The mission of the District of Columbia’s Clean Water Construction (CWC) program is to fund the design and construction of voluntary projects that work to provide clean water to District streams and rivers. Projects are selected for funding using the process described by the District of Columbia Project Priority Rating System (PPRS), available for download below.
The program receives funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Clean Water State Revolving Fund for up to 55% of a project. Project applicants must provide for 45% of their project’s costs using any non-federal funding source. Local match can be contributed from any non-federal funding source.
DOEE funds three categories of work: Stormwater Green Infrastructure Projects, Stormwater Grey Infrastructure Projects, and Sewage Infrastructure Projects. Project partners manage projects from planning to completion of construction. CWC staff support their efforts by ensuring that project activities are performed in compliance with federal regulations and achieve CWC goals.
Learn more about Clean Water Construction
Learn more with the available condensed program summary.
Use the following links for more in-depth resources and guidance on how to apply for CWC funds and how to more easily comply with federal contracting and construction requirements while executing CWC projects. All documents referenced within these pages are available for download at the bottom of each page, and from the “Referenced Documents and Websites” page:
- Funded Projects
- Project Priority Lists
- Resources for Funding Applicants
- Resources for Award Recipients
- Resources for Contracting Officers
- Resources for Contractors and Subcontractors
- Sewage Infrastructure Projects
- Stormwater Grey Infrastructure Projects
- Stormwater Green Infrastructure Projects
- Referenced Documents and Websites
CWC Program Contacts
Suzanne Wald, Environmental Protection Specialist
Email: [email protected] | Tel: (202) 673-6745
Jeff Oser, Environmental Protection Specialist
Email: [email protected] | Phone: (202) 727-8705
Keren O’Brien Murphy, Environmental Protection Specialist
Email: [email protected] | Phone: (202) 731-7262