DEQ awards nearly $83,000 to three drinking water and wastewater systems across Idaho

June 30, 2022

Contact: MaryAnna Peavey, Grants and Loans Bureau Chief, MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of $82,467 to three drinking water and wastewater systems to help the facilities evaluate system deficiencies and determine necessary upgrades.

The systems include Country Haven Utilities Association Inc., Terrace Lakes Water Company, and the city of Juliaetta. These planning grants are funded from the $2 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds that Governor Little directed to DEQ on August 6, 2021.

“Families, farmers, ranchers, and all Idaho residents rely on clean, efficient water and wastewater systems,” Idaho Governor Brad Little said. “These systems are not only a crucial part of our way of life but our economy as well. Funding for these projects from my Leading Idaho plan aims to ensure that Idaho residents – especially those in our rural communities – can depend on our water and wastewater infrastructure for generations to come.”

Country Haven Utilities Association, Inc. – Country Haven Utilities Association Inc. in Bingham County was awarded $14,967 to prepare a drinking water planning study to evaluate the current drinking water system and identify needed improvements. The total eligible project cost is $29,935, and the remaining $14,967 will be funded by Country Haven Utilities Association, Inc.

Terrace Lakes Water Company – Terrace Lakes Water Company in Boise County was awarded $30,000 to prepare a drinking water planning study to evaluate the current drinking water system and identify needed improvements. The total eligible project cost is $60,000, and the remaining $30,000 will be funded by Terrace Lakes Water Company.

City of Juliaetta – The city of Juliaetta in Latah County was awarded $37,500 to prepare a wastewater planning study to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible project cost is $75,000, and the remaining $37,500 will be funded by the US Department of Agriculture Rural Development.

Background

DEQ’s Planning Grant Program provides assistance to eligible wastewater and drinking water systems. These grants are used to develop engineering reports identifying the most cost-effective, environmentally sound method of upgrading a system to achieve and maintain compliance with state and federal standards. Grants cover up to 50% of eligible planning costs, with the remaining cost is the grant recipient’s responsibility.

For more information about DEQ’s Planning Grant Program and to learn more about this year’s grant recipients, go to DEQ’s Facility Planning Grants page.

DEQ awards $34,250 to the city of Potlatch in Latah County

March 28, 2022

Contact: MaryAnna Peavey, Grants and Loans Bureau Chief, MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a $34,250 wastewater planning grant to the city of Potlatch in Latah County. The grant is funded from the $2 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds that Governor Little directed to DEQ on August 6, 2021.

The funds will be used to prepare a planning study to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible project cost is $68,500, and the remaining $34,250 will be funded by the city.

Background

DEQ’s Planning Grant Program provides assistance to eligible wastewater and drinking water systems. These grants are used to develop engineering reports identifying the most cost-effective, environmentally sound method of upgrading a system to achieve and maintain compliance with state and federal standards. Grants cover up to 50% of eligible planning costs, with the remaining cost is the grant recipient’s responsibility.

For more information about DEQ’s Planning Grant Program and to learn more about this year’s grant recipients, go to DEQ’s Facility Planning Grants page.

DEQ awards $30,000 to the city of Teton in Fremont County

February 24, 2022

Contact: MaryAnna Peavey, Grants and Loans Bureau Chief, MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award a $30,000 wastewater planning grant to the city of Teton in Fremont County.  

The grant is funded from the $2 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds that Governor Little directed to DEQ on August 6, 2021.

The funds will be used to prepare a planning study to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible project cost is $60,000, and the remaining $30,000 will be funded by the city.

Background

DEQ’s Planning Grant Program provides assistance to eligible wastewater and drinking water systems. These grants are used to develop engineering reports identifying the most cost-effective, environmentally sound method of upgrading a system to achieve and maintain compliance with state and federal standards. Grants cover up to 50% of eligible planning costs, with the remaining cost is the grant recipient’s responsibility.

For more information about DEQ’s Planning Grant Program and to learn more about this year’s grant recipients, go to DEQ’s Facility Planning Grants page.

