Applicants seeking funding from the State Revolving Fund Program must be placed on the funding portion of either the Clean Water State Revolving Fund or Drinking Water State Revolving Fund priority list at a public meeting. The first public meeting of the fiscal year (which runs from July to June) for both programs is held on the second Wednesday of August where that fiscal year's priority lists of funded projects are adopted. Subsequent meetings to add eligible projects are held each quarter thereafter (first Wednesday of November, February and May) until that fiscal year's funds are exhausted.
Clean Water State Revolving Fund and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Projects are obligated funding at each meeting in order of their priority score per Chapters 62-503, F.A.C., and 62-552, F.A.C., respectively. After projects are placed on the funding list at a priority list meeting, project sponsors may then submit their loan application to secure funds for the project.
Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Priority Lists
Priority lists older than the current and previous state Fiscal Year (FY) as well as other priority list adoption documents can be obtained by contacting CWSRF or DWSRF staff or searching our Public Oculus Site (Catalog - State Revolving Fund: Profile - SRF File Cabinet: Drawer - Program Related: Folder - Priority List Information).
Note, the state FY goes from July 1 of previous year to June 30 of the stated fiscal year. For example, "FY 2021" is the period from July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021.
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