Habitat Restoration Grants Available

The Five Star and Urban Waters Restoration Grant Program, through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, is currently accepting applications for community-based wetland, forest, riparian, and coastal habitat restoration projects throughout the United States.

California Stormwater Flood Management Grants

The California Department of Water Resources (DWR) is requesting proposals through Round 2 of the Stormwater Flood Management (SWFM) Grant Program, funded by Proposition 1E. The SWFM Grant Program encourages integrated regional management of water resources and provides funding for implementation projects that manage stormwater runoff in order to reduce flooding.

Water Conservation and Water Quality Grants Available

If your agency is in need of water service meters, establishing a baseline monitoring program for routine water quality monitoring, or has other water conservation and water quality needs, please take a look at the funding opportunities available below.

CA & NV Rural Communities Are Eligible for Solid Waste Management Grant

The Solid Waste Management (SWM) Grant Program has been established to assist communities through free technical assistance and/or training provided by the grant recipients. Qualified organizations will receive SWM grant funds to reduce or eliminate pollution of water resources in rural areas, and improve planning and management of solid waste sites in rural areas.

$49.7 Million Available for Local Levee Critical Repair and Local Levee Evaluation in California

The Local Levee Assistance Program (LLAP) is accepting applications for levee evaluations and design and construction for critical levee repairs. Local Levee Critical Repair funding can be used to assist local flood management agencies with the repair of local flood control facilities, including but not limited to critically erosion-damaged levees, levees with unstable slopes, and other unstable facilities.

Round Two of CA Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Now Open

The Strategic Growth Council is now accepting applications for round two of the Sustainable Communities Planning Grant and Incentive Program. Eligible entities include cities, counties, Metropolitan Planning Organizations, Joint Powers Authorities, Regional Transportation Planning Agencies, and Councils of Governments.