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2019-2020 Municipal Capital Works and Cost-Shared Funding Programs

The call for applications for the 2019-20 Municipal Capital Works (MCW) and federal cost-shared infrastructure funding programs is now closed. Approved 2019-20 Municipal Capital Works projects were announced on April 9.

Additional information on these funding programs is available on the Capital Works Funding page.

Apply Online

To administer the application process, the Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment uses the Provincial Government's online application system, the Municipal Support Information System (MSIS). This system was developed for submitting applications and project status reports, and can be can accessed by applicants via the link below:

Municipal Support Information System (MSIS)

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.

All applications should be entered through the MSIS System. New applications must be submitted for any unapproved applications from previous years, or for phases of proposed projects that have not yet been funded/approved, and remain a priority for this call for applications.

New for 2019-20 Programs

  • All applications are now required to complete a Provincial Climate Lens – Pre Approval Application Checklist, which is intended to help ensure that climate change considerations are fully and appropriately integrated into infrastructure projects (see Guidelines and Additional Information below).
  • Certain projects applying for funding under ICIP may also require the completion of Federal Climate Lens Assessments. Additional information and guidance on these requirements is available at:
  • The eligibility criteria for non-municipal applicants has been expanded for the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program, as outlined at:

Applications should only be submitted for projects that are affordable by the funding recipient as demonstrated by the completion of the Financial Evaluation forms below.

Please note that the Department of Municipal Affairs and Environment will not be providing financial assistance for any costs associated with preparing project cost estimates or preparing or submitting applications for funding.

Guidelines and Additional Information

The following items should have been submitted in addition to the online application. These items are uploaded using the documents section of the online application.

  • Provincial Climate Lens – Pre Approval Application Checklist
  • 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:

Inayat Rehman, P. Eng

Regional Engineer, Eastern Regional Office
Tel: (709) 729-5337
Fax: (709) 729-0477

Chris Power, P. Eng

Regional Engineer, Western Regional Office
Tel: (709) 637-2491
Fax: (709) 637-2548

Ehsan Khan, P. Eng

Regional Engineer, Labrador Regional Office
Tel: (709) 896-2942
Fax: (709) 896-8847

Wilf Maloney, P. Eng

Regional Engineer, Central Regional Office
Tel: (709) 256-1055
Fax: (709) 256-1060

Colleen Johnson

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

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