Clean Water State
Revolving Fund Program
Small Community Wastewater Contruction Grants
This grant program assists small
communities and wastewater authorities in planning, designing, and
constructing wastewater management facilities. An eligible small
community must be a municipality, county, or authority with a total
population of 10,000 or less, and have a per capita income (PCI) less
than the State of Florida average PCI of $26,503. Projects shall
compete separately for planning, design, and construction grants.
The highest priority is given to projects that address a public health
risk and projects that are included in a Basin Management Action Plan. The grant percentage is determined by the sponsorís affordability
index and is 70, 80 or 90 percent of the loan amount up to 25 percent
of the funds available during the fiscal year.
must receive a Clean Water State Revolving Fund loan to receive these
Small Community Wastewater Contruction Grants Rule
More information on the Small Community
Wastewater Construction Grants program can be found in the rules of
62-505, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.).
These rules were recently revised in October 2016. For information on
these rule changes as well as general grants program guidance,
download the fact sheet below.
How to Apply
Anyone interested in applying for a
grant should complete and submit a Clean Water State Revolving Fund
(CWSRF) Request for Inclusion Form (Word
You can also request a copy
of the form by contacting staff in the CWSRF Program.
Fundable Projects Lists