Grant Funded Activities

Funding has been made available to OWOW through IRWM’s three voter-approved water bonds: Proposition 50, 84, and 1. These bonds have distributed over $203 million in funds to over projects in the watershed ($25 million in Prop 50, $115 million through four rounds of Proposition 84, and $63 million in Proposition 1).

Disadvantaged Communities Involvement Program

This Program explores the strengths and needs of overburdened communities, through engagement and education, and ensures integrated water management projects that are supported by communities are made ready. ​

Water-Energy Community Action Network (WE CAN)

The Water-Energy Community Action Network (WE CAN) is a program supported by the California Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund to help the people of California adapt to climate change, and mitigate…

2015 Proposition 84 IRWM Implementation Grant

The Prop 84 2015 IRWM grant program disbursed the remaining grant funding under the Proposition 84 Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Bond…

Proposition 84 IRWM 2014 Drought Grant

As a result of a declared drought state of emergency, DWR made changes to the funding solicitations under Prop 84 IRWM Program.​ The PA 22 Committee…

Proposition 84 Round 2 IRWM Implementation

Under the SAWPA integrated regional water management planning process, projects were solicited for inclusion in the SAWPA One Water One Watershed (OWOW) 2.0 Plan.

Proposition 84 Round 1 IRWM Implementation

The IRWM Grant Program is designed to encourage integrated regional management of water resources and provide funding for projects that support integrated water management planning and…

Proposition 50

In March 2007, the SWRCB approved $25 million in grants to SAWPA to build needed infrastructure in the Santa Ana River Watershed. This funding comes from the voter-approved Proposition 50, the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water,…

Proposition 13 SCIWP

The Southern California Integrated Watershed Program (SCIWP) provides $235 million in funding, through the Waterboards to SAWPA for the purpose of rehabilitating and improving the Santa Ana River Watershed. The projects were…