Pacific Southwest, Region 9
Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations
Tribal Water Protection
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Region 9's Water Division provides technical and programmatic assistance to promote clean and safe water including water pollution control, source water assessments, groundwater investigations, and wastewater and drinking water infrastructure to 147 Native American tribes in the Pacific Southwest.
Programs & Resources
Safe Drinking Water Act Programs - Funding to improve infastructure and source water
- Drinking Water Act Tribal Set-Aside Program (DWTSA)
- Tribal Border Infrastructure
- Source Water Protection (SWP)
- Tribal Newsletters (for grant information)
- Tribal Wastewater Factsheet (PDF) (4 pp, 429K)
- Tribal Public Water System Drought Response Information Packet (PDF) (9 pp, 309K)
- Water Pollution Control (106)
- Nonpoint Source Pollution Control (319)
- Tribal Wetlands Program
- Development (WPDG) (104 (b) (3))
- CWA Section 106 Reporting Requirements
- More Grants...
Underground Injection Control (UIC) Wells, requirements, programs
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