2019 Annual Project Report
2019 CWRPDA projects
The State of Colorado receives federal funding for water and wastewater infrastructure projects within two State Revolving Loan Funds, the Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund and the Drinking Water Revolving Fund. The agencies that have responsibility for administering the SRFs are the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE), Water Quality Control Division, the Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority (Authority); and the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA), collectively the SRF agencies.
Outside of providing subsidized financing to eligible entities, the funds can also be used to further public health and environmental priorities. This report illustrates how the State of Colorado has used administrative fees from the funds to help advance these priorities by providing an overview of each clean water and drinking water project funded through this source. The division also works to leverage other funding sources and partners to in order to move the needle further with respect to water priorities. As a result, there are a number of projects in this report that have received additional funding through other sources such as 319 funding, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Department of Natural Resources, etc.
Shared Mission Statement
The mission of the Colorado State Revolving Funds and SRF Agencies is to actively target and allocate affordable resources to projects and initiatives that result in public health and environmental and community benefits, while maintaining perpetual, self-sustaining revolving loan fund programs. The SRF agencies are dedicated to providing affordable financing to systems by capitalizing on all available funds to address high priority water projects related to public health and water quality issues to communities for projects they need and support. The SRF agencies will manage the funds in a manner to provide benefits for current and future generations.