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99T23401Mesa Grande Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the capacity of the Mesa Grande Band's Environmental Program to include the development of an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), investment in programmatic support through initial training on the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through quarterly reporting, an end-of-year programmatic joint evaluation, and increased financial accountability.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $143,250 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$143,25010/01/201409/30/2018
99T23301HI Dept of HealthLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS PROGRAM - CORRECTIVE ACTION

The purpose of this Cooperative Agreement is to assist the State in the implementation and oversight of the Leaking Underground Storage Tanks (LUST) corrective action program and enforcement of the Underground Storage Tank (UST) regulations to ensure proper corrective action of the release of any petroleum product. Activities include program oversight and management, program improvement and implementation, enforcement of policies and procedures to compel corrective action of petroleum releases from USTs. The project will decrease the number of leaking underground storage tanks in the State of Hawaii.

This award provides partial EPA funding of $731,000 towards these efforts.
$731,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99T23201City of South TucsonBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000 for the City of South Tucson (COST) to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites in four target areas: auto-related sites, idle and/or underutilized industrial/ manufacturing properties, the southeast corner of COST, the El Paso and Southwest Greenways, and potential sites for affordable housing and neighborhood stabilization. The grantee plans to conduct approximately 24 Phase I assessments and 12 Phase II assessments. The project will build on momentum from previous Communitywide assessment grants and a recently completed job training grant.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T23101Tolani Lake Enterprises Inc.ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE COLLABORATIVE PROBLEM-SOLVING PROGRAM

The Puerco-Little Colorado River Watershed Navajo Community-Based Uranium Water Quality Assessment Project will: (1) conduct inclusive and culturally-grounded strategic planning to guide public education and policy on uranium contamination, (2) sample as many water sources as possible in the Puerco and Little Colorado River watersheds for uranium and other contaminants, and compile local use and exposure information for each sources, and (3) conduct public education to share test results. Tolani Lake Enterprises and partners will build on existing knowledge, identify concerns, raise awareness and expand collaboration to identify concerns and solutions for contaminated water sources.

This amendment revises the budget and project period start date from 10/01/14 to 8/15/14. The federal funding amount of $120,000.00 remains the same.
$120,00008/15/201410/31/2016
99T22901Navajo NationTRIBAL LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - CORRECTIVE ACTION

This agreement provides assistance to the Navajo Nation to implement its program for Leaking Underground Storage Tanks (LUST). The Navajo Nation LUST program will use these funds to further their efforts to address leaking underground storage tanks and abandoned sites across their lands. Specifically, the program will conduct site reviews, review site assessments reports, provide technical direction to responsible parties and direct/oversee LUST cleanup activities.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $465,000.
$465,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99T22801Environmental Health CoalitionENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE COLLABORATIVE-PROBLEM SOLVING PROGRAM

The project will bring together key stakeholders to collaborate in an effort to reduce air pollution in the low-income Latino neighborhood of Barrio Logan by creating a plant to implement Transportation and Land Use policies and other policies recommended in the Port of San Diego Climate Action Plan. The recipient will provide two training and convene seven workshops on the CAP issues. They will use the EPA CPS model to analyze the measures, develop a vision and set of priorities, identify strategies for realizing the vision, and create an action plan to implement measures that are practical, feasible, and benefit the community.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $120,000.
$120,00010/01/201409/30/2016
99T22701Nye CountyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for Nye County to work with the Rural Desert Southwest Brownfields Coalition to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites in the 6 county areas of Nye, Lincoln, Esmeralda, Inyo, White Pine, and Mineral. The project will focus on redevelopment opportunities in support of renewable energy related and other socio-economic redevelopment at former brownfields, including testing and manufacturing, innovative agriculture, and increase in tourism through revitalized retail and commercial industries.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $600,000.
$600,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T22601Northern Nevada Development AuthorityBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for the Northern Nevada Development Authority (NNDA) to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites in the Lyon and Churchill Counties, Nevada. Churchill and Lyon Counties are the coalition counties; NNDA is the managing partner. Target communities are the cities of Fallon, Yerington, and Fernley and unincorporated parts of the counties (5 target corridors). Up to 20 Phase I and 10 Phase II and up to 5 ABCAs will be developed.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $600,000. See terms and conditions. Preaward costs have been approved back to 08/01/2014.
$600,00008/01/201409/30/2017
99T22501CITY & COUNTY OF HONOLULUBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000 for the City and County of Honolulu to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites in the R City's Rapid Transit Rail project area.

See Terms and Conditions.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T22301Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc.GENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand Inter Tribal Council of Arizona's Environmental Protection Program to include building environmental capacity through assisting tribes with Solid Waste tasks, Air Quality tasks, disseminating relevant environmental information to tribal recipients, attending environmental trainings, work shops and conferences, and hosting the Arizona Tribal Managers meetings.

This assistance program provides federal funding in the amount of $315,820 for the two year period of 10/1/14 - 9/30/16.
$315,82010/01/201409/30/2018
99T22201Round Valley Indian TribesGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Round Valley Indian Tribe to plan, develop and establish capacity building of their environmental protection program through conducting environmental outreach and education events; updating their Solid Waste Management Implementatin Plan; attending Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC) meetings, the annual conference, and other environmental meetings; and searching for additional funding relevant to the tribe's needs.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $47,200 to support workplan activities through 9/30/2015.
$47,20010/01/201409/30/2018
99T22101Navajo NationTRIBAL LEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - LUST PREVENTION

This agreement provides assistance to the recipient to operate a tribal program to prevent against leaks from underground storage tank systems. Activities include: EPAct-related release prevention activities such as secondary containment and operator training; supporting tribes with inspections (including training inspectors), enforcement, and compliance assurance activities related to Federally-regulated UST systems; and database management activities related to release prevention.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount $320,000.
$320,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99T22015Gila River Indian CommunityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The objective of this project is to expand the Gila River Indian Community's (GRIC) Environmental Protection Program to include building environmental capacity through updating their EPA Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), closing illegal open dumps, writing environmental ordinances, attending relevant environmental training's, workshops and conferences, revaluate and revise pesticides risk based priority setting plan, developing a pesticide quality management plan, developing a website and purchasing recycling equipment. In addition, the purpose of this agreement is to support Gila River Indian Community Pesticides Office in ensuring that pesticides are manufactured, sold, used and stored according to FIFRA and the GRIC Pesticide Ordinance. This agreement aims to improve the understanding and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, protecting human health and the environment by implementing activities to monitor compliance and field program activities related to worker safety.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $612,304.
$612,30409/09/201409/30/2015
99T21901Guidiville Band of Pomo IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project for the Guidiville Rancheria is to develop and establish capacity building for environmental protection programs administered by EPA. Activities include increasing the tribal community's knowledge through networking with other environmental coordinators for information gathering and training; researching for other funding opportunities; and organizing community outreach and education to tribal members.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $92,000 for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15.
$92,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T21801Ak-Chin Indian CommunityCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, tribal rule development, public outreach, and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T21701City of San PabloBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for the City of San Pablo, CA to cleanup the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railroad track brownfields site(s), and conduct community involvement related to the cleanup activities of which 4.5 acres will be cleaned and redeveloped as the Rumrill Sports Complex.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $600,000. Pre-award costs are allowed back to 07/01/2014.
$600,00007/01/201409/30/2017
99T21601Girls 2000ENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING

This cooperative agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $200,000 for Hunters Point Family to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of the Bayview-Hunters Point are in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste and petroleum-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety. The project will operate four training cycles of 200+ hours in length during the two-year grant period, with 15 participants in each cycle. HAZWOPER and OSHA-10 training are required. Participants will be able to earn federal and state certifications during the course of their training.
$200,00010/01/201410/31/2017
99T21501Navajo NationTRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

This project provides funding for Navajo Nation tribal response program that includes timely survey and inventory of brownfield sites; oversight and enforcement authorities to ensure that response actions protect human health and the environment; resources to provide meaningful public involvement; mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plans and verification of complete responses.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $456,866 of which $21,310 is EPA In-Kind for an InterPersonnel Agreement (IPA).
$456,86610/01/201409/30/2015
99T21401Guam Environmental Protection AgencySTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM - SCHOOL BUS RETROFIT INITIATIVE

This project will assist the Guam EPA in implementing its clean school bus program. This project will retrofit Government of Guam-owned school buses with diesel oxidation catalysts and closed crankcase ventilation to achieve an average 30% or greater reduction in particulate matter. All vehicle retrofits will also reduce hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $25,561.
$25,56110/01/201409/30/2015
99T21301UNRPOLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS

The purpose of this project is to support and expand the activities of the pollution prevention center in Region 9 to serve both unique regional pollution prevention (P2) information needs and national audience needs for quality information on source reduction and related P2 practices. The goal for the Western Sustainability and Pollution Prevention Network (WSPPN) is to help state and local source reduction and pollution prevention (P2) programs maximize the effectiveness of their limited resources. By providing training, networking opportunities and up-to-date information to those technical assistance programs, who in turn provide direct assistance to business and industry, WSPPN encourages and supports the further dissemination of multi-media information to reduce the creation of pollutants and reduce or eliminate the use of toxic materials. Project activities include providing support and technical information into the national network of P2 information centers; holding regional and national webinars on pollution prevention on topics of interest to businesses; coordinating and expanding green business programs across the country; and supporting projects focused on food waste source reduction.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $100,912. See Terms and Conditions
$100,91210/01/201409/30/2015
99T21201North American Development BankWATER INFRASTRUCTURE - WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS ALONG THE US-MEXICO BORDER

This cooperative agreement will support the Border Environment Infrastructure Fund (BEIF) program. This program provides funds for design and construction of community water and wastewater infrastructure projects within 100 kilometers north and south of the US-Mexico border and for administrative and related costs to the implementation and oversight of these projects.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $2,000,000.
$2,000,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T21101Cypress Mandela Training Center IncENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING

This agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $200,000 for Cypress Mandela Training Center (CMTC) to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of Alameda County, CA in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety. CMTC will train 75 students in 6 training cycles.
$200,00010/01/201410/31/2017
99T21001Los Angeles Conservation CorpsENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING

This project provides funding for the grantee to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of Los Angeles in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety. The grantee plans to train and graduate 75 students and place at least 48 graduates in environmental technician jobs. The training program will consist of three, 254-hour training cycles that include coursework in HAZWOPER, environmental technologies, lead and asbestos abatement, refinery safety overview, forklift training, and general industry standards. Four certifications will be offered.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,000.
$200,00010/01/201410/31/2017
99T20901CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $501,807. The California State Water Resources Control Board is using the BEACH funds to implement and augment beach water quality monitoring and notification programs for coastal waters throughout the state.

See Terms and Conditions.
$501,80710/01/201409/30/2015
99T20801City of OrovilleBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - LAS PLUMAS LUMBER MILL

This project provides funding for the City of Oroville to characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites in the Las Plumas Lumber Mill area. The overall project goal is to redevelop the site as a retail complex with additional transportation access through the site.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $350,000. Preaward costs are approved back to July 1, 2014.
$350,00007/01/201410/31/2017
99T20701City of OrovilleBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - COMMUNITY-WIDE

This project provides funding for the City of Oroville to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites in the Industrial Focus Area 2 in southern Oroville. The project will focus on commercial revitalization in an area over 550 acres.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000. Preaward costs are approved back to July 1, 2014.
$400,00007/01/201410/31/2017
99T20601HI Dept of HealthSTATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

The Hawai'i Department of Health (DOH) will use funds to develop, implement and maintain their state response program. DOH will improve their capacity to provide a public record, survey and inventory Brownfield sites, enhance oversight and enforcement authorities, provide meaningful opportunities for public participation, improve mechanisms for cleanup approval, verification that a site has been cleaned up, and management of institutional controls. This funding in the amount of $980,850 will also support the State's Voluntary Cleanup Program and Hawai'i Brownfields Program.
$980,85010/01/201409/30/2015
99T20501City of MesaBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for the City of Mesa to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites along the Gilbert Road expansion. The grantee plans to conduct approximately 54 Phase I Assessments and 10 Phase II Assessments. The project will build help with assessments related to property acquisition for the Light Rail System that already extends along Main Street to Mesa Road.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T20301City of VisaliaBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for the City of Visalia to clean up the 522 Riverway East and West parcels brownfield sites, and conduct community involvement related to the cleanup activities. The 522 Riverway Cleanup Project creates a trail corridor which links regional trail users to the City of Visalia's 80 acres Riverway Sports Park by extending the existing St. John's Riverway rail through the project site.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T20201Yurok TribeCAA 103-TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities. This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $95,000 for the period of 10/1/14-9/30/15.
$95,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T20101Havasupai TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the capacity of the Havasupai Tribe's Environmental Program to include the development of a baseline needs assessment, the development and completion of an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), increased understanding of GAP and other capacity-building EPA programs by attending the EPA/Tribal Annual Conference, investment in personnel development for environmental staff through the creation of a training development plan, the development of a source separation facility proposal to further their Solid Waste Management Program, and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $118,200 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015, which is the first year of the grant. See Terms and Conditions.
$118,20010/01/201409/30/2018
99T20001Air Resources BoardPOLLUTION PREVENTION - CALIFORNIA GREEN BUSINESS PROGRAM

The California Green Business Program provides technical assistance and promotes pollutiion prevention set by the CAGBP (the only recognized Green Business Program in the State of California AB 913, Feuer, 2011). CAGBP operates and maintains the GreenBizTrack database that tracks environmental activities and achievements for small to medium-sized businesses. The project will support the operations of the system through improvements including necessary design and integration updates, metrics research and quality assurance/quality control management (QA/QC). Improving the the system will ease and speed the delivery of source reduction technical assistance to businesses and expand the number of certified green businesses to three new counties in the state of California.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $180,000.
$180,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T19901UNRPOLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS

The grantee will provide technical assistance to Nevada businesses and government operations for source reduction, energy efficiency and conservation practices. Grantee will conduct on-site visits, provide advice and guidance for the development and implementation of source reduction plans.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $100,002. See Terms and Conditions.
$100,00210/01/201409/30/2017
99T19801CA Dept of Toxic Subs ControlPOLLUTION PREVENTION - ALTERNATIVES ASSESSMENT FOR SAFER CONSUMER PRODUCTS

The focus of this grant will be to develop and expand the community of practice for alternative assessments (AAs) for chemicals in products. This will be accomplished through assessing tools for AAs, piloting AAs, developing guidance and replicable training modules on AA tools and approaches, and conducting training.

This agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $62,000.
$62,00010/01/201410/31/2017
99T19701Ramona Band of Cahuilla Mission IndiansTRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

The goal of this project is to assist the Ramona Band of Cahuilla Indians (RBOC) in the development and enhancement of their Tribal Brownfields Program and response and cleanup capacities. The Tribe will establish the four elements outlined under the response program. This includes evaluating, assessing and cleaning up of Brownfields sites in accordance with the Brownfields 128(a) program requirements, working on public records of cleanup sites, developing an inventory of potential Brownfields sites on tribal land, and developing legal authorities and regulations.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $100,000.00.
$100,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T19601BerkeleyPOLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS - GREENER SOLUTIONS

This project combines technical assistance with workforce training, helping businesses reduce the use of hazardous chemicals in products and manufacturing processes while providing career shaping experience in green chemistry and chemical selection to the next generation of chemists, engineers, product designers and environmental health scientists.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $115,406. Preaward costs have been approved back to August 1, 2014.
$115,40608/01/201407/31/2016
99T19501Redwood Valley Little River Band of Pomo IndiansNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to improve water quality by implenting the approved Nonpoint Source management plan which will ultimately reduce polluted runoff on the Redwood Valley Rancheria. Major activities include developing a wetland delineation for three ponds which are located on the Reservation as well as removal of sediment in blocked culverts on tribal land.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $30,000.00.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T19401Environmental ServicesBROWNSFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $400,000 for the City of Tucson to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites. The grantee plans to conduct approximately 42 Phase I Assessments and 8 Phase II Assessments. The project will build help with assessments related to property acquisition for the Downtown Links Project Area and to conduct assessment on properties along the Modern Streetcar route, where renewed interest of development has increased redevelopment.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T19301Fort Bidwell Indian CommunityDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - SOURCE WATER PROTECTION

The purpose of this project is to delineate source water protection areas, inventory potential contaminant sources, and assess susceptibility for the Fort Bidwell Indian Community Tribe that will ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources (source water) from contamination. This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $32,725.
$32,72510/01/201409/30/2015
99T19201County of MontereyBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for Monterey County to cleanup the San Lucas Library brownfields site and conduct community involvement related to the cleanup activities. The cleanup plan calls for removing contaminated soil for off-site disposal. Confirmation sampling will also be conducted to ensure that the cleanup goals have been met. The site will be redeveloped into a new library.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,000.
$200,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T19101Fort Mojave Indian TribeDRINKING WATER TRIBAL SET-ASIDE

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $196,811. Funds are being awarded to the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe to partially fund the construction of a new source well and a new 500,000 gallon storage tank in the South Valley area of the reservation, and to connect the existing California Village public water system to the public water systems in the South Valley area.

See Terms and Conditions.
$196,81110/01/201412/31/2015
99T19001Cahuilla Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Cahuilla Band of Indian's Environmental Program to include building capacity for environmental protection programs administered by EPA.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $115,612 for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15.
$115,61210/01/201409/30/2018
99T18601Fort McDowell Yavapai NationCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will monitor air quality, conduct public outreach, work with local and regional air quality stakeholders, and administer other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $118,000 which includes $3,000 for EPA in-kind cost for equipment audit contractual support. See Terms and Conditions.
$118,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T18501Mesa Community CollegeENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - URBAN AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION ACTIVITIES

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $81,600 to support the grantee's cutting-edge environmental program working with K-8th grade schools to teach STEM skills through urban agriculture and aquaponics in their greenhouse classroom and gardens. The grantee will offer an Associate in Applied Science and Certificate of Completion in Sustainable Urban Agriculture, and will offer train-the-trainer workshops with volunteers who will help 5-7 schools receive sub-grants to develop aquaponics systems that will teach 1,000-1,500 K-8th grade students.
$81,60008/01/201407/31/2016
99T18401Mechoopda Indian TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand Mechoopda Indian Tribe's Environmental Protection Program to include building environmental capacity through finalizing the Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan, evaluating potential impacts of climate change on tribal environment, and evaluating the water outreach program.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $414,100 to support activities for the period of 10/1/14 to 9/30/16. See Terms and Conditions.
$414,10010/01/201409/30/2018
99T18301Pyramid Lake Paiute TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Tribe's Environmental Protection Program to support outreach and education efforts; consultation and coordination with tribal and non-tribal entities; participation in resource management planning efforts; administration and coordination of multiple environmental programs; pursuit of environmental protection funding; attending environmental meetings, including the Regional Tribal Operations Committee and the annual Tribal/EPA conference; developing a staff training plan; and, updating environmental ordinances including the illegal dumping ordinance.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $352,300 to support workplan activities through 8/31/2016.
$352,30009/01/201408/31/2018
99T18101San Jose State UniversityWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - BAR BUILT ESTUARIES

Establish a wetland habitat restoration and management prioritization tool for Bar Built Estuaries (BBEs). Create a comprehensive geo-referenced database of BBEs resources managed by California State Parks. Combine these data with estuary water elevation, California Rapid Assessment Methodology (CRAM) assessments and watershed stressor data to link watershed stress and local condition.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $322,800. See terms and conditions.
$322,80010/01/201409/30/2017
99T18001Rincon Band of Luiseno IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to build the environmental capacity of the Rincon Tribe's Environmental Program through the development of policies to manage the environmental program, developing procedures for the community to report environmental concerns, developing a process for the Tribe to work with regulated entities on the reservation, developing new outreach methods and attending training.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $79,900 for the period of 10/01/2014 - 09/30/2015.
$79,90010/01/201409/30/2018
99T17901Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is to build the environmental program capacity of the Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians to develop and establish an environmental protection program consistent with those administered by the EPA. The Tribe is developing a EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan, attending training and conferences, meeting with local governments on illegal dumping issues and implementing a solid waste management program. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $94,800. This funding is for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15.
$94,80010/01/201409/30/2018
99T17801Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $88,000.
$88,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T17701Children's Defense FundENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION - MAUKA TO MAKAI

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $199,978 to The Children's Defense Fund to implement an environmental education project that will increase student, educator and community understanding of environmental issues impacting Hawaii. This project will expand student, educator, family, and community knowledge of critical Hawaiian high elevation mountain, native forest, coastal, coral reef, and deepwater marine ecosystems; explore the impact climate change may have on vulnerable ecosystems; study diverse water quality, habitat and wildlife topics; and highlight the local, regional and national importance of these natural resources.

