Eligibility

 

Dirt & Gravel Roads

For Dirt & Gravel roads to be eligible for funding, the road must meet the following criteria:

  • A portion of the road impacts water quality is identified and considered to be a worksite

  • Someone within the state or local public entity must be Environmentally Sensitive Maintenance (ESM) Certified

Once a worksite is identified, then a work plan is put together using the approved ESM Practices by the program to fix the drainage issues first and then surface the road with Driving Surface Aggregate (DSA), seal, or pave at the cost of the public entity.

At the completion of every project, we provide road signs for the entity to put up at the beginning and end of the project worksite so people can see where the money comes from to fix that section of road!

 
 
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Click the link below to get a PDF of the Dirt & Gravel and Low Volume Road Application


 
 
 

Low Volume Roads

For Low Volume roads, which are defined as sealed or paved, to be eligible for funding the roads must meet the following:

  • A portion of the road that impacts water quality is identified and considered to be a worksite

  • The road must have an average daily traffic count of 500 vehicles or less!

  • Someone within the state or local public entity must be Environmentally Sensitive Maintenance (ESM) Certified.


    Once a worksite is identified, then a work plan is put together using the approved ESM Practices by the program to fix the drainage issues.

Our district has 2 Traffic Counters available to use for FREE! Contacts us today to borrow our traffic counters!

At the completion of every project, we provide road signs for the entity to put up at the beginning and end of the project worksite so people can see where the money comes from to fix that section of road!

 
 
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Click the link below to get a PDF of the Dirt & Gravel and Low Volume Road Application, the off row consent form & the traffic count validation form