The Community Assistance Program (CAP) unit helps communities throughout the state navigate the various requirements needed to plan and design water quality infrastructure projects. The goal of CAP is to provide direct, one-on-one technical assistance to ensure that projects are able to move forward effectively at no additional cost to the community.
The program helps community leaders understand application requirements and the types of financial assistance available. CAP staff also facilitates coordination and maintains communication with other potential co-funding agencies, community leaders, retained professionals, regulatory agencies, and the general public. They are able to assist with the various regulatory and permitting efforts necessary for projects and environmental reviews, as well as serve as a point of contact to answer any questions the community may have during project development. Our staff is conveniently located in offices throughout the state, ready to provide communities with technical and programmatic assistance.
CAP staff are familiar with most aspects of infrastructure projects and can point your project team in the right direction to quickly resolve project issues in order to get the project completed so it is serving its intended purpose for the community.
For more information regarding Community Assistance, or to contact your regional representative, click here.