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Draft 2021 Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plans
The Draft 2021 CWSRF and DWSRF IUP's are available for public review and comment from June 10, 2020 through July 10, 2020. This Public Notice, referenced on the Kentucky Infrastructure Authority website at https://kia.ky.gov/Pages/index.aspx, serves to announce the availability of the IUP's and to advertise that a virtual public meeting was held Thursday, June 18, at 2:30 p.m., EST, via an interactive Zoom meeting.
Click on the following links to download the Draft CWSRF and DWSRF IUP documents:
Other important links associated with KIA and DOW funding programs:
KIA Loan Programs
Federally Assisted Wastewater Revolving Loan (CWSRF)
Federally Assisted Water Revolving Loan (DWSRF)
WRIS Portal - Project Profile
WRIS Portal - System Information
Clean Water Project Profile Pre-Application
Drinking Water Project Profile Pre-Application
DOW Clean Water State Revolving Fund
DOW Drinking Water State Revolving Fund
DOW Nonpoint Source Grants
Commonly Asked Questions
What is the SRF?
The State Revolving Fund (SRF) programs are low interest loan programs for drinking water, wastewater, stormwater or nonpoint source infrastructure projects. Examples include: water and sewer line replacements and extensions, new water storage tanks, tank refurbishment, treatment projects, and much more! Our loan terms consist of 20-30* year terms with competitive interest rates. Interest rates are set annually and have not been established for the 2020 funding cycle, however, current interest rates range from 0.5 percent to 3.0 percent.
How do I apply?
If you are interested in receiving funding from either SRF loan program, you must coordinate with your Area Development District Planner to prepare an electronic Project Profile. Information contained in the Project Profile will be used by the Division of Water to score and rank projects based on the published set of criteria. Requests for funding will not be accepted after the Call for Projects period ends.
How do I know if I will receive funding?
After the Call for Projects closes in December, the Division of Water scores all of the projects submitted for consideration and prepares a Project Priority List. This list is released in May of each year as part of the Intended Use Plan or IUP. Projects are funded in ranked priority order.
- Did you know that KIA offers a loan product specifically for planning and design? Commonly referred to as a “P&D loan”, a Planning and Design Loan has a set interest rate of 3 percent with a loan term of 5 years (interest rate subject to change annually). Depending on funding availability, priority funding for the subsequent construction project may be offered after the planning and design for the project is complete. P&D loans may be consolidated or “rolled” into a construction loan for the same project and will convert to the construction loan interest rate. Contact the loan staff at KIA for more information.