Preaward costs are approved back to June 1, 2014.
$199,97806/01/201405/31/2016
99T17601Berry Creek RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand Berry Creek Rancheria's Environmental Protection Program to include building environmental capacity through conducting community outreach to document the community environmental and solid waste needs, finalizing the environmental inventory in preparation of the FY16 EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan completion, and drafting an integrated solid waste management plan.

This award provides $50,000 of federal funding for the period of 10/1/14 to 9/30/15, which is the first year of the GAP grant.
$50,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T17501HI Dept of HealthBEACH MONITORING AND NOTIFICATION PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $312,000 to continue the implementation of the State's beach water quality monitoring and public notification programs conducted by the Hawaii Department of Health, as required by the Beaches Environmental Assessment and Coastal Health (BEACH) Act.
$312,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99T17401HI Dept of HealthLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS (LUST) PROGRAM - PREVENTION

This agreement provides assistance to the recipient to operate a state program to protect against leaks from underground storage tank (UST) systems. Activities include: EPA-related release prevention activities such as secondary containment and operator training; supporting states with inspections (including training inspectors), enforcement, and compliance assurance activities related for Federally-regulated UST systems; and database management activities related to release prevention.

This award provides partial EPA funding in the amount of $316,000 towards these efforts.
$316,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99T17301San Carlos Apache TribeWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT

The purpose of this project is for the San Carlos Apache Tribe's further development of their wetland program and protection of their wetland riparian by continuing to develop their Wetlands Program Plan.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $88,700.
$88,70010/01/201409/30/2016
99T17101White Mountain Apache TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T17001Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta ConservancyWETLAND PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT-VISUALIZING AND SHARING INTENSIVE DATA ASSESSMENTS

The Delta Conservancy will: (a) collect high-priority datasets with strategic value for the Bay-Delta region, (b) visualize those datasets geospatially, (c) share those datasets via web services, and (d) implement the best available planning measures for restoration and mitigation projects. This data will be standardized and incorporated into EcoAtlas, a public online mapping tool for visualizing the condition and extent of California's aquatic resources.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $250,000.00.
$250,00010/01/201409/01/2017
99T16901Iipay Nation of Santa YsabelGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the capacity of the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel's Environmental Program to include the development of portions of an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), an Earth Day event focused on composting, development of an antidegradation ordinance, a drought contingency plan for the entire reservation, and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $108,800. This funding is for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$108,80010/01/201409/30/2018
99T16801Aquatic Science CenterWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - LAHONTAN ECOATLAS DEVELOPMENT

This agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $68,035 for a two-year project to create an EcoAtlas user community for the Lahontan region of the Sierra Nevada. This project will evaluate EcoAtlas applications currently being created through other state and federal grants to remotely map wetland projects and upload wetland information, plan riparian buffers, and generate automated profiles of wetland condition in a watershed context. The outputs from this project will have stand-alone benefits, but will also support separate but related proposals to develop a business plan for EcoAtlas and to determine the feasibility of Phase 2 of the CA Wetland and Riparian Area Protection Policy.
$68,03509/01/201406/30/2016
99T16701La Posta Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the Tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The Tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.00.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T16601Pit River TribeDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS - DRINKING WATER SOURCE

The purpose of this project is to delineate source water protection areas, inventory potential contaminant sources, and assess susceptibility to ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources (source water) from contamination.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $44,346 for a period of 10/01/2014 to 09/30/2015. See Terms and Conditions.
$44,34610/01/201409/30/2015
99T16501CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - CA STATE WETLANDS PROTECTION

The project will assist the CA State Board Water Board in developing a wetland water quality control plan. The project includes watershed assessment demonstration projects with Regional Water Boards; developing training materials for Water Board Staff; developing a "business plan" for long-term stewardship of wetland assessment and reporting tools used by the state (including Eco Atlas and CRAM); and, conducting an assessment of regulatory applications of the California Rapid Assessment Method for Wetlands (CRAM). This work will allow the state to better protect wetlands and water quality, and supports the CA Wetland and Riparian Area Monitoring Plan.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $300,000. See terms and conditions.
$300,00010/01/201411/30/2016
99T16401Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleyGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Shoshone-Paiute Tribe of the Duck Valley Reservation to plan, develop and establish the capability for environmental protection programs. The Tribe is developing a Tribal Climate Change risk assessment, an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan, a Tribal solid waste ordinance and a Tribal air program; providing guidance and training to environmental staff, Tribal Council and Tribal members; and searching for additional funding opportunities relevant to the Tribe's needs.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $304,780 to support activities through 09/30/2016.
$304,78010/01/201409/30/2018
99T16301Yurok TribeDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

The purpose of this project is to delineate source water protection areas, inventory potential contaminant sources, and assess susceptibility for the Yurok Tribe that will ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources (source water) from contamination. This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $88,549.
$88,54910/15/201410/31/2015
99T16201Round Valley Indian TribesNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The agreement will provide assistance to identify nonpoint source threats to surface water and the best management practices to remediate the threats; assess and select unused roads to abandon and fence entrances; educate the community; and, conduct environmental clean up days. These activities help to achieve the Tribe's goal to reduce water pollution from erosion and sedimentation on the reservation.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $30,000.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T16101Reno Sparks Indian ColonyCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000. Activities include monitoring reservation-wide air and emissions, developing an air regulatory program, issuing operating permits, providing community education and outreach, and participating in regional and national initiatives to improve air quality. These activities support the tribe's goal to protect the health of the tribal community.
$60,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T16001Big Lagoon RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement is to expand the Big Lagoon Tribe's Environmental Program to include capacity building for conducting a solid waste assessment, development of a Tribal Community-Based Advisory group, environmental outreach and education activities, and development of a Pollution Prevention Policy. This award of $165,500 in federal funding is for the period of 10/1/2014 - 09/30/2015.
$165,50010/01/201409/30/2018
99T15901Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone ReservationGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Lone Pine Paiute Shoshone Tribe's Environmental Program to include capacity building for the Tribe's education and outreach program, development of a climate change vulnerability assessment, and collaboration on regional environmental issues with federal, state, and local agencies regarding projects that may impact the reservation's environment. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $297,000. These funds support activities from October 1, 2014 to September 30, 2016.
$297,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T15801Pala Band Of Mission IndiansDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this project is to delineate source water protection areas, inventory potential contaminant sources, and assess susceptibility for the Pala Band of Mission Indians Tribe that will ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources (source water) from contamination.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $22,000.
$22,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T15601CA State Coastal ConservancyWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - SO. CA WETLANDS RECOVERY PROJECT

This project's objective is to update the Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project Regional Strateby in order to protect and restore watersheds and aquatic ecosystems for habitat goals for coastal wetlands and develop guidance for selection, design and prioritization of site-specific restoration projects. It will also develop an In-Lieu Fee program to help fund priority projects from the Regional Strategy.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $324,888 for the period of 09/01/2014 to 09/01/2015.
$324,88809/01/201409/01/2017
99T15501Cortina Band of Wintun IndiansCAA 103- TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $72,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$72,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T15401Ramona Band of Cahuilla Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Ramona Band of Cahuilla to plan, develop and establish capacity building for environmental protection programs administered by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Tribe is attending training and meetings such as the Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC), annual conference; organizing and conducting training education and outreach on waste management, clean water protection and energy efficiency; and managing the Tribe's Environmental Office including timely submission of progress reports.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $72,000.00 for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15, which is the 1st year of a 4-year grant.
$72,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T15301Walker River Paiute TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $50,000. The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.
$50,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T15201Western States Air Resources CouncilCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - OPERATIONS; TRAINING; STATE SUPPORT; WRAP; AND REGIONAL HAZE

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $915,738 to support Year 1 of a three year grant funding period through 12/31/2017. Therefore, any additional federal funds are contingent upon Federal appropriations.

WESTAR provides training as well as policy and technical support to 15 western states. EPA funding will further the specific interests of the member states by providing a forum for sharing information, identifying air quality issues, focusing resources on common goals, coordinating research, delivering training programs, and developing policy. In addition, WESTAR supports the Western Regional Air Partnership (WRAP) and Western states and tribes providing technical assistance on regional air quality management issues � for example, in developing Regional Haze State Implementation Plans under CFR Section 51.308 and 51.309, which are the requirements to implement visibility protection for Federal Class areas under 169A of the Clean Air Act (CAA). The projects described assist with regional haze planning and implementation by providing technical data and analytical results in support of implementation plan completion, review, approval, and tracking.

Pre-Award Costs are approved back to 09/01/2014.
$915,73809/01/201412/31/2017
99T15101Shingle Springs RancheriaNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $30,000 to clean up streams in Shingle Springs Rancheria, erosion control, and community outreach which will reduce water pollution from erosion and sedimentation on the reservation.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T15001Bishop Indian Tribal CouncilCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $98,910 to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.
$98,91010/01/201409/30/2015
99T14901Fort Independence ReservationCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $92,000.
$92,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T14801Moapa Band of PaiutesCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the Tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The Tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000.00.
$60,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T14715Ak-Chin Indian CommunityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The purpose of this agreement is to support the Ak-Chin Indian Community in ensuring that pesticides are used, sold and distributed in accordance with the Tribe's Pesticide Ordinance and the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), as amended. The Pesticide Control Officer will conduct pesticide inspections; monitor compliance with the tribe's Pesticide Ordinance and use requirements on U.S. EPA-approved labels; and ensure that pesticides sold at local retailers are registered with U.S. EPA.

This award provides partial federal funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/201409/30/2016
99T14601Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $94,000, of which $14,000 is set-aside for EPA In-kind services.
$94,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T14501The Hopi TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000 to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

See Terms and Conditions.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T14401Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this project is to delineate source water protection areas, inventory potential contaminant sources, and assess susceptibility for the Pauma Band of Mission Indians Tribe that will ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources from contamination.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $31,354.
$31,35410/01/201409/30/2015
99T14301Pyramid Lake Paiute TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $70,000.
$70,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T14201Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to build the environmental capacity of the Pauma Tribe's Environmental Program through the development of an environmental program, developing a staff training plan, attending Geographic Information Systems training, and completing an environmental inventory and a baseline needs assessment.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $79,836 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$79,83610/01/201409/30/2018
99T14101Cabazon Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $105,000, of which $3,000 is set aside for EPA in-kind services.
$105,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T13801Yerington Paiute TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $70,000.
$70,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T13701Wells Band CouncilGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $119,500. This action is to support Year 1 of workplan activities through September 30, 2015, although the General Assistance Program's 4-year project and budget periods are October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2018.

NOTE: Special Terms and Conditions per 'High Risk' designation letter, dated September 25, 2014.

The objective of the project is for the Wells Band Council to plan, develop and establish the capability for developing environmental protection programs administered by EPA. The Tribe is developing a climate change adaptation plan, developing a recycling program, developing a Tribal environmental education program, and researching additional funding opportunities relevant to the Tribe's needs.
$119,50010/01/201409/30/2018
99T13601Manzanita Band of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $69,402.
$69,40210/01/201409/30/2015
99T13501La Jolla Band of Luiseno IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $81,000.
$81,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T13401Las Vegas Paiute TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the Tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The Tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This grant provides full federal funding in the amount of $70,000.00.
$70,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T13301Cold Springs RancheriaNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to improve water quality by implementing the management plan which will ultimately reduce polluted runoff on Cold Springs Rancheria. In addition, activities include restoration along Tribal streams and creeks, staff training, and outreach and education to increase public knowledge of water pollution prevention strategies.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $30,000.00.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T13101LAURBAN WATERS - NEIGHBORHOOD ASSESSMENT OF INDUSTRIAL SOURCES OF STOMWATER POLLUTION

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $59,965 for an educational program to connect communitites to the Los Angeles River by engaging high school students from the Los Angeles Unified School District. The project consists of developing the students to understand the issues related to the Los Angeles River and then having the students perform outreach to the community around Compton Creek. UCLA, along with the Los Angeles Waterkeeper, will conduct a series of training sessions that will include lessons on stormwater pollution, the hydrological cycle, Clean Water Act, permits, and how to sample and conduct monitoring in the creek. These training sessions will allow the students to use the knowledge gained to educate the community about the ways to reduce the pollution impacts to Compton Creek.
$59,96508/01/201407/31/2015
99T13001Viejas Band of Kumeyaay IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians' Environmental Program to include building staff capacity via training, creating a robust community outreach and education program, networking with other federal and state agencies to build awareness of activities happening around the reservation, completing an EPA/Tribal Environmental Plan, as well as general administrative and financial management.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $62,500 for the period of 10/1/2014 to 09/30/2015.
$62,50010/01/201409/30/2018
99T12901Yurok TribeTRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

The Yurok Tribe will use this cooperative agreement to develop and enhance a Tribal Brownfields Program. The Tribe will establish the four elements outlined under the response program. The Tribe will specifically conduct a brownfields inventory, site specific activities, review and enhance tribal laws, develop a public record of brownfields sites and ensure public participation. Funds will also be used for assessments at specificed sites. This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $236,927.
$236,92710/01/201409/30/2015
99T12801Morongo Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $116,000 which includes $3,000 for an audit of ozone monitoring network support. See Terms and Conditions.
$116,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T12715Colorado River Indian TribesPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

These funds support further development and administration of the Tribe's Water Pollution Control and Nonpoint Source Programs. Major activities include: water quality monitoring, reduction of nonpoint source erosion/sediment deposits; and overall administration of the Tribe's environmental protection program.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $97,125.
$97,12510/01/201409/30/2015
99T12615Big Sandy Rancheria of Western Mono IndiansFY15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to develop Big Sandy Rancheria's water pollution control program through the creation of a monitoring strategy to conduct surface water quality monitoring and analyze collected water quality data in order to assess and manage water quality on the reservation lands.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $35,000.
$35,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T12501Pala Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $112,000, which includes $3,000 of EPA in-kind for the National Performance Audit Program.
$112,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T12401Hopland Band of Pomo IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Hopland Tribe's Environmental Program to include building staff capacity by attending relevant environmental trainings, conferences and workshop, providing community outreach and environmental education, and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $140,000 for a period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015, which is the first year of the GAP grant.
$140,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T12201Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla and Cupeno IndiansNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to improve water quality by implementing the management plan which will ultimately reduce polluted runoff on the Los Coyotes Indian Reservation. Major activities include restoration of San Ysidro Creek, removing invasive plant species and revegetating with native species, and community outreach and education to increase public knowledge of water pollution prevention strategies.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $30,000.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T12101Hoopa Valley Tribal CouncilDRINKING WATER TRIBAL SET-ASIDE - TELESCOPE TREATMENT PLANT

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $423,000 to install a baffled clearwell tank to increase contact time. The Telescope treatment plant treats surface water and ground water under the influence of surface water, and the plant currently violates surface water disinfection requirements. This project will bring the water system into compliance with these requirements.
$423,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T12001Air Resources BoardSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM - SCHOOL BUS RETROFIT

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) plans to use this FY 2014 State Clean Diesel Grant Program funding to retrofit school buses with CARB-verified Level 3 diesel emission control strategies that achieve at least an 85 percent reduction in particulate matter (PM). This project may also include replacements. All vehicle retrofits and replacements will reduce hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxide. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $249,792.
$249,79210/01/201409/30/2015
99T11901HI Dept of HealthSTATE CLEAN DIESEL GRANT PROGRAM - DIESEL RETROFITTING IN HAWAII

The Hawaii Department of Health plans to use curent fiscal year State Clean Diesel Grant Program funding to retrofit refuse trucks with diesel particulate filters (DPFs) verified by the EPA and California Air Resources Board (CARB). All vehicle retrofits will reduce hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen oxide.

This agreement provides fulll federal funding in the amount of $78,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$78,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T11801Ak-Chin Indian CommunityNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to improve water quality by implementing the management plan which will ultimately reduce polluted runoff in the Ak-Chin Indian Community. In addition, activities include restoration and maintenance of water quality through erosion control and bank stabilization.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $30,000. See terms and conditions.
$30,00007/01/201406/30/2015
99T11701Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone ReservationCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $122,000 for this project.
$122,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T11601CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM -LUST PREVENTION

This project provides support to the state to develop and maintain their inspection and enforcement program to prevent and detect releases from underground storage tanks (USTs) in accordance with the Solid Waste Disposal Act as amended by the Energy Policy Act of 2005, referred to as the LUST Prevention Program. This program specifically funds the states to improve their underground storage tanks regulatory program by requiring secondary containment of UST systems, UST operator training, delivery prohibition to non-compliant tanks and other provisions required by the SWDA for states receiving LUST Trust Funds. This award provides partial federal funding in the amount of $773,000, which includes $593,000 for EPA in-kind services.
$773,00007/01/201406/30/2019
99T11401Fort McDowell Yavapai NationGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (GAP)

The objective of this project is to expand Ft. McDowell Yavapai Nation's Environmental Program to include updating their baseline needs assessment, developing a community outreach and environmental education program, building staff capacity by the staff attending necessary environmental training opportunities as well as general administrative and financial management of the General Assistance Program (GAP) Grant.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $111,500 for the period of 7/1/2014 to 6/30/2015. See Terms and Conditions. Preaward costs have been approved back to 7/1/14.
$111,50007/01/201406/30/2018
99T11301Yomba Shoshone TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000 to support Year 1 of workplan activities through June 30, 2015; although, the General Assistance Program's (GAP) 4-year project/budget period is July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2018.

The objective of this project is to expand the Yomba Shoshone Tribe's Environmental Program to include building staff capacity via training, creating a robust community outreach and education program, networking with other federal and state agencies to build awareness of activities happening around the reservation, as well as general administrative and financial management of the GAP grant.

Pre-Award costs are approved back to July 1, 2014.
$60,00007/01/201406/30/2018
99T11201Campo Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $80,000 to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.
$80,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T11101White Mountain Apache TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the White Mountain Apache Tribe's Environmental Program to include increased participation at Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC) meetings as the new Central AZ RTOC representative, investment in career development for environmental staff through the creation of a career development plan, evaluation of current outreach methods that address public health and environmental issues, and ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $145,200 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$145,20010/01/201409/30/2018
99T11001Chicken Ranch RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Chicken Ranch Rancheria to plan, develop and establish the capability for developing environmental protection programs administered by EPA. The Tribe is developing a baseline needs assessment for the Tribal community; developing a basic environmental program and environmental data systems for collection and storage of environmental data; developing a Tribal environmental education program; developing Geographic Information System capabilities to gather environmental information on Tribal lands; and, searching for additional funding opportunities relevant to the Tribe's needs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000 for the period of 10/01/14 to 09/30/15.
$75,00010/01/201409/30/2018
99T10901Big Pine Paiute Tribe of Owens ValleyGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This cooperative agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $157,800 to expand the Big Pine Paiute Tribe's Environmental Program to include development of an EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan, training for environmental staff, outreach and education on solid waste management, air quality and climate change, and development of a Tribal Environmental Advisory Board.

This award provides funding for a period of 10/1/2014 - 09/30/2015, which is the first year of the GAP grant.
$157,80010/01/201409/30/2018
99T10801Washoe Tribe of NV & CAGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Washoe Tribe's Environmental Program to include participation in Tahoe Regional Planning Agency meetings, Climate Change Workshops and Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit Planning efforts. The Tribe will also develop an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan, update their Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan, and continue developing plans and tools as part of developing a Climate Change Mitigation Plan. The Tribe will ensure compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability, provide outreach and education to community members by hosting Earth Week events, and submitting informative environmental articles to the Tribal newsletter. The Tribe will also develop and implement a recycling program for each of the five communities.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $341,509, which includes $120,029 for solid waste implemation activities, for the period through 6/30/2015.
$341,50907/01/201406/30/2018
99T10701Table Mountain RancheriaCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $70,000 to Table Mountain Rancheria to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.
$70,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T10501NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - LUST PREVENTION

This project provides support to the state to develop and maintain their inspection and enforcement program to prevent and detect releases from underground storage tanks (UST's) in accordance with the Solid Waste Disposal Act (SWDA) as amended by the Energy Policy Act of 2005, referred to as the UST Prevention program. This project specifically funds the states efforts to improve their underground storage tanks regulatory program by requiring secondary containment of UST systems, UST operator training, delivery prohibition to non-compliant tanks and other provisions required by the SWDA for states receiving LUST Trust Funds.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $354,000.
$354,00007/01/201406/30/2019
99T10401NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - CORRECTIVE ACTION

The purpose of the Nevada Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Cooperative Agreement is to assist the State in the implementation and oversight of the LUST corrective action program and enforcement of the UST regulations to ensure proper corrective action of the release of any petroleum product. Activities include program oversight and management, program improvement and implementation, enforcement of policies and procedures to compel corrective action of any petroleum release. The project will decrease the number of leaking underground storage tanks in the State of Nevada.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $624,000.
$624,00007/01/201406/30/2019
99T10301CA State Water Res Ctrl BrdLEAKING UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM - CORRECTIVE ACTION

The purpose of the California Leaking Underground Storage Tank (LUST) Cooperative Agreement is to assist the State in the implementation and oversight of the LUST corrective action program and enforcement of the UST regulations to ensure proper corrective action of the release of any petroleum product. Activities include program oversight and management, program improvement and implementation, enforcement of policies and procedures to compel corrective action of petroleum releases from underground storage tanks. The project will decrease the number of leaking underground storage tanks in the State of California.
Preaward costs are approved back to July 1, 2014.
$3,291,00007/01/201406/30/2019
99T10201Elko Band CouncilGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $131,303 to support Year 1 of workplan activities through September 30, 2015; although, the General Assistance Program's 4-year project/budget period is October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2018.

