2014 SAW Grants Awarded March 12

March 18, 2014

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) announced the SAW Grant Awards on Wednesday, March 12, awarding $97M for 2014. We expect that the SAW grant program ($450M) will take another three or four years before exhausting its entire allotment.

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Press Conference in Novi, where the awards were announced. Left to right: Liane Shekter-Smith, MDEQ Office of Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance; Jim Nash, Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner; Dan Wyant, MDEQ Director.

Stats:

  • 673 Communities applied for SAW grants.
  • MDEQ drew a total of 574 fund-able submittals that were entered into its lottery, of which 95 will be funded in 2014.

Congratulations to the Michigan communities awarded with this opportunity!

Here are the SAW lottery results.


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