Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL)

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More than $50 billion is being invested into national water and wastewater infrastructure programs under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, or BIL (formerly known as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act).

The BIL will provide funds to upgrade water treatment facilities, replace pipes and other critical infrastructure, and ensure that America’s water systems are sustainable for future generations. The improvements will provide an economic boost with jobs, as well as assure up-to-date facilities and infrastructure are providing clean, safe water in Colorado.

The division updated two loan programs, the Drinking Water Revolving Fund (DWRF) and the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (WPCRF), in accordance with the BIL's provisions. Updates are available on the State Revolving Fund loan page and are posted below: 


Additional information relevant to the BIL is posted here: 


We are planning Regional State Revolving Fund workshops addressing components of the BIL. These workshops will rotate locations throughout the state starting in 2023. Additional updates and information will be posted as details become available.

View BIL workshop information




WQCD SRF Contact List

  • cdphe_grantsandloans@state.co.us
  • Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
    Water Quality Control Division, Grants and Loans Unit
    4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, B-2
    Denver, CO 80246



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