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Are your city’s water lines leaking? Have you reached the capacity of your city’s wastewater treatment plant. These issues, along with other infrastructure problems, are dilemmas for local officials trying to improve their communities.
The Treasure State Endowment Program (TSEP) is a State-funded program designed to assist local governments in financing public facilities projects.
Eligible projects for TSEP assistance include: drinking water systems, wastewater treatment facilities, sanitary or storm sewer systems, solid waste disposal and separation systems, and bridges.
Eligible applicants for TSEP assistance include: cities, towns, counties, county or multi-county water, sewer, or solid waste districts, and tribal governments (includes any federally recognized Indian tribe within the state of Montana).
Applicants can request up to $500,000 in TSEP grants. A dollar for dollar match is required if requesting a grant, however, matching funds can be local funds or even grants provided by other funding sources.
For more information about the Treasure State Endowment Program or copies of the publications, you can call the TSEP staff at 406.444.2400. You can also email the program at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out their web site at: TSEP