2022 Urban Community Drought Relief Funding
Funding for the Program was authorized by the Legislature amending the Budget Act of 2021 ; DWR was allocated $200 million for Urban Communities, $75 million for Conservation for Urban Suppliers, and $75 million for Turf Replacement. The same Budget Act also authorized $100 million for the Small Community Drought Relief Program.
DWR is combining a portion of the Urban Community, Conservation for Urban Suppliers, and Turf Replacement Funding into a $300 million program. This is a separate program from the 2021 Urban and Multibenefit Drought Relief Solicitation.
|Tentative Schedule||Milestone or Activity|
|August 2022||Release of Draft GL/PSP|
|October 2022||Release of Final GL/PSP|
|October 10, 2022||DWR begins accepting applications|
|5pm, January 31, 2023||Final Deadline for Applications|
|December 2022 - March 2023||Announcement of Awards|
All applicants are encouraged to submit their applications electronically via GRanTS
Hard copy application packages can be submitted to:
California Department of Water Resources
Division of Regional Assistance, Financial Assistance Branch
715 P Street, 6th Floor, Mailbox 15
Sacramento, CA 94236-0001
Attn: Linda Woolridge
For questions regarding the Program, please contact the program by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Final 2022 Urban Community Drought Relief Program Guidelines/Proposal Solicitation Package
- Attachment 2 Self-Certification Form
- Attachment 3 Budget
- Attachment 4 Schedule
- Attachment 5 Wholesaler Summary Sheet Form
- Urban Community Drought Relief Agreement Template
- Urban Community Drought Relief Cost Share Calculator
- Frequently Asked Questions
Drought Related Pages
The California Grants Portal – your one destination to find all state grant and loan opportunities provided on a first-come or competitive basis. Visit grants.ca.gov to find funding opportunities for you and your community.
The federal grants portal provides an efficient way to search for federal grants, a learning center, applicant resources, and other helpful information.
The California Financing Coordinating Committee (CFCC) combines the resources of State and Federal funding agencies to provide a one-stop shop for information on available grants, loans and bond financing for infrastructure projects. Since 1998, the CFCC has conducted free funding fairs each year to educate the public and offer potential customers the opportunity to meet with financial representatives from each agency and learn more about their currently available funding programs.