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CWSRF Contacts

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DWIGHT BROWN
SRF Program Services Coordinator

518-402-6924

 

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  Clean Water State Revolving Fund

  Municipalities
Municipal applicants may apply for financing for any CWSRF-eligible project. A municipality means any county, city, town, village, district corporation, county or town improvement district, Indian reservation wholly within New York State, any public benefit corporation or public authority established pursuant to the laws of New York, or any agency of New York State which is empowered to construct and operate a project, or any two or more of the foregoing which are acting jointly in connection with a project.

More information about the Clean Water SRF, including information on the application process, eligibility requirements, and the latest Intended Use Plan and Amendments, can be found by visiting the dropdown menu.

Application Package for Municipalities:

Forms and Guidance

  Other Projects

Please call us directly if you are seeking more information about the following projects518-402-6924

Municipal Land Acquisition Projects

Any municipality which is authorized to acquire land for water quality protection purposes under Article 49 of the NYS Environmental Conservation Law may apply for CWSRF financing for land acquisition to protect water quality.

 

 Not-for-Profit Land Acquisition Projects

Any qualified not-for-profit organization which is authorized to acquire land for water quality protection purposes under Article 49 of the NYS Environmental Conservation Law may apply for CWSRF financing for land acquisition to protect water quality.

 

Non-Municipal Nonpoint Source Projects

Non-municipal entities may apply for financing CWSRF-eligible nonpoint source projects in Category E of the IUP for projects including, but not limited to:  brownfield remediation, landfill leachate collection, storage and treatment, landfill gas collection, landfill capping, stormwater management, water body restoration, and failing decentralized septic systems.


Water Resources Reform and Development Act of 2014


The Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA) of 2014 was signed into law by President Obama on June 10, 2014. 


Although the Act addresses many issues unrelated to the CWSRF program, it does amend the Federal Water Pollution Control Act which is the founding statute for the CWSRF.  Subsequently, on September 18, 2014, the U S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued guidance that interprets WRRDA as it affects the CWSRF. 

The EPA guidance can be viewed HERE.