Colorado CWSRF IUP
Colorado’s long-term goals aim to improve, maintain and/or restore water quality for priority water bodies. The agencies will continue to review the effectiveness of the priority scoring model (Attachment I) and use of additional subsidy. Notable lists include the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund 2021 Project Eligibility List in Appendix A, and the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund 2021 Project Priority / Fundable List in Appendix B. Read on for specifics on the proposed federal fiscal year 2021 federal bill requirements, such as green project reserve; additional subsidy; Davis-Bacon and related acts; American iron and steel requirements; architectural and engineering procurement requirements; generally accepted accounting principles; fiscal sustainability planning; project cost and effectiveness evaluation; and project signage. The loan principal amount for disadvantaged communities is up to $3 million per project. As of June 30 2020 there are 103 Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund direct loans totaling $112,179,994 and 111 disadvantaged community loans totaling $78,856,394 administered or are currently being administered by the state. Approximately $81 million of grant and re-loan funds are available for loans for the remainder of 2020 and into 2021.
A WaterNow Alliance Initiative
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