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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/stormwater infrastructure construction projects and other pollution control projects.
Applicants must submit loan applications, engineering report/planning documents, and any necessary environmental information documents. Please contact us at (405) 530-8800 for more information or visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
American Iron & Steel Provision
Per the FFY 2014 Appropriation Act, Buy American provisions apply with regard to iron and steel products. Read more about the AIS Requirement.
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.
Reports by Year
Call for Projects
Wastewater/Nonpoint Source Pollution Control
Program InformationCWSRF Project Priority List Request Form Project Priority List Green Project Reserve and Additional Subsidization CWSRF Eligibilities (EPA) CWSRF 2020 PISCES Recognition Program Compendium (EPA)
Contact UsJoe Freeman, Chief Lori Johnson, Assistant Chief FAD@owrb.ok.gov
Financial Assistance Division
ResourcesLoan Application Loan Application with Full Loan Forgiveness Loan Application for Refinance of Non-OWRB Loans Loan Application for Refinance of OWRB Loans Electronic Funds Transfer SFY2023 CWSRF IUP Public Meeting Presentation Compare OWRB Financing Programs CWSRF Fact Sheet Loan FAQ Rules (Chapter 50) Stormwater Funding Fact Sheet Wastewater Planning Guide
GuidanceDavis Bacon Act Guidance American Iron & Steel (AIS) Guidance Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program DBE FY2018 Goals for CWSRF DBE Directory of Certified Firms (ODOT) Green Project Reserve Guidance WRRDA Interpretive Guidance EPA Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA)
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