Financial Assistance Programs – Grants and Loans
GRANT FORMS AND SCHEDULES
General Information and Forms
The State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board), Division of Financial Assistance, requires specific forms be completed by contract/grant recipients for Propositions 13, 40, 50, 84, and 319(h) projects. Following are forms and sample templates that can be downloaded by Project Directors. If you need a form or a sample template that is not listed below, please contact your Grant Manager.
- Project Director Resource Guide
The Resource Guide describes the grant process from start to finish and is designed to print back-to-back.
- CEQA (California Environmental Quality Act)
Provides links to various sections of the CEQA web site, State Clearinghouse, and the State Water Resources Control CEQA environmental review process.
- Plans and Compliance Requirements
Useful links are provided to various web sites that contain tools to meet your compliance requirements (e.g., Project Assessment and Evaluation Plan, Quality Assurance Project Plan, Surface Water Ambience Monitoring Plan, Groundwater Ambient Monitoring Assessment).
California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
Provides links to sections of the CEQA website and State Clearinghouse:
Plans and Compliance Requirements
Useful links are provided to various Websites that contain tools to meet your compliance requirements (e.g., Project Assessment and Evaluation Plan, Quality Assurance Project Plan, Surface Water Ambience Monitoring Plan, Groundwater Ambient Monitoring Assessment).
- GPS Requirements Information
- PAEP - Project Assessment and Evaluation Plan
- SWAMP - Surface Water Ambient
- GAMA - Groundwater Ambient Monitoring Assessment
- Sample Monitoring Plan
- Ten Monitoring Questions
- QAPP Checklist
- QAPP - State Water Board
- QAPP - SWAMP Advisor
- Guidelines for Photo Documentation
- NRPI Form (National Resource Project Inventory Project)
- Department of General Services Contract Manual
- MBE/WBE Participation Guide (Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprise)
- U.S. EPA's List of Violating Facilities - For contracts/subcontracts
- Secretary of State - Verification of corporate status for non-governmental agencies
- Final Report Outline
- NRCS - National Resource Conservation Service
(Page last updated 6/14/18)
Water is a precious resource in California, and maintaining its quality is of utmost importance to safeguard the health of the public and the environment.