资金 机会:


的 amount of water we have on Earth remains fairly constant.  It is used and reused and recycled.  T在这里 are no “untapped” supplies of fresh water.  Stretching the use of our limited water supplies requires a lot of creativity.  为了支持这些努力, Metropolitan has several incentive programs aimed at testing and developing different ways to conserve and extend the water we have available.



本地资源计划 is the linchpin for 都市的 in-region supply development. 的 LRP encourages and accelerates projects to recycle water, treat degraded 地下水 and desalinate seawater by offering direct incentives based on the amount of water produced. 的 projects help reduce demand for imported water supplies and increase water supply reliability regionwide. We currently fund a total of 116 projects across Southern California.

应用程序 are accepting on a rolling basis; member agencies can apply anytime as long as the program is active.

激励 业务:


This program offers funding for commercial, 工业, agricultural and large landscape projects that reduce water use.  Project funding is based on the quantity of water saved.  奖励最高可达0美元.60 per 1,000 gallons saved annually over the project life, with a maximum of 10 years.  More than 125 projects have been funded by Metropolitan through the WSIP.


  • Installation of commercial or 工业 high-efficiency equipment
  • 工业流程改进
  • Agricultural and landscape water efficiency improvements
  • 水务管理服务


Please submit applications well in advance of your anticipated project start date. This will allow time for us to review the project for eligibility, have any questions answered and approve funding before your project begins. 资金 for this program is limited and applying does not guarantee payment. Incentives are reserved for projects on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is exhausted.



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或打电话 (888) 376-3314.



的 壹水奖励计划 is a water-efficiency awareness campaign to encourage businesses and other non-residential industries to participate in the 节水奖励计划. A special awards ceremony celebrated past participants and leaders in the commercial, 工业, and institutional sectors who have achieved incredible water-savings through their funded projects. 的ir projects are located throughout the six-county service area and were recognized for their technological innovations, environmental stewardship and water sustainability. 的 recorded event and honoree videos can be found 在这里


都市的 现场改造方案 provides financial incentives directly to public or private property owners in 都市的 service area to convert imported water irrigation or 工业 water systems to recycled water service. Incentives of up to $195 per acre-foot for ten years of estimated water use are available, with a cap at the actual retrofit costs. Items eligible for incentives include project design; permitting; construction costs associated with the retrofit of imported to recycled water systems; connection fees and required recycled water signage. Systems that are already under construction are NOT eligible for funding.

的 program works on a first-come, first-served basis. 应用程序 are accepted until funding for this program is exhausted. Once an application is reviewed and approved, applicants receive a notification that includes an estimated incentive amount along with a list of deadlines that must be met to qualify for funding. Incentive payments are made when all invoices and eligible costs are verified and the connection and use of recycled water becomes operational. 如果一个项目被取消资格, applicants may re-apply as long as the project is not under construction.

点击 在这里 申请及 这里是一个程序概述.  有关条款和条件,请单击 在这里.

问题,请联系 Jewls Lagman.




支持 研究:

Future Supply Actions 资金 Program

As part of 都市的 long-term One Water resource strategy, this funding program promotes technical advances to better prepare the region to adapt to future water supply uncertainties. Since the program’s initiation, a total of $6.5 million has been awarded to Metropolitan member agencies. 的 program has helped fund more than two dozen technical studies and pilot tests exploring innovative approaches to local water supply development in Southern California. Awards have been given to studies in the areas of recycling, 地下水, seawater desalination and stormwater. 

的 2023 FSA funding round is 关闭d. Awarded proposals will be posted in spring 2024. Completed project reports and webinar recordings for the past round of Future Supply Actions 资金 Program studies are available below. 

Full List of 2013 Funded Projects 

Full List of 2018 Funded Projects 

2023 FSA188bet棋牌平台坊简报 

2023 FSA车间录音

City of Anaheim - Regional Assessment of Stormwater Capture, 治疗, and Infiltration for Groundwater Enhancement

Calleguas Municipal Water District - Los Robles Golf Course Groundwater Utilization Pilot Study

Calleguas Municipal Water District - Arroyo Las Posas Stormwater Diversion Feasibility Study and Percolation Test

City of Santa Ana - Restoration of Local Recharge Sources from Invasive Dreissenid Mussels

San Diego County Water Authority - Multi-Jurisdictional Optimization of Surface and Groundwater Supplies in the San Dieguito River Watershed

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District - Phase 2 White Paper: Tapping into Available Capacity in Existing Infrastructure to Create 水的供应 and 水的质量 Solutions

Municipal Water District of Orange County - Aliso Creek Smart Watershed Network Pilot Project

Eastern Municipal Water District - Purified Water Replenishment Brine Concentration Pilot Project

San Diego County Water Authority - Demonstration of Preformed Chloramines for Biofouling Control and California Toxics Rule Compliance

City of Fullerton - Demonstrating Virus Log Removal Credit for Wastewater 治疗 and Reverse Osmosis for Potable Reuse at OCWD

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District - Application of Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning to Advanced Water 治疗 Facilities for Indirect Potable Reuse 

West Basin Municipal Water District - Development of an Approach for the Evaluation of Brine Diffuser Shear Mortality 

San Diego County Water Authority - Carlsbad Desalination Plant Wedgewire Screen Pilot Study 

Tools to Evaluate Quantitative Microbial Risk and Plant Performance/Reliability 

Pathogen Monitoring in Untreated Wastewater

Understanding Wastewater 治疗 Performance on Advanced Water 治疗 Processes and Finished 水的质量 

Considerations and Blending Strategies for Drinking Water System Integration with Alternative Water Supplies 

Integration of High-Frequency Performance Data for Microbial and Containment Control in Potable Reuse Systems

Indicator Viruses for Advanced Physical 治疗 Process Performance Confirmation 

Addressing Impediments and 激励 Agricultural Reuse 

Innovative 保护 Program

Metropolitan is always looking for great ideas and ways to save water. This re搜索-focused grant program, in collaboration with the Southern California Gas Company, allows us to form partnerships with public and private organizations to evaluate the potential and reliability of innovative water-saving devices, 技术和策略. 

的 program operates on a two-year cycle. 的 final reports for 2022 projects will be posted by fall 2024. We are expecting the next round of funding to be available in early 2025.

For questions about the ICP, contact 蒂娜安德利.




Sprinkled throughout 都市的 six-county service area are pockets of learning – conservation demonstration gardens, 本地花园之旅, school programs and community workshops all designed to teach about the importance of water.

的ir common thread is funding received through 都市的 Community Partnering Program, 哪个提供最多3美元,000 in sponsorships to community-based organizations including nonprofits, 专业协会, educational institutions and public agencies. Eligible projects include water-related educational outreach programs like community forums, 188bet棋牌平台坊及水节, water-themed curriculum and supplies for grades K-12, 课外项目, 展品, promotional materials and native plant and California Friendly® garden signage.

Applicants who serve our disadvantaged communities – which represent about half of 都市的 service area – are especially encouraged to apply for sponsorships. 

MWD will be accepting applications starting in July 2024.