The department helps improve water quality and works with individuals, businesses and municipalities to ensure they have the tools and knowledge to develop sustainable practices that protect Missouri’s water resources. We provide financial assistance to help communities plan, finance and build water and wastewater infrastructure projects that improve the lives of Missourians; provide financial assistance to projects to ensure adequate, long-term, reliable public water supply, treatment and transmission facilities; and award grants to assist regional public comprehensive planning organizations and interstate organizations to carry out water quality management planning.
 

American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funding Toolkits
Water, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure toolkit using ARPA funding
Financial Assistance Center
Helping communities plan, finance and build water and wastewater infrastructure projects
Well Plugging Grants
Assistance for public water systems to identify and plug abandoned drinking water wells
Multipurpose Water Resource Program Fund
Funding to assist political subdivisions and wholesale water supply districts
Section 604(b) Water Quality Management Planning Grant
Funding to assist organizations in carrying out water quality management planning
Soil and Water Conservation Cost-Share Practices
Cost-share program to help landowners install soil and water conservation practices

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