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December 2022

$5 million in funding is available for the 2023/24 grant cycle. WaterWorks applications will be available January 4, 2023, and applications are due March 8, 2023; see the full schedule here.

We will have two (2) online Information Sessions in January 2023 -- details coming soon. All prospective applicants are welcome to sign up for a short 1-on-1 consultation with staff on their projects via phone; first-time applicants are particularly encouraged to sign up. Email to sign up for a consultation.

To get updates on information sessions and more, sign up for email alerts under “Stay connected” on this page.

Who can apply for WaterWorks Grants?

See Eligible Applicants. If your organization currently has a WaterWorks grant, through the competitive or council-allocated track, you are still eligible to apply. 

What types of projects are eligible?

Visit eligible activities to see what types of activities and projects can be funded.

All projects are required to meet these criteria:

  1. Create a benefit to or improvement in water quality within WTD’s service area that also benefits its ratepayers
  2. Demonstrate that water quality benefits are related to WTD’s regional water quality responsibilities

Additional criteria include implementation strength and certainty of success, community involvement and support, and equity and social justice benefits; see evaluation criteria for details.

Where can projects be located?

Find out if your project area is eligible for a WaterWorks grant using our eligible project locations map.

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Elizabeth Loudon

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