Welcome to the RETTEW Focus on Funding page! Please explore the featured funding opportunities below and contact our funding team to learn more about the programs, eligibility, and application assistance. We look forward to working with you to identify and secure the funding resources you need to successfully complete your projects!

Dauphin County Local Share Municipal Grant Program

Dauphin County Gaming Advisory Board

The Local Share Municipal Grant Program helps distribute funds generated by gaming to local governments for projects that support and enhance community and economic well-being and mitigate the impact of gaming and related activities. Pre-application conferences are strongly encouraged before August 1, 2022, but must occur no later than August 31, 2022. 

• Award Amount: Municipal applicants – $150,000 maximum; Non-municipal applicants – $75,000
• Required Match: None stated
• Applications Due: Thursday, September 1, 2022 – 4:30 PM

Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act Program

U.S. Environment Protection Agency

Funding is available for programs covered under the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program, a federal credit program for eligible water and wastewater infrastructure projects. This year’s funding will provide up to $5.5 billion in funding to support $11 billion in water infrastructure investment. In addition, up to $1 billion in credit assistance is available to support $2 billion in water infrastructure through the State infrastructure financing authority WIFIA (SWIFIA) program.

• Award Amount: Not to exceed 49 percent of eligible project costs
• Required Match: Balance of project costs
• Applications Due: Rolling basis starting September 6, 2022

Safe Streets and Roads for All Grant Program

U.S. Department of Environmental Protection

The Safe Streets and Roads for All  (SS4A) grant program provides funds to support planning, infrastructure, behavioral, and operational initiatives to prevent death and serious injury on roads and streets involving all roadway users, including but not limited to pedestrians, bicyclists, public transportation, motorists, and commercial vehicle operators. This program is open to counties, cities, towns, townships, transit agencies, or other special districts; federally-recognized Native American Tribal governments; metropolitan planning organizations; and multijurisdictional groups comprised of eligible entities.

• Award Amount: Action Plan Grants: $200,000 – $5 million; Implementation Grants: $3 million – $5 million
• Required Match: At least 20 percent of eligible activity costs
• Applications Due: Thursday, September 15, 2022 – 5:00 PM EDT