Drinking Water State Revolving Fund
Michigan's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) program is designed to assist water suppliers in satisfying the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act by offering low-interest loans (for 20, 30, or 40-year loans) to eligible water suppliers.
Intent-to-Apply (ITA) form for the DWSRF loan program.
A community interested in applying for a loan must fill this form out and submit it to EGLE-WIFS@michigan.gov. Submittal of this form will allow the applicant to receive an indication of the funding/financing outlook as well as the next steps in the process. To help better serve our customers and improve our programs please do not begin work on a project plan prior to submitting the ITA form. Following submittal of the ITA, a Water Infrastructure Financing Section (WIFS) project manager will follow-up with the community to set up a discussion.
20-year loans - 1.875%
30-year loans - 2.125%
40-year loans (Disadvantaged only) - 1.875%
FY20 DWSRF Loans to Date Project Number Loan Recipient Location Loan Amount Loan Date 7463-01 City of South Haven Van Buren County $1,210,000 12/11/2019 7425-01 City of Fraser Macomb County $4,430,000 3/27/2020 7436-01 City of St. Joseph Berrien County $1,395,000 3/27/2020 7457-01 City of Owosso Shiawassee County $3,220,000 3/27/2020 7472-01 City of Ann Arbor Washtenaw County $3,400,000 3/27/2020 7452-01 Livonia Wayne County $9,160,000 6/12/2020 7462-01 City of Howell Livingston County $1,530,000 6/12/2020
- American Iron and Steel
- Davis-Bacon Act Compliance During Revolving Fund Loan Project Construction Questions & Answers
- CWSRF & DWSRF Green Project Reserve Guidance
- Construction Contract Boilerplate for FY 2010 & Beyond
- Bidding Requirements for DWRF, SRF & SWQIF
- Project Planning Requirements for New Water Wells