Source Water Protection
Grant Information for Noncommunity Transient

Noncommunity Transient systems are water systems that serve at least 25 people at least 60 days per year, but not the same 25 people over that period of time.

The SWP grants for noncommunity transient systems shall:

  • Support wellhead protection measures that address a potential contamination source that presents a high risk to a source of drinking water as determined by the MDH;
  • Have a maximum amount of $10,000, which may be increased to $30,000 when three or more public water suppliers apply under the same application; and
  • Require an equal financial cost share amount;

Noncommunity Transient Grant: Request for Proposal and Application Form

Noncommunity Transient Grant: Frequently Asked Questions

A public water supplier will qualify for continued grant eligibility after receiving an initial SWP grant providing that the public water supplier:

  1. has fulfilled all of the conditions that were specified under a previous SWP implementation grant; and
  2. is not currently subject to administrative penalty action by the MDH for violating public water supply regulations.

For questions about this page, contact the Drinking Water Protection Program: health.drinkingwater@state.mn.us or 651-201-4700. For specific Drinking Water questions, please use the contacts listed on our About Our Programs page.

Updated Thursday, 28-Jul-2011 09:24:40 CDT