Urban Waters Grants RFP
EPA expects to award up to $1.6 million in funding for projects taking place in 18 Eligible Geographic Areas that protect and restore urban waters by improving water quality through activities that also support community revitalization and other local priorities. Proposals are due by December 16, 2013. More...
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Some of the most significant work accomplished in the realm of environmental protection is completed at the state and local level. To facilitate and support these efforts, EPA provides funding as grants and cooperative agreements to qualified applicants on subjects that involve the environment. The grants and cooperative agreements provided by EPA are sums of money awarded to finance programs or a particular project or activity that aims to safeguard the natural environment and protect human health.
There are very significant administrative and programmatic requirements that must be met when applying for financial assistance. Potential applicants are encouraged to thoroughly review the information contained under Grants Info, specifically the Policy, Regulations and Guidance link.
There are a number of funding opportunities for environmental programs within Region 2. Some of these programs include:
- Clean Diesel Grants
- Clean Water State Revolving Fund
- Drinking Water State Revolving Fund
- Urban Water Small Grants
- Environmental Justice Small Grants
- EJ Collaborative Problem-Solving Cooperative Agreements Program
- Environmental Education and Youth Programs
- Great Lakes
- Pollution Prevention
- Superfund Technical Assistance Grants
- Targeted Watershed Protection Grants
- FY15 and FY16 Region 2 Wetland Program Development Grants (PDF 37 pp, 254K) — Application Period Closes June 19, 2015
- 5 Star Wetland Restoration & Grants
How to Apply for Federal Assistance This page outlines a set of brief instructions specific to Region 2 on how to apply for grants.
Grants.gov allows organizations to electronically find and apply for Federal grants. Grants.gov is the single access point for over 1000 grant programs offered by all Federal grant-making agencies. Federal grant applicants must complete a three-step registration process before applying for a federal grant opportunity through Grants.gov.
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program. Michele Junker is the Region 2 DBE Coordinator, please contact her with any questions related to the MBE/WBE program (212) 637-3418.
- Office of Small Business Programs (OSBP) DBE Program
- Minority Business Enterprise/Women's Business Enterprise (MBE/WBE) Page
- DBE Rule, Forms & Fact Sheets