Ohio Public Works Commission Infrastructure Programs

Please contact your District or view your District webpage to determine if there are any district specific requirements or supplements to this Application. Some districts also have a pre-application process. Submit applications according to your specific district’s schedule. The application is only available as an Adobe form to complete as a template, but ultimately all applications will need to be entered into the new OPWC Salesforce based portal, WorksWise. See below for more information about using the WorksWise portal.

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IMPORTANT UPDATE BELOW ABOUT NEW PROCESS TO APPLY FOR OPWC FUNDING!

The Ohio Public Works Commission uses one project application for funding for all infrastructure programs including SCIP, LTIP, Emergency, Small Government and Loan Assistance/Credit Enhancement. Please use the links below for the application instructions, forms, and required attachments.

Note:  Contact the appropriate District or visit their page on this website to determine if there are any District specific requirements or supplements to the Application.

Infrastructure Application Instructions and Required Attachments

Infrastructure