Municipal Programs


A public hearing to discuss and present the Draft FY 2015 Intended Use Plan, Project Priority List, and Project Priority System will be held Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at 10:00 A.M., in the Azure Room, 4th Floor, Curtis Building, 1000 SW Jackson, Topeka, Kansas.


A public hearing was held July 24, 2013 to discuss the Final SFY 2014 Project Priority List and Intended Use Plan. The Final documents are presented below:


KWPCRF Program Documents:


Kansas Water Pollution Control Revolving Loan Fund FFY 2010, FFY 2011 and FFY 2012 (Utilizing Funding After October 30, 2009) Loan Application Package – March 21, 2011

MBE/WBE Reporting Form (.pdf) |

Latest Dept of Labor Guidance for Davis/Bacon |

FY 2013 KPWCRF Annual Report |

FY 2012 KWPCRF Annual Report |

2012 Financial Audit

The following are projects which qualify for the EPA “Green Project Reserve” aspect of the EPA Clean Water SRF Program:

Stockton, Kansas
Project to Construct New Non-Discharge Lagoon with Effluent Reuse Irrigation of Golf Course
EPA Green Project Reserve

Pratt, Kansas
Project to Upgrade Sludge Wasting, Digestion, Thickening, Dewatering, Storage, and Disposal of Reuse
EPA Green Project Reserve
– Business Case

Johnson County, Kansas
Project to Construct Low Pressure Sewer System in the (Lake Gardner) Lateral Sewer District No. 1 of Kill Creek No. 2 Service Area
EPA Green Project Reserve

Johnson County, Kansas
Project to Construct Low Pressure Sewer System in the (Lone Elm) Lateral Sewer District No. 2 of Little Bull Creek No. 1 Service Area
EPA Green Project Reserve

El Dorado, Kansas
Project to Construct On-site Wind Powered Generator
EPA Green Project Reserve
– Business Case

Cottonwood River Streambank Stabilization & Restoration Project, Phase 1, Flint Hills RC&D
Project to design and install streambank stabilization projects at multiple locations along the Cottonwood River above John Redmond Reservoir. 

Cottonwood River Streambank Stabilization & Restoration Project, Phase 2, Kansas Water Office
Project to design and install streambank stabilization projects at multiple locations along the Cottonwood River upstream of the confluence of the Neosho and Cottonwood Rivers above John Redmond Reservoir. 

Delaware River Streambank Stabilization & Restoration Project, Phase 2, Glacial Hills RC&D
Project to design and install streambank stabilization projects at multiple locations on the Delaware River above Perry Reservoir. 

Delaware River Streambank Stabilization & Restoration Project, Phase 3, Glacial Hills RC&D
Project to design and install streambank stabilization projects at multiple locations on the Delaware River above Perry Reservoir. 

Delaware River Streambank Stabilization & Restoration Project, Phase 4, Glacial Hills RC&D
Project to design and install streambank stabilization projects at sites along the Delaware River above Perry Reservoir, and along Muddy Creek and Straight Creek.

Holton Stormwater Stabilization Project, Glacial Hills RC&D
Project to construct green infrastructure/non-point source pollution control practices including the design and installation of a bioretention cell and community rain garden, stabilization of an eroding stormwater drainage way and native plantings in the City of Holton, Kansas.

Wolf River Streambank Stabilization & Restoration Project, Glacial Hills RC&D
Project to design and install streambank stabilization projects at sites along the Wolf River and Norton Creek within the Wolf River watershed in Doniphan and Brown counties. 

Smoky Hill River Streambank Stabilization & Restoration Project, Kansas Water Office
Project to design and install streambank stabilization projects at multiple locations along the Smoky Hill River in Saline County. 

University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Project to reconstruct Parking Lot 54 (approximately 75,000 square feet) located on the University of Kansas campus with permeable (porous) concrete pavement, including converting existing islands within the parking lot and adjacent green spaces to a series of rain gardens and bioswales to be planted with native vegetation.

Hesston, Kansas
Project to Rehab/Upgrade Mech. Plant including Effluent Irrigation
EPA Green Project Reserve


Informational Documents:


Application for Sewer Extension Permit

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Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) General Permits

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Adopted Municipal, Commercial, and Industrial Lagoon Liner Regulations (the Minimum Standards of Design for Water Pollution Control Facilities document can be found here)

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Water Quality Policy Memorandum #1-77 |

Water Quality Policy Memorandum #3-77 (Construction & Permitting of Wastewater Treatment Facility)

Water Quality Policy Memorandum #4-77 (Design, Review, Approval, Construction and Permitting of Sewer Extensions)

Water Quality Policy Memorandum #2-78 (Engineering Observation of Wastewater Construction Projects)

Water Quality Policy Memorandum #87-6 (Construction Alternatives to Conventional Sanitary Sewer Systems)


Rodney R. Geisler, P.E., Chief
Bureau of Water
Municipal Programs Section

1000 SW Jackson St., Suite 420
Topeka, KS 66612-1367
(785) 296-5527
FAX: (785) 296-0086


Municipal Programs Staff