Forms Due March 3 for State Water Revolving Funds in Texas
Entities have until March 3 to submit their Project Information Form to the Texas Water Development Board (TWDB) to be considered for water, wastewater, and stormwater project funding in the SFY2021 State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plans.
The State Revolving Funds (SRF) in Texas have a two-step process to apply for project funding: Step 1 is to submit a Project Information Form (PIF) through the online application or by completing and submitting the Microsoft Word application by March 3. Step 2 is to submit the full financial assistance application after receiving an invitation from the TWDB. Access the PIF forms via online application here or Word Document here.
The two SRF programs are:
- Clean Water SRF – for wastewater and stormwater projects
- Drinking Water SRF – for potable water projects
The Clean and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds financial assistance programs help communities save money by providing cost-effective funding for wastewater and water infrastructure projects.
Entities that use these programs achieve substantial savings by receiving below-market interest rates and, in some instances, principal forgiveness.
For more information regarding other water funding opportunities, contact me at email@example.com or your Freese and Nichols project manager.