Arizona Water Protection Fund Accepting Applications for Fiscal Year 2023 Grant Cycle

The Arizona Water Protection Fund (AWPF) supports projects that develop or implement on the ground measures that directly maintain, enhance and restore Arizona’s river and riparian resources.

The AWPF Commission will be accepting applications for the Fiscal Year 2023 grant cycle, and will award grants under three categories: capital projects, research, and water conservation. The deadline to submit applications is August 26, 2022 at 5:00pm. Applications will only be accepted electronically via the eCivis Grants Management System. The eCivis grant application link, grant cycle schedule, grant application manual, and electronic forms are available on the AWPF website at information/2023.

AWPF staff will be hosting one grant application workshop:


Location Date Time
Online Webinar* Wednesday, July 13, 2022 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Webinar Information
Link: Webinar Number (Access Code): 2599 224 1253

Webinar Password: ifNPxMsx469

Join by Phone: 1-415-655-0001 US Toll (Access Code is same as above)

*Staff will be providing the grant application workshop via online webinar only, but a recording will also be available on the AWPF website at Please contact the Arizona Water Protection Fund at 602- 771-8528 or with any questions.

The Arizona Legislature established the AWPF in 1994 (A.R.S. § 45-2101, et seq.). The Arizona Department of Water Resources provides administrative, technical, and legal support to the AWPF Commission. The legislation establishing the AWPF provides that it is the declared policy of the Legislature to provide for a coordinated effort between state funding and locally led solutions for the restoration and conservation of the water resources of the state. A.R.S. § 45-2101(A). The primary purpose of the AWPF is to provide monies through a competitive public grant process for implementation of measures to protect water of sufficient quality and quantity to maintain, enhance, and restore rivers and streams and associated riparian resources consistent with existing water law and water rights, and measures to increase water availability. A.R.S. § 45-2101(B).

For additional information, please contact Reuben Teran at


1 thought on “Arizona Water Protection Fund Accepting Applications for Fiscal Year 2023 Grant Cycle”

  1. ” Increasing water availability” will be the hook Prescott Valley will use to hopefully receive state tax dollars to fund bring additional water supplies to town. PV has doubled in size in 20 years, however, the last 10 years indicate Mother Nature has reduced our annual supply by 3.56 inches per year! Over building threatens all current residents. Contact the mayor and council and tell them how you feel about massive growth and the very real; threat of water restrictions because of greed and a growth we do not need. We the People MUST act or suffer the consequences.

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