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Water Supply Management

Ensuring safe, sustainable and equitable drinking water systems

Drinking Water 1-2-3 Technical Assistance

MPC is now accepting applications for the 2022 round of the Drinking Water 1-2-3 Technical Assistance program. We are providing no cost targeted assistance and on-the-ground implementation of critical best practices in drinking water management. Up to three projects will be selected for technical assistance with a coordinated team of experts. Project selections will be made in late 2021, with projects taking place in 2022.

Download the application here

Proposed projects should align with best practices featured in the Drinking Water 1-2-3 guide. **For the 2022 round of projects, priority will be given to projects related to water affordability and lead service lines.**

  • Applicants must be representatives of a municipality or a municipal partnership (i.e., multiple municipalities or a municipality with a non-profit organization, park district, etc.) within northeastern Illinois.
  • Applicant(s) must have the authority and ability to implement project initiative(s).

 The deadline for application is Thursday, October 28, 2021. If you would like to speak with our team about the technical assistance application process and types of eligible projects, please contact Justin Keller at academy@metroplanning.org or by phone at (312) 863-6033.

Fill out the application and send to academy@metroplanning.org. [You can download and install Adobe Acrobat at https://get.adobe.com/reader/]

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