MI Department of Environment Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE)
January 31, 2024
Lead Service Line Mapping/Verification, Outreach/education related to LSLR activities, Project planning related to LSLR
The Michigan state legislature appropriated $48 million for a grant program for community technical, managerial, and financial (TMF) support for lead line replacement under Section 1001 of PA 166 of 2022.
The TMF program’s goal is to better position communities to take advantage of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) DWSRF dollars for lead line replacement, which are available through Fiscal Year 2027.
The maximum grant award per proposal is $600,000. There are no local match requirements.
Grantees must obligate all funds to any subrecipients by December 31, 2024, and all work pertaining to this project must be completed by September 15, 2026.
All publicly owned community drinking water systems are eligible for this funding, with priority given to applicants that have not previously received funding for these activities and have low Median Annual Household Income (MAHI) per the federal census.
Eligible activities include:
A webinar and Q&A will be held on November 29, 2023 at 2:00pm. Representatives of publicly owned Type I Community Water Supplies with known lead service lines and their consultants should plan to attend.
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