Water quality grants and loans

Money for water quality projects

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We manage and provide money for water, wastewater, and stormwater projects in Colorado. We have different tools to help entities find the right kind of money for each project. We offer additional help in the form of training, guidance, and project management. Our project managers are assigned to specific areas of Colorado to help each project stay on track and on budget.  

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Grant money does not need to be paid back and can come from different programs. We have several state grant programs to help fund water, wastewater, and stormwater projects.

More grant information    

Low-interest loans

We offer loans with very low-interest rates so that they are affordable to pay back. Our partners help us determine how best to assist each community with funding options. These loans come from the Drinking Water and Water Pollution Control Revolving Funds. 

More loan information    

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)

Updates and information regarding funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL).

More infrastructure bill information     

Training opportunities

State Revolving Fund (SRF) agencies will partner with our Local Assistance Unit (LAU) as much as possible to share
information about funding options during applicable LAU training. The SRF will work with existing community outreach efforts to strengthen existing project pipelines.

The LAU is holding three in-person resilience workshops in 2022 and has offered the SRF a session in each to discuss funding options.

Register below for "building resilience in your water/wastewater system" training events occurring in September and December. 

The training events aim to: 

  • Create, implement, and build upon your emergency management plans.
  • Improve your system’s security measures.
  • Take stock of your current financial situation.
  • Plan for your financial future. 
  • Navigate State Revolving Fund (SRF) funding opportunities.

Training units will be issued for these courses. 

Regional SRF BIL workshops will rotate locations throughout the state starting in 2023. 


  • Southeast
  • Northwest
  • Central- East
  • Southwest 

Upcoming conferences that feature SRF sessions as part of their presentation lineup are listed below.

Stay informed

Use our online sign-up form to subscribe to updates from the Grants and Loans unit regarding all water-related funding opportunities and news. You can select as many topics as you are interested in. For funding opportunities please select "General-Grants and Loans."

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Partner agencies


Local agencies that offer grants, loans, or financing for water and wastewater projects.