The objective of the project is for the Elko Band to plan, develop and establish the capability for developing environmental protection programs administered by EPA. The Tribe is developing a Geographic Information System (GIS) program; developing a workgroup of tribal, local and county officials to work on illegal dumping issues on reservation lands; providing guidance and training to environmental staff, Tribal Council and Tribal members; and researching additional funding opportunities relevant to the Tribe's needs.
$131,30310/01/201409/30/2018
99T10101Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority (MRCA)URBAN WATERS -RIVER AMBASSADORS

This project is a educational program to connect communities to the Los Angeles River by engaging high school students from the Los Angeles Unified School District. The project consists of developing the students to become River Ambassadors and then having the students perform outreach to the community. The grantee will conduct a series of training sessions that will include topics such as, conservation, river ecology, watershed health, and strategies for community outreach. These training session will enable the students to become River Ambassadors who will create outreach presentations and river walks with the local community. This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $55,021.
$55,02107/01/201406/30/2016
99T10001Colorado River Indian TribesGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Colorado River Indian Tribes' Environmental Program to include finalizing Environmental Protection Agency Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP), finalize Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan (ISWMP), and begin revision of hazardous waste codes based on the ISWMP.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $75,100 for a period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015. See terms and conditions.
$75,10010/01/201409/30/2018
99T09901Table Mountain RancheriaNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $30,000 to improve water quality by implemening the management plan which will ultimately reduce polluted runoff on Table Mountatin Rancheria. In addition, activities include restoration around the Tribal pond, overseeing construction best management practicies, staff training, and outreach and education to increase public knowledge of water pollution prevention strategies.
$30,00010/01/201409/30/2015
99T09801Elem Indian ColonyGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand Elem Indian Colony's Environmental Program to include: developing an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan; updating the air quality assurance project plan (QAPP); ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through efficient grant management and increased financial accountability; participating at the Regional Tribal Operations Committee (RTOC) meetings and the Tribal/EPA Annual Conference; and providing training to environmental staff.
$74,20008/01/201409/30/2015
99T09701Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleyNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to stabilize eroding stream banks and restore vegetation by installing livestock off-site watering facilitiites to reduce sediment and nutrients to Jones Creek, Indian Creek and the Owyhee River. In addition, activities include outreach and education to increase community knowledge of pollution prvetnion strategies and to repair existing best management practices so they continue to reduce nonpoint source pollution.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $130,000.
$130,00010/01/201412/31/2015
99T09601Dept of Public WorksBROWNFIELD ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for the City of Los Angeles to inventory, characterize, assess, and conduct cleanup planning and community involvement related activities for Brownfields sites in low income and blighted neighborhoods throughout the City. The grantee plans to conduct a minimum of 10 Phase I Assessments and 4 Phase II Assessments. The project will build on momentum from previous Communitywide assessment grants and a recently completed job training grant.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000.00.
$400,00010/01/201409/30/2017
99T09501Walker River Paiute TribeNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $119,834. The purpose of this project is to complete a sediment control basin and bank stabilization project to decrease sediment and nonpoint source pollution from an irrigation return flow ditch into the Walker River.
$119,83410/01/201409/30/2015
99T09401Fort Mojave Indian TribeNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to improve water quality by implementing the management plan which will ultimately reduce polluted runoff on the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation. Activities include survey of nonpoint source impaired waters, prioritization of nonpoint source restoration projects, and continued development of a Watershed-based Plan.

This agreement provide federal funding in the amount of $30,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$30,00007/01/201406/30/2015
99T09301South Coast AQMDPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $912,797 (which includes $132,342 for in-kind costs for PM2.5 EPA contractual support). The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$912,79704/01/201403/31/2015
99T09201Elem Indian ColonySUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - SULPHUR BANK MERCURY MINE

This project will allow the Elem Indian Colony to support Superfund response efforts at the Sulphur Bank Mercury Mine site during the implementation of the Superfund Remedial Action, specifically by enabling the Tribe to participate in site inspection and monitoring activities. The Tribe's participation will help ensure the protection of Tribal resources.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $84,497.
$84,49707/01/201409/30/2015
99T09101Air Resources BoardPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $847,362. This amount includes $132,342 for EPA "in-kind" assistance.

Pre-Award costs are approved back to April 1, 2014.
$847,36204/01/201403/31/2015
99T08901Pima Cnty Dept of Env QualityPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the Pima County Department of Environmental Quality (PDEQ) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine reductions in air emissions.

This Assistance Agreement provies full federal assistnce in the amount of $196,524 which includes $52,834 for in-kind costs for PM 2.5 EPA contractual support. Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014. See Terms and Conditions.
$196,52404/01/201403/31/2015
99T08801Maricopa County Air Quality DepartmentPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the Maricopa County Air Quality Department (MCAQD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine reductions in air emissions.

This Assistance Agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $148,100. Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014. See Terms and Conditions.
$148,10004/01/201403/31/2015
99T08701AZ Dept of Env QualityPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine reductions in air emissions.

This assistance agreement provides full federal assistance in the amount of $501,594 which includes $297,834 for in-kind costs for PM 2.5 EPA contractual support. Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014. See Terms and Conditions.
$501,59404/01/201403/31/2015
99T08601CA Air Pollution Control Officers AssnPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $294,455. The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the California Air Pollution Control Officers Association (CAPCOA) to pass through to small non-grantee air districts to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014
$294,45504/01/201403/31/2015
99T08501Sacramento Metropolitan AQMDPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $102,634 (which includes $52,834 for in-kind costs for PM2.5 EPA contractual support). The purpose of this grant is to provide Fiscal Year 2014 funding to the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District (SMAQMD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$102,63404/01/201403/31/2015
99T08401Washoe Cnty Dist Hlth DeptPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $96,034 (which includes $52,834 for in-kind costs for PM2.5 EPA contractual support). The purpose is to provide current year funding to the Washoe County Department of Health (WCDHD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$96,03404/01/201403/31/2015
99T08301Ventura County APCDPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $71,570. The purpose is to provide current year funding to Ventura County Air Pollution Control District (VCAPCD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$71,57004/01/201403/31/2015
99T08201Clark County Dept of Air QualityPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this assistance agreement is for the Clark County Air Quality Management to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $186,614 which includes $52,834 of EPA in-kind services. Preaward costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$186,61404/01/201403/31/2015
99T08101NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResNV DCNR PM2.5 FY2014

The purpose of this grant is to provide funding to the State Of Nevada Department of Conservation & Natural Resources/Division of Environmental Protection (NVDCNR/DEP) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM2.5 national ambient air quality standard and determine reductions in air emissions.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $17,750. Pre-Award costs are approved back to 04/01/2014.
$17,75004/01/201403/31/2015
99T08001Bay Area AQMDPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide funding to the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $247,665.00 plus $52,834.00 set-aside for EPA in-kind to conduct Speciation Trends Network (STN) analysis.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$300,49904/01/201403/31/2015
99T07901San Joaquin Valley Unified APCDPM2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide current year funding to the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District (SJVUAPCD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of 137,500.00.

Pre-award costs were approved back to April 1, 2014.
$137,50004/01/201403/31/2015
99T07801Monterey Bay Unified APCDPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this grant is to provide current year funding to the Monterey Bay Unified Air Pollution Control District (MBUAPCD) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM 2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM 2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $31,300.00.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to April 1, 2014.
$31,30004/01/201403/31/2015
99T07701HI Dept of HealthCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - - PM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this Grant Agreement is to provide current year funding to the State of Hawaii/Department of Health (HIDOH) to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5) in order to determine compliance with the PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards and determine deductions in air emissions. This award provides EPA funding in the amount of $190,389 which includes $137,555 in direct funding to HIDOH and $52,834 for EPA in-kind contractual services.
$190,38904/01/201403/31/2015
99T07601Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleySUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - RIO TINTO MINE

This project will allow the Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck Valley to support Superfund response efforts at the Rio Tinto Mine Site during the implementation of the Superfund Remedial Action, specifically by enabling the Tribes to participate in site inspection and monitoring activities. The Tribes' participation will help ensure the protection of Tribal resources, specifically water quality in the East Fork Owyhee River, which is potentailly impacted by the mine site.
$100,00005/01/201404/30/2016
99T07501East Bay Regional Park DistrictSF BAY WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND

The East Bay Regional Park District's project will create, restore, and enhance 164.4 acres of wetlands and habitat at Breuner Marsh, an historic tidal and seasonal wetland area located in Point Pinole Regional Shoreline Park in Contra Costa County, California. The goal of this project is to create long-term, self-sustaining tidal wetlands, seasonal wetlands, and coastal prairie, provide valuable habitat for special status species, improve Bay water quality, provide public access for compatible, passive recreation and educate the public on the importance of wetlands. This project implements habitat and water quality actions listed under the San Francisco Estuary Partnership's Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (SFEP CCMP). Measurement of environmental outcomes will be developed in the Qualtiy Assurance Project Plan (QAPP).

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,500,000.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to 01/13/2014.
$1,500,00001/13/201412/30/2016
99T07401East Bay Municipal Utility DistrictSF BAY WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND - REDUCE NUTRIENT INPUTS

This project will pilot-test technologies to reduce nutrient inputs to San Francisco Bay (SFB) by: 1) conducting bench and pilot testing at the wastewater treatement plants (WWTPs) that discharge to SFB to evaluate new best-available treatment technologies for nutrient-rich sidestreams in municipal WWTPs; 2) assessing water quality improvements from sidestream treatment with sophisticated computer modeling; and 3) developing an integrated cost-effective publicly-owned treatment works (POTW) approach for achieving nutrient load reductions in SFB. This project implements water quality actions.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $517,650.
$517,65001/31/201401/31/2016
99T07301County of NapaSF BAY WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND - OAKVILLE TO OAK KNOLL REACH RESTORATION

This project will design and construct portions of the Oakville to Oaknoll (OVOK) Reach of the Napa River to reduce fine sediment loading from bank erosion as part of implementing the Napa River sediment Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL). The project will include widening the channel, enhancing the floodplain, reducing channel bank erosion, and improving aquatic habitat through a joint public-private partnership. Project benefits include restoring 5-10 acres of riparian habitat, stabilizing over 1300 linear feet of streambank, and reducing the input of over 34,000 cubic yards of fine sediment into the Napa River. In addition, this project will develop rapid assessment methodologies for assessing rural roads and bank erosion to help track TMDL progress and implements water quality actions.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,271,350. See Terms and Conditions.
$1,271,35001/31/201405/31/2017
99T07201White Mountain Apache TribeHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT GRANT PROGRAM FOR TRIBES

The Tribe will set up a household hazardous waste (HHW) collection program to properly dispose of and recycle HHW. HHW rules and regulations will be developed and integrated into the Tribe's existing code; public outreach will be conducted; used oil collection facilities will be established; staff trainings and HHW and E-waste collections events will be conducted.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $73,250. Preaward costs are allowed back to 11/1/2013.
$73,25011/01/201312/31/2014
99T07101San Carlos Apache TribeHAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT GRANT PROGRAM FOR TRIBES

The Tribe will identify and assess hazardous waste generation and ongoing management of concern to the community; implement a used oil collection program to reduce the improper management of this waste in the community; conduct hazardous waste collection events; and develop outreach documents and other resource materials to plan and conduct hazardous waste management seminars for tribal leaders, community members, businesses and civic organizations.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $73,250. Preaward costs are allowed back to 11/1/2013.
$73,25011/01/201312/31/2014
99T07001South Coast AQMDNATIONAL CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM - SCHOOL BUS REPLACEMENT PROJECT

The project involves the replacement of three Type C diesel school buses with fully electric battery powered vehicles, and the replacement of eight (8) MY1991-1993 Type D diesel school buses with new 2010 natural gas compliant engines. The total project cost associated with the partial funding of $391,613 is $2,067,402 and the detail can be found in the work plan submitted to EPA on 10/30/2013. In the event that EPA is not able to award additional funds under this grant, EPA does not expect the grantee to provide additional matching funds. The matching fund amount is for the money spent.

The target fleet types are captive fleets of schools buses serving in, and around the surrounding cities of, San Bernardino, Long Beach and Los Angeles, and the neighborhood of Boyle Heights in the City of Los Angeles. These areas are disproportionately impacted by heavy diesel traffic along the good movement corridors of Interstate 5,10,60,101 and 215 and by diesel traffic goods movement activities at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles and nearby Burlington Northern Santa Fe and Union Pacific rail yards.

Pre-Award costs have been approved back to 11/01/2013.
$502,24011/01/201309/30/2015
99T06901Sacramento Metropolitan AQMDNATIONAL CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM - ON-ROAD & NON-ROAD FLEET MODERNIZATION PROGRAM

This initial project will reduce criteria pollutants from existing diesel short haul or refused trucks operation in Sacramento Federal Ozone Non-attainment Region with natural gas fueled short haul or refuse trucks using 100 percent Renewable Natural Gas (RNG). This initial project will replace up to three (3) Class 8A diesel refuse haulers with 2013 model year compressed natural gas (CNG) refuse haulers, and the replacement of eight (8) diesel agricultural tractors with equipment that meets, or exceeds U.S. EPA's Tier 4 exhaust emission standards for nonroad compression-ignition engines.

Pre-Award costs have been approved back to 10/01/2013.
$527,31210/01/201309/30/2015
99T06801Pima Association of GovernmentsNATIONAL CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM - AZ CLEAN SCHOOL BUS PROJECT

This project will improve air quality in central and southern Arizona by reducing diesel emission reductions by replacing six (6) diesel-fueled school buses with six (6) alternative fueled buses as described: -Amphitheater Public School District in Pima County, AZ, will replace two (2) biodiesel 5 (B-5) fueled buses with two dedicated propane (LPG) buses. -Marana Unified School District in Pima County, AZ, will replace two (2) of its diesel-fueled buses with two dedicated compressed natural gas (CNG) buses; and -Chandler Unified School District in Maricopa County, AZ, will replace two (2) of its diesel-fueled buses with two (2) dedicated CNG buses.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $150,000. Total project and budget cost is $955,118. See Terms and Conditions.
$150,00012/01/201309/30/2015
99T06701Board of Port of Commissioners of The Port of OaklandNATIONAL CLEAN DIESEL PROGRAM - CERTIFIED ENGINE REPOWER OF RUBBER TIRE GANTRY CRANES

Repower up to 4 Rubber Tire Gantry Cranes in the Port of Oakland with hybrid technology that will significantly reduce air emissions and fossil fuel consumption. The diesel generator is used solely as a means of charging the batteries and therefore has a significant reduction in emissions from the Rubber Tire Gantry Cranes. Mobile gantry cranes are used for stacking shipping containers within the stacking areas of a container terminal. This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $415,932. See applicable terms and conditions.
$415,93212/01/201306/30/2015
99T06601Border Environment Cooperation Comm.U.S. - MEXICO BORDER GRANT - BORDER 2020

The purpose of this work plan is to amend Cooperative Agreement X4-99T06601 in the amount of $342,500., The former Cooperative Agreement was created between BECC and EPA in order to implement environmental projects that will significantly improve the environment and public health in the U.S.-Mexico border region, consistent with the principles of sustainable development and in accordance with the Goals and Objectives of the Border Environmental Program (Border 2020). The Border 2020 Program has identified five long-term strategic goals to address environmental and environmental health challenges in the border region. Within the five goals, there are specific number of objectives that identify priority areas and activities that program partners will undertake for the duration of the Program. The five strategic goals are listed below:

Goal #1: Reduce Air Pollution
Goal #2: Improve Access to Clean and Safe Water
Goal #3: Promote Materials and Waste Management and Clean Sites
Goal #4: Enhance Joint Preparedness for Environmental Response
Goal #5: Enhance Compliance Assurance and Environmental Stewardship

BECC and EPA have a long standing history of working together in the U.S.-Mexico border region. In 2005, BECC began a partnership with EPA Region 9 to develop and implement environmental projects and activities aimed at improving the environmental and human health in underserved border communities. The Border 2020 Program provides the working framework for EPA Region 9 to fund environmental improvements through the BECC, who in turn administers sub-awards for projects in the border communities of Arizona/Sonora and California/Baja California regions. Under this partnership, the BECC and EPA review proposals and coordinate project selection, jointly provide technical expertise, manage the implementation of projects and engage in bi-national coordination with federal, state agencies and local community stakeholders.
$627,50010/01/201312/31/2017
99T06501Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc.LUST PREVENTION - TANK INSPECTOR TRAINING

This project will fund the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. (ITCA) to hire and train an inspector who will be qualified to obtain a federal USEPA credential. This inspector will conduct compliance and outreach inspections on behalf of the USEPA for tribes that have joined into agreements with ITCA to have this inspector come to their tribal lands to conduct underground storage tank (UST) inspections.
$65,56110/01/201310/31/2015
99T06401City of Grass ValleyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This community-wide hazardous substances project will conduct approximately eight Phase I and seven Phase II environmental site assessments. Grant funds also will be used to compile a ranked inventory of sites, develop two cleanup strategies, and conduct community involvement activities. Community-wide petroleum grant funds will be used to complete the same activities at sites with potential petroleum contamination. Assessment of sites will be focused in the city's targeted reinvestment areas.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000.
$400,00010/01/201310/31/2016
99T06301Big Sandy Rancheria of Western Mono IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to build the environmental program capacity of the Big Sandy Rancheria. Activities funded include conducting outreach and environmental education activities, organizing a community clean up event in coordination with an earth day event, quantifying its waste stream and installing environmental signs and fencing to prevent illegal dumping.
$196,29010/01/201309/30/2017
99T06201Navajo Tribal Utility AuthorityDRINKING WATER TRIBAL SET-ASIDE

The project will install 5 rechlorination injection points at the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority's Ganado Public Water System. This is a large water system intertied with numerous small outlying communities, spanning 51 miles in the farthest direction. This project will achieve the objective by providing rechlorination to ensure the water system is adequately protected against bacterial contamination. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $700,000.
$700,00010/01/201312/31/2015
99T06101DHHSREMEDIAL RESPONSE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - WHITE CROAKER MARKET INSPECTION

The City of Long Beach Dept. of Health and Human Services (CLBDHHS) will conduct market and restaurant inspections of white croaker and provide support to EPA's Institutional Control (IC) remedy for the Palos Verdes Shelf Site including public outreach and education, monitoring, and enforcement. The goal of the IC remedy is to prevent contaminated fish from reaching consumers with the overall goal of protecting the public from the contamination related to the Palos Verdes Shelf Site.

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $29,730.
$29,73009/30/201309/29/2016
99T06001East Merced Resource Conservation District (EMRCD)WETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - VERNAL POOLS

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $146,860. The East Merced Resource Conservation District will convene the effort to improve California's understanding of the effectiveness of current vernal pool restoration and creation practices, and how they impact the extent and quality of vernal pool habitat. Conditions will be compared between mitigation sites and natural sites to determine mitigation effectiveness. A final report will summarize the findings of the study. This work is in concert with the California Wetland Policy which serves as California's wetland program plan.
$146,86010/01/201303/31/2016
99T05901Aquatic Science CenterWETLAND PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - CALIFORNIA WILDLIFE HABITAT AND AQUATIC RESOURCES

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $124,820 to integrate monitoring for aquatic wildlife and habitats done in concert with Conservation Plans with monitoring for aquatic resource programs (e.g., wetland protection programs), in order to advance the California Wetland Program and improve consistency actos California's wetland-related programs (e.g., wetland monitoring and wetland habitat planning). This work is in concert with the California Wetland Policy which serves as California's wetland program plan.
$124,82009/20/201311/30/2015
99T05801San Jose State UniversityWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - CA RAPID ASSESSMENT METHOD

The project will validate three new modules of the California Rapid Assessment Method (CRAM) for wetlands. The three modules that will be validated are the Depressional, Slope, and Vernal Pool modules. Validation will provide scientific evidence that the modules are adequately assessing wetland condition, thereby providing the state with a better assessment tool. This work will support California's Wetland and Riparian Area Monitoring Plan.

