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BIL Principal Forgiveness Qualification Document Now Available 

If you are interested in BIL Principal Forgiveness, the SRF has released its Determining Loan Principal Forgiveness document.

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Welcome to the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority! 

We are a quasi-governmental agency that provides state and federal funding in the form of loans and grants to Colorado governmental agencies to finance water, wastewater, hydropower, and forest health infrastructure projects.

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Drinking Water Revolving Fund (DWRF) helps finance clean drinking water projects for the State of Colorado with loans and grants.

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Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund (WPCRF) helps finance clean water and wastewater projects with loans and grants.

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Small Hydropower Loan Program (SHLP) helps finance hydropower projects below 10MWs with low-interest loans and helps determine the viability of projects with feasibility grants.

Water Revenue Bond Program (WRBP) helps finance large water projects such as water and wastewater treatment plants, dams/reservoirs, and water rights with municipal bonds and a cost of issuance subsidy.

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The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) provides the state of Colorado with a combo of grant and loan funds to address lead, PFAS, water, and wastewater infrastructure. 

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Forest Health, Fire Mitigation and Recovery Loan Program that can help finance forest health, fire mitigation, and fire recovery projects for municipalities in Colorado.

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The Colorado Water Authority provides below market interest rates and subsidized municipal bond issuances.

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The Colorado Water Authority's Governor Appointed Board meets 7 times a year.

Interested in learning more or getting started in the process. Contact us or click above to get started.

There are 7 loan application deadlines a year, but applications can be submitted at any time.

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Disadvantaged Communities (DACs) are communities that meet our base program criteria. DACs are eligible for reduced interest rates and grant/loan combo.

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Our staff is here to help and provide assistance and guidance on your water and wastewater infrastructure project financing.