WQ eligibility survey and Intended Use plans
The 2016 survey process is now closed.
The survey process runs annually from April through June for purposes of identifying the 20-year capital improvement needs of all publicly owned water, sewer and stormwater systems throughout the State of Colorado as well as non-point source projects. All municipalities, counties, water and sanitation districts, not-for-profit water systems and other special districts are encouraged to participate. Completion of a survey is only the first step towards obtaining funding. It is not an application for funding and it does not obligate an entity to apply for financial assistance; however identifying capital improvement projects is a required prerequisite of securing funding offered through the SRF programs. SRF loans and grants cannot be extended to applicants who have not responded to this important survey.
Information provided through the eligibility survey process was compiled into project eligibility lists and included with the 2016 Intended Use Plans, which were submitted to the Water Quality Control Commission (WQCC) on September 9, 2015 for review.
For more information: Water Quality Control Commission
2016 Intended Use plans
Regulations and fund rules
- Drinking Water Revolving Fund rules: Regulation 52.
- Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund rules: Regulation 51.