Water Protection Program
Water Protection Financial Assistance Center
The Water Protection Financial Assistance Center provides funding to communities for water and wastewater infrastructure.
Drinking Water Application and Guidance Documents
Wastewater Application and Guidance Documents
State Revolving Fund
The State Revolving Funds provide low-interest loans to municipalities, counties, public water and public sewer districts and political subdivisions for wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects. The State Revolving Fund is a federally capitalized, low-interest loan program. Projects may be new construction or the improvement or renovation of existing facilities.
There are several programs offered through State Revolving Fund:
- The leveraged loan and interim direct loan program are offered to applicants having a larger population and good credit analysis.
- The Direct Loan Program is offered to small communities that do not qualify for a leveraged loan program. Direct loans may be offered to larger communities on a case-by-case basis.
- The Small Borrower Loan program is available only to communities or public sewer districts of less than 1,000 population or service area. Qualifying communities or public sewer districts may be considered for a direct loan for wastewater system improvements for up to $100,000 with a maximum 20-year repayment term.
- The nonpoint source loan program is offered to qualifying individual farmers with animal waste treatment needs through the Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority.
The Missouri Clean Water Commission amended the Fiscal Year 2014 Clean Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan Jan. 8, 2014
The Missouri Safe Drinking Water Commission amended the Fiscal Year 2014 Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan Dec. 10, 2013.
State Grant and Loan Programs
Pending sufficient state revenue sources, rural sewer grants, rural drinking water grants and 40 percent state construction grants may also be available.
An on-site loan program is currently under development. It would provide county or municipal governments with funding for addressing on-site wastewater treatment system concerns.