STATE REVOLVING FUND
Financial Assistance Funding - Grants and Loans - CWSRF
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.
- What's New
- EPA Webinar: CWSRF Amendments on August 21, 2014 - Must Pre-register
- EPA Webinar: American Iron and Steel (AIS) Requirement for the SRF on April 30, 2014
- Notice of Funding Availability for Interim Emergency Drinking Water
- Updated! Schedule for the California Financing Coordinating Committee (CFCC) Funding Fairs
- Updated! Check your CWSRF Application Status
- New Requirement for CWSRF Projects: American Iron and Steel (AIS) Requirement
- $800 Million Available at 1 Percent for Water Recycling Projects
- Now Available: Extended Term Financing for All Eligible CWSRF Projects
- CWSRF FFY 2013/2014 Intended Use Plan adopted by the State Water Board on October 22, 2013
- CWSRF Annual Report State Fiscal Year 2012/2013
CWSRF's comprehensive Annual Report for the CWSRF program from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013
- Fiscal Year 2012-2013 Wastewater User Charge Survey Report
- The Latest From California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund
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- General Info.
- How Do I Apply?
- Results & Success
- Economic Recovery Information
- Recent Activity
- CWSRF Disbursement Activity
- CWSRF Financing Activity
- The CWSRF Program Financing Agreements Executed Reports -
lists CWSRF financing agreements executed during this fiscal year
- For information about projects financed in past years, please see our Annual Reports
- CWSRF Policies
- Intended Use Plans
- CWSRF Annual Reports and Audits
- Other Plans & Reports
- California Clean Watersheds Needs Survey 2008
- For more information please visit EPA's Website
- Opportunities to Advance Sustainability in California's Clean Water State Revolving Fund
- U.S. EPA Issues Clean Water State Revolving Fund Green Project Reserve Highlights Report
- Other Funding Sources
- California Department of Public Health - Drinking Water State Revolving Fund
- California Financing Coordinating Committee - Access to Infrastructure Financing
- Division of Financial Assistance
- Sustainable Infrastructure/Infrastructure Needs
- U.S. EPA Sustainable Infrastructure for Water & Wastewater
- Effective Utility Management Resource Toolbox
- Clean Watersheds Needs Survey
- U.S. EPA Guide to Help Wastewater and Water Utilities Improve Energy Management
- U.S. EPA Planning for Sustainability Handbook for Water and Wastewater Utilities
- Climate Change Adaptation
- EPA Webinar Series - Climate Chage Adaptation for State and Local Governments
- Free Webinars Available to Download Regarding Recent Climate Change Adaptation
North Carolina State University and United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA)
just completed a 12-webinar symposium designed to help local governments,
including water and wastewater utilities, adapt to climate change.
- Adaptation Tool Available From ES EPA's Climate Ready Water Utilities Program
Climate Resilience Evaluation And Awareness Tool (CREAT)
- Additional Links
Abundant clean water for human uses and environmental protection to sustain California's future.
To preserve, enhance, and restore the quality of California's water resources, and ensure their proper allocation and efficient use for the benefit of present and future generations.