$250 Million Restore New York Application Period Now Open

$250 Million Restore New York Application Period Now Open

Register here for an Instructional Webinar | Wednesday, July 13 at 10:00 a.m.  

For more detailed information on the program and requirements, visit https://esd.ny.gov/restore-new-york. The RFP and full guidelines will be available on July 11.  

NYCOM Advocacy Update 7/26/22

NYCOM Advocacy Update 7/26/22

• AUGUST 10th DEADLINE for "Letter of Intent to Apply" for Downtown Revitalization Initiative and NY Forward
• 2nd Installment of ARPA Funding Being Delivered to New York Local Governments

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Retool '22 Climate Technology Conference

Retool '22 Climate Technology Conference

Join the Retool WNY initiative along with industry and business leaders for Retool ’22, a climate technology conference for manufacturersOctober 17–19, 2022, at the Northwest Arena in Jamestown, NY.

Learn, network, and collaborate on new opportunities in the emerging climate technology sector. Hear from keynote speakers and panelists on topics related to manufacturing and climate technology. Meet representatives from companies that have successfully launched new ventures to address supply chain needs. Take part in pre-conference webinars targeting specific opportunities at the state and federal levels.

Retool ‘22 is presented by Retool WNY, a major economic development initiative supported by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), through a multi-year grant to the Jamestown Board of Public Utilities (BPU). 

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$225 Million in State Water Grants - September 9th Application Deadline

$225 Million in State Water Grants - September 9th Application Deadline

Governor Hochul has announced the availability of $225 million in grants for critical drinking water and wastewater infrastructure projects through the Water Infrastructure Improvement (WIIA) and Intermunicipal Water Infrastructure Grant (IMG) programs. 

LOCAL UNITS OF GOVERNMENT ARE INVITED TO APPLY FOR:

  • WIIA grant awards that will fund up to 25% of an eligible wastewater project's total cost, up to $25 million.
  • WIIA grant awards that will fund 60% of net eligible project costs for projects that address emerging contaminants above the State determined Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL), with no cap on the total award.
  • WIIA grant awards for all other drinking water projects will be awarded up to 60% of net project costs up to a maximum of $5 million.
  • IMG awards that will fund up to 40% of an eligible wastewater or drinking water project for communities that share services, up to $30 million.

NEW ONLINE WIIA/IMG APPLICATION
EFC is now using an online application for WIIA & IMG. The deadline to apply is Sept. 9th by 5 p.m. The application instructions below can help guide you through each section. The digital signature PDF form that is available below must be signed by the highest elected official or the authorized representative for the applicant and submitted via the online application.

WIIA/IMG WEBINARS
There will be two opportunities to learn more about the WIIA/IMG grants and how to use the new online application at webinars scheduled on July 21 at 11 a.m. and Aug. 16 at 2 p.m. Register at the links below.

If you have questions, please e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..gov or call 518-402-6924.

Municipal Matters Magazine Vol. 5, No. 1

Municipal Matters Magazine Vol. 5, No. 1

SNEAK PEAK

NYCOM's municipal matters quarterly magazine (Vol. 5, No. 1) is available to download in full for NYCOM Members only. 

If you would like to view a sneak peak of articles included in this issue of the Municipal Matters, please click on one of the highlighted articles listed here:

Ensuring Equal Rights: Updating New York's Constitution and Protecting Women's Equality in the 21st Century
The Last Mile is the Longest: Ensuring Broadband Access Throughout Your Community
Local Government Continuity: Hope for the Best, But Plan for the Worst

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