DEQ awards $110,000 to the city of Orofino in Clearwater County

February 22, 2022

Contact: MaryAnna Peavey, Grants and Loans Bureau Chief, MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of two planning grants totaling $110,000 to the city of Orofino in Clearwater County.

The planning grants are funded from the $2 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds that Governor Little directed to DEQ on August 6, 2021.

The city of Orofino was awarded a $65,000 wastewater planning grant and a $45,000 drinking water planning grant to prepare planning studies and environmental reviews that evaluate the current wastewater and drinking water systems and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost for the wastewater project is $130,000, and the drinking water project is $90,000. The remaining $110,000 will be funded by the city.

Background

DEQ’s Planning Grant Program provides assistance to eligible wastewater and drinking water systems. These grants are used to develop engineering reports identifying the most cost-effective, environmentally sound method of upgrading a system to achieve and maintain compliance with state and federal standards. Grants cover up to 50% of eligible planning costs, with the remaining cost is the grant recipient’s responsibility.

For more information about DEQ’s Planning Grant Program and to learn more about this year’s grant recipients, go to DEQ’s Facility Planning Grants page.

DEQ awards nearly $345,000 to eight drinking water and wastewater systems across Idaho

February 3, 2022

Contact: MaryAnna Peavey, Grants and Loans Bureau Chief, MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award $345,000 to eight drinking water and wastewater systems to help the facilities evaluate system deficiencies and determine necessary upgrades.

The systems include: Garden City, Murtaugh, Rigby, Big Twelve Water Association, Oden View Estates Improvement Association, Inc., Central Shoshone County Water District, St. Charles, and Kingston-Cataldo Sewer District. These planning grants are funded from the $2 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds that Governor Little directed to DEQ on August 6, 2021.

Garden City – Garden City in Ada County was awarded $71,000 to prepare a drinking water planning study to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $142,000 and the remaining $71,000 will be funded by the city.

City of Murtaugh – The city of Murtaugh in Twin Falls County was awarded $37,500 to prepare a drinking water planning study to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $75,000 and the remaining $37,500 will be funded by the city.

City of Rigby – The city of Rigby in Jefferson County was awarded $40,000 to prepare a drinking water planning study to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost is $80,000 and the remaining $40,000 will be funded by the city. 

Big Twelve Water Association – Big Twelve Water Association in Fremont County was awarded $45,000 to prepare a drinking water planning study in conjunction with the city of Island Park to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $90,000 and the remaining $45,000 will be funded by Big Twelve Water Association.

Oden View Estates Improvement Association, Inc. – Oden View Estates Improvement Association, Inc. in Bonner County was awarded $28,650 to prepare a drinking water planning study and environmental review to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $57,300 and the remaining $28,650 will be funded by Oden View Estates Improvement Association, Inc.

Central Shoshone County Water District – Central Shoshone County Water District  in Shoshone County was awarded $57,500 to prepare a drinking water planning study and environmental review to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost is $115,000 and the remaining $57,500 will be funded by Central Shoshone County Water District.

City of St. Charles – The city of St. Charles in Bear Lake County was awarded a $25,000wastewater planning grant for  and a $25,000  drinking water planning grant to prepare planning studies  and environmental reviews that evaluate the current wastewater and drinking water systems and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost for the wastewater project is $50,000 and the drinking water project is $50,000. The remaining $50,000 will be funded by the city.

Kingston-Cataldo Sewer District – Kingston-Cataldo Sewer District in Shoshone County was awarded $15,000 to prepare a wastewater planning study and environmental review to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $30,000 and the remaining $15,000 will be funded by Kingston-Cataldo Sewer District.

Background

DEQ’s Planning Grant Program provides assistance to eligible wastewater and drinking water systems. These grants are used to develop engineering reports identifying the most cost-effective, environmentally sound method of upgrading a system to achieve and maintain compliance with state and federal standards. Grants cover up to 50% of eligible planning costs, with the remaining cost is the grant recipient’s responsibility.

