State Water Grants

Water Infrastructure Improvement & Intermunicipal Grants
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Application Period Open for $425M WIIA/IMG Grants

Applications Due July 28. Learn More From Our Webinar Recording.
$425 Million Available Now
Bolstered by the first spending under the Clean Air, Clean Water and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act, there is $425 million available for the next round of Water Infrastructure Improvement (WIIA) & Intermunicipal Grants (IMG) funding, as announced by Governor Kathy Hochul.

Applications are due by 5 p.m. on July 28.
About These Grants
$2 Billion Awarded to Critical Water Projects Since 2015
The Water Infrastructure Improvement (WIIA) program provides competitive grants to help municipalities fund critical wastewater and drinking water infrastructure projects. The program demonstrates New York State's nation-leading commitment to upgrading water and sewer systems, reducing water pollution, and safeguarding vital drinking water supplies from emerging contaminants and toxic chemicals.

The Intermunicipal Grants (IMG) program is available for both drinking water and wastewater projects that serve multiple municipalities, such as a shared water quality infrastructure project or the interconnection of multiple municipal water systems.
Recipient Information
Map of Awardees

See awarded projects across NYS. Clicking this link will take you off the EFC website. 

Recipients by Year

Awardees from 2015 to present.