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Clean Water State Revolving Fund

The Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) is a low interest loan financing program that assists qualified local municipalities with the construction of needed water pollution control facilities.

For questions on the program, contact the Water Infrastructure Financing Section.


Water Infrastructure Financing Section

Michigan Water Infrastructure Financing Web Map

This map is meant for general information about projects funded through the Clean Water State Revolving Fund and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund. The project locations are meant to give a general location of where work is being done and not a specific site. 

Open the WIFS map

Funds available for financing fiscal year 2023 CWSRF projects


Available Loan

Out of Loan Amount
How Much is
Principal Forgiveness


$ 800 million

$ 26.5 million

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law General

$ 77 million

$37.8 million

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Emerging Contaminants

$ 4 million

$ 4 million


$ 881 million

$ 68.3 million

Intent to Apply form for the CWSRF loan program - Due date for FY2024 consideration is November 1,2022.

The submittal deadline for final project plans in CWSRF fiscal year 2023 is June 1, 2022.

A community interested in applying for a loan must fill this form out and submit it to EGLE-WIFS. Submittal of this form will allow the applicant to receive an indication of the funding/financing outlook as well as the next steps in the process. To help better serve our customers and improve our programs please do not begin work on a project plan prior to submitting the ITA form.  Following submittal of the ITA, a Water Infrastructure Financing Section (WIFS) project manager will follow-up with the community to set up a discussion.

FY 2022 Interest Rates

  • 20-year loans - 1.875 percent
  • 30-year loans - 2.125 percent

Strategic Water Quality Initiatives Fund

The Strategic Water Quality Initiatives Fund (SWQIF) is a low interest revolving loan program that allows qualified municipalities to access financing for the construction of needed water pollution control facilities that cannot qualify for SRF assistance. Two types of projects can be financed under the SWQIF, the on site upgrade-replacement of septic systems and the removal of ground water or storm water from sewer leads.

Michigan Clean Water Plan

Learn more about the newly announced MI Clean Water Plan by visiting the Michigan Clean Water Plan website.