Program Year 2020
The State Infrastructure Program assists local communities in financing local public infrastructure improvements. District One has approximately $29,486,000 in OPWC funding, available through the State Capital Improvement Program and Revolving Loan Program, and the Local Transportation Improvement Program in PY 2020.
- The State Capital Improvement Program (SCIP)
A combined grant/loan program based on funding from general obligation bonds. SCIP funds will cover up to 90% of a project’s total cost if it is a repair or replacement project. New and expansion projects will be funded up to 50% of the total project’s cost.
- Revolving Loan Program (RLP)
As SCIP loans are repaid, those funds are set aside for the RLP. The loans are interest-free and the term based on the useful life of the infrastructure. Applicants can request up to 100% funding in the form of a loan.Infrastructure improvement projects eligible for SCIP Assistance include:
- Stormwater and sanitary collection, storage and treatment facilities
- Water supply and distribution systems
- Wastewater treatment systems
- Local Transportation Improvement Program (LTIP)
A grant program for roads and bridge projects only, based on funding provided from gasoline taxes.
There are many changes to the PY 2020 SCIP/LTIP evaluation criteria. Interested applicants are encouraged to attend a workshop to learn about methodology changes, policy updates, and how to apply for funding from the State Infrastructure Programs.
Program Year 2020 Information
Applicant Workshop Presentation
This presentation was shared at applicant workshops on July 18 and 25, 2019. It is also available for downloading.