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For questions about water and wastewater funding sources, contact:
Bureau of CFA
Phone: 608-266-7555
Fax: 608-267-0496
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Community Financial Assistance - CF/2
Dept of Natural Resources
101 S Webster St
PO Box 7921
Madison WI  53707-7921

Water and wastewater funding sources

If you are in the early planning stages of your water/wastewater project, we encourage you to complete a Preliminary Inquiry for Project Financing [PDF] form and send it to: Wisconsin Rural Water Association, 350 Water Way, Plover, WI 54467. WRWA staff will contact you to discuss planning for your specific project.

Funding programs for municipalities

The resources & programs are listed in alphabetical order.

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Funding programs for individuals

The resources & programs are listed in alphabetical order.

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Technical assistance

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Drinking water & wastewater funding sources publication

Changes to funding levels, interest rates, and/or requirements may occur. Contact individual programs to obtain current information. Printed in February of 2013, the publication Drinking Water and Wastewater Funding Sources: Summaries for Local governments & Individuals, 2013 – 2014 [PDF] provides information regarding financial and technical assistance for drinking water and wastewater projects. The Wisconsin Drinking Water & Wastewater Funding Sources Committee put together this publication (a.k.a. red funding book). Program information provided in this publication is accurate, to the best of our knowledge, as of March 1, 2013.

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Last revised: Monday October 24 2016