This agreement is full Federal funding in the amount of $314,882.
$314,88212/01/201311/30/2016
99T05701Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta ConservancyWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT-ENHANCING REG. CAPACITY FOR WETLAND PROJECT TRACKING

The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Conservancy (SSJDC) will work with its partners to expand California�s Wetland Tracker and Eco-Atlas system capabilities to include tracking, assessment and reporting of habitat restoration in California's San Francisco Bay-Delta and Central Valley. The final product will be an expanded system that will be used to track and analyze landscape change and measure success in wetland protection in a regional context. This work is in line with the California Wetland Policy.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $254,119.00.
$254,11910/01/201304/01/2015
99T05601Federated Indians of Graton RancheriaWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - GRATON RANCHERIA

These funds support development and administration of the Tribe's Wetland Program. Major activities include development of the Tribe's Wetland Program Plan, conducting six outreach and education events to tribal members and outside interested stakeholders.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $265,299.
$265,29910/01/201309/30/2015
99T05501White Mountain Apache TribeWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - CIBECUE AND CARRIZO

The purpose of this project is for the development of the White Mountain Apache Tribe's Wetland Protection Plan, which will assist to evaluate the key threats to wetlands and provide a plan for the tribe to sustain and restore the vital wetlands in the Cibecue and Carrizo Watersheds.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $43,631. See Terms and Conditions.
$43,63110/01/201312/31/2015
99T05401Cortina Band of Wintun IndiansNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The work to be accomplished is as follows: (1) supervise Nonpoint Source (NPS) projects and apply for grants/research for competitive grant funding, (2) development of a watershed based plan, (3) update NPS maps to show implementation areas and review of general updates and participate in web based training and / or attend GIS training / workshops / conferences, and (4) continue implementation of erosion control measures, road stabilization and drainage improvements, develop and update the Tribe's Erosion Control Plan.
$60,00010/01/201309/30/2015
99T05301Havasupai TribeNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to improve water quality by implementing the Tribe's Nonpoint Management Plan which ultimately will reduce nonpoint source pollutant loads to Tribal Waters. Specific activities include streambank modification/destabilization for a 7,408 foot (1.40 mile) reach of continuously eroding Havasupai Creek streambank needing immediate remediation involving 8.55 acres of adjacent removed riparian vegetation that was washed away by intense flooding in 2010.
$310,00010/01/201309/30/2015
99T05201UNRPOLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS - WESTERN SUSTAINABILITY AND POLLUTION PREVENTION NETWORK

The purpose of this project is to support and expand the activities of the pollution prevention center to serve both unique regional pollution prevention (P2) information needs and national audience needs for quality information on source reduction and related P2 practices. Project activities include providing support and technical information into the national network of P2 information centers; holding regional and national webinars on pollution prevention on topics of interest to businesses; coordinating and expanding green business programs across the country; and supporting a regional partnership on fleet pollution prevention.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $99,088. See Terms and Conditions.
$99,08810/01/201309/30/2014
99T05101Tohono O'Odham NationGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to build the environmental capacity of the Tohono O'odham Nation's environmental program through the development of US/Mexico border program related intergovernmental agreements, development of training plans for new environmental staff, development of outreach materials, development of a nonpoint source program, and assisting Region 9 tribes with the development of their environmental programs as the RTOC co-chair. This award provides funding for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015.
$638,21310/01/201309/30/2017
99T05001City of RichmondENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,000 to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of Richmond in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste and petroleum-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in chemical safety.

Preaward costs are approved back to 7/1/2013.
$200,00007/01/201306/30/2015
99T04901Fort Independence ReservationCAA 103 TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides fulll federal funding in the amount of $92,000.
$92,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T04801Yuba River Charter SchoolBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The objective of the project is to clean up the North, East, and West Burn Areas, all located at 11271 Rough and Ready Highway in the City of Grass Valley. The three burn areas were mined for gold in the 19th century and later used to burn municipal solid wastes for 50 years. Unused since 1940, the sites are contaminated with metals and arsenic. The project also will be used to oversee the cleanups and support community outreach activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $600,000.
$600,00010/01/201310/31/2016
99T04701Northern Arizona UniversityENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING

This project provides funding for Northern Arizona University to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of Navajo Nation in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety. Training includes 142 hours of instruction. The core training program includes 40-hour HAZWOPER certification (for all 40 participants), Orientation to Environmental Cleanup, Hazardous Materials Safe Handling, Radiological Technician and Construction Training.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $215,000.
$215,00009/01/201309/30/2016
99T04601San Carlos Apache TribeNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to restore and stabilize three road crossings of perennial streams within the San Carlos Watershed. Activities also include outreach and education to increase public knowledge, and environmental staff training on water pollution prevention strategies.
$290,29510/01/201309/30/2015
99T04501The Hopi TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to build the environmental capacity of the Hopi Tribe's Environmental Program by developing an environmental program, developing outreach methods and materials, conducting a waste characterization study and drafting a revised Solid Waste Management Plan.
$518,22210/01/201309/30/2017
99T04401Chemehuevi Indian TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Chemehuevi Indian Tribe's Environmental Program to include building environmental capacity through training for the new Environmental Director in the areas of solid waste and emergency response management, piloting solid waste outreach to youth with the goal of developing environmental stewardship during the following fiscal year, and seeking additional funds for tribally lead environmental projects.

This award provides federal funding in the amount of $101,700.00 for the period of 10/1/2014 - 9/30/2015, which is the second year of the GAP grant.
$210,70010/01/201309/30/2017
99T04301Greenville RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the Greenville Rancheria's Environmental Program to include creating an integrated solid waste management plan, developing training plans for environmental staff in areas of source water protection, geospatial mapping and toxic substances assessment, and building capacity through community outreach and education.

This grant amendment increases the federal funding amount by $113,300 for the period of 10/01/14 - 9/30/15, which is the second year of the GAP grant.
$204,30010/01/201309/30/2017
99T04201Colorado River Indian TribesDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS - SOURCE WATER

The purpose of this project is to develop a source water assessment and protection program for the Colorado River Indian Tribe that will ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources (source water) from contamination.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $42,320.
$42,32010/01/201309/30/2014
99T04101UNRPOLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS - WESTERN SUSTAINABILITY AND POLLUTION PREVENTION NETWORK

The goal of the Western Sustainability and Pollution Prevention Network (WSPPN) is to help state and local source reduction and pollution prevention (P2) programs maximize the effectiveness of their limited resources. By providing training, networking opportunities and up-to-date information to those technical assistance programs, who in turn provide direct assistance to business and industry, WSPPN encourages and supports the further dissemination of multi-media information to reduce the creation of pollutants and reduce or eliminate the use of toxic materials. Project activities include expanding partnerships to organizations throughout the region, a pollution prevention (P2) certificate program to enable education credits from many partner programs, expanded webinar schedule, and a targeted project to identify lower toxicity alternatives to floor stripping products.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $180,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$180,00010/01/201309/30/2015
99T04001City of Los Angeles Dept of Water and PowerREMEDIAL RESPONSE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT - SAN FERNANDO VALLEY BASIN N HOLLYWOOD OU (NHOU)

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power shall operate and maintain a groundwater treatment facility which is a Superfund Remedy in the North Hollywood vicinity of Los Angeles County to establish hydraulic containment of groundwater contamination in the San Fernando Basin (SFB) by volatile organic compounds (VOCs). This action meets the requirements of the San Fernando Valley (Area 1) Superfund Site Record of Decision dated September 24, 1987, for the North Hollywood Operable Unit. The contaminated groundwater is remediated to meet drinking water standards and is then served to the public in the greater Los Angeles area.

This cooperative amendment increases the federal funding amount by $444,395 from $10,000 to $454,395. The budget and project period remains the same.
$454,39510/01/201309/30/2015
99T03901Moapa Band of PaiutesCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000.00.
$60,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T03801Las Vegas Paiute TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This grant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $70,000.00.
$70,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T03701La Posta Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.00.
$75,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T03601Fort McDowell Yavapai NationCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will monitor air quality, conduct public outreach, work with local and regional air quality stakeholders, and administer other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $88,000 which includes $3,000 for EPA in-kind cost for ozone contractual support. See Terms and Conditions.
$88,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T03501City of OxnardENVIRONMENTAL WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AND JOB TRAINING

This project provides funding for City of Oxnard to recruit, train, and place unemployed and underemployed residents of Oxnard in environmental careers with skills needed to safely conduct remediation work at solid and hazardous waste-contaminated sites, as well as appropriate training in wastewater management and chemical safety. The core training program includes a Hazardous Materials Handling Procedures Unit, which includes the 40-hour HAZWOPER certification (for all 60 participants); a Wastewater Treatment Unit, which includes 60 hours of wastewater treatment coursework and certification preparation (for 30 participants); and a General Health and Safety Unit, which includes 22 hours of General Health and Safety training and certifications.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,000. Preaward costs are approved back to 9/1/2013.
$200,00009/01/201312/31/2016
99T03401Assoc of Bay Area GovernmentsSF BAY WATER QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FUND - GUADALUPE WATERSHED CALCINE REMOVAL

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $800,000 to the Association of Bay Area Governments to address both the Guadalupe River Watershed Mercury Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) and the San Francisco Bay Mercury TMDL by targeting two high priority mine waste sites within the Almaden Quicksilver County Park (Park) in Santa Clara County. Remediation of all calcine-paved roads features will remove an estimated 24.83 - 263 kg of mercury from the watershed contributing to recovery of the watershed and TMDL load reductions.
$800,00010/14/201312/31/2015
99T03301Ak-Chin Indian CommunityCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, tribal rule development, public outreach, and other program activities.

This award provides full Federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T03214Fallon Paiute Shoshone TribePARTNERSHIP PERFORMANCE GRANT

These funds support further development and administration of the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe's Water Pollution Control, Nonpoint Source, and General Assistance Programs. Major activities include:monitoring the waterbodies and wetlands, entering the monitoring results into a database to assess and manage water quality over time, implementing low impact development project activities to address stormwater polluted runoff; conducting community outreach and education events, staff training, RTOC meetings and the Tribal/EPA Annual Conference, updating the Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan, and applying for additional grant funding.

This award provides CWA 106 and 319 and GAP funding for the period 10/01/2014 to 09/30/2015.
$530,81009/01/201309/30/2015
99T03101Nye CountyBROWNFIELDS REVOLVING LOAN FUND (RLF)

This cooperative agreement will utilize funding to provide a Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) for the community to assist funding cleanup planning and remediation activities. The purpose of these activities is to promote redevelopment of the funded sites and future reuse of the property that does not pose a threat to human health and the environment. The RLF activities will be conducted in Esmeralda, White Pine, Lincoln, and Nye Counties, Nevada.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $1,000,000. Pre-award costs have been approved back to 07/01/2013.
$1,000,00007/01/201310/31/2018
99T02901Tule River Tribal CouncilSAFE DRINKING WATER TRIBAL SET-ASIDE - TULE RIVER TRIBAL COUNCIL

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $25,000 for the Tribe's Feasibility Study to evaluate needs or modifications to enable treatment system to meet surface water treatement requirements and protect public health.
$25,00010/01/201311/30/2014
99T02801City of BreaBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $200,000 to clean up the Tracks of Brea brownfield site, and conduct community involvement related to the clenaup activities. The EPA grant will be used to cleanup Segment 4 of the trail. Community outreach will be conducted throughout the project. The goal of the Tracks at Brea is to create a trail which traverses east/west from one end of the City to the other and connects with numerous regional trails, utilizing non-operational railroad rights of way, flood control channels, public land and easements.
$200,00010/01/201301/31/2017
99T02701Walker River Paiute TribeNONPOINT SOURCE PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $180,000. The purpose of this project is to complete bank stabilization and revegetation, livestock fencing, and measures to prevent agriculture return flows which will reduce water pollution from sediment, nutrients and pathogens on the Walker River Paiute Tribe's Reservation. In addition, activities include community education on pollution prevention strategies for nonpoint source pollution and development of a watershed based plan for the Walker River.
$180,00010/01/201309/30/2015
99T02601Table Mountain RancheriaGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to build the environmental program capacity of the Table Mountain Rancheria. Activities funded include developing an EPA-Tribal Environmental Plan, engaging with tribal members around solid waste issues, conducting a comprehensive waste stream assessment, and engaging with local and regional stakeholders on environmental issues.
$181,96810/01/201309/30/2017
99T02501La Jolla Band of Luiseno IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $74,845.
$74,84510/01/201309/30/2014
99T02401Bishop Indian Tribal CouncilCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITLY

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $87,000 to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.
$87,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T02301CA State Coastal ConservancySF BAY WATER QUALTIY IMPROVEMENT FUND

This project will plan, design and obtain permits for tidal wetlands restoration at the salt ponds in the Alviso and Ravenswood complexes of the South Bay Salt Pond Project, the largest tidal wetlands restoration program on the West Coast. When implementation of the restoration plans are complete, in the Alviso complex, the project will result in 710 acres of tidal restoration and enhancement of 325 acres of existing tidal marsh (the Charleston Slough mitigation project (60 acres) and Island Pond A19 (265 acres)); in the Ravenswood complex, the project will result in 295 acres tidal restoration and 60 acres of managed pond habitats. This project implements water quality actions listed under the San Francisco Estuary Partnership�s Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (SFEP CCMP).

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $866,021.
$866,02101/06/201412/31/2016
99T02201Pit River TribeDIRECT IMPLEMENTATION TRIBAL COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS - DRINKING WATER SOURCE

The purpose of this project is to delineate source water protection areas, inventory potential contaminant sources, and assess susceptibility for the Pit River Tribe that will ultimately protect the Tribe's drinking water supply sources (source water) from contamination.

This agreement provide full federal funding in the amount of $32,325 for a period of 10/1/2013 through 9/30/2014. See Terms and Conditions.
$32,32510/01/201301/31/2015
99T02101Office of Hawaiian AffairsBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement will be used to conduct a community-wide environmental assessment at potential Brownfields sites that are contaminated with hazardous substances and petroleum. The grant recipient will conduct an inventory and site selection, site assessment and characterization, and community outreach. Site assessments will be conducted in across Honolulu, Hawaii.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $400,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$400,00007/01/201309/30/2016
99T02001Yavapai-Apache NationNONPOINT SOURCE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

The purpose of this grant is to improve water quality by implementing the Tribe's Nonpoint Source Management Plan which will ultimately reduce nonpoint source pollution on the Reservation. Activities include removal of invasive species, revegetation with native plant species, etc.
$160,00010/01/201309/30/2015
99T01901Tohono O'Odham NationCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will conduct a pilot monitoring study, research tribal air quality rule development, conduct public outreach, and administer other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T01801White Mountain Apache TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $70,000.
$70,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T01701San Carlos Apache TribeTRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

The San Carlos Tribe will use this agreement to develop and enhance their Tribal Brownfields Program. The Tribe will establish the four elements outlined under the response program. The Tribe will specifically conduct a brownfields inventory, site specific activities, review and enhance tribal laws, develop a public record of brownfields sites and ensure public participation.
$113,08410/01/201309/30/2015
99T01601Environmental Health CoalitionBROWNFIELDS AREA-WIDE PLANNING COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This project provides funding for Environmental Health Coalition to conduct area-wide planning for the brownfields in the National City, CA project area. The area-wide plan will inform brownfields assessment, cleanup and reuse activities. The grantee will conduct community involvement activities to identify community priorities, research the existing conditions of the brownfields area, determine reuses for brownfield sites, and develop a detailed brownfields area-wide plan and plan implementation strategy.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,000. Preward costs are approved back to July 1, 2013.
$200,00007/01/201310/31/2015
99T01501Yavapai-Apache NationGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to expand the capacity of the Yavapai Apache Nation's Environmental Program to include the development of portions of an EPA Tribal Environmental Plan (ETEP); furtherance of its solid waste management plan through the review and comment on a tribally produced FY14 source separation facility feasibility study, as well as one community clean up; coordination of an Earth Day event focused on solid waste management; investment in programmatic support through participation in the Annual EPA/Tribal Conference and Arizona tribal environmental manager meetings; and, ensuring compliance with Federal regulations through quarter reporting, an end-of-year programmatic joint evaluation, and increased financial accountability.
$238,93010/01/201309/30/2017
99T01401Ak-Chin Indian CommunityGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The objective of the project is for the Ak-Chin Indian Community to plan, develop and establish the capability for developing environmental protection programs. The Tribe will complete their strategic plan; develop and submit other EPA grant proposals; develop a integrated solid waste management plan; conduct community outreach and environmental education; and attend relevant environmental meetings, workshops and conferences.

This assistance agreement provides Federal funding in the amount of $226,000 for the period of 10/01/2013 to 09/30/2015.
$226,00010/01/201309/30/2017
99T01301Dominican University of CAENVIRONMENTAL FINANCE CENTER WEST

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $68,555. This project consists of one task that will help Tribes create more sustainable systems through innovative approaches and tools. Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2013.
$68,55507/01/201310/31/2014
99T01201Campo Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $80,000.
$80,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T01101Walker River Paiute TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $50,000. The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities.
$50,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T01001The Hopi TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000. See Terms and Conditions.
$75,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T00914Hopland Band of Pomo IndiansPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

These funds support further development and administration of the Tribe's Water Pollution Control and Nonpoint Source programs. Major activities include: water quality monitoring and analysis, implementation of the annual "Hopland in the Creek" outreach event, and overall administration of the Tribe's environmental protection program.
$190,00010/01/201309/30/2015
99T00801Santa Rosa Indian Community of the Santa Rosa RancheriaCAA 103 TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $64,000, which includes $3,000 for EPA in-kind services.
$67,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T00701Manzanita Band of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $64,731.
$64,73110/01/201309/30/2014
99T00601Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities. This Assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $94,000, of which $14,000 is set-aside for EPA In-kind services.
$94,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T00501Yerington Paiute TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, operating permits, and other program activities. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $70,000.
$70,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T00401Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla IndiansCAA - 103 TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities. This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $88,000, of which $3,000 is set-aside for EPA In-Kind services.
$88,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T00201Yurok TribeCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $67,000.
$67,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T00101Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone ReservationCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, monitoring air emissions, rulemaking, and other program activities.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $122,000.
$122,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99T00001Cabazon Band Of Mission IndiansCAA 103 - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

The objective of this project is to help build the Tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and to develop strategies to address air quality issues. The Tribe will continue strategic planning and evaluation, compliance assistance, developing implementation plans, monitoring air and emissions, rulemaking and other program activities.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $85,000, of which $3,000 is set-aside for EPA In-Kind services.
$85,00010/01/201309/30/2014
99999501Walker River Paiute TribeCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - TRIBAL AIR QUALITY

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $150,000. The objective of this project is to build the Walker River Paiute Tribe's capacity to assess air quality conditions and develop strategies to address air quality issues.

Pre-award costs are approved back to October 1, 2007.
$150,00010/01/200709/30/2008
99999401San Diego County APCDCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES-TECHNICAL SERVICES TO STUDYING AIR POLLUTION FOR US MEXICO BORDER

This amendment increases funding in the amount of $50,000 for continued support to increase collaboration between air quality stakeholders within the vicinity of the Coastal California portion of the US/Mexico Border. All terms and conditions remain in full force and effect. (NOTE: PROGRAM CODE IS CHANGED FROM X TO XA)
$189,35010/01/199903/31/2006
99999308Trinidad RancheriaFY-08 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this program is to improve and maintain water quality on the Trinidad Rancheria and includes the following tasks: surface water quality monitoring and analyses, staff training, water quality ordinance implementation, outreach and education to the tribal community, updating the monitoring and reporting aspects of the program, and reporting progress to EPA. This grant provides EPA funding in the amount of $90,000 to support tasks numbered 1-6 during the July 1, 2007 - June 30, 2008 project period.
$90,00007/01/200706/30/2008
99999303Trinidad RancheriaFY-03-07 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This program aims to improve and maintain water quality on the Trinidad Rancheria via monitoring and analyses, training, outreach and education. This grant amendment will provide $90,000 to support tasks numbered 1-8 within the July 1, 2006 - June 30, 2007 segment of a multi-year workplan. See approved workplan for details.
$480,00007/01/200206/30/2007
99998601Contra Costa County Health Services DepartmentCOMMUNITY ACTION FOR A RENEWED ENVIRONMENT (CARE)

The goals of this project are: (1) to develop a neighborhood participatory action plan; (2) to strengthen the community's ability to make informed environmental health choices and to participate in long-term solutions; and (3) to include local high school youth, university students, Bay Point residents, and the Bay Point Environmental Health Collaborative (EHC) in all aspects of this process.

