Protecting & Restoring Long Island's Peconic Bays

Peconic Estuary Non-Point Source Pollution Management Project Program Call for Applications 

When:
May 20, 2019 @ 10:00 am – June 18, 2019 @ 4:30 pm
2019-05-20T10:00:00-04:00
2019-06-18T16:30:00-04:00

Peconic Estuary Non-Point Source Pollution Management Project Program Call for Applications 

Application Due: 4:30 p.m. on 06/18/2019

Suffolk County Department of Health Services

Email: joyce.novak@SuffolkCountyNY.gov

Send Completed Applications to:

Suffolk County Department of Health Services
Riverhead County Center
300 Center Drive, Room 204N
Riverhead, NY 11901
Attn: Joyce Novak- Non-point Source Pollution Management Project Program

Or Email: joyce.novak@SuffolkCountyNY.gov

Project Background

With funding from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), Suffolk County Department of Health Services is seeking a single proposer (Town, Village, non-profit, etc.) to participate in the Peconic Estuary Non-point Source Pollution Management Project Program (the “Program”). The awardee will receive up to $24,711 toward the construction of a non-point source pollution management project within the Peconic Estuary watershed. To qualify for the Program, the awardee must implement a priority Non-point Source Pollution Management Project located within the Peconic Estuary Watershed Boundary and must meet the minimum eligibility criteria identified in the application. A priority Non-point Source Pollution Management Project, includes but is not limited to: Implementation of a priority project identified by the Towns, Villages and non-profits and/ or a priority project identified in one of the 12 subwatershed management plans developed by the Peconic Estuary Program that involves the construction of a cost‐effective structural and non‐structural practices to reduce overall non-point source pollutant loadings (i.e. bacteria, sediment, nutrients) to the subwatershed to reduce non-point source pollution and improve overall water quality conditions: https://www.peconicestuary.org/protect-the-peconic/priority-issues-in-the-peconic-estuary/#pathogens.

The solicitation and review of proposals and selection of the winning proposal will be managed by the Peconic Estuary Program in consultation with the Suffolk County Department of Health Services.

Click the PE Non-point Source Pollution Management Project Grant Program Application below for the full application document and instructions on how to apply.

PE Non-point Source Pollution Management Project Grant Program Application FINAL

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