Sets forth the procedures governing the distribution of funding from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund program. Establishes criteria for priority scoring projects, holding public meetings to obligate funding to projects, applying for funding, and loan eligibility.
Sets forth the procedures governing the distribution of funding from the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program. Establishes criteria for priority scoring projects, holding public meetings to obligate funding to projects, applying for funding, and loan and grant eligibility.
Establishes procedures governing program participation in the Innovative Nutrient and Sediment Reduction and Conservation Pilot Project Program authorized by Section 403.0617 of the Florida Statutes. While this statute empowers the department to fund selected nutrient and sediment reduction and conservation pilot projects to test their effectiveness, no funds are yet available.
Rulemaking in the Division of Water Restoration Assistance
Program rules that are currently being or have recently been developed or revised within the division:
State Revolving Fund Program for Clean Water Facilities - Chapter 62-503, F.A.C. (Notice of Rule Development Published 2-3-21)
Section 22 of Chapter 2020-150, L.O.F., made changes to the priority ranking of projects in the Clean Water State Revolving Fund program. Rulemaking is necessary to incorporate those changes and the Department will make other changes to clarify and update the program’s procedures and requirements for making loans to local governments and eligible utilities.
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