Resource Details

Housing

Well Abandonment Grant

The well abandonment grant program provides funding assistance to eligible families to properly fill and seal abandoned or unused private wells. To be eligible, family income may not exceed $65,000 for the prior calendar year. In addition, the amount of the grant is reduced by $0.30 for each $1.00 of the applicant's annual family income over $45,000.

Eligibility

Applicants must be:
* Landowner
* Spouse of landowner
* Heir of landowner
* Assignee or legal representative of landowner
* Renter of land
* Shared well owner of a private residential water supply

Top Benefits

  • Provides funding assistance to properly fill and seal abandoned or unused private wells.

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