May 27, 2021

Did you know...changing a SRF project scope may require additional environmental, design and permitting, and/or administrative review?  Significant changes in scope may cause delays if additional work is required by the DNR project manager or SRF environmental review specialist.

The scope of the project must be outlined on the SRF Intended Use Plan (IUP) application and in the facility plan/preliminary engineering report. Changes to the scope are allowed prior to loan closing but will require a revised IUP application. Once a loan is signed, only minor changes to the scope are allowed and only if the changes do not require additional technical or environmental review. Scope changes that occur after a loan has closed will be considered a separate project and will require a new IUP application.

SRF Project Scope policies are outlined in the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) Intended Use Plans: