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Data and Databases - Funding

This topic includes links to information about grants and low-interest loans provided by the Water Boards through a variety of funding programs.

Financial Assistance

  • Public Proposals Search Tool

    View and download proposals submitted to the Financial Assistance Application Submittal Tool (FAAST), the Water Board’s online loan and grant system. For assistance, please contact the FAAST Help Desk at FAAST_Admin@waterboards.ca.gov or 866-434-1083.

  • Cleanup and Abatement Account

    The Cleanup and Abatement Account (CAA) was created by Water Code Sections 13440-13443 to provide public agencies with grants for the cleanup or abatement of a condition of pollution when there are no viable responsible parties available to undertake the work. Eligible entities that could apply for this funding include public agencies, as well as certain not-for-profit organizations and tribal governments that serve a disadvantaged community and that have the authority to clean up or abate the effects of a waste. Annual lists of CAA funded projects can be found under the ‘Funded CAA Projects’ heading at the link above.

  • Drinking Water State Revolving Fund

    The Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Program is administered by staff in the State Water Board’s Division of Financial Assistance (DFA). Eligible applicants include community water systems and non-profit, non-community water systems.

  • Map of Funded Projects

    Scroll to the bottom of the link above to see a map of projects funded from the Cleanup and Abatement Account under an emergency drought relief package to meet interim emergency drinking water needs for those communities with a contaminated water supply or that suffer drought related water outages or threatened emergencies.