Sewage Management Grants
As part of its commitment to provide clean, safe and enjoyable recreational boating in California, the Division of Boating and Waterways (DBW) serves as the grant coordinator for the state. The Clean Vessel Program also provides boater education programs to promote public awareness about boat sewage and its proper disposal.
|Program||Project||Grantee||Funding Year||Grant Amount|
|Floating Restrooms||Pine Flat Lake||US Army Corps of Engineers||2020||$176,222|
|Floating Restrooms||Castaic Lake||County of Los Angeles Dept. of Parks and Recreation||2020||$176,222|
|Floating Restrooms||Lake Kaweah||US Army Corps of Engineers||2020||$352,444|
|Floating Restrooms||Lake Almador||Jackson Valley Irrigation District||2020||$176,222|
|Pumpout Installation||Redondo Beach||City of Redondo Beach||2020||$143,881|
|Pumpout Installation||Riverbank Marina||Riverbank Marina LLC||2020||$27,561|
|Pumpout Installation||Morro Bay Yacht Club||Morro Bay Yacht Club||2021||$11,758|
|Pumpout Operation and Maintenance||Monterey Bay Boatworks||Monterey Bay Boatworks||2021||$8,578|
|CVA Education and Outreach||Northern California||The Bay Foundation||2021||$309,473|
|CVA Education and Outreach||Southern California||Association of Bay Area Governments||2021||$315,000|
Grants available to any organization for educating boaters about proper sewage disposal, the use of pumpout facilities and for pumpout monitoring efforts.
This grant program funds the development, construction, deployment, and operation and maintenance of floating restrooms.
This grant program funds the placement of vessel pumpout stations.
This grant program funds the eligible costs of pumpout parts and labor to maintain an existing pumpout.