Local Water Supply & Quality: Central Valley
Integrated Regional Water Management Implementation Grant Program (Proposition 1) – California Deptartment of Water Resources
Public agencies, nonprofits, public utilities, federally recognized and California State Native American tribes, and mutual water companies. Applicants must work with their local regional water agencies throughout the application process.
Water reuse and recycling for non-potable reuse, water-use efficiency/conservation, underground water storage including groundwater recharge, watershed protection, stormwater resource management, water desalination, improvement of water quality and more.
Due dates for final applications for each funding cycle vary regionally. Applications for Round 1 for the Tulare and Kern IRWM regions were due September 6, 2019.
$222 million (Round 1). Tulare/Kern region has $23,048,112 available with grants ranging from $80,000-$1.2 million.
Small to Medium
Medium to High
30 out of 30 proposals were funded (2020)
Nonpoint Source Pollution (NPS) Control Program – Department of Water Resources
Public agencies, nonprofits, federally recognized Native American Tribes, state agencies, public colleges, federal agencies.
Develop and/or implement management measures for nonpoint source pollutants for bodies of water in the Central Valley region, which include Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta, San Joaquin River, Clear Lake, Sacramento River, and Cache Creek (refer to Section E of the program guidelines on pages 31-32).
The most recent application period closed in December 2019. The next funding round has not yet been announced.
$5 million. Individual grants range from $250,000 – $800,000.
2 proposals were awarded in the Central Valley region in 2019.