For more information about DEQ’s Planning Grant Program and to learn more about this year’s grant recipients, go to DEQ’s Facility Planning Grants page.

DEQ awards nearly $600,000 to eight drinking water and wastewater systems across Idaho

January 4, 2022

Contact: MaryAnna Peavey, Grants and Loans Bureau Chief, MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality awarded nine planning grants to eight drinking water and wastewater systems to help the facilities prepare planning studies.

The systems include: Bellevue, Burley, Wendell, Hoo Doo Water and Sewer District, Inc., Iona Bonneville Sewer District, Southside Water and Sewer District, North Lake Recreational Sewer and Water District, and Yellow Pine Water Users Association, Inc. These planning grants are funded from the $2 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds that Governor Little directed to DEQ on August 6, 2021.

Bellevue, Idaho — The city of Bellevue in Blaine County was offered a wastewater planning grant for $95,837 to prepare a wastewater planning study and environmental review to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $191,675 and the remaining $95,837 will be funded by the city of Bellevue.

Burley, Idaho — The city of Burley in Cassia County was offered a drinking water planning grant for $102,710 to prepare a drinking water planning study and environmental review to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $205,420 and the remaining $102,710 will be funded by the city of Burley.

Wendell, Idaho — The city of Wendell in Gooding County was offered a drinking water planning grant for $50,000 to prepare a drinking water planning study and environmental review to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $100,000 and the remaining $50,000 will be funded by the city of Wendell.

Hoo Doo Water and Sewer District — Hoo Doo Water and Sewer District, Inc. was offered a drinking water planning grant for $20,000 to prepare a drinking water planning study and environmental review to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $40,000 and the remaining $20,000 will be funded by Hoo Doo Water and Sewer District, Inc.

Iona Bonneville Sewer District — Iona Bonneville Sewer District in Bonneville County was offered a wastewater planning grant for $60,000 to prepare a wastewater planning study to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $120,000 and the remaining $60,000 will be funded by Iona Bonneville Sewer District.

North Lake Recreational Sewer and Water District — North Lake Recreational Sewer and Water District in Valley County was offered a wastewater planning grant for $64,400 and a drinking water planning grant for $102,000 to prepare planning studies that evaluate the current wastewater and drinking water systems and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.  The total eligible cost of the wastewater and drinking water projects are $128,800 and $204,000, respectively. The remaining $64,400 and $102,000 will be funded by North Lake Recreational Sewer and Water District.

Southside Water and Sewer District — Southside Water and Sewer District in Bonner County was offered a wastewater planning grant for $42,500 to prepare a wastewater planning study to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $85,000 and the remaining $42,500 will be funded by Southside Water and Sewer District.

Yellow Pine Water Users Association, Inc — Yellow Pine Water Users Association, Inc. was offered a drinking water planning grant for $42,500 to prepare a drinking water planning study and environmental review to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $85,000 and the remaining $42,500 will be funded by Yellow Pine Water Users Association, Inc. and the US Department of Agriculture Rural Development. 

Background

DEQ’s Planning Grant Program provides assistance to eligible wastewater and drinking water systems. These grants are used to develop engineering reports identifying the most cost-effective, environmentally sound method of upgrading a system to achieve and maintain compliance with state and federal standards. Grants cover up to 50% of eligible planning costs, with the remaining cost is the grant recipient’s responsibility.

For more information about DEQ’s Planning Grant Program and to learn more about this year’s grant recipients, go to DEQ’s Facility Planning Grants page.

DEQ awards $169,600 in planning grants to Panorama Hills Water Company, Moore Water and Sewer Association, Inc., and cities of Notus, Paul, Rupert, and Ririe

December 3, 2021

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of six planning grants to Panorama Hills Water Company, Moore Water and Sewer Association, Inc., and cities of Notus, Paul, Rupert, and Ririe, to assist with drinking water and wastewater facility planning studies.

