CIFA advocates for increased federal funding for the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds (SRFs), the nation's premier programs for financing water infrastructure that protects public health and the environment.
Primer on SRF Subsidized Loans
Learn how the State Revolving Funds use subsidized interest rates and additional subsidization to provide low-cost financing for water infrastructure that protects public health and the environment. Primer on SRF Subsidized Loans.
CIFA's policy position on additional subsidization: Funding Forever: Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds.
The 2020 Budget (H.R. 1865) became law on Friday, December 20.
Clean Water State Revolving Fund: $1,638,826,000 ($1.6 billion), 10% of which is mandated for green infrastructure and 10% of which is mandated for additional subsidization
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund: $1,126,088,000 ($1.1 billion), 20% of which is mandated for additional subsidization (including 14% in the appropriations bill and 6% in the Safe Drinking Water Act)
WIFIA for SRFs (SWIFIA / SRF WIN): $5 million for state financing authorities which could provide as much as $500 million in loans from the U.S. Treasury
WIFIA: $50 million for all projects
CIFA advocated for full funding of the Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Funds to the U.S. House and Senate Appropriations Subcommittees on Interior, Environment and Related Agencies.
Clean Water SRF: $1,693,887,000
Drinking Water SRF: $1,163,233,000
WIFIA: $60 million
Learn the history of federal funding for SRFs.