Grants & Loans

J&A is proud to announce over the last decade, we have acquired over $187 Million dollars in grants and loans for our clients. 

J&A Project Funding List

 

Grant Advisory

Click on the link below for an up to date list of available aquatic habitat, community forestry, and recreation grants available, with associated schedules, and applicability.  For more information, please contact Laura Gruzwalski at: 248.681.7800, lgruzwalski@ja-engr.com.

 

Available Aquatic Habitat, Community Forestry & Recreation Grants

Grant Program Applicable Projects $$ Available Match Requirement Comments RFP Release Date Applications Due
NOAA

http://www.habitat.noaa.gov/funding/northeast.html

 

Dam Removal, Invasive Species Removal, Aquatic Habitat Enhancements Up to $350,000 for design projects; up to $10M for construction projects None, but preferred Design & Implementation January each year Mid-February each year
NFWS

http://greatlakesrestoration.us/projects/fws.html

 

 

Aquatic Habitat Enhancements, Invasive Species $40M total (awards up to $1M) 25% January each year February each year
MDNR Aquatic Habitat

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-58225_67220—,00.html

 

Dam Removal, Aquatic Habitat Enhancements Varies annually At least 10% July of each year August of each year
MDNR Land & Water Conservation Fund

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-58225_58672—,00.html

Trailways, Restroom Facilities, ADA Improvements, Kayak Launches/Boat Ramps Up to $100,000 per project At least 50% Must have an approved Recreation Master Plan February each year April 1 each year
MDNR Recreation Passport

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-58225_58701—,00.html

 

Outdoor/Indoor Recreation Based Development Projects Up to $45,000 per project At least 25% Capital Improvement Plan required (Recreation Plan optional) February each year April 1 of each year
MDNR Land Acquisition (Trust Fund)

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-58225_58301—,00.html

 

For park improvements/developments or trailway connections $15,000 to $300,000 available for each development project; no ceiling for acquisitions At least 25% Must have an approved Recreation Master Plan June/July each year August each year
MDNR Dam Management

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-58225_62891—,00.html

 

Dam Removal, Rehabilitation Varies annually At least 10% August each year November of each year
MDEQ Nonpoint Source

http://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,4561,7-135-3313_3682_3714-257237–,00.html

 

 

Stormwater BMPs, Land Protection Approx. $2.5M available annually 25% Priority watersheds identified annually July/August each year August/Sept each year
MDNR Community Forestry

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-58225_37985-125031–,00.html

 

Tree Plantings/Replacements & Maintenance; Inventories, Management Plans Up to $20,000 per community None June/July each year August/Sept each year
DTE Energy Foundation Tree Planting

http://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-153-58225_37985-125033–,00.html

 

Tree Plantings/Replacements & Maintenance on Public Lands Up to $3,000 per entity None Each Summer Each Fall
MDOT Transportation Alternatives Program

http://www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,1607,7-151-9621_17216_18231—,00.html

 

Non-Motorized Paths, Streetscapes, and Historic Preservation Up to $16.5M available annually  (approx.. $6M regionally) 20% Must review project with Project Coordinator prior to submittal Each Summer Each Fall
NFWF 5 Star & Urban Waters Program

http://www.nfwf.org/fivestar/Pages/2016RFP.aspx

 

Project sites on public land, or private land such as corporate facilities in urban areas

 

$20,000 – $30,000 1:1 November each year February each year
Safe Routes to School

http://saferoutesmichigan.org/

 

 

Sidewalk Improvements, New Sidewalks, Off-Street Bicycle Facilities, Bicycle Parking Facilities, Traffic Calming and Lighting, etc. Varies annually None Must be constructed within a 2-mile radius of the school; Completion of a SR2S Action Plan

 

Applications are accepted year round Applications are accepted year round

 

 

 

Water & Wastewater Infrastructure Loans

Click on the link below for an up to date list of available Drinking Water and Wastewater loans available, with associated schedules, and applicability.  For more information, please contact Kristin Goetze at: 248.681.7800, kgoetze@ja-engr.com.

 

Available Water & Wastewater Funding Programs

Loan Program Information $$ Available Repayment Period Comments Project Plans Due
MDEQ Drinking Water Revolving Fund

http://michigan.gov/deq/0,1607,7-135-3307_3515_3517—,00.html

 

Low interest loans for planning, design, and construction of water supply projects $100,000 for planning costs Up to 20 years (30 years for disadvantaged communities) Interest rates are set below market rates each year May 1 of each year
MDEQ State Revolving Fund

http://michigan.gov/deq/0,4561,7-135-3307_3515_4143-207237–,00.html

 

Low interest loans for construction of water pollution control facilities, which can encompass green infrastructure or energy efficiency components Varies by year Varies by year 2.5% interest loan financing program July 1 of each year
MDEQ Strategic Water Quality Initiatives Fund

http://michigan.gov/deq/0,1607,7-135-3307_3515_4143—,00.html

 

On-site upgrade-replacement of septic systems, removal of groundwater or storm water from sewer leads Varies by year Varies by year 2.5% interest loan financing program July 1 of each year

 

Community Development and Assistance

Brownfield Redevelopment

Michigan Community Revitalization Program

Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)

Patronicity – Public Spaces, Community Places crowdfunding page                    https://www.patronicity.com/puremichigan

http://www.michiganbusiness.org/community/development-assistance/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=community%20development%20block%20grant&utm_content=nsJnqA28&utm_campaign=google&gclid=CjwKEAjwyYCgBRCMmbWl5beV_RQSJABESqHAGwj4HqI97LH8xuQ4vxnD1hZGnJkLTb3G2GB8G5CLpxoC_Uzw_wcB#brownfield

 

 

J&A Recent Project Funding List

2017 – Laketon Township MDNR Trust Fund Grant, $300,000

2016 – Port Huron Township Transportation Alternative Program, $184,215

2015 – Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Drinking Water Revolving Fund, $7,050,000

2013 – City of Rochester S2, $920,293

2013 – Port of Monroe Ventower MDOT Freight Rail Economic Development Program, $350,000

2013 – City of Rochester SAW Grant, $563,942

2013 – Egelston Township SAW Grant, $624,580

2013 – Port Huron Township SAW Grant, $1,562,020

2013 – City of Pontiac Water Main Looping, Drinking Water Revolving Fund, $6,564,050

2013 – Muskegon Township Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program, $1,928,000

2012 – Waterford Township State Revolving Fund, $4,130,000

2012 – Waterford Township Drinking Water Revolving Fund, $11,415,000

2012 – Waterford Township S2, $263,475