NY State Water Grant Application Deadline Extended to August 11th

Bolstered by the first spending under the Clean Air, Clean Water and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act, there is $425 million available for the next round of Water Infrastructure Improvement (WIIA) & Intermunicipal Grants (IMG) funding, as announced by Governor Kathy Hochul.  

In the wake of extreme weather events, Governor Hochul has extended the application deadline to give potential applicants more time to submit their applications. The new deadline is 5 p.m. on Aug. 11.

Governor Kathy Hochul announced the extension of the application deadline for certain resiliency-related state grants in the wake of impacts from devastating flooding in communities across New York State. The new August 11 deadlines provides communities impacted by storm damage additional time to apply for resources to help improve water quality, strengthen flood resiliency, and mitigate climate change.

“Communities dealing with the destruction and aftermath of these severe weather events shouldn’t lose out on the opportunity to apply for grant funding that could advance critical water quality and resiliency projects,” Governor Hochul said. “Extending the deadline will give flood-stricken communities time to finish their applications for projects that will protect public health, prepare for future severe weather events, and create jobs that boost local economies.”

The deadline for the following grant programs was extended from July 28 to Aug. 11:

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