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2024 State Revolving Fund Eligibility Survey Opening Soon

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2024 State Revolving Fund Eligibility Survey Opening Soon

The survey is open from May 24-June 30, 2023

The 2024 Drinking Water and Wastewater State Revolving Fund Eligibility Surveys will open on May 24, 2023. Please visit the Colorado Environmental Onlince Services (CEOS) portal to complete the surveys. Also, we are hosting a webinar to help entities understand how to navigate CEOS and complete the eligibility survey.

Webinar details

Monday, June 5, 2023

1:00-2:00 p.m.

Register to attend


The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's Water Quality Control Division conducts the State Revolving Fund (SRF) Eligibility Survey annually to identify water, sewer, stormwater, and nonpoint source infrastructure improvement needs throughout the state. Funding through the SRF programs is available to implement these capital projects and the first step for obtaining these funds is through the survey. The survey must be completed and submitted by June 30, 2023.

The department encourages all municipalities, counties, districts, public water systems, not-for-profit water systems and other special districts to participate.

The SRF programs provide funding for eligible projects and entities including grants and low-interest loans with repayment terms of up to 30 years. The survey is not an application for funding; the survey identifies infrastructure improvement needs and estimated costs for addressing those needs. The survey does not obligate communities to apply for funding. Awards of any funds are subject to completing the SRF funding application process, meeting all SRF requirements, fund availability, and applicable caps or maxes.

Grants and loans from the SRF cannot be extended to communities that have not responded to this survey.

Funding through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) is also issued through the SRF. BIL funding is issued as both loans and additional subsidization in the form of principal forgiveness. Entities seeking BIL funding must meet certain eligibility requirements. Please see the 2023 Drinking Water Intended Use Plan and the 2023 Water Pollution Control Intended Use Plan to learn more. The BIL also offers dedicated funding to replace lead services lines and address emerging contaminants such as PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances).


  • Entities must submit an eligibility survey and be on the Eligibility List to be eligible for funding.
  • Entities need to complete and submit the eligibility survey through the CEOS portal no later than June 30, 2023, to be added to the 2024 project eligibility lists for BIL funding.
  • There are new survey questions regarding lead service line replacement needs and emerging contaminants treatment needs. Please remember to answer those questions if you have a funding need for those project types.

Please visit the division's webpage for program details and click on section #1 Eligibility Survey for instructions and other useful information about the annual survey.

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