This program was created by the United States Clean Vessel Act of 1992 to evaluate the existing conditions of sanitary disposal for boaters and to provide financial assistance for the improvement of marina sanitation facilities where they are needed.
Note: The DNR is not accepting CVA applications at this time.
To encourage the development or improvement of marina sanitation facilities for boaters in order to maintain and improve water quality in public waters.
Development or improvement of sanitation facilities for boaters (including pump-out stations, dump-outs, and floating restrooms).
Public and private marinas.
All CVA Grant Application grant applicants (both private businesses and government entities) must be a legal owner of the property and also be registered with the Minnesota Secretary of State. If you are NOT registered, please visit this website to register prior to submitting your application for this grant. NOTE: Applications will not be accepted if this requirement is not met.
there are inadequate pump-out facilities and where there are significant potential users.
Up to 75% of total eligible costs.
Based on the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service CVA projects costs are $1,500 to $30,000 for stationary pumpouts and up to $50,000 for pumpout vessels.
Priority is given to areas where there are inadequate pump-out facilities and where there are significant potential users.
The DNR is not accepting CVA applications at this time.
Kathy Smith, Federal Aid Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-259-5629
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Division of Parks and Trails
500 Lafayette Road, Box 52
Saint Paul, MN 55155