The PTIC and CWWF programs provides funding for infrastructure projects of national, regional, and local significance that support:
- Economic growth for the future;
- A cleaner improved-quality environment;
- Strengthening and supporting sustainable communities;
- Growth in export and trade; and
- Meeting the opportunities and challenges of growth
To support a wide range of infrastructure needs, the PTIC program is divided into two categories:
- National and Regional Projects (PTIC-NRP): for projects that are nationally and regionally significant; and
- Small Communities Fund (PTIC-SCF): for projects in communities with fewer than 100,000 residents, ensuring smaller communities can benefit from significant funding supporting economic prosperity.
The CWWF program targets projects that can be designed and constructed over a short term, and will contribute to the rehabilitation of drinking water, wastewater, and storm water systems. CWWF projects would include (but not be limited to) lagoon construction/repair, water main replacement, pumping station replacement/upgrades, lift station replacement/upgrades, water treatment plant improvements, force main replacement/upgrades, wastewater or storm water collection system upgrades, and source water improvements.