State Revolving Fund Program
The State Revolving Fund Program (SRF) was established in 1990 to enable North Dakota to receive federal capitalization grants as authorized under the Clean Water Act. In 1998, the SRF was amended to enable the State to receive capitalization grants as authorize under the Safe Drinking Water Act. The SRF grants, received from the United States Environmental Protection Agency, are to be used to make below-market interest rate loans to political subdivisions for the purpose of financing authorized projects, to establish reserve funds, and for other purposes allowed under the Clean Water and Safe Drinking Water Acts. Authorized projects under the SRF include wastewater treatment facilities, non-point source pollution control projects, and public water systems. The North Dakota Department of Health and the Authority jointly administer the SRF.
The interest rates on SRF loans are set by the Department of Health in consultation with the Authority. The interest rates are fixed for a term up to 20 years. Currently, the interest rate for all SRF loans is 2.5%, which includes a .5% administrative fee.
The SRF Program has been assigned ratings of "Aaa" by Moody's Investor's Service, Inc. and "AAA" by Standard & Poor's Ratings Services.
»Clean Water State Revolving Fund (2.8Mb pdf)
»Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (3.3Mb pdf)
»Bond Counsel (19kb pdf)
»SRF Project Flowchart (210kb pdf)
»SRF Program Project Manual (1.9Mb pdf)