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Infill Infrastructure Grant Program – California Department of Housing and Community Development
Deadline: June 28, 2022 by 4:00 p.m.
Who is Eligible

A nonprofit or for-profit Developer of a Qualifying Infill Project; a city, county, city and county, public housing authority, or redevelopment agency and/or successor agencies that have jurisdiction over a Qualifying Infill Area applying jointly with an “owners’ association,”; the governing body of an Indian reservation or rancheria that has jurisdiction over a Qualifying Infill Area or a Tribally Designated Housing Entity that is the Developer of a Qualifying Infill Project.

What it Funds

Construction of new infill development and rehabilitation of infrastructure that supports higher-density affordable and mixed-income housing including but not limited to active transportation, parks and open space, stormwater, street repair, transit, and water-related improvements.

When to Apply

The most recent application window closed in July 2021. Applications are currently being accepted, with a deadline of June 28, 2022, by 4:00 p.m.

Available Funds

$200 million are available for Round 8 (2022).

For Qualifying Infill Projects, the minimum grant award is $1 million ($500,000 for rural areas) with a maximum of $7.5 million. For Qualifying Infill Areas with over 200 units, the minimum grant award is $2 million ($1 million for rural areas) with a maximum of $30 million.

Award Size


Small, Medium, and Large

Level of Effort to Apply


High

Competitiveness

35 out of 99 proposals funded in Round 7 (FY 2020/2021).

Clean Water State Revolving Fund – California State Water Resources Control Board
Deadline: Ongoing
Who is Eligible

Cities, towns, districts, or other public bodies, nonprofits, federally recognized tribes or state tribes (must have jurisdiction over disposal of sewage, industrial wastes, or other waste).

What it Funds

Construction of publicly-owned treatment facilities such as wastewater treatment, local sewers, sewer interceptors, water reclamation and distribution, stormwater treatment, combined sewers, or landfill leachate treatment. Implementation of nonpoint source pollution in agriculture, forestry, urban areas, marinas, hydromodfication, and wetlands.

When to Apply

Applications are accepted on a continuous basis and added quarterly to the Competitive List.

Available Funds

An average of $586 million is available on an annual basis. The program has significant financial assets and is capable of financing projects through grants and loans ranging from less than $1 million to more than $100 million.

Award Size


Small, Medium, and Large

Level of Effort to Apply


Medium to High

Competitiveness

36 out of 109 proposals funded (2018).

Water and Waste Disposal Loan & Grant Program – U.S. Department of Agriculture
Deadline: Ongoing
Who is Eligible

Most state and local governmental entities, nonprofits, and federally recognized Native American tribes all in rural areas and towns with populations of 10,000 or less.

What it Funds

Acquisition, construction, or improvement of drinking water sourcing, treatment, storage, and distribution, sewer, solid waste, and storm water collection, transmission, treatment, disposal, and other activities.

When to Apply

Applications are accepted on a continuous basis.

Available Funds

Approximately $33 million in loan funding and $10 million in grant funding was available to California applicants in 2019. Award amounts are determined on tier eligibility based on the median household income of the area to be served.

Award Size


Small to Medium

Level of Effort to Apply


Medium to High

Competitiveness

Although competitive information is unavailable for this program, the majority of projects that fulfill program requirements receive funding.

Water Recycling Funding Program Construction Funding – State Water Resources Control Board
Deadline: Ongoing
Who is Eligible

Local public agencies, nonprofits, public utilities, federally recognized and California State Native American tribes, and mutual water companies.

What it Funds

Construction cost of recycled water treatment, storage, pump stations, and distribution pipeline systems with the capacity of a project used within 10 years of completion of construction.

When to Apply

Applications are accepted on a continuous basis.

Available Funds

Grant awards cover 35% of eligible costs, up to $20 million per project.

Award Size


Small, Medium, and Large

Level of Effort to Apply


High

Competitiveness

36 projects funded (2020).

Water Recycling Funding Program Planning Grant – State Water Resources Control Board
Deadline: Ongoing
Who is Eligible

Local public agencies.

What it Funds

Planning studies to determine the feasibility of using recycled water to offset the use of fresh/potable water from state and/or local supplies.

When to Apply

Applications are accepted on a continuous basis.

Available Funds

Grant awards cover 50% of eligible costs, up to $75,000 per project.

Award Size


Small

Level of Effort to Apply


High

Competitiveness
To be determined

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