Cut Your Municipal Infrastructure Project Costs in Half with this Fantastic Grant Opportunity

The Nova Scotia PCAP program aims to reduce the financial burden on municipalities by providing funding for municipally owned infrastructure projects like water supply, sewage disposal, and solid waste management. Projects that reduce or eliminate actual and potential environmental and health problems in the municipality are given priority. Priority is also given to projects that include collaborating with multiple municipalities or having beneficial impacts on larger populations. Successful applicants must submit a Project Closeout Report and Statement of Expenditures within 60 days of project completion, confirming achievement of project outcomes.

Funding INformation


Funding Coverage: Up to 50% of eligible costs per project (maximum 2 projects per applicant)


Eligible Costs Include:

  • Engineering work, including preliminary engineering studies, cost for preparing design drawings and specifications, and costs of construction inspection and administration
  • Costs of construction and equipment according to the plans and specifications
  • Costs of acquiring land
  • Costs of acquiring property easements where the land remains with the land owner, but the municipality is given the right to use the land

Eligibility Criteria


Eligible Applicants: Only Nova Scotia-based municipalities and villages may apply for this program. 

Eligible Activities: 

  • Water supply
  • Sewage disposal
  • Solid waste management
  • Priority given to projects addressing critical capacity issues or environmental and health problems, especially collaborative projects or those benefiting larger populations
June 13, 2024, at 11:59 pm

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