This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $90,000.
$90,00010/01/200711/30/2009
99998405La Posta Band Of Mission IndiansFY05-09 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the La Posta Band's Water Pollution Control Program as follows: implement Tribal water quality assessment program, conduct monthly surface water flow and groundwater level monitoring, increase Tribal staff's knowledge/skills regarding Water Quality Management Program as well as continuing the implementation of Water Quality Education and Outreach Program for the Tribal community.

This amendment hereby increases the EPA funding amount by $90,000 and extends the budget and project period end dates from 09/30/08 to 09/30/09.
$433,00010/01/200409/30/2009
99997901Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc.COMMUNITY ACTION FOR A RENEWED ENVIRONMENT (CARE)

The purpose of the Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) project is to create a community partnership within tribal lands to identify and prioritize environmental toxics. The partnership will assess and identify toxic pollutant sources and will set community risk reduction priorities through a risk reduction plan. Under the national CARE program, this is a "Level I" project. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $100,000.
$100,00010/01/200703/31/2010
99997801Southern California Coastal Water Research ProjectCWA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - STUDY OF SWIMMING RELATED ILLNESSES AT AVALON BEACH

The objective of this project is to conduct an epidemiology study to quantify the risk of swimming related illnesses at Avalon Beach and to test indicators of that risk at beaches polluted by nonpoint sources of fecal contamination.

This amendment increases federal funding by $700,000 from $700,000 to $1,400,000. Total approved project costs are $1,400,000.
$1,400,00007/01/200710/31/2010
99996701Humboldt Bay HRC DistrictWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - HUMBOLDT BAY MANAGEMENT PLAN

The grantee will develop a comprehensive management and conservation plan for the Humboldt Bay ecosystem and its associated wetlands. A wetland/watershed approach will be used.
$202,30408/24/199803/31/2006
99996701Humboldt Bay HRC DistrictWETLANDS PROTECTION DEVELOPMENT - HUMBOLDT BAY MANAGEMENT PLAN

The grantee will develop a comprehensive management and conservation plan for the Humboldt Bay ecosystem and its associated wetlands. A wetland/watershed approach will be used.
$202,30408/24/199803/31/2006
99996301Pyramid Lake Paiute TribeGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - REGIONAL TRIBAL OPERATIONS COMMITTEE CO-CHAIR

The recipient will serve as the Co-Chair of the Regional Tribal Operations Committee and, thereby, improve their capacity to administer environmental issues on a regional level. The recipient will accomplish this by planning, developing and establishing agendas jointly with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 9 and co-chairing the quarterly meetings. The recipient will also provide support to the regional tribes to discuss issues of concern and act as a liaison between EPA and the regional tribes.
$200,00009/01/200712/31/2009
99996014NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Nevada's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $12,614,000.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2014.
$12,614,00007/01/201406/30/2021
99996013NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DWSRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program( PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $8,421,000 for adminstration of NDEP's DWSRF program.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2013.
$8,421,00007/01/201306/30/2020
99996012NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program( PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $9,125,000.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2012.
$9,125,00007/01/201206/30/2019
99996011NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program( PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $9,268,000.

Pre-award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2011.
$9,268,00007/01/201106/30/2018
99996010NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program( PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $21,719,000. Preaward costs are approved back to May 1, 2010.
$21,719,00005/01/201006/30/2018
99996008NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW-SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Nevada at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize NV's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NDEP for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision Program( PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $8,146,000.
$8,146,00010/01/200806/30/2016
99996007NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada�s DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also provides set-aside funds to Nevada's Division of Environmental Protection for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$8,229,00007/01/200706/30/2016
99996006NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada�s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NV's Division of Environmental Protection (DEP) for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$8,229,30006/15/200606/30/2016
99996005NV Dept of Cons & Ntrl ResSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Nevada�s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also provides set-aside funds to NV's Bureau of Health Protection Services (BHPS) & Division of Environmental Protection (DEP) for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision (PWSS), state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$16,588,60001/19/200506/30/2012
99994213Cortina Band of Wintun IndiansFY 13/14/15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the Cortina Band's further development of its water pollution control program by the continual baseline assessment of the quality of the Rancheria's surface and groundwaters, and the development of water quality standards for the protection of those waters.
$225,00010/01/201209/30/2015
99994212Cortina Band of Wintun IndiansFY12 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the Tribe's further development of its water pollution control program by the continual baseline assessment of the quality of the Rancheria's surface and groundwaters, and the development of water quality standards for the protection of those waters.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $65,000. Total project and budget cost is $68,421. See Terms and Conditions.
$65,00010/01/201109/30/2012
99994211Cortina Indian RancheriaFY-11 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Tribe's Water Pollution Control Program. Project activities include assessing Rancheria's surface and ground waters, developing water quality standards, educating the community on the importance of water quality and increasing Tribal staff knowledge regarding water quality. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/201009/30/2011
99994210Cortina Indian RancheriaFY10 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the Cortina Band's further development of its water pollution control program by the continual baseline assessment of the quality of the Rancheria's surface and groundwaters, and the development of water quality standards for the protection of those waters.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000. Total approved project cost is $63,158. See Terms and Conditions.
$60,00010/01/200909/30/2010
99994209Cortina Indian RancheriaFY 09 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Tribe's Water Pollution Control Program as follows: Continue baseline assessment of the Rancheria'a surface and ground waters; continue to coordinate the development of water quality standards, educate the community on the importance of water quality and encourage their participation in the program, and increase the Tribal staff's skills regarding water quality and watersheds.

This assistant agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $51,886. Total approved project cost is $54,617. See Terms and Conditions.
$51,88610/01/200809/30/2009
99994208Cortina Indian RancheriaFY08 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The work to be accomplished in this program is the implementation of the water quality monitoring program, community education, and the development of water quality standards.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000. Total approved project cost is $63,158. See Terms and Conditions.
$60,00010/01/200709/30/2008
99994207Cortina Indian RancheriaFY07 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The goal is the administration of the Tribe's Clean Water Act Section 106 Water Pollution Control Program through the accomplishment of the following Workplan Tasks during FY-07: Program administration & quarterly reporting of grant performance; Implement Tribal Water Quality Assessment Program in accordance with EPA approved Tribal QAPP; Continue Tribal Water Quality Staff's Training. Attend WQ training offered by U.S. EPA Region 9; Continue Implementation of Water Quality Education & Outreach Program for the Tribal Community and Continue Development of Tribal WQM Program.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $60,000. Total approved project cost is $63,158. See Terms and Conditions.
$60,00010/01/200609/30/2007
99994206Cortina Indian RancheriaFY 06 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $60,000. Total approved project cost is $63158. The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Tribe's water pollution control program, as follows: Implement the Tribal water quality monitoring program, assess the quality of surface and ground water to develop baseline status and for future planning purposes, education of the Tribal Community regarding the Tribal Water Quality Program, and perform program reporting / evaluation.
$60,00010/01/200509/30/2006
99994111Summit Lake Paiute TribeFY-11 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The tribe will implement its water qualtiy monitoring program under an approved Quality Assurance Project Plan(QAPP) and further the professional development of staff. A consultant may be hired to assist in project activities. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $50,000. Preaward costs are approved back to 7/1/10.
$50,00007/01/201006/30/2011
99994110Summit Lake Paiute TribeFY10 - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for Summit Lake Paiute Tribe to develop a water pollution control program to conduct surface and groundwater quality monitoring in order to assess & manage water quality on the Reservation, and to develop other Clean Water Act program applications such as for the Wetlands and Nonpoint Source Programs.

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $60,000. Pre-award costs are approved back to 07/01/2009.
$60,00007/01/200906/30/2010
99994109Summit Lake Paiute TribeFY-09 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $50,000. This program seeks to implement the Summit Lake Paiute Tribe's water quality goal of protecting water quality on a watershed basis through collection of water quality monitoring data and information to support development of Tribal water quality standards.
$50,00007/01/200806/30/2009
99994106Summit Lake Paiute TribeFY-06/07/08 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Summit Lake Paiute Tribe's program as follows: hiring and maintaining staff, finalizing quality assurance project program, monitoring water quality, preparing water quality assessment report, staff training, community outreach, EPA reporting, and applying to EPA for treatment as a state for water quality standards.
$240,00007/01/200506/30/2008
99992301Tahoe Regional Planning AgencyREGIONAL GEOGRAPHIC INITIATIVE -TAHOE INTEGRATED INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (TIIMS)

An electronic communication system will be developed by the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA) to support a collaborative public process for the Pathway 2007( P7) plan updates. The P7 plan updates include the Lake Tahoe TMDL, TRPA Regional Plan and USFS Basin Management Plan, which will provide a comprehensive environmental planning framework for the Lake Tahoe Basin. This project will provide the electronic piece of the communication framework that will be used to share technical information, collect comments and responses to planning documents and inform the negotiation and decision-making process for the adoption of these plans. This system will be a part of the Tahoe Integrated Information System (TIIMS) which is a web-based Tahoe Basin environmental information and data system currently being developed by a number of agencies in the basin.
$255,22505/29/199812/31/2006
99991011Hualapai TribePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Hualapai Tribe will continue to develop and administer their Clean Water Act Section 106-Water Pollution Control, Water Quality Standards and Certification, Section 319-Nonpoint Source and General Assistance (GAP) Programs. It will continue to develop and expand their capability to administer these programs as it gains experience through actual program implementation.
$2,696,59310/01/201009/30/2015
99991006Hualapai TribePERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

The Hualapai Tribe will continue to develop and administer their Clean Water Act Section 106-Water Pollution Control, Water Quality Standards and Certification, Section 104(b)(3) Wetlands and Section 319 Nonpoint Source Programs. The Tribe will continue to develop and expand their capability to administer these programs as it gains experience through actual program implementation. This award also funding for the period of 10/01/09 to 09/30/10 and includes $200,000 of General Assistance Program funds for the planning, developing, and establishing the capability to implement environmental protection administered by EPA on the Hualapai Reservation.
$3,590,13210/01/200509/30/2010
99990214Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water-State Revolving Fund (DW SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $15,969,000.

This assistance agreement includes $1,000,000 in banked PWSS Set-Asides for FY14.

Pre-Award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2014.
$15,969,00007/01/201406/30/2019
99990213Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water-State Revolving Fund (DW SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs. This Assistance Agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $16,913,000.

This assistance agreement includes $2,100,000 in PWSS Set-Asides which exceeds the 10% requirement. This is allowed because the recipient has requested to use previously banked set-aside funds from FY�s 09-10. The $2,100,000 includes $1,000,000 from the current year funds; $600,000 from FY10 and $500,000 from FY-09 . The 1:1 match only applies to $1,600,000 of the $2,100,000 because FY-09 funds were excluded due to ARRA.

Pre-Award costs have been approved back to July 1, 2013.
$16,913,00007/01/201306/30/2018
99990212Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water - State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ (WIFA) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs. This Assistance Agreement provides full Federal funding in the amount of $18,327,000.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2012.
$18,327,00007/01/201206/30/2017
99990211Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water-State Revolving Fund (DW SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ (WIFA) will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $18,614,000.

Preaward costs have been approved back to July 1, 2011.
$18,614,00007/01/201106/30/2016
99990210Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water-State Revolving Fund program (DW SRF) for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$27,259,00007/01/201006/30/2015
99990209Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalizeArizona�s DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, PWSS, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $23,118,000.
$23,118,00010/01/200906/30/2014
99990208Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of ArizonaSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

To capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water-State Revolving Fund program (DW-SRF) for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$23,118,00004/01/200806/30/2013
99990207Water Infrastructure Finance AuthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This assistance agreement capitalize Arizona�s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of Arizona will lend these funds to drinking water systems in Arizona at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Arizona's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as administration, Public Water System Supervision, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$23,358,75007/16/200706/30/2013
99990206Water Infrastructure Finance AuthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $23,354,500. This amount includes $140,000 in "In-Kind Contribution". The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Arizona�s DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The Water Infrastructure Finance Authority of AZ will lend these funds to drinking water systems in AZ at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize AZ's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds to WIFA and the AZ Department of Environmental Quality for a number of programs such as administration of the DW-SRF, PWSS, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems, and source water protection, and wellhead protection programs.
$23,354,50007/01/200606/30/2014
99990205Water Infrastructure Finance AuthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Arizona's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also provides assistance to WIFAfor administration of the DW-SRF program. This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $9,455,400.
$9,455,40004/01/200512/31/2011
99990204Water Infrastructure Finance AuthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

These funds are to capitalize Arizona's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. This grant also provides assistance to WIFA and ADEQ for a number of “set-aside” programs such as administration of the DW-SRF program, PWSS Program Management, technical assistance for capacity development and small systems, and implementation of the Wellhead Protection program.
$9,345,30003/26/200412/31/2010
99989101Navajo NationSTATE AND TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM

This goal of this project is assist the Navajo Nation in the development and enhancement of the Navajo Nation Response and Clean-up Program. It includes work on public records of cleanup sites, site inventories, development of legal authorities and regulations, and other program elements consistent with the Brownfields 128(a) program requirements. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $386,561.
$386,56110/01/200709/30/2008
99988913Havasupai TribeFY-13/14/15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The work to be accomplished by the Havasupai Tribe in this program is the implementation of the water quality monitoring program, community education, preparation of the annual water quality assessment report, and the development and updating of water quality standards.
$285,00010/01/201209/30/2015
99988911Havasupai TribeFY 11/12 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The work to be accomplished in this program is the implementation of the water quality monitoring program, community education, preparation of the annual water quality assessment report , and the development of water quality standards.
$185,52610/01/201009/30/2012
99988910Havasupai TribeFY-10 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the Tribe's further development of its water pollution control program by the continual baseline assessment of the quality of the surface and groundwaters and the development of water quality standards for the protection of those waters.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $110,000. Total approved budget and project cost is $115,789. See terms and conditions.
$110,00010/01/200909/30/2010
99988909Havasupai TribeCWA 106-HAVASUPAI

The purpose of this project is to develop and implement Havasupai's program as follows: Revise the Tribe's water quality monitoring program and water quality indicators for waterbodies (surface and groundwater), ensure integrity & accuracy in tribal water quality monitoring efforts, implement Tribal water quality monitoring program, increase environmental staff's knowledge and skills regarding water quality and watersheds, educate the Tribal Community on the importance of water quality and provide information on the quality of Tribal streams, springs, and groundwater aquifers.
$240,10610/01/200809/30/2009
99988908Havasupai TribeFY 08 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The work to be accomplished in this program is the implementation of the water quality monitoring program, community education, and the development of water quality standards.

This award provides full federal funding in the amount of $100,000. Total approved project cost is $105,263. See Terms and Conditions.
$100,00010/01/200709/30/2008
99988907Havasupai TribeFY07 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The administration of the Tribe's Clean Water Act Section 106 Water Pollution Control Program will be accomplished through the following tasks: Expand measures and guidelines to protect water quality; implement the water quality monitoring plan using the QAPP; continue Environmental staff's training in water quality; continue community water quality outreach and education; and conduct quarterly reporting to the Council & EPA.

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $100,000. Total approved project cost is $105,263. See Terms and Conditions.
$100,00007/01/200609/30/2007
99988906Havasupai TribeFY 06 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $110,000. Total approved project cost is $115,789. The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Havasupai Tribe's Water Pollution Control Program, as follows: (1) Continue monitoring of the Tribe's surface and groundwaters, (2) Continue updating the Tribe's water quality database, (3) submit water quality standards to the Tribal Council for approval, (4) preparation of the water quality evaluation report, (5) development of new Clean Water Act workplans, (6) submission of final version water quality standards to EPA and (7) implement the required quarterly progress reporting.
$110,00007/01/200509/30/2006
99988701City of SacramentoBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP REVOLVING LOAN FUND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This amendment increases the EPA funding by $442,418 from $1,000,000 to $1,442,418. The City of Sacramento will use this funding to capitalize a revolving loan fund to make low interest loans to clean up contaminated Brownfields properties. This amendment will provide additional funding to allow for more loans to be made.
$1,442,41810/01/199709/30/2007
99987601City of Sutter CreekBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement will be used to clean up hazardous substances at the Central Eureka Minehead, which is a tailings disposal area associated with a former hardrock mine. During the life of the project the City of Sutter Creek will also involve nearby residents and other stakeholders by holding community meetings and sharing written information.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,000. Preaward costs have been approved back to October 1, 2007.
$200,00010/01/200709/30/2013
99986599HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also includes set-aside funds for administration of the DW-SRF program and other source water protection activities.
$7,121,30009/24/199809/30/2008
99986598HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY-1998 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawai'i. The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also includes set-aside funds for administration of the DW-SRF program and other source water protection activities. EPA funding in the amount of $12,558,800 is Hawaii's FY-98 allotment for this program.
$12,558,80012/05/199706/30/2006
99986514HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to qualified applicants in Hawaii at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Hawaii's economy. Total approved funding amount is $8,421,000, which includes $450,000 for EPA in-kind assistance.
$8,421,00009/30/201306/30/2020
99986513HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to drinking water systems in the state at below market interest rate to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Hawaii's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as administration of the DW SRF, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection and wellhead protection programs. Total approved funding amount is $9,125,000.
$9,125,00009/28/201206/30/2019
99986512HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Hawaii's DW SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to drinking water systems in the state at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Hawaii's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as administration of the DW SRF, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection and wellhead protection programs. Total approved EPA funding amount is $9,268,000 (FY-11 allotment).
$9,268,00009/30/201106/30/2018
99986511HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Hawaii's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to drinking water systems in the state at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Hawaii's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as the administration of the DWSRF, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection and wellhead protection programs. Total approved EPA funding amount is $13,573,000 (FY-10 allotment).
$13,573,00004/01/201106/30/2017
99986510HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Hawaii's DW-SRF program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to drinking water systems in the state at below market interest rates to address their drinking water infrastructure needs and to vitalize Hawaii's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for a number of programs such as the administration of the DWSRF, state drinking water capacity development, technical assistance to small systems and source water protection and wellhead protection programs. Total approved EPA funding amount is $8,146,000.
$8,146,00001/01/201006/30/2019
99986508HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY-2007 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawai'i. The primary purpose/objective of this grant is to capitalize Hawaii's program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The recipient will lend these funds to drinking water systems in the state at below-market interest rates to address their drinking and infrastructure needs and to vitalize the state's economy. The grant also provides set-aside funds for wellhead and source water protection. Total approved EPA funding amount is $8,229,000.
$8,229,00003/01/200806/30/2017
99986507HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY-2006 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawai'i. The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawai'i's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also includes set-aside funds for Source Water Protection activities. The total approved EPA funding amount is $8,229,300.
$8,229,30007/01/200706/30/2017
99986506HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY-2005 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawai'i. The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawai'i's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also includes set-aside funds for administration of the DW-SRF program and Wellhead Protection activities. EPA funding in the amount of $8,285,500 includes $2,500 in-kind costs to access the EPA SRF Contract to install the SRF Project Manager in Hawaii.
$8,285,50009/01/200606/30/2016
99986505HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY-2004 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawai'i. The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also includes set-aside funds for administration of the DW-SRF program and other source water protection activities. EPA funding in the amount of $8,303,100 is Hawaii's FY-04 allotment for this program.
$8,303,10010/01/200506/30/2013
99986504HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

FY-2003 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawai'i in the amount of $8,004,100 will be used to enhance the State's existing Safe Drinking Water Revolving Fund and includes funding for a number of "set-aside" programs. Refer to annual terms and conditions letter from EPA to HI DOH for applicable administrative terms and conditions. Additional programmatic conditions are included on page 4 of this Agreement.
$8,004,10004/01/200406/30/2011
99986503HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

FY-2002 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawai'i in the amount of $8,052,500 will be used to enhance the State's existing Safe Drinking Water Revolving Fund and includes funding for a number of "set-aside" programs.
$8,052,50010/01/200306/30/2011
99986502HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE RESOLVING FUND (DW SRF)

This Assistance Agreement provides EPA funding in the amount of $7,789,100 to capitalize the Hawai'i Department of Health Drinking Water State Revolving Fund program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements and includes funding for a number of "set-aside" programs. The award includes $24,000 of in-kind costs to increase HI DOH's participation in EPA's mission support contract with the CADMUS group.
$7,789,10009/01/200209/30/2008
99986501HI Dept of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

FY-2000 Federal Capitalization Grant to the State of Hawai'i. The primary purpose/objective of this program is to capitalize Hawaii's Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DW-SRF) program for financing drinking water infrastructure improvements. The grant also includes set-aside funds for administration of the DW-SRF program and other source water protection activities. EPA funding in the amount of $7,757,000 is Hawaii's FY-00 allotment for this program.
$7,757,00002/26/200106/30/2008
99983101Cortina Indian RancheriaCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - AIR QUALITY PROGRAM

The objective of this project is to build Cortina Indian Rancheria's Air Program capacity to assess air quality conditions and develop strategies to address air quality issues. The Cortina Indian Rancheria's Air Program staff will continue to conduct environmental assessments including continuous monitoring and analysis of the data, create plans and policies to improve the environmental conditions of the Cortina Indian Rancheria, attend appropriate trainings, perform instructional outreach to tribal members, participate in regional and national initiatives and continue to develop the air regulatory program.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $65,000. Total approved project and budget cost is $65,000.
$65,00010/01/200709/30/2008
99977701Manzanita Band of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM IV

The objective of this project is for the Manzanita Tribe to plan, develop and establish an environmental protection program through training of staff, waste clean up, developing GIS maps for environmental planning, and outreach on recycling and pollution prevention. The award provides funding for the period of 10/01/10 to 09/30/11.
$354,74010/01/200709/30/2011
99971415Owens Valley Indian Water CommissionSFY14 - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This grant agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $120,000 for further development of the Owens Valley Indian Water Commission's water pollution control program by conducting surface and groundwater quality monitoring in order to assess and manage water quality within the Owens Valley, updating and maintaining a water quality database to track water quality changes, and educating the community about water pollution control issues.
$120,00007/01/201406/30/2015
99971410Owens Valley Indian Water CommissionFY10-14 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the Owens Valley Indian Water Commission's further development of its water pollution control program by conducting surface and groundwater quality monitoring in order to assess & manage water quality within the Owens Valley, updating and maintaining a water quality database to track water quality changes, and educating the community about water pollution control issues.
$616,00007/01/200906/30/2014
99971407Owens Valley Indian Water CommissionFY 07/08/09 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This assistance amendment increases federal EPA funding by $130,000 to a revised total of $401,000 to support the expansion of the Tribe's Water Quality Program. Specific activities include conducting water quality education, continuing ground and surface water quality monitoring, assessing water quality data collected and storing water quality data in a database for analysis and assessment.
$401,00007/01/200606/30/2009
99971405Owens Valley Indian Water CommissionFY05/06 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance amendment increases the amount of federal EPA funding by $156,000 to a revised total of $297,000. The revised total approved cost is $312,768.

