Stormwater, Asset Management, and Wastewater Program Overview Data [Michigan] Full Details
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- Stormwater, Asset Management, and Wastewater Program Overview Data [Michigan]
- This data is displayed in theSAW Overview Dashboard. The Stormwater, Asset Management, and Wastewater (SAW) Program was established in 2013 to help municipalities develop, update, and improve asset management plans for their wastewater and stormwater systems. Most communities used the funding to create asset management plans to help save money, provide better services, and to inform their rate payers on the current and future needs of the systems. Since inception of the program 590 grants have been awarded.EGLE has created a series ofthree dashboardsthat are intended to provide grant data to interested stakeholders in an interactive and summarized format. The data for the series of dashboards was gathered from the deliverables of SAW grants. These mainly include grants that are wastewater asset management plan (WAMP) grants, stormwater asset management plan (SWAMP) grants, and combined SWAMP and WAMP projects. While other SAW grants were issued, they were not included in this data display as they did not include data that was applicable for the series of SAW dashboards. The SAW project data is only as accurate to what was supplied to EGLE by grantees at the conclusion of the grant work.This data specifically displays data as a program overview, this information includes the total dollar amount of grants issued, a breakdown of if a community was determined to be disadvantaged, and then both the reported needs that were generated from the stormwater asset management plan and the wastewater asset management plan.Data from round seven will be added as it become available.View all the data from the SAW program on theEGLE Open Data Portal. EGLE makes every attempt to ensure data accuracy but cannot guarantee the completeness or accuracy of the information contained within these datasets.For more information, please visit theStormwater, Asset Management, and Wastewater (SAW) Programwebsite. For questions, emailEGLE-Maps@Michigan.gov.
- Michigan Dept. of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
- State of Michigan Open Data Portal
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