Applications are not being accepted at this time.
Applications will be accepted from Feb. 1–March 1, 2022. Grant funding guidelines for the 2023–2025 Biennium are linked below.
For help choosing between area-wide groundwater investigation grants and safe drinking water grants, we have a focus sheet describing the differences.
- Developing and replacing water supply sources, including pumping and storage facilities, source meters, and related equipment
- Lines between major system components, including inter-ties with other water systems
- Treatment equipment / facilities
- Distribution lines from major system components to customers or service connections
- Bottled water until a safe, permanent source is in place
- Fire hydrants
- Service meters
- Project inspection, engineering, and administration
- Individual service connections, including fees, if property owners provide a majority of the cost
- Closing drinking water wells that are an environmental safety or health hazard under state law
- Interim financing until local government issues revenue bonds
- Costs the health department deems necessary to operate a system that complies with federal and state standards, or that are required in the coordinated water system plan standards
- Costs we identify to protect a public water system from contamination or locate contamination sources