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

February 24, 2022

Contact: MaryAnna Peavey, Grants and Loans Bureau Chief,

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.


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.

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