Applications are not being accepted at this time.
Grant funding guidelines for the 2023–2025 Biennium are linked below.
Funding is available for the following entities:
Local governments. For more details, see WAC 173-322A-350(2).
For help choosing between area-wide groundwater investigation grants and safe drinking water grants, read the 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 to locate contamination sources