California Resources – Statewide

Funding Sources

California Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program

The CWSRF Program offers low-interest loans to eligible projects.  $200-$300 million is disbursed annually to eligible projects.  Eligible projects include, but are not limited to: construction of publicly-owned stormwater and wastewater facilities; implementation of nonpoint source programs; and development and implementation of estuary management programs.

Eligible Applicants:

  • Any city, town, district, or other public body created under state law
  • A Native American tribal government or an authorized Native American tribal organization having jurisdiction over disposal of sewage, industrial wastes or other waste
  • Any designated and approved management agency under Section 208 of the Clean Water Act

Applications are accepted on a continuous basis

Listing of LID Projects Funded by the SWRCB

Proposition 84 Storm Water Grant Program

Provides matching grants to local public agencies for the reduction and prevention of storm water contamination of rivers, lakes, and streams.

Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 319(h) Non-Point Source (NPS) Grant Program

Annually, the California NPS Program allocates approximately $4.5 million of CWA Section 319(h) (CWA 319[h]) funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) to support implementation and planning projects that address water quality problems in surface and ground water resulting from NPS pollution. The goal of these projects is to ultimately lead to restoring the impacted beneficial uses in these water bodies. Projects are required to be located in a watershed that has an adopted/nearly adopted Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for the constituent of concern and has been identified in the NPS Program Preferences.  Projects focused on working toward achieving the goals of the TMDL to restore beneficial uses will be the most competitive in the selection process.

EPA West Coast Estuaries Initiative for the California Coast

Funds projects that conserve, restore and protect the water quality, habitat and environment of California coastal waters, estuaries, bays and near shore waters through comprehensive approaches to water quality management.

NOAA Habitat Conservation Southwest Region Funding Opportunities

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