilitation, demolition and Housing Code enforcement) to maintain or improve existing housing, and for the provision of infrastructure in support of housing development for low- and moderate-income persons.Local and county governments in Kent and Sussex Counties are eligible to apply. Individuals interested in applying for funds should contact their local municipality directly.http://www.destatehousing.com/Landlords/dv_cdbg.php
Susan Eliason susane@destatehousing.com 302-739-4263 Delaware State Housing Authority 18 the Green Dover, DE, 19901.0
Susan Eliasonsusane@destatehousing.com302-739-4263Delaware State Housing Authority18 the GreenDoverDE19901.0
Community Development Block Grant Program (CDBG)Department of Housing and Community Development, The Executive Office of Housing and Economic DevelopmentDesigned to help small cities and towns meet a broad range of community development needs. Assistance is provided to qualifying cities and towns for housing, community, and economic development projects that assist low and moderate-income residents, or by revitalizing areas of slum or blight.The CDBG online application and grant management system can be accessed in the Online Business section. Application guidance packages are also available.http://www.mass.gov/hed/community/funding/community-development-block-grant-cdbg.html
Mark Southard mark.southard@state.ma.us (617) 573-1436 Department of Housing and Community Development 100 Cambridge Street Suite 300 Boston, MA, 2114.0
Mark Southardmark.southard@state.ma.us(617) 573-1436Department of Housing and Community Development100 Cambridge StreetSuite 300BostonMA2114.0
Funding Assistance for Territories under the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)The Drinking Water Infrastructure Grants Territorial Set-Aside Program provides grant funds to improve the infrastructure of drinking water systems located in four US territories: the Virgin Islands; American Samoa; Guam; and the Northern Mariana Islands. It is a component of the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. Community water systems, and non-profit, non-community water systems, are eligible to have projects funded.The funds are managed by EPA’s offices in Region 2 (for the Virgin Islands) and Region 9 (for American Samoa, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands). EPA may award a grant to either a territorial government or directly to a territorial public water system. If the grant is awarded to a territorial government, that government selects projects to fund.https://www.epa.gov/drinkingwatersrf/funding-assistance-territories-under-drinking-water-state-revolving-fund
Florida Small Cities Community Development Block (CDBG) Grant ProgramFlorida Department of Economic OpportunityThis is a program that provides funding for housing and community development, including water and sewer Improvement projects. The following communities are eligible to apply for funds: non-entitlement cities with fewer than 50,000 residents, counties with fewer than 200,000 residents; or cities that opt out of the urban entitlement program. To be eligible for funding, an activity must meet at least one of the following national objectives: Low-Moderate National Objective; Slum and Blight National Objective; Urgent Needs National Objective.Eligible units of local government can determine what their local community development needs are and then apply for funding in the related category.http://www.floridajobs.org/community-planning-and-development/assistance-for-governments-and-organizations/florida-small-cities-community-development-block-grant-program
Paula Lemmo paula.lemmo@deo.myflorida.com (850) 717-8470 Florida Department of Economic Opportunity 107 East Madison Street MSC 400 Tallahassee, FL, 32399.0
Paula Lemmopaula.lemmo@deo.myflorida.com(850) 717-8470Florida Department of Economic Opportunity107 East Madison StreetMSC 400TallahasseeFL32399.0
Clean Water State Revolving Fund Loan Program (CWSRF)Florida Department of Environmental ProtectionProvides low-interest loans for planning, designing, and constructing water pollution control facilities. Projects include the construction of new wastewater collection, treatment and disposal systems as well as rehabilitation and upgrades of existing systems. Storm water collection and treatment is also eligible.The first step in getting a SRF loan is to submit the appropriate Request for Inclusion (RFI) Form. For a planning loan, the RFI is all that is needed to be eligible to compete for funding. For a design loan, the sponsor must submit a RFI for design and the planning process must be complete. For a construction loan, all readiness to proceed requirements must be compete and the RFI for construction must be submitted 45 days prior to the quarterly priority list meeting. Application forms and guidelines can be accessed on website.http://www.dep.state.fl.us/water/wff/cwsrf/
Tim Banks Timothy.Banks@dep.state.fl.us 850-245-2969 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, MS #3505 Tallahassee, FL, 32399
Tim BanksTimothy.Banks@dep.state.fl.us850-245-29693900 Commonwealth Boulevard, MS #3505TallahasseeFL32399
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