These funds support continued development and implementation of the Water Quality Monitoring Program through June 30, 2006. This includes ground and surface water monitoring and data collection, development of groundwater flow models, and the water quality database supporting Bishop, Big Pine and Lone Pine Reservations in Inyo County.
$297,00007/01/200406/30/2006
99971101Pacific Studies CenterSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - MOFFETT FIELD

This Technical Assistance Grant will allow the Pacific Studies Center (PSC) at Moffett Field Superfund Site group to procure an independent Technical Advisor (TA) to help and interpret information pertaining to the Moffett Field Superfund Site. The TA will help PSC understand information contained in the technical documents related to the hazardous waste site cleanup, which will be shared with the rest of the community. Through this TAG, the grantee and its community will be informed in order to allow for meaningful participation in the cleanup and decision-making process.
$100,00010/01/200710/30/2016
99970901Soboba Band Of Mission IndiansGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM I

This amendment decreases the total approved EPA assistance amount by $39,845, based on the final Financial Status Report dated 10/2/01. The deobligated balance of $39,845 has been carried forward to Grant #GA-98989801-1.
$329,09908/12/199708/12/2001
99967311La Jolla Band of Luiseno IndiansFY11 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is for further development of the water pollution control program by conducting water quality monitoring and analyses; staff training; conducting water quality outreach and education to the tribal community; and reporting. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $75,000.
$75,00010/01/201009/30/2011
99967306La Jolla Band of Luiseno IndiansFY06-10 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is for the La Jolla Band of Luisieno Indians to develop and implement its water pollution control program, as follows: conduct surface and groundwater quality monitoring, enter the results into a data base to assess & manage water quality on the reservation over time, in order to ensure its water quality can be maintained or improved as necessary, and to develop a water quality assessment report.
$299,81310/01/200509/30/2010
99967305La Jolla Band of Luiseno IndiansFY-05 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The full EPA assistance amount of $104,086 funds the development and implementation of the La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians water pollution control program. This grant agreement will support the July 16, 2004 workplan tasks numbered 1-6 during the period October 1, 2004 through September 30, 2005.
$104,08610/01/200409/30/2005
99967012Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission IndiansFY-12 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the Pechanga Band's further development of its water pollution control program by updating their well head protection plan, finalize their Quality Assurance Project Plan, outreach and education, training and travel. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/201109/30/2012
99967011Pechanga Band of Luiseno IndiansFY-11 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the Pechanga Band's further development of its water pollution control program by conducting groundwater quality monitoring in order to assess and manage water quality on the Reservation. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/201009/30/2011
99967010Pechanga Band of Luiseno IndiansFY-10 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the Pechanga Band's further development of its water pollution control program by identifying area and regional water issues that may affect tribal surface and groundwater, updating the wellhead protection plan and properly closing abandoned wells to protect groundwater. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/200909/30/2010
99967009Pechanga Band of Luiseno IndiansFY09 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This program will continue to identify area and regional water issues that may affect tribal waters. The recipient will continue to provide water quality education and outreach to Tribal members, continue educational training for environmental department staff and update the wellhead protection plan. In addition, the recipient will further protect their supply of ground water by abandoning 3 wells that will be properly closed. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000.
$60,00010/01/200809/30/2009
99967008Pechanga Band of Luiseno IndiansFY08 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000. These funds will help support program reporting, Identify area and regional water issues that may affect waters of the reservation, continue water quality education and outreach, finalize Quality Assurance Project Plan, and protect ground water by properly abandoning one well.
$60,00010/01/200709/30/2008
99967007Pechanga Band of Luiseno IndiansFY07 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $60,000. The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians water pollution control program, as follows: identify area and regional water issues that may effect waters of the reservation, water quality education for community members, and to identify watershed issues for Pechanga Indian Reservation and protect waters of Pechanga by the proper abandonment of 3 wells.
$60,00010/01/200609/30/2007
99967006Pechanga Band of Luiseno IndiansFY06 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance agreement provides full Federal funding in the amount of $60,000. The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians water pollution control program, as follows: identify area and regional water issues that may effect tribal waters, water quality education for community members, and to identify watershed issues for Pechanga Indian Reservation and protect waters of Pechanga by the proper abandonment of 2 wells.
$60,00010/01/200509/30/2006
99966615AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, non-point source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. Major activities of these programs include: conducting surface water quality monitoring, preparing a water quality assessment, preparing pollution prevention permits, writing TMDLs, reducing non-point source pollution, participating in inter-agency watershed coordination activities, conducting outreach/education to the community, building infrastructure by conducting training and professional development, and reporting progress to EPA. This award action provides partial federal funding in the amount of $2,844,018.
$2,844,01807/01/201406/30/2015
99966614AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, non point source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. Major activities of these programs include: conducting surface water quality monitoring, preparing a water quality assessment, preparing pollution prevention permits, writing TMDLs, reducing non point source pollution, participating in inter agency watershed coordination activities, conducting outreach/education to the community, and building infrastructure by conducting training and professional development, and reporting progress to EPA. This award provides partial federal funding in the amount of $2,679,632.
$4,426,23007/01/201306/30/2014
99966613AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, nonpoint source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. Major activities of these programs are: conducting surface water quality monitoring, preparing a water quality assessment, preparing pollution permits, writing Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL's), reducing nonpoint source pollution, participating in interagency watershed coordination activities, conducting outreach/education to the community; and building infrastructure by conducting training and professional development, and reporting progress to EPA. On April 6, 2012 the Director of Arizona's Department of Environmental Quality requested that EPA fund the previous mentioned programs through a Performance Partnership Grant (PPG).
$4,085,09807/01/201206/30/2013
99966611AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, nonpoint source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. Major activities of these programs are: conducting surface water quality monitoring, preparing a water quality assessment, preparing pollution permits, writing Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL's), reducing nonpoint source pollution, participating in interagency watershed coordination activities, conducting outreach/education to the community; and building infrastructure by conducting training and professional development, and reporting progress to EPA. On April 30, 2010 the Director of Arizona's Department of Environmental Quality, Benjamin Grumbles requested that EPA fund the previous mentioned programs through a PPG.
$10,005,60307/01/201006/30/2012
99966610AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, nonpoint source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. Major activities of these programs are: conducting surface water quality monitoring, preparing a water quality assessment, preparing pollution permits, writing Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL's), reducing nonpoint source pollution, participating in interagency watershed coordination activities, conducting outreach/education to the community; and building infrastructure by conducting training and professional development, and reporting progress to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Partial federal funding is in the amount of $2,945,380.
$4,303,05407/01/200906/30/2010
99966609AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, nonpoint source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. Major activities of these programs include: conducting surface water quality monitoring, preparing a water quality assessment, preparing pollution permits, writing TMDL's, reducing nonpoint source pollution, participating in interagency watershed coordination activities, conducting outreach/education to the community; and building infrastructure by conducting training and professional development, and reporting progress to EPA. Partial funding is in the amount of $4,544,939 which includes EPA in-kind services in the amount of $50,000 to provide services to support ADEQ's pretreatment program. Total project costs are $7,001,818.
$4,544,93907/01/200806/30/2009
99966608AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, nonpoint source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. The recipient will implement a State program of environmental management which will monitor and ensure delivery of safe drinking water by public water supply systems and by completing workplan activities and the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act. Partial funding is in the amount of $3,312,397 which includes EPA in-kind services in the amount of $50,000 to provide services to support ADEQ's pretreatment program.
$4,340,70007/01/200706/30/2008
99966606AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (CWA 106, 319 NPS, PWSS)

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, nonpoint source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. These are continuing environmental programs. The recipient will implement a State program of environmental management which will monitor and ensure delivery of safe drinking water by public water supply systems by completing activities in accordance with the grant work plan and the requirements of the Safe Drinking Water Act. The recipient will also implement a State program of environmental management which will monitor, abate, and control water pollution by completing activities in accordance with the grant work plan and the requirements of the Clean Water Act.

The associated work plan is on file with the Project Officer.
$7,981,95107/01/200506/30/2007
99966605AZ Dept of Env QualityPERFORMANCE PARTNERSHIP GRANT (CWA 106, 319 NPS, PWSS)

This award will be used to carry out the objectives of the surface and ground water protection programs, nonpoint source pollution control program, and the public water supply supervision program. These are continuing environmental programs.

The associated grant work plan is on file with the Project Officer.
$5,564,09307/01/200406/30/2005
99961101UNRPOLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS - INFORMATIONAL RESOURCE AND WEBINAR EDUCATION AND TRAINING.

this project supports Western Regional Pollution Prevention Network (WRPPN) to provide National Pollution Prevention informational resource and webinar education and training to achieve pollution prevention in business and industry. The project will include webinars, Topic Hubs updates (internet), entering data into the National Pollution Prevention (P2) Results Database, two sector roundtables, updates and maintenance of the WRPPN programs directory, and contribution of WRPPN conference proceedings to the P2 National Library.
$130,00010/01/200710/31/2009
99958101City of AnaheimBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

The cooperative agreement will be used to conduct a site-specific assessment at the Ross Park expansion site, formerly used as an agricultural supply and service facility for decades. The site is located adjacent to a five-acre park, which is expected to be expanded to nine-acres. The recipient will also conduct human health risk assessment, cleanup planning and community involvement activities. The total EPA funding amount is $200,000.
$200,00010/01/200711/30/2010
99958001City of East Palo AltoBROWNFIELDS ECONOMIC REDEV - ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATION PILOT

This amendment will continue to support the Brownfields Redevelopment effort within the City of East Palo Alto by partially funding one additional year of an Interpersonnel Agreement (IPA) salary.
$1,142,65910/01/199601/31/2006
99957501Anaheim Redevelopment AgencyBROWNFIELDS ASSESSMENT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

The grant amendment extends the budget and project period end dates from November 30, 2010 to November 30, 2011.

The cooperative agreement will be used to conduct site-specific site assessments of hazardous substances at the Atchison Street Housing Site, a former industrial property. The site is located within the City's downtown revitalization zone. The recipient will also conduct health risk assesments, cleanup planning and community involvement activities. The total EPA funding amount of $200,000 remains the same.
$200,00010/01/200711/30/2011
99950315Walker River Paiute TribeFY-2015 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $164,520. The purpose of this project is for the Walker River Paiute Tribe's further development of its water pollution control program by conducting ground and surface water quality monitoring to assess water quality on the reservation, developing water quality standards to better manage water quality, and developing a wetland program plan to better protect reservation wetland resources.
$164,52010/01/201409/30/2015
99950312Walker River Paiute TribeFY12-14 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this program is to further development of the Walker River Tribe's water pollution control program. The Tribe will continue surface water quality monitoring and assessment, continue to develop water quality standards and seek Treatment as a State, complete outreach activities on water quality importance and teach tribal members to appreciate and protect the river, continue to work with USGS on ground water monitoring and provide program oversight and reporting to EPA.
$493,56010/01/201109/30/2014
99950309Walker River Paiute TribeFY 09-11 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Walker River Paiute Tribe Clean Water Act (CWA) Section 106 program. The Tribe will conduct surface water quality monitoring and assessment, review and update their Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP), continue progress reporting to EPA, continue to develop tribal water quality standards, review and comment on relevant documents related to potential geothermal discharge, and provide water quality education for community members.
$502,23410/01/200809/30/2011
99950306Walker River Paiute TribeFY-06/07/08 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to continue development of the Walker River Paiute Tribe's comprehensive water quality management program. This includes development of tribal water quality standards, surface and groundwater water quality monitoring, evaluation of water quality data to assess impact of water quality on tribal program goals, and provide water quality education for tribal members.
$493,56010/01/200509/30/2008
99950305Walker River Paiute TribeFY-05 WATER PULLUTION CONTROL

Funds will be used to support the CWA 106 program for the Walker River Paiute Tribe in Nevada continued development of water quality standards for the Tribe. This will include ongoing refinements to attain Program Authorization for the water quality standards, surface water quality monitoring and implementing the ground water sampling program.
$204,15910/01/200409/30/2005
99950304Walker River Paiute TribeFY-04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

FY02 carryover funds from the CWA 106 program will be used by the Walker River Paiute Tribe to continue development of tribal water quality standards. This phase of this process will be to conduct a fluvial geomorphic mapping of the Walker River above Weber Reservoir.
$157,36910/01/200309/30/2004
99947801Clark County Dept of Air Quality & Env MgmtPM 2.5 MONITORING NETWORK

The purpose of this program is to monitor fine particulate matter with the diameter equal to or smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5) in order to determine Clark County's compliance with the PM2.5 national ambient air quality standard and determine reductions in air emissions. The funds for this program are appropriated by Congress under Section 103 of the CAA for the continuing operation of a PM2.5 monitoring network. It supports the purchase of equipment, siting and maintenance of the equipment as well as data collection and analysis of the data.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $196,940 which includes $24,570 for EPA in-kind services to pay for analysis of speciation samples for the Speciation Trends Network. Preaward costs has been approved back to July 1, 2007.
$196,94002/01/200703/31/2008
99947601Taube-Koret Campus for Jewish LifeBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS - CLEANUP TAUBE-KORET CAMPUS

This assistance agreement provides full federal EPA funding in the amount of $200,000 to support cleanup of hazardous substances at the Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life site. During the life of the project the grantee will also involve stakeholders by holding community meetings and sharing written information.

Pre award costs are authorized back to July 1, 2007.
$200,00007/01/200710/31/2010
99947401Confederated Tribes of the Goshute ReservationSWDA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES -SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PLAN

This project will improve solid waste management on the Goshute Reservation through the development of a comprehensive integrated solid waste management plan (ISWMP) for the entire community. This is a full award in the amount of $24,000.
$24,00010/01/200703/31/2009
99947301Navajo NationSDWA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - WASTE MANAGEMENT

This project will improve solid waste management on the Navajo Nation through the development of a comprehensive public solid waste education program for the entire community. Specific tasks include the development of Public Service Announcements for television and radio, as well as a number of printed solid waste educational documents. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $40,000.
$40,00010/01/200706/30/2011
99947011Fort McDowell Yavapai NationFY 11-15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to continue the Tribe's water quality monitoring program to increase knowledge of pollutants in Tribal waters. This will lead to the protection of water quality and further the Tribe's efforts to reduce water pollution on Tribal lands.
$322,70110/01/201009/30/2015
99947006Fort McDowell Yavapai NationWATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is for the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation to implement its water pollution control program, as follows: conduct surface and groundwater quality monitoring, enter the results into a data base to assess & manage water quality on the reservation over time, to issue a water quality assessment report that measures water quality against the Nation's water quality indicators, in order to ensure water quality can be maintained and improved as necessary; and to implement a community education program to enable tribal members and non-members to understand and participate in water quality improvement and protection efforts.
$240,00010/01/200509/30/2010
99946511Colorado River Indian TribesFY11-14 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to continue the Tribe's water quality monitoring program to increase knowledge of pollutants in Tribal waters. This will lead to the protection of water quality and further the Tribe's efforts to reduce water pollution on Tribal lands.
$246,55510/01/201009/30/2014
99946506Colorado River Indian TribesFY06-10 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to continue the development and implementation of Colorado River Indian Tribe's water pollution control program as follows: conduct a water quality monitoring program, obtain training to increase knowledge of water quality pollution control, conduct water quality education, and update water quality database.
$373,00010/01/200509/30/2010
99945101Tri-Valley CARESSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - LAWRENCE LIVERMORE NATIONAL LAB (MAIN SITE)

This Technical Assistance Grant will allow the recipient to procure an independent Technical Advisor (TA) to help interpret information pertaining to the Lawrence Livermore National Lab (Main Site). The TA will help the recipient understand information contained in the technical documents related to the hazardous waste site cleanup, which will be shared with the rest of the community. Through this grant, the recipient and its community will be informed in order to allow for meaningful participation in the cleanup and decision-making process.
$102,22610/01/199610/31/2011
99943901Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc.COMPLIANCE ASSURANCE AND ENFORCEMENT - TRIBAL MONITORING

The objective of the project is for the recipient to assist tribes in planning, developing and establishing a tribal monitoring assistance program, which will support tribal compliance activities for water sampling and monitoring.
$105,00010/01/200712/31/2011
99939214HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $110,000 to support the Water Quality Planning and Management Program of the Hawaii Department of Health. Funded activities include amendments to water quality standards; monitoring for Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads, and data management. This funding is necessary for the State to carry out its responsibilities under the State Water Quality Planning and Management Program.
$110,00010/01/201409/30/2019
99939213HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $104,000 which supports the Water Quality Management Program of the Hawaii Department of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendments; bioassessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs); data management; and holding public informational meetings and hearings. This funding is necessary for the State to carry out its responsibilities under the State Water Quality Planning and Management Program.
$104,00010/01/201309/30/2018
99939212HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This grant supports the Water Quality Management Program of the Hawaii Department of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendments; bioassessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads; data management; and holding public informational meetings and hearings.This funding is necessary for the State to carry out its responsibilities under the State Water Quality Planning and Management Program.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $111,000.
$111,00010/01/201209/30/2017
99939211HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $116,000. This grant supports the Water Quality Management Program of the Hawaii Department of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendments; bioassessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads; data management; and holding public informational meetings and hearings. This funding is necessary for the State to carry out its responsibilities under the State Water Quality Planning and Management Program.
$116,00010/01/201109/30/2015
99939210HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This assistance agreement provides funding in the amount of $159,000 to support the Water Quality Management Program of the Hawaii Department of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendments; bio assessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads; data management; and holding public informational meetings and hearings. This funding is necessary for the State to carry out its responsibilities under the State Water Quality Planning and Management Program.
$159,00004/01/201103/31/2016
99939209HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This grant supports the Water Quality Management Program of the HI Department of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendment; bio assessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads; data management; and the holding of public informational meetings and hearings. This funding is necessary for the state to carry-out their responsibilities under the State Water Quality Planning and Management Program.

