2022 Source Water Protection Grant Awardees

EGLE has awarded Source Water Protection Grant funds to 30 Michigan public water systems for the 2022 grant cycle.  These grants will help fund programs to protect those clean water sources and to educate the public about where their water originates and how best to ensure it remains healthy.

 

Community

Award

Charter Township of Independence

$4,390.00

Charter Township of White Lake

$13,524.00

City of Allegan

$10,500.00

City of Battle Creek

$28,635.00

City of Cadillac

$7,250.00

City of Charlotte

$2,000.00

City of Davison

$10,150.00

City of Gladwin

$3,875.00

City of Harrison

$3,725.00

City of Hastings

$5,000.00

City of Ithaca

$4,250.00

City of Kalamazoo

$70,000.00

City of Mason

$3,000.00

City of Rochester

$12,877.00

City of Rogers City

$2,500.00

City of Vassar

$3,725.00

Great Lakes Water Authority-Belle Isle

$20,000.00

Great Lakes Water Authority-Fighting Island

$20,000.00

Great Lakes Water Authority-Lake Huron

$10,000.00

Gratiot Area Water Authority

$12,500.00

Gun Plain Charter Township

$5,250.00

Plainfield Charter Township

$54,791.00

Village of Bear Lake

$5,000.00

Village of Holly

$8,991.00

Village of Milford

$11,378.00

Village of Muir

$5,450.00

Village of Onsted

$7,000.00

Village of Schoolcraft

$14,100.00

Village of Suttons Bay

$4,800.00

Village of Vermontville

$3,275.00

Total Grants Awarded

$367,936.00