WQ eligibility survey and intended use plans

 
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State Revolving Fund annual eligibility survey
The annual eligibility survey process is conducted online through the Colorado Environmental Online Services (CEOS) system. Colorado’s State Revolving Fund drinking water and wastewater programs provide affordable financial assistance for water and sewer infrastructure design and construction projects throughout the State of Colorado. Eligibility to secure this funding begins with the annual eligibility survey.
  • Timeframe: June 1, 2019 through July 15, 2019.
  • Purpose: to identify the 20-year capital improvement needs of all publicly owned water and sewer systems, private nonprofit water systems, publicly owned stormwater systems, and non-point source projects throughout Colorado.
  • The survey is not an application, and completing it does not require that you apply for financial assistance.
  • Application for State Revolving Fund grants and loans begins at this necessary first step.
  • When complete, your system’s needs will be identified and included in Appendix A of the below DWRF or WPCRF Intended Use Plans.
Submittal Confirmation Report
To determine if your survey(s) have been received, please review the submittal confimation report.
 
Required Steps
Below you will find links to instructions for CEOS account setup, survey completion and submittal instructions. You can also access the annual intended use plans (with project eligibility lists) and DWRF and WPCRF rules and regulations.
Before you begin, please note: the following links will allow you to either Preview a PDF document in your browser window, or you can download the PDF document to your device using the down arrow in the upper-right hand corner. 
View 2019 Intended Use Plans

Drinking Water Revolving Fund IUP (preview)

Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund IUP (preview)

Regulations and fund rules