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State Revolving Fund: Scoring Criteria
For questions related to wastewater scoring, please contact Charlie Hill at 906-236-3916 or HillC@Michigan.gov.
For questions related to storm water scoring, please contact Christe Alwin at 517-420-1501 or AlwinC@Michigan.gov.
Questions regarding DWSRF scoring should be directed to the assigned DWEHD district engineer or Brian Thurston at Thurstonb@Michigan.gov.gov or 231-590-3430.
State Revolving Fund: Affordability Criteria Page
This page provides information regarding the scoring criteria adopted by EGLE in 2022 for the State Revolving Fund (SRF) programs. New scoring criteria is in effect staring with Fiscal Year 2024 projects. Please see the guidance and scoring worksheets on this page to guide you during project planning development.
The scoring criteria is used by EGLE to prioritize and rank projects on the Project Priority Lists (PPL) and to allocate SRF funding. The updated scoring criteria aligns current EGLE priorities with the SRF programs. Further information is broken down by each program below. Please note that scoring of projects is based only on the work proposed to be financed in the upcoming fiscal year loan. Any future work will be scored separately in the fiscal year which it is financed. Additionally, you must provide the population that is directly served by the project. Examples include, (1) for LSLR projects, only the residents with service lines being replaced are served by the project and (2) for centralized treatment plant projects, these projects would serve the entire community.
Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF)
The CWSRF Scoring Criteria includes separate scoring for traditional clean water projects (wastewater and emerging pollutants) and storm water projects. Both criteria include the same five categories: compliance, public health, water quality, improving infrastructure, and affordability/disadvantaged. The total points available for a single project is 100 with maximum values set for each category. More information on eligible items in specific categories can be found in the scoring criteria and other documents below.
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)
The DWSRF Scoring Criteria includes five categories: compliance, public health, water quality, improving infrastructure, and affordability/disadvantaged. The total points available for a single project is 100 with maximum values set for each category. More information on eligible items in specific categories can be found in the scoring criteria and other documents below.