This assistance agreement provide funding in the amount of $114,719.
$114,71910/01/200909/30/2014
99939208HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This grant supports the Water Quality Management Program of the HI Dept of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendment; bioassessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for the Clean Water Act section 303(d) listing; development of Total Maximum Daily Loads; data management; and the holding of public informational meetings and hearings.
This assistance agreement provides federal funding in the amount of $111,859.
$111,85910/01/200809/30/2013
99939206HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of 100,000 to support the Water Quality Management Program of the HI Dept of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendment; development and implementation of bioassessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for CWA section 303(d) listing, development of Total Maximum Daily Loads, data management; and the holding of public informational meetings and hearings. This funding is necessary for the state to carry out their responsibilities under the State Water Quality Management Program
$100,00002/01/200612/31/2008
99939205HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING

This assistance agreement provides full Federal funding in the amount of $100,000 to support the Water Quality Management Program of the HI Dept of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendment; development and implementation of bioassessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for CWA section 303(d) listing, development of Total Maximum Daily Loads, data management; and the holding of public informational meetings and hearings. This funding is necessary for the state to carry out their responsibilities under the State Water Quality Management Program
$100,00004/05/200512/31/2008
99939203HI Dept of HealthWATER QUALITY MGMT PLANNING - COLLECTION & ANALYSIS OF WATER QUALITY DATA

This grant supports the Water Quality Management Program of the HI Dept of Health. Funded activities include water quality standards amendment; development and implementation of bioassessments, visual assessments, and other monitoring for CWA section 303(d) listing, development of Total Maximum Daily Loads, and 305(b) reports; data management; and the holding of public informational meetings and hearings. This funding is necessary for the state to carryout their responsibilities under the State Water Quality Management Program.
$168,51304/18/200309/30/2007
99937401AZ Dept of Env QualityPOLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS - TOXIC RELEASE INVENTORY FACILITY POLLUTION PREVENTION OUTREACH

This project will identify Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) facilities that have not yet filed Pollution Prevention (P2) plans with Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and then provide Pollution Prevention technical assistance to increase their level of chemical and waste reductions. This will be accomplished by identifying target facilities by comparing TRI and P2 databases, holding P2 planning workshops, and on-site technical assistance visits. This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $80,000.
$80,00010/01/200710/31/2009
99937301Yerington Paiute TribeSUPERFUND SUPPORT AGENCY COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The project will allow the Yerington Paiute Tribe meaningful involvement in remedial activities and response for the Anaconda/Yerington Mine (the site) which includes developing a Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP); participating in dust and indoor air monitoring; working with Agency for Toxics Substance Disease Registry (ATSDR) to develop a health assessment for water quality monitoring which began in 2005; and reviewing and providing comments on documents generated for the site.

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $45,000.
$45,00010/01/200801/29/2010
99936801Imperial County APCDCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - AIR QUALITY TASK FORCE

As co-chair of the Border 2012 Imperial County/Mexicali Air Quality Task Force, the District will be involved in outreach to the binational community about air quality on both sides of the border. This outreach will assist the District in its participation in local projects, such as emissions inventory work in Imperial County and Mexicali, which will reduce air pollution in Imperial County. In addition, this grant will assist the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District in the development data gather activities and outreach in the development of PM-10 and ozone plans for the District.

This assistance amendment increases the EPA funding amount by $$125,000.00 and extends the budget and project end dates to March 31, 2011.
$410,00010/01/200703/31/2011
99936801Imperial County APCDCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - AIR QUALITY TASK FORCE

As co-chair of the Border 2012 Imperial County/Mexicali Air Quality Task Force, the District will be involved in outreach to the binational community about air quality on both sides of the border. This outreach will assist the District in its participation in local projects, such as emissions inventory work in Imperial County and Mexicali, which will reduce air pollution in Imperial County. In addition, this grant will assist the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District in the development data gather activities and outreach in the development of PM-10 and ozone plans for the District.

This assistance amendment increases the EPA funding amount by $$125,000.00 and extends the budget and project end dates to March 31, 2011.
$410,00010/01/200703/31/2011
99933701National Association of Minority Contractors of AZSWDA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - WASTE REDUCTION

This project will identify, characterize, and track results of diverting construction and demolition (C&D) waste by minority contractors in Arizona. The contractors will identify C&D waste management plans and establish the best practices for diverting waste. By monitoring and recording the amount of C&D waste diverted, the project will train the contractors for future projects and produce draft specifications for diverting C&D in green building projects.
$36,00009/01/200703/31/2010
99932811Yavapai-Prescott Indian TribeFY11-15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to continue the Tribe's water quality monitoring program to increase knowledge of pollutants in Tribal waters. This will lead to the protection of water quality and further the Tribe's efforts to reduce water pollution on Tribal lands.
$259,19310/01/201009/30/2015
99932806Yavapai-Prescott Indian TribeFY06-09 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is for the Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe to develop and implement its water pollution control program, as follows: conduct surface and groundwater quality monitoring, enter the results into a data base to assess & manage water quality on the reservation over time, in order to ensure its water quality can be maintained or improved as necessary, and to develop a water quality assessment report.
$355,00010/01/200509/30/2010
99932601Yurok TribeSTATE AND TRIBAL RESPONSE PROGRAM GRANTS

The Yurok Tribe will use this assistance agreement to establish a Tribal Brownfields Response Plan. The tribe will specifically conduct a brownfields inventory, review tribal laws, develop a public record of brownfields sites and ensure public participation .
$150,00010/01/200709/30/2009
99932313Big Valley Rancheria Band of Pomo IndiansFY 13-15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for Big Valley Rancheria's further development of its water pollution control program by conducting surface and groundwater quality monitoring in order to assess and manage water quality on the reservation. The tribe will also train staff and educate the tribal community on water quality issues.
$225,00010/01/201209/30/2015
99932308Big Valley Rancheria Band of Pomo IndiansFY 08-12 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is for Big Valley Rancheria's further development of its water pollution control program by developing and implementing their water quality monitoring program; maintaining staffing levels and staff training;developing tribal water quality standards; completing the Annual Assessment Report; community education; and quarterly reporting.
$439,89710/01/200709/30/2012
99932214Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleyFY14-15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this program is for the Shoshone Paiute Tribe of Duck Valley to manage its resources so that the waterbodies on the Duck Valley Indian Reservation are fully supporting designated or existing beneficial uses in accordance with the Tribes' water quality standards. The Tribe will continue surface water quality and bioassessment monitoring and assessment, staff training, water quality education for tribal members and youth, characterization of ground water resouces, assisting with Rio Tinto mine remediation and water quality standards development.
$288,00010/01/201309/30/2015
99932211Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleyFY11-13 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this program is for the Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck Valley to continue to develop a technically sound monitoring, assessment and water quality management program under Clean Water Act Section 106. The Tribe will continue surface water quality and bioassessment monitoring and assessment, mercury monitoring in fish, staff training, provide water quality education to tribal members and youth, characterize groundwater resources, and complete development of water quality standards.
$438,69410/01/201009/30/2013
99932206Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck ValleyFY06-10 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This program implements the Shoshone Paiute Tribes of Duck Valley's water quality goal of managing its resources so that the water bodies on the Duck Valley Reservation are fully supporting designated or existing beneficial uses. This will be done through surface water quality and bioassessment monitoring and assessment, continued water quality standards development, continued mine remediation activities and groundwater characterization studies.
$680,00010/01/200509/30/2010
99926701Pima Cnty Wastewater Mgmt DeptWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT - ARID WEST WATER QUALITY RESEARCH

Water Infrastructure - Arid West Water Quality Research Project

This agreement funds the Arid West Water Quality Research project.
$5,000,00004/21/199505/31/2006
99926508Manzanita Band of Mission IndiansFY08-12 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Manzanita Band's program as follows: continue to implement tribal water quality monitoring program, implement wellhead protection plan, education of tribal water staff and outreach to tribal members , and entering the monitoring results into a database to assess and manage water quality on the reservation over time.
$355,68510/01/200709/30/2012
99926507Manzanita Band of Mission IndiansFY-07 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $70,000. The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Manzanita Band of Kumeyaay Nation Water Pollution control program as follows: perform water quality monitoring, continue with their source water and wellhead protection program, conduct water quality education and outreach program and conduct a Manzanita Lake restoration planning process.
$70,00010/01/200609/30/2007
99926504Manzanita Band of Mission IndiansFY04/05/06 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This amendment increases the EPA funding by $70,000 to support the workplan dated March 29, 2005 for tasks numbered 1-5 during the period October 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006. The purpose of this program/project is the development and implementation of the Manzanita Band of Mission Indians Water Pollution Control Program. The revised total EPA assistance amount is $213,507.
$213,50710/01/200309/30/2006
99925501Western Governors' AssociationCAA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - MEXICALI EMISSIONS INVENTORY

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $137,047. The purpose of this project is to gather emissions data which will be used to develop emission reduction strategies to improve air quality in the Imperial-Mexicali region.

Pre-award costs are approved back to July 1, 2007.
$137,04707/01/200703/31/2009
99925205CA Dept of Toxic Subs ControlSUPERFUND PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT SITE INVESTIGATION (PA/SI)

The project's objective is to support the State by providing funds for assessing and prioritizing sites for potential clean-up. This agreement also supports the Superfund site assessment goal to determine if Superfund cleanup is needed at 85% of the sites identified.
$1,375,00007/01/200406/30/2008
99920501UNRPOLLUTION PREVENTION GRANTS - WRPPN ANNUAL CONFERENCE AND ADMINISTRATION

Western Regional Pollution Prevention Network (WRPPN) provides Pollution Prevention Assistance to help state and local programs maximize effectiveness of their Pollution Prevention programs. To promote multimedia Pollution Prevention, WRPPN will provide regional conference support including technical trainings, best management practices, and compliance assistance through Pollution Prevention. WRPPN also holds Advisory Board Meetings, Outreach to local and state programs, and measurement and Environmental Protection Agency voluntary program recruitment.
$113,00010/01/200709/30/2009
99920401Water Infrastructure Finance AuthHARDSHIP GRANTS PROGRAM FOR RURAL COMMUNITIES

The objective of the project is to provide assistance for planning, design and construction of publicly owned treatment works which will provide wastewater services to rural communities that are currently not served by any sewage collection or wastewater treatment system, and are severely econimically disadvantaged.
$444,50003/15/199906/30/2009
99920301Frontier Fertilizer Superfund Oversight GroupSUPERFUND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE GRANT - DAVIS, CA

This amendment extends the budget and project period end dates for an additional two years, from November 30, 2002 to November 30, 2004, with no change in the total EPA assistance amount awarded to date of $100,000. Terms and conditions remain in full force and effect. EPA funding supports the grantee's procurement of a Technical Advisor's services, to provide information to the grantee related to the Superfund hazardous waste clean-up activities at the Frontier Fertilizer Superfund Site.
$100,00005/01/199512/31/2004
99919611Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansFY11-15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is for the Pauma Band of Mission Indians to further develop their Water Pollution Control Program by conducting surface and ground water quality monitoring to assess waters on the reservation, providing staff training and conducting community outreach efforts to tribal community members.
$325,00010/01/201009/30/2015
99919610Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansFY10 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the further development of Pauma Band of Mission Indian's water pollution control program by identifying area and regional water issues that may affect tribal surface and groundwaters, continuing to implement the water quality monitoring program, developing an electronic water quality database and educating the surrounding community on water pollution control measures to improve water quality on the Tribe's land.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $65,000.
$65,00010/01/200909/30/2010
99919609Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansFY-09 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Pauma Band of Mission Indians Water Quality Program. The Tribe will monitor surface and ground water and provide water quality education for community members.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $70,000.
$70,00010/01/200809/30/2009
99919608Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansFY-08 -WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Pauma Band of Mission Indians' Clean Water Act 106 program as follows: conducting surface and groundwater quality monitoring, providing water quality education for community members, and providing training to employees about water quality objectives and goals.
$75,00010/01/200709/30/2008
99919607Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansFY-07 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $75,000. The purpose of this project is to develop and implement the Pauma Band of Mission Indian's water pollution control program as follows: conduct water quality education, continue water quality monitoring program and continue an assessment of the water quality data collected.
$75,00010/01/200609/30/2007
99919604Pauma Band Of Mission IndiansFY04/05 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

This amendment increases the EPA funding amount by $75,000 to support tasks numbered 1-5 within the Oct 1, 2005 - Sep 30, 2006 workplan. See approved workplan for details. The revised EPA funding amount is $225,261. This program aims to improve and maintain water quality on the Pauma Reservation via monitoring & analyses, training, outreach and education.
$225,26110/01/200309/30/2006
99919101Environmental ServicesBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

The purpose of this project is to clean up hazardous substances at the Painted Hills Natural Resources Park site. The project will involve nearby residents and other stakeholders by holding community meetings and sharing written information. This is a full award in the amount of $200,000 of federal funds. The total approved project costs are $240,000.
$200,00010/01/200711/30/2012
99916201Tulare Redevelopment AgencyBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

The cooperative agreement will be used to cleanup hazardous substances at the Imperial Pallet Anchor site, which is a former illegal dump site for 55 gallon drums of hazardous waste. This agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $200,000.
$200,00010/01/200711/30/2010
99914301Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi IndGENERAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - GAP III

The objective of this project is to expand the Tribe's Environmental Protection Program to include updatiing the Integrated Solid Waste Management Plan, revising environmental ordinances, providing environmental community outreach and education, and a transfer station pilot project. This award provides funding for the period of 10/01/10 to 09/30/11.
$495,00010/01/200709/30/2011
99912013White Mountain Apache TribeFY13-15 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

The purpose of this project is for the White Mountain Apache Tribe to further develop it's Water Pollution Control Program by conducting surface and groundwater monitoring, providing water quality education and implementing their watershed strategic plan in order to assess and manage water quality on the reservation.
$450,00007/01/201206/30/2015
99912009White Mountain Apache TribeFY09-12 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this project is to continue developing and implementing the White Mountain Apache's CWA 106 Water Pollution Control Program. The Tribe will conduct surface and groundwater monitoring, staff training, providing water quality education for community members, implementing their watershed strategic and wetlands plans, which sets forth rules for protection of its water quality, and progress reporting to EPA. .
$645,00007/01/200806/30/2012
99912005White Mountain Apache TribeFY05/06/07/08 - WATER POLLUTION CONTROL PROGRAM

The purpose of this program is to continue to support the White Mt. Apache Tribe to develop and implement the Tribe's Water Pollution Control program as follows: Administer the watershed Program, Continue monitoring targeted assessments of Tribal surface waters, evaluate past monitoring projects and at-risk sites, staff training, and quarterly reporting to EPA as required.
$837,17807/01/200406/30/2008
99912004White Mountain Apache TribeFY-04 WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $202,397 to support tasks numbered 1-8 within the workplan. These include 1) Administer Watershed Program, 2) Conduct analysis on channel morphology on selected streams across White Mountain Apache Tribe reservation, 3) Temperature monitoring with probes, 4) Fecal coliform monitoring, 5) Water Quality monitoring for metal and nutrients, 6) Prepare report of water quality sampling for 2003, 7) Revise Watershed Restoration Strategic Plan, and 8) Storm Water sampling for Carrizo and Cibecure Creeks.
$108,54507/01/200306/30/2004
99911215HI Dept of HealthFY-15 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD GRANTS

This award provides partial EPA funding in the amount of $175,519 to fund Hawaii's FY 2015 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the implementation of a lead-based paint training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), Title IV.
$175,51910/01/201409/30/2015
99911214HI Dept of HealthFY-14 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD GRANTS

This award provides additional EPA funding in the amount of $131,849 which fully funds Hawaii's FY 2014 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the implementation of a lead-based training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), Title IV.
$199,47910/01/201309/30/2014
99911213HI Dept of HealthFY-13 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD GRANTS

This award provides EPA funding in the amount of $199,479 to fund Hawaii's FY 2013 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the implementation of a lead-based paint training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), Title IV.
$199,47910/01/201209/30/2013
99911212HI Dept of HealthFY-12 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD GRANTS

This award provides EPA funding in the amount of $193,587 to fund Hawaii's FY 2012 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the implementation of a lead-based training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), Title IV.
$193,58710/01/201109/30/2012
99911211HI Dept of HealthFY-11 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD GRANTS

This award provides EPA funding in the amount of $184,939 to fund Hawaii's FY 2011 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the implementation of a lead-based training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), Title IV.
$184,93910/01/201009/30/2011
99911210HI Dept of HealthFY-10 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD GRANTS

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $190,130 to fund Hawaii's FY 2010 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the implementation of a lead-based training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), Title IV.
$190,13010/01/200909/30/2010
99911209HI Dept of HealthFY-09 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD PROGRAM

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $178,872 to fund Hawaii's FY-09 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the implementation of a lead-based paint training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of the Toxic Substances Control Act, Title IV.
$178,87210/01/200809/30/2009
99911208HI Dept of HealthFY-08 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD PROGRAM

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $166,545 to fund Hawaii's FY-08 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the implementation of a lead-based paint training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of TSCA, Title IV.
$166,54510/01/200709/30/2008
99911207HI Dept of HealthFY-07 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD PROGRAM

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $177,103 to fund Hawaii's FY-07 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the development of a lead-based paint training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of TSCA, Title IV.
$177,10310/01/200609/30/2007
99911206HI Dept of HealthFY-06 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD PROGRAM

This award provides full EPA funding in the amount of $111,635 to fund Hawaii's FY-06 State Lead Program, the purpose of which is to support the development of a lead-based paint training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 4049g) of TSCA, Title IV.
$111,63510/01/200509/30/2006
99911205HI Dept of HealthFY-05 TSCA TITLE IV - STATE LEAD GRANTS

FY-05 TSCA Title IV-State lead Grants: This award provides the remainder of EPA funding for FY05 in the amount of $56,194 to fund Hawaii's FY05 State Lead program, the purpose of which is to support the development of a lead-based paint training and certification program pursuant to Sections 402 and 404 of TSCA, Title IV.
$139,19410/01/200409/30/2005
99907701City of Fremont Redevelopment AgencyBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This cooperative agreement provides full Federal funding in the amount of $200,000 to cleanup hazardous substances at the 37592 Niles Boulevard site, formely the Union Pacific railyard. During the life of the project the City will also involve nearby residents and other stakeholders by holding community meetings and sharing written information.
$200,00010/01/200710/30/2011
99904814Gila River Indian CommunityFY-14 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this agreement is to support the Gila River Indian Community Pesticides Office (GRIC) in ensuring that pesticides are manufactured, sold, used and stored according to Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the GRIC Pesticide Ordinance. This agreement aims to improve the understanding and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, protecting human health and the environment by implementing activities related to pesticide compliance assurance and field program activities related to endangered species, water quality and worker safety.

This assistance agreement provide full Federal funding in the amount of $120,500.
$120,50010/01/201309/30/2014
99904813Gila River Indian CommunityFY13 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this agreement is to support the Gila River Indian Community (GRIC) Pesticides Office in ensuring that pesticides are manufactured, sold, used, and stored according to Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the GRIC Pesticide Ordinance. This agreement aims to improve the understanding and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, protecting human health and the environment by implementing activities related to pesticide compliance assurance and field program activities related to endangered species, water quality and worker safety.

This assistance agreement provide full federal funding in the amount of $110,000.
$110,00010/01/201209/30/2013
99904812Gila River Indian CommunityFY12 - PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this agreement is to support the Gila River Indian Community (GRIC) Pesticides Office in ensuring that pesticides are manufactured, sold, used, and stored according to Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the GRIC Pesticide Ordinance. This agreement aims to improve the understanding and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, protecting human health and the environment by implementing activities related to pesticide compliance assurance and field program activities related to endangered species, water quality and worker safety.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $110,000.
$110,00010/01/201109/30/2012
99904811Gila River Indian CommunityFY11 - PESTICIDE CONSOLICATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this agreement is to support the Gila River Indian Community Pesticides Office (GRIC) in ensuring that pesticides are manufactured, sold, used, and stored according to Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and the GRIC Pesticide Ordinance. This agreement aims to improve the understanding and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, protecting human health and the environment by implementing activities related to pesticide compliance assurance and field program activities related to endangered species, water quality and worker safety.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $110,000.
$110,00010/01/201009/30/2011
99904810Gila River Indian CommunityFY10 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The purpose of this agreement is to support the Gila River Indian Community Pesticides Office (GRIC) in ensuring that pesticides are manufactured, sold, used, and stored according to FIFRA and the GRIC Pesticide Ordinance. This agreement aims to improve the understanding and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, protecting human health and the environment by implementing activities related to pesticide compliance assurance and worker safety.

