Long Term Water Augmentation Fund


The Long-Term Water Augmentation Fund (LTWAF) was created to finance water supply development projects that would increase water supplies for the state of Arizona. Entities eligible for financial assistance include water providers, any city, town, county, district, commission, authority or other public entity that is organized and that exists under the statutory law of this state or under a voter-approved charter or initiative of this state. WIFA may also enter into Public-Private Partnerships to fund augmentation projects. Financial assistance includes loans provided by the authority to eligible entities and credit enhancements purchased for an eligible entity's bonds or other forms of indebtedness. The LTWAF does not provide grants. WIFA will obtain full repayment for monies or financial assistance provided from the fund by the recipients of the funding or financial assistance or the recipients of any water supply development project made available from monies from the fund through water subcontracts, loan repayments, rates, fees, charges or otherwise, as appropriate.

Interested parties may submit preliminary information about their projects as WIFA adopts policies, procedures, and rules regarding the application process for the LTWAF. Preliminary submissions will be used to confirm eligibility. Further information will be requested once eligibility is confirmed to evaluate projects.


1. Complete and sign the LTWAF Project List Application.PDF 

2. Email the completed form and attachments to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


For any questions regarding the LTWAF and  please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.ov