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Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund 

Last Update: April 14, 2014 

Announcements 

Universal Pre-Application for Funding - The new Universal Pre-Application for Funding is now continuously open for submission.Go to Universal Pre-Application for Funding for Public Water Systems

Pre-Planning and Legal Entity Formation Assistance Program CDPH has posted the results of the initial 2013 Pre-Planning Application review and ranking.  Follow this link for the list:  Pre-Planning and Legal Entity Formation Assistance Program 

SDWSRF Invitations and Applications - Invitations to apply for SDWSRF funding have been sent on November 22, 2013, to all SRF projects ranked in categories A to H on the SDWSRF Project Priority List. The Invitation list does not include projects that already had complete applications that are being processed by the SDWSRF program or projects that are being considered for funding by other CDPH funding programs. Planning Applications are due by March 24, 2014 and Construction Applications are due by June 23, 2014. More nformation and the application package are at SDWSRF Application Information – Fall 2013-2014

SDWSRF Consolidation Incentive - To promote consolidation as a cost-effective solution to water systems that don't meet safe drinking water standards, CDPH is providing an incentive to encourage larger systems to consolidate nearby noncompliant systems. The restructured larger system will receive the opportunity for SDWSRF funding for a low ranking, otherwise non-fundable project. For more details, click here.

Other Announcements

Reorganization Proposal - The Administration has proposed a July 1, 2014 transfer of the Drinking Water Program from CDPH to the State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB). Find out more at http://www.swrcb.ca.gov/drinkingwater/index.shtml.

Please go to our funding opportunities for public water systems webpage for important funding-related announcements, claims forms, and pre-application information.

The Division of Drinking Water and Environmental Management (DDWEM) has created LISTSERVs to let subscribers know when its webpages have been updated. Information about subscribing is available from DDWEM.

SDWSRF Project Priority List (PPL)

The latest SDWSRF PPL information can be found here.

SDWSRF 2013 Intended Use Plan

Final SFY2013-2014 IUP (FFY2013DWSRF) (PDF)Opens in new window.

Appendix A - SDWSRF Regulations (PDF)Opens in new window.

Appendix B1 - USEPA Notice of Non-Compliance (PDF)Opens in new window.

Appendix B2 - CDPH's Response/Corrective Action Plan (PDF)Opens in new window.

Appendix C1 - Final 2013-2014 Fundable List (PDF) Opens in new window.

Appendix C2 - 2013-2014 Comprehensive List (PDF) Opens in new window.

Appendix D - 2013-2014 Project Priority List (PDF) Opens in new window.

Appendix E - Priority System (PDF) Opens in new window.

Appendix F -  Summary of Public Comments and CDPH Responses (PDF) Opens in new window.

Other documents and links to application materials are at the bottom of this page.

CDPH Plan for SDWSRF 

Deliverables

US EPA Approval of CDPH SDWSRF Plan (July 23, 2013) (PDF)Opens in new window. - see CDPH July 24 Press Release

Revised CDPH SDWSRF Plan (Submitted to US EPA July 12, 2013) (PDF)Opens in new window.

CDPH SDWSRF Plan (Submitted to US EPA June 24, 2013) (PDF)Opens in new window. - see CDPH June 24 Press Release

Important Notice on Labor Compliance Requirements

Effective January 1, 2012, there are important and substantial labor compliance and monitoring requirements applicable to Proposition 50 (Prop 50) and Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) funded projects. If you have not awarded the construction contract for your Prop 50 or SRF funded project, prior to January 1, 2012, the new requirements apply to your project; and you must contact Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) in advance of awarding a contract for the project construction. DIR has further information on how to comply with the new labor compliance and monitoring requirements. For more information and any questions you have regarding labor compliance and monitoring, please contact DIR at CMU@dir.ca.gov or go to DIR's Labor Compliance Programs' website at http://www.dir.ca.gov/lcp.asp. If your project is Proposition 84 funded, the above notice does not apply to your project.

For More Information

To find out more about CDPH's drinking water-related funding opportunities under SDWSRF, click on one of the links below or contact us by email at dwpfunds@cdph.ca.gov.

The SRF Frequently Asked Questions can be found here.

Pre-Planning and Legal Entity Formation Assistance Program
 
 
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