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2017-2018 Municipal Capital Works and Cost-Shared Funding Programs

Applications are invited for the 2017/2018 Municipal Capital Works and Cost-Shared Funding Programs. Applications will be used for the 2017-18 Municipal Capital Works Program as well as for future federal funding programs. The deadline for the receipt of applications for the 2017/2018 Programs is April 21, 2017. Applicants should note that program funding is subject to a budget appropriation for fiscal year 2017-2018.

The Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment will be utilizing the Provincial Government's online application format, the Municipal Support Information System (MSIS), which has been developed for the submission of applications and project status reports. Applicants can access the application website at To gain access to the online application site, users require a USER ID and PASSWORD. Any user who has not obtained a USER ID and PASSWORD is asked to contact the MSIS System Administrator at – or 1-709-729-5498.

Applicants please note that all applications that are on file from previous funding programs are no longer considered active and are being deleted from our databases. All applications must be entered through the MSIS System. It is not necessary for users to re-enter an application for a project that has already been approved. However, new applications are required to be submitted for phases of proposed projects not yet funded.

  • Applicants should only apply for projects which are affordable as demonstrated by the completion of the Financial Evaluation forms below.

Guidelines and Additional Information

  • Financial Evaluation Form for Municipalities PDF PDF (53 KB) Excel XLS (176 KB)
  • Financial Evaluation Form for Local Service Districts PDF PDF (56 KB) Excel XLS (167 KB)

The following items must be submitted in addition to the online application by the April 21, 2017 deadline. These items can be uploaded using the documents section of the online application.

  • Completed Financial Evaluation Form
  • Resolution of Local Government authorizing the Application
  • Project Cost Estimates
  • Drawing indicating location and scope of the proposed project

Questions regarding the application process can be directed to the appropriate contact listed below:

Mr. Inayat Rehman, P. Eng

Eastern Regional Engineer
Tel: (709) 729-5337

Mr. Chris Power, P. Eng.

Regional Engineer for Central, Western, and Labrador Regional Offices
Tel: (709) 637-2491

Mr. Denis Hickey

Canada/Newfoundland Infrastructure Programs
Tel: (709) 729-5411

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