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Project lists and intended use plans

Program implementation details are outlined in the governing administrative codes and statutes: §§ 281.58 and 281.59 and 281.61, Wis. Stat., and chs. NR 162 and 166, Wis. Adm. Code.

Find project priority lists (PPLs), intended use plans (IUPs), and funding lists by state fiscal year (SFY) for the Environmental Improvement Fund (EIF) Clean Water Fund Program (CWFP) and Safe Drinking Water Loan Program (SDWLP).

SFY 2021 CWFP

SFY 2021 SDWLP

SFY 2020 CWFP

SFY 2020 SDWLP

SFY 2019 CWFP

SFY 2019 SDWLP

SFY 2018 CWFP

SFY 2018 SDWLP

SFYs 2017 & 2018 SDWLP Private LSL Replacement Funding Program

Please note that new funding is no longer available through the SDWLP Private Lead Service Line Replacement Funding Program. If you live in one of the municipalities that received funding, you can contact your local water utility to see if there is still funding available. The SDWLP is not able to award funds directly to individual homeowners.

SFY 2017 CWFP

SFY 2017 SDWLP

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Project priority list

The project priority list (PPL) identifies, by state fiscal year, all projects with a valid Intent to Apply (ITA) & Priority Evaluation and Ranking Formula (PERF) submittal that are eligible to submit a financial assistance application.

Funding list

The funding list identifies, by state fiscal year, all projects with a complete financial assistance application submittal and each project's total requested costs. The following contain descriptions that explain the columns on the funding list:

Intended use plan

The intended use plan (IUP) identifies, by state fiscal year, the use of federal capitalization grant monies and how the DNR program supports the goals of the federal Act, and describes how the DNR program will operate during the corresponding state fiscal year. DNR submits the IUP to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as part of the federal capitalization grant application.

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For information on this topic, contact:
Lisa Bushby or Matt Marcum

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Disclaimer of guidance: This document is intended solely as guidance and does not contain any mandatory requirements except where requirements found in statute or administrative rule are referenced. Any regulatory decisions made by the Department of Natural Resources in any matter addressed by this guidance will be made by applying the governing statutes and administrative rules to the relevant facts.

Last revised: Wednesday March 18 2020