- Michigan's Drinking Water Revolving Fund (DWRF) program is designed to assist water suppliers in satisfying the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act by offering low- interest loans of 2.5% to eligible water suppliers. The Michigan DWRF program (Part 54 of PA 451, 1994) was established in June 1997. As of October 1, 2014, the DWRF program has provided low-interest loans for 265 projects, totaling $808 million.
It is anticipated that new funding will be made available to subsidize Green Projects in fiscal year (FY) 2016. If you have projects with components that address green infrastructure, water or energy efficiency improvements, or other environmentally innovative activities, project plans will need to be submitted by May 1, 2015. Please refer to the Green Project Reserve Guidance below for further information.
If you are interested in applying for a DWRF loan, a final project plan must be submitted or postmarked on or before May 1 to be considered for funding in the next fiscal year. The discount rate that should be used in project planning beginning FY 2015 should be 4 5/8 percent or .04625.
- 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
- Drinking Water Revolving Funds Slide Show
- Project Planning Requirements for New Water Wells
- Revolving Loan Section Contact Information