Panorama Hills Water Company was awarded a drinking water planning grant for $15,000 to prepare a drinking water planning study to evaluate the current drinking water system’s deficiencies and identify any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $30,000 and the remaining $15,000 will be funded by Panorama Hills Water Company.

The city of Notus in Canyon County was awarded a drinking water planning grant for $25,000 to prepare a drinking water planning study and environmental review to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $50,000 and the remaining $25,000 will be funded by the city.

Moore Water and Sewer Association, Inc. was awarded a wastewater planning grant for $20,600 to prepare a wastewater planning study to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible costs of the project is $41,200 and the remaining $20,600 will be funded by Moore Water and Sewer Association, Inc.

The city of Paul in Minidoka County was awarded a wastewater planning grant for $25,000 to prepare a wastewater planning study and environmental review to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $50,000 and the remaining $25,000 will be funded by the US Department of Agriculture Rural Development.

The city of Ririe in Jefferson County was awarded a wastewater planning grant for $34,000 to prepare a wastewater planning study and environmental review to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $68,000  and the remaining $34,000 will be funded by the city of Ririe and the US Department of Agriculture Rural Development.

The city of Rupert in Minidoka County was awarded a wastewater planning grant for $50,000 to prepare a wastewater planning study to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements. The total eligible cost of the project is $100,000 and the remaining $50,000 will be funded by the city.

DEQ’s Planning Grant Program provides assistance to eligible wastewater and drinking water systems. These grants are used to develop engineering reports identifying the most cost-effective, environmentally sound method of upgrading a system to achieve and maintain compliance with state and federal standards. Grants cover up to 50% of eligible planning costs, with the remaining cost is the grant recipient’s responsibility.

For more information about DEQ’s Planning Grant Program and to learn more about this year’s grant recipients, go to DEQ’s Facility Planning Grants page.

Staff Contact
MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards drinking water planning grant to the city of Preston

October 26, 2021

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a drinking water planning grant for $40,550 to the city of Preston in Franklin County.

The funds will be used to prepare a drinking water facility plan. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $81,100. The remaining $40,550 will be funded by the city of Preston.

Staff Contact
MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards wastewater planning grant to the city of Challis

October 26, 2021

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant for $39,400 to the city of Challis in Custer County.

The funds will be used to prepare a wastewater planning study. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $78,800. The remaining $39,400 will be funded by the city of Challis.

Staff Contact
MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards drinking water planning grant to Drake Subdivision Property Owners’ Association of Domestic and Lateral Water Users, Inc.

October 13, 2021

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a drinking water planning grant for $20,000 to Drake Subdivision Property Owners’ Association of Domestic and Lateral Water Users, Inc. in Canyon County.

The funds will be used to prepare a drinking water facility plan and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $40,000. The remaining $20,000 will be funded by the Idaho Rural Water Association and Drake Subdivision Property Owners’ Association of Domestic and Lateral Water Users, Inc.

Staff Contact
MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards drinking water planning grant to Evans Water Corporation and Homeowners Association in Ada County

August 23, 2021

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a drinking water planning grant for $16,700 to Evans Water Corporation and Homeowners Association in Ada County.

The funds will be used to prepare a drinking water facility plan. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $33,400. The remaining $16,700 will be funded by Evans Water Corporation and Homeowners Association.

Staff Contact
MaryAnna Peavey
Grants & Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards wastewater planning grant to the city of Lewisville

April 2, 2021

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant for $25,000 to the city of Lewisville in Jefferson County.

The funds will be used to prepare a wastewater planning study and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $50,000. The remaining $25,000 will be funded by the city.

Staff Contact

MaryAnna Peavey
Grants & Loans Bureau Chief
1410 N Hilton
Boise, Idaho 83706
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards wastewater planning grant to city of Tensed

March 25, 2021

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant for $30,000 to the city of Tensed in Benewah County, Idaho.

The funds will be used to prepare a wastewater planning study and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $60,000. The remaining $30,000 will be funded by the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development.

