Section 106 of the Clean Water Act provides funding to support water pollution control programs. Currently 40 tribes within EPA's Region 10 (Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington) are eligible to receive Section 106 funding. Learn more about EPA's Section 106 tribal grant program.
Work plans and budgets for 2022 funding are due January 29, 2021.
Awards will be made by September 30, 2021.
See Related Documents below for the full funding announcement and attachments.
- Final Guidance on Awards of Grants to Indian Tribes under Section 106
- Training and Technical Assistance for Tribes in Region 10 (sort by training title or topic, e.g. water quality monitoring (106) and non-point source pollution (319)).
- Krista Mendelman (firstname.lastname@example.org), 206-553-1571
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- Funding Announcement for FY2022 Region 10 CWA Section 106 Tribal Program (PDF)(5 pp, 245 K, October 2020)
Preliminary Funding Estimates for FY2022 Region 10 CWA Section 106 Tribal Program (PDF)(1 pg, 34 K,
Preliminary funding estimates for eligible tribes.
QAPP Guidelines for Region 10 CWA Section 106 Tribal Program (PDF)(1 pg, 344 K)
Guidelines for how to determine if your Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) needs to be updated.
Region 10 Tribal 106 and 319 Draft Work Plan Checklist (PDF)(2 pp, 135 K)
Tasks to include in your Section 106 and 319 work plans.