This assistance agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $110,000.
$110,00010/01/200909/30/2010
99904809Gila River Indian CommunityFY09 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement is to support the Gila River Indian Community in ensuring that pesticides are manufactured, sold, used, and stored according to federal and tribal law. This agreement aims to improve the understanding and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations, protecting human health and the environment by implementing activites related to compliance and worker safety.

This assistance agreement provides full federal funding in the amount of $110,000.
$110,00010/01/200809/30/2009
99904808Gila River Indian Community-DPWFY08 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

The Gila River Indian Community will conduct FIFRA compliance inspections, take appropriate enforcement actions, and implement worker safety programs through education and outreach efforts. This assistance agreement provides partial EPA funding in the amount of $100,000.
$140,00010/01/200709/30/2008
99904807Gila River Indian CommunityFY-07 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This agreement provides full EPA funding in the amount of $169,585 to support activities that protect human health and the environment by improving understanding of and compliance with pesticide laws and regulations. The Tribe will provide information to the community about the appropriate use of pesticides; conduct inspections and take appropriate enforcement action when violations are found; and implement the federal Worker Protection Standard regulation that requires pesticide training, hazard information and personal protective equipment be provided to agricultural workers.
$169,58510/01/200609/30/2007
99904806Gila River Indian CommunityFY06 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This assistance agreement provides partial federal funding in the amount of $106,833. Additional federal funds are contingent upon EPA, Region 9, receiving future federal appropriations. This project will conduct, in cooperation with EPA, pesticides enforcement for compliance assurances and worker safety activities in the program development areas.
$140,00010/01/200509/30/2006
99904805Gila River Indian CommunityFY-05 PESTICIDE CONSOLIDATED COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Continuation program for pesticides enforcement and program development.
$154,96510/01/200409/30/2005
99904401Habitat for Humanity East BayBROWNFIELDS CLEANUP COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

The purpose of this project is to cleanup hazardous substances at 10800 Edes Avenue site. The project will involve nearby residents and other stakeholders by holding community meetings and sharing written information. This is a full award in the amount of $200,000 of federal funds. The total approved project costs are $240,000. Preaward cost are approved back to 07/01/2007.
$200,00007/01/200710/31/2010
99904308CA Dept of Toxic Subs ControlSUPERFUND CORE PROGRAM COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

Agreement supports the State of California's development and maintenance of the Core Superfund Program for non-site specific management
$630,00007/01/200306/30/2006
99900001City of Santa MonicaSWDA SPECIAL PURPOSE ACTIVITIES - PILOT COLLECTION PROGRAM

This assistance agreement provides full federal EPA funding in the amount of $53,000 to support development of pilot programs to compost plastic food containers and food waste. Activities include working with plastic container manufacturers to create identifying markings on plastic containers to differentiate between compostable plastic and recyclable plastic containers so they can be properly sorted for composting or recycling. Additionally, this project will boost the anaerobic digestion of food waste by creating a cleaner food waste feedstock.
$53,00010/01/200710/31/2009
99899801CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSUMMITVILLE MINE OU4 SITE-WIDE RECLAMATION, EROSION CONTROL, STORMWATER MANAGEMENT, SOIL AMENDMENT

To continue the support to the Summitville Mine OU4 work.
$26,700,00009/30/199809/30/2007
99897601UT Department of Agriculture & FoodSPECIAL STUDIES

Regional AFO/CAFO Seminar CWA 104(b)
$36,97010/01/199806/30/2004
99897601UT Department of Agriculture & FoodSPECIAL STUDIES

Regional AFO/CAFO Seminar CWA 104(b)
$36,97010/01/199806/30/2004
99896501City of EvanstonBROWNFIELDS PILOT

This amendment is to increase funds to continue work on the Brownfields Pilot.
$375,00009/30/199809/30/2008
99896100Northern Arapahoe TribeTRIBAL SET ASIDE DRINKING WATER

Provide long-term financial for the cost of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements, and to protect public health.
$81,20009/01/200012/30/2005
99895301Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaDEVELOP AND MAINTAIN UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANK PROGRAM INCLUDING RECEIVING TRAINING, PROVIDE OUTREACH

To conduct tribal compliance assistance activities in Indian country for facilities with Underground Storage Tanks (UST) containing a petroleum product in order to prevent groundwater contamination.
$123,87310/08/199809/30/2004
99889801CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSPECIAL STUDIES - TMDL DEVELOPMENT

Provide support for Colorado WQ Control Division for analysis of Pathogen samples in support of TMDL development. Mosquito Creek
$51,31608/17/199801/31/2005
99888401Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal CouncilSUPERFUND PILOT PROJECT

Management Assistance for the Superfund Pilot Project
$588,69507/15/199807/15/2006
99888301Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal CouncilCORE PROJECT

This amendment is an increamental increase of the federal funds by $25,000 to allow the work of this project to continue under the approved workplan.
$317,88807/15/199809/30/2006
99885014MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA DWRSF FY 14

Th award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,845,00007/01/201404/30/2021
99885013MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA DWSRF FY 13

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,421,00007/01/201304/30/2020
99885012MT Department of Environmental QualityMONTANA

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,975,00007/01/201205/30/2019
99885011MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$9,418,00007/01/201104/30/2018
99885010MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$10,573,00006/15/201005/31/2030
99885010MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$10,573,00006/15/201005/31/2030
99885009MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER SRF

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00007/01/200906/30/2029
99885008MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$3,146,00007/01/200806/30/2028
99885007MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,229,00007/01/200706/30/2027
99885006MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance the State drinking water program.
$8,229,30007/01/200606/30/2026
99885005MT Department of Environmental QualitySAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Assist the State of Montana to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the State drinking water program.
$10,649,40007/01/200506/30/2025
99884697WY State Loan & Investment BoardSAFE DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide a long term source of funding for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health.
$12,558,80009/01/199809/30/2018
99884614Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,845,00007/01/201405/30/2021
99884613Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,421,00001/01/201412/31/2020
99884612Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND PROGRAM

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,975,00001/01/201311/30/2020
99884611Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardWYOMING FY 11 DRINKING WATER SRF

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$9,418,00008/01/201106/30/2018
99884610Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$13,573,00009/01/201008/31/2029
99884609Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00008/01/200908/31/2028
99884608Wyoming State Loan & Investment BoardWY FY 2008 DRINKING WATER

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00006/02/200803/31/2028
99884607WY State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health.
$8,229,00005/01/200704/30/2027
99884606WY State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Wyoming to 1) to establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the cost of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,229,30004/24/200609/30/2026
99884605WY State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Assist the State of Wyoming to establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health.
$8,285,50005/16/200502/28/2025
99884601WY State Loan & Investment BoardDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health.
$7,789,10005/01/200103/31/2021
99884014North Dakota Department of HealthNORTH DAKOTA DRINKING WATER SRF FY14

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,845,00004/22/201402/22/2021
99884013North Dakota Department of HealthNORTH DAKOTA DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND FY13

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,421,00006/01/201304/01/2020
99884012North Dakota Department of HealthND DWSRF FY 12

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,975,00006/15/201204/30/2019
99884011North Dakota Department of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water program.
$9,418,00002/29/201212/29/2018
99884010North Dakota Department of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$13,573,00012/06/201012/15/2017
99884009North Dakota Department of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00007/01/200907/01/2029
99884007North Dakota Department of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,229,00007/01/200712/31/2011
99884006North Dakota Department of HealthSAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of North Dakota to 1) to establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the cost of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,228,90008/01/200607/23/2008
99884005North Dakota Department of HealthND SAFE DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND

Provide a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health, and also provide funding to state drinking water programs.
$8,285,50009/01/200502/04/2008
99883806Casper CollegeSAFE DRINKING WATER TRAINING PROGRAM

Safe Drinking Water Training Program
$49,83112/20/200506/30/2008
99883804Casper CollegeCASPER COLLEGE

To provide training opportunities in students interested in pursuing environmental careers
$28,60308/01/200308/31/2004
99883214CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DWSRF FY 2014

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$15,394,00005/15/201403/30/2021
99883213CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$14,937,00007/03/201305/30/2020
99883212CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FY12 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$15,920,00005/15/201204/14/2019
99883210CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance technical assistance activities as part of the State's drinking water program.
$24,074,00006/15/201005/01/2030
99883208CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2008 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$14,350,00005/15/200803/01/2028
99883207CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2007 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and, 2) finance its drinking water program.
$14,497,00009/01/200708/31/2027
99883206CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCOLORADO DRINKING WATER REVOLVING FUND FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2006 CAPITALIZATION GRANT

This award provides funds to assist the State of Colorado to 1) establish a revolving loan fund program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance the State drinking water program.
$14,497,30003/01/200604/01/2026
99883205CO Water Resources & Power Development AuthorityCLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health, and also provide funding to state drinking water programs.
$13,708,60005/01/200509/30/2025
99883204CO Water Resources & Power Development Authority

Provide a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health, and also provide funding to state drinking water programs.
$13,737,70007/01/200409/30/2024
99879805Yankton Sioux TribeYANKTON SIOUX TRIBE 05-PPG

This project Includes funding to develop and establish the capability to implement environmental management programs, establish and maintain adequate measures for the prevention and control of surface and ground water pollution, complete documentation of pesticide compliance inspections, provide outreach on the safer use of pesticides, including worker protection, certification and training of pesticide applicators, protection of endangered species.
$164,71006/01/200503/31/2006
99879512Spirit Lake TribeWATER POLLUTION CONTROL STATE, INTERSTATE & TRIBAL SUPPORT PROGRAM

Water Pollution Control - Section 106: This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction and elimination of surface water pollution from point and nonpoint sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$221,61210/01/201109/30/2012
99879510Spirit Lake Sioux TribeSPIRIT LAKE 106

Water Pollution Control - Section 106: This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction and elimination of surface water pollution from point and nonpoint sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$233,54210/01/201009/30/2011
99879509Spirit Lake Sioux TribeSPIRIT LAKE 106

Water Pollution Control - Section 106: This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction and elimination of surface water pollution from point and nonpoint sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$276,59810/01/200909/30/2010
99879508Spirit Lake Sioux TribeSPIRIT LAKE CLEAN WATER 106

This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction and elimination of surface water pollution from point and nonpoint sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$293,55010/01/200809/30/2009
99879507Spirit Lake Sioux TribeSPIRIT LAKE. C: 06 C: 07

This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction, and eliminatin of surface water pollution from point and nonpoint sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$337,89110/01/200709/30/2008
99879506Spirit Lake Sioux TribeSPIRIT LAKE

This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction, and elimination of surface water pollution from point and non-point sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation's waters.
$362,70010/01/200609/30/2007
99879505Spirit Lake Sioux TribeSPIRIT LAKE TRIBE CWA 106 GRANT

This project is to continue the Tribe's study of ground and surface water on the reservation, including a study of the newly discovered arsenic problem. They plan to complete their surface water flow study during this period and issue a final report. Additional sampling will be done on a third, new underground aquifer, recently discovered along the northern side of the reservation.
$397,84605/01/200509/30/2006
99879501Spirit Lake Sioux TribeSPIRIT LAKE TRIBE CWA 106 GRANT.

This grant addresses Clean Water Grant (Section 106). This project will focus on studying ground and surface water on the reservation and the discovery of arsenic in several areas has prompted additional sampling. The discovery of a third underground aquifer on the reservation, named Spiritwood, also prompted additional sampling. Both of these discoveries resulted in additional costs for the Tribal Clean Water Program.
$360,04704/01/200004/30/2005
99879500Spirit Lake Sioux TribeGROUND & SURFACE WATER QUALITY CONTROL

Ground & Surface Water Quality Control - Increase of Funds (Supplemental)
$1,039,03404/01/200003/31/2004
99879410Flandreau Santee Sioux Executive CommitteeCWA 106 PROGRAM

Water Pollution Control - Section 106: This award provide funding to support the prevention, reduction and elimination of surface water pollution from point and non-point soures for enhancing the ecological health of the nation's waters. Increase of Funds.
$571,62010/01/200909/30/2014
99879409Flandreau Santee Sioux Executive CommitteeCWA 106 TRIBAL PROGRAM

This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction and elimination of surface water pollution from point and nonpoint sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$164,00010/01/200809/30/2009
99879408Flandreau Santee Sioux Executive CommitteeFLANDREAU SANTEE SIOUX TRIBES

This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction, and elimination of surface water pollution from point and nonpoint sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation waters.
$166,11510/01/200709/30/2008
99879406Flandreau Santee Sioux Executive CommitteeCWA 106 GRANT

This award provides funding to support the prevention, reduction, and elimination of surface water pollution from point and non-point sources for enhancing the ecological health of the nation's waters.
$205,13804/01/200609/30/2007
99879405Flandreau Santee Sioux Executive CommitteeESTABLISH AN ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM TO EVALUATE AND IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF TRIBAL WATERS.

This grant will fund the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe's Clean Water Program (Section 106) for one year. The Tribe is studying water entering tribal lands, plus the shallow aquifer beneath the reservation, to establish a water quality database. Following a major fish kill last year on the reservation, the program will also sample for agriculture related chemicals. Using equipment donated by another tribe, Flandreau built an in-house water lab with a cost savings of approximately $160 per sample.
$176,47304/01/200503/31/2006
99879404Flandreau Santee Sioux Executive CommitteeESTABLISH AN ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRAM TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF TRIBAL WATERS.

To assist the tribe in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for the prevention and control of surface and groundwater pollution.
$174,76304/01/200103/31/2005
99879400Flandreau Santee Sioux Executive CommitteeGROUND & SURFACE WATER QUALITY CONTROL

To assist the recipient in establishing and maintaining adequate measures for the prevention and control of surface and groundwater pollution.
$496,06704/01/200003/31/2004
99879303MT Department of Environmental QualityPARTICULATE MATTER 2.5

This award provides funding to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality to continue to develop and implement a fine particulate (PM2.5) monitoring network under the Clean Air Act.
$1,895,90404/15/200806/30/2012
99879302MT Department of Environmental QualityPARTICULATE MATTER 2.5

This award provides funding to the Montana Department of Environmental Quality to continue to develop and implement a nationwide fine particulate (PM2.5) monitoring network.
$1,401,55307/01/200303/31/2008
99879204WY Department of Environmental QualitySURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS

Under this project the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality will plan, develop, establish, maintain and improve a network to study fine particulaties in the air and their distribution in various areas of the State. This award provides funding to the State to operate and maintain a network to monitor ambient levels within the State, maintain a database, and report results to the Environmental Protection Agency.
$1,199,02206/15/200804/30/2012
99879203WY Department of Environmental QualitySURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS AND SPECIAL PURPOSE GRANTS

Under this project the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality will plan, develop, establish, maintain and improve a network to study fine particulates in the air and their distribution in various areas of the State.
$865,79707/01/200303/31/2008
99879202WY Department of Environmental QualityPM2.5 AIR WDEQ

Continuation, development, implementation, and operation of a PM2.5 network in wyoming
$98,92407/01/200306/30/2004
99879103SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS AND SPECIAL PURPOSE GRANTS

Under the project the South Dakota Deparment of Natural Resourcest will plan, develop, establish, maintain and improve a network to study fine particulates in the air and their distribution in various areas of the State. This award provides funding to the State to operate and maintain a network to monitor ambient levels at sites within the State, maintain a database, and report results to the Environmental Protection Agency.
$1,248,07405/01/200804/30/2012
99879102SD Department of Environment & Natural ResourcesSURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS AND SPECIAL PURPOSE GRANTS

The State will operate and maintain a network to monitor and investigate the particulate matter (PM 2.5) ambient levels at sites within South Dakota using reference method PM 2.5 samplers and continuous PM 2.5 samplers, will maintain a database and will report results to U.S. EPA.
$1,415,80508/01/200303/31/2008
99879003North Dakota Department of HealthSTATE OF NORTH DAKOTA PM 2.5 GRANT

Under the project the North Department of Health and Environment will plan, develop, establish, maintain and improve a network to study fine particulates in the air and their distribution in various areas of the State. This award provides funding to the State to operate and maintain a network to monitor ambient levels at sites with the State, maintain a database, and report results to the Environmental Protection Agency.
$966,93005/01/200804/30/2012
99879002North Dakota Department of HealthNORTH DAKOTA PM2.5 A: 1 A: 2 A: 3 A: 4

The State will operate and maintain a network to monitor and investigate the particulate matter (PM 2.5) ambient levels at sites within North Dakota using reference method PM 2.5 samplers and continuous PM 2.5 samplers, will maintain a database and will report results to U.S. EPA.
$1,420,92207/01/200303/31/2008
99878903UT Department of Environmental QualitySURVEYS STUDIES INVEST & SPECIAL PURPOSE GRANTS

With this project, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) plans, develops, maintains and improves a network to study fine particulates and their distribution in several areas of the state
$2,110,71304/01/200804/30/2012
99878902UT Department of Environmental Quality-Executive Director's OfficeSURVEYS, STUDIES, INVESTIGATIONS AND SPECIAL PURPOSE GRANTS

With this project, the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (UDEQ) plans, develops, maintains and improves a network to study fine particulates and their distribution in several areas of the state.
$2,658,80907/01/200303/31/2008
99878803CO Department of Public Health and EnvironmentSPECIAL STUDIES/INVESTIGATIONS

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment will plan, develop, establish, maintain and improve a network to study fine particulates in the air and their distribution in various areas of the State. This award provides funding to the State to operate and maintain a network to monitor ambient levels at sites within the State, maintain a database, and report results to the Environmental Protection Agency.
$2,287,96904/21/200804/30/2012
99878802CO Department of Public Health & EnvironmentSPECIAL STUDIES/INVESTIGATIONS

Under the project the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) will plan, develop, establish, maintain and improve a network to sturdy the fine particulates in the air and their distribution in various areas of the State. This award provides funding to the State to operate an maintain a network to monitor ambient levels at sites within the State, maintain a database, and report results to the Environmental Protection Agency.
$3,147,13107/01/200303/31/2008
99878414UT Department of Environmental QualityUTAH DEQ DRINKING WATER SRF FY14

The award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$9,229,00006/16/201404/16/2021
99878413UT Department of Environmental QualityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,421,00004/01/201301/31/2020
99878412UT Department of Environmental QualityUT DEQ SRF DW FY12

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the state drinking water program.
$8,975,00006/15/201204/30/2019
99878411UT Department of Environmental QualityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program. Increase of Funds (Supplemental); The amendment was necessary to allocated the additional funds to the State's DWSRF funds.
$9,418,00006/30/201106/30/2017
99878410UT Department of Environmental QualityCAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to: 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) support its drinking water program.
$13,573,00006/16/201009/30/2020
99878408UT Department of Environmental Quality2008 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to acheive or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,146,00008/01/200809/30/2026
99878407UT Department of Environmental QualityUT 2007 DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with health-based drinking water standards of the Safe Drinking Water Act and to protect public health; and 2) finance its drinking water program.
$8,229,40007/15/200709/30/2026
99878406UT Department of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

This award provides funds to assist the State of Utah to 1) to establish a program that provides a long-term source of financing for the cost of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with Safe Drinking Water Act requirements and to protect public health; and 2) finance the drinking water State Revolving Fund program.
$8,228,90007/15/200609/30/2026
99878405UT Department of Environmental QualityDRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND

Provide a long-term source of financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain compliance with SDWA requirements and to protect public health, and also provide funding to state drinking water programs.
$8,285,50006/20/200509/30/2025
99878400UT Department of Environmental Quality

Provide a long-term financing for the costs of infrastructure needed to achieve or maintain comliance with SDWA requirements, and to protect public health.
$7,757,00009/01/200009/30/2020
99877301UT Department of Environmental QualitySUPERFUND STATE, POLITICAL SUBDIVISION AND INDIAN TRIBE SITE SPEC COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award provides funds to the Utah Department of Environmental Quality to continue the management and oversight of the Remedial Design activities at the Flagstaff/Davenport Site and effectively implement the statutory requirement.This amendment will extend the project and budget period to 9/30/2011.
$2,209,00010/01/199706/30/2012
99877001City & County of DenverBROWNFIELDS PILOT COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT

This award provides funds to inventory, characterize, asess and conduct planning and community involvement related to brownfields sites.
$966,44810/01/199703/31/2008
99876801Ogden City CorporationBROWNFIELDS SITE ASSESSMENT PILOT

Provide opportunities for demonstration for site assessment activities leading to action to respond to environmental contamination and return Brownfield site to productive use.
$400,00009/30/199704/01/2007
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