Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is the single largest investment in water the federal government has ever made with more than $50 billion to improve our nation’s water infrastructure. Learn more.
Local Infrastructure Investment Stories
Across the nation, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is revitalizing communities and protecting treasured waterways. Real communities are paving the way for future generations with this funding. Learn more.
Drinking Water Grants and Resources
EPA provides a range of financial resources, including grants, made available to support public water systems with enhancing the quality of drinking water and improving public health. Learn more.
Water is essential. We rely on it from the moment we wake up in the morning and make a cup of coffee until we brush our teeth at night. While most water infrastructure is hidden from sight, it is foundational to our daily lives. Our water infrastructure is aging and in need of repair to withstand the challenges of the 21st century. We must maintain water infrastructure to deliver clean drinking water and safely carry away and treat wastewater.
EPA helps renew water infrastructure across the country by identifying needs, funding infrastructure projects through multiple programs, and providing technical assistance to connect communities and tribes to federal funding. This webpage highlights the Agency's suite of funding and technical assistance resources that can help address water infrastructure challenges in urban, suburban, tribal, and rural communities across the nation.
- Water Infrastructure Investments
- BIL Drinking Water Resources for States and Utilities
- BIL State Revolving Fund Information
Tribes & Alaska Native Villages
- Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act Grants
- 319 NonPoint Source Grant Program
- National Estuary Program
- OSG Program
State Revolving Funds
- Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA)
- Learn How to Apply
- WIFIA Projects
- Attend Information Sessions