Clean Water State Revolving Fund Loan Program
The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) is a low-interest loan program to assist communities with municipal wastewater infrastructure construction projects and other pollution control projects.
OWRB Financial Assistance is in the process of identifying eligible wastewater, stormwater, and other pollution control activities and to prioritize its 2016 Priority List for new loans. Special consideration this year will be provided to those projects “ready to proceed” to construction with additional consideration for projects having elements aligned with goals set forth by the Water For 2060 initiative of water reuse, conservation, or efficiency.
Eligible Entities for CWSRF funding
Eligible Projects for CWSRF funding
Applicants must submit preliminary and final loan applications, engineering report/planning documents, and environmental information documents (where necessary).
Per the FFY2014 Appropriation Act, Buy American provisions apply with regard to iron and steel products.
Projects are ranked and listed on a funding Project Priority List (PPL). Projects ready to proceed with construction/loan closing, fulfill the goals of the Water For 2060 initiative of conservation and reuse, restore and protect waterbodies not meeting beneficial uses, and other such factors, receive additional points.
New! Project Priority List SFY 2015 (Amendment II) Additional Subsidization Green Project Reserve 2015 Intended Use Plan Annual Report SFY 2014 2014 AR Appendices
ResourcesCompare OWRB Financing Programs Financing Summary Information Loan FAQ Interactive Project Map Viewer Rules (Chapter 50) Fact Sheet WRRDA Interpretive Guidance EPA
Davis Bacon Act Guidance American Iron & Steel (AI&S) Guidance Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program (DBE) DBE FY2015 Goals for CWSRF DBE Directory of Certified Firms (ODOT) Green Project Reserve Guidance
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