Drinking Water

The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program (DWSRF) is founded upon the singular focus of assisting state drinking water programs and drinking water systems in meeting their responsibility to protect public health. The program provides loans for infrastructure construction to publicly and privately owned drinking water systems in Nevada.

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Legal Authority for the program:

42 U.S.C. §300f et seq. as amended
40 C.F.R. Part L §35.3500-35.3585
NRS 445A.200-445A.295
NAC 445A.6751-445A.67644

Program Documents:

Annual Report (SFY 2018)
Capacity Development Report (SFY2018)
Financial Report (SFY 2018)
Governors Capacity Development Report (SFY 2017)
Intended Use Plan (SFY 2018)
Draft Project Priority List (SFY 2020)

 


 

Financing is available at below market rates. Some communities may qualify for principal forgiveness loans.

What systems and projects qualify for funding?

Steps to apply for DWSRF funding

Forms and Applications:

Priority List Pre-application
Nevada Water & Wastewater Project Proposal
Letter of Intent
Environmental Information Form
Loan Application
Loan Refinancing Application

 


 

Program Guidelines and Policies:

Closing Grants
Draw Requests Accrual Accounting
Grants Management
Internal Controls, Accounting, and Budgeting

Project Guidelines and Policies:

Fiscal Sustainability Plans
Capital Reserve Accounts (not finalized)
Refinancing Loans

Project Resources:

American Iron and Steel
Davis-Bacon Wage Requirements
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise
Federal crosscutters
Guide for Preparing the Environmental Report
Preliminary Engineering Report Development Guidance
Project Signage

 


 

DWSRF Loans through December 31, 2018

Spreadsheet of DWSRF Loans through December 2018

 


General

Request for Statement of Qualifications - General Guidance
Selecting an Engineer
NDEP Guidance for Preliminary Engineering Reports - RUS Bulletin 1780-2
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Utilities Service Bulletin 1780-2 - Preliminary Engineering Report (Interagency PER)
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Utilities Service Bulletin 1794A-602 - Guide for Preparing the Environmental Report for Water and Wastewater Projects

 


 

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