Revolving Fund Loan Program (CWSRF)
Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) program provides low-interest
loans for planning, designing, and constructing water pollution control
facilities. The Department receives requests for funding each year for
wastewater and stormwater projects. The information is used to establish
project priorities for the following annual cycle.
Funds are made available for
The Loan Terms include a 20-year
amortization and low-interest rates. Preconstruction loans are available to
all communities and provide up-front disbursements for administrative
services, project planning and project design. Financing rates
vary based on the median household income, the poverty index, and the
unemployment index, but average just over 50 percent of the market rate.
Looking for forms or a copy of the rule?
The Water Pollution Control Manual
provides general information about the CWSRF Loan
Program and the Small Community Wastewater Facilities Grants program. It
includes example documents, rules, forms, checklists, and standard form
CWSRF Assistance by Category As of 4/8/2013
|EPA Needs Category
For a larger detailed view, please click on
|Sewer System Rehabilitation
|New Collector Sewers
|Ground Water Protection
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Need further assistance or information regarding the program?
Please feel free to call Tim Banks or his staff at 850/245-8358,
e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org
or write him at:
Revolving Fund Loan
2600 Blair Stone Road, MS 3505
Tallahassee, FL 32399-2400
Davis Bacon Guidance
Requirements for the Green Project Reserve and Additional Subsidization
FY 2013 CWSRF Intended Use Plan
FY 2012 CWSRF
Intended Use Plan (Revised 2/12)
CWSRF Priority Lists
Grant Process Flow Chart
Publications & Forms
Readiness to Proceed
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I tell DEP I am interested in obtaining funds?... First step,
fill out this Request
for Inclusion Form.
Match your project to other funding sources!
Project assistance Request Forms are available. They will be reviewed by all groups, agencies
and programs that provide financing to Florida utilities. For more
information on available funding, see the
Florida Rural Water Association's brochure.