Staff Contact

MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards wastewater planning grant to the city of American Falls

Tuesday, November 03, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant for $25,000 to the city of American Falls in Power County.

The funds will be used to prepare a wastewater planning study. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $50,000. The remaining $25,000 will be funded by the city of American Falls.

DEQ awards drinking water planning grant to the Scenic Properties Water Association, Inc.

Tuesday, November 03, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a drinking water planning grant for $15,000 to the Scenic Properties Water Association, Inc. in Boise County.

The funds will be used to prepare a drinking water facility plan and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $30,000. The remaining $15,000 will be funded by the Scenic Properties Water Association, Inc.

DEQ awards drinking water planning grant to the city of Lewiston

Friday, November 20, 2020

BOISE — Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a drinking water planning grant for $30,000 to the city of Lewiston in Nez Perce County.

The funds will be used to prepare a drinking water facility plan. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $60,000. The remaining $30,000 will be funded by the city of Lewiston.

DEQ awards $118,000 to the Garden Valley Ranchettes Homeowners Association, Boise County

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a $118,000 low-interest drinking water construction assistance to the Garden Valley Ranchettes Homeowners Association in Boise County

The funding will be used to construct a new reservoir as part of the emergency effort.

The assistance from DEQ’s State Revolving Loan Fund, which is capitalized annually by grants from the Environmental Protection Agency, provides this funding with no repayment obligation. The favorable loan terms represent a $162,254 savings to the community when compared to average costs for municipal general obligation debt issuances.

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DEQ awards wastewater planning grant to the Santa Fernwood Water and Sewer District

Tuesday, October 06, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant for $30,000 to the Santa Fernwood Water and Sewer District in Benewah County.

The funds will be used to prepare a wastewater planning study and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $60,000. The remaining $30,000 will be funded by the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development.

Staff Contact

MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards wastewater planning grant to the city of Craigmont

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant for $37,500 to the city of Craigmont in Lewis County.

The funds will be used to prepare a wastewater planning study. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $75,000. The remaining $37,500 will be funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development.

Staff Contact

MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards drinking water planning grant to the Camp Fire Inc., Kootenai County

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant for $20,000 to Garden Valley School District in Boise County.

The funds will be used to prepare a wastewater planning study and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $40,000. The remaining $20,000 will be funded by Garden Valley School District.

Staff Contact

MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards wastewater planning grant to the city of Cottonwood, Idaho County

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant for $51,960 to the city of Cottonwood in Idaho County.

The funds will be used to prepare a planning study and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $103,920. The remaining $51,960 will be funded by the city of Cottonwood.

Staff Contact

MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards drinking water planning grant to the Golf Club Estates Water Association, Inc., Bonner County

Wednesday, September 02, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a drinking water planning grant for $15,000 to the Golf Club Estates Water Association, Inc. in Bonner County.

The funds will be used to prepare a drinking water planning study and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $30,000. The remaining $15,000 will be funded by the Golf Club Estates Water Association Inc.

Staff Contact

MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards wastewater planning grant to the city of Homedale, Owyhee County

Monday, August 10, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a wastewater planning grant for $40,000 to the city of Homedale, in Owyhee County.

The funds will be used to prepare a wastewater planning study and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the current wastewater system and develop alternatives for any needed improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $80,000. The remaining $40,000 will be funded by the city of Homedale.

Staff Contact

MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov

DEQ awards drinking water planning grant to the city of Grand View, Owyhee County

Wednesday, July 29, 2020

BOISE — The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) today announced the award of a drinking water planning grant for $27,500 to the city of Grand View in Owyhee County.

The funds will be used to prepare a drinking water facility plan and environmental review. The purpose of the project is to evaluate the water system’s deficiencies and identify necessary improvements.

The total eligible cost of the project is $70,606. The remaining $43,106 will be funded by the city of Grand View.

Staff Contact

MaryAnna Peavey
Grants and Loans Bureau Chief
MaryAnna.Peavey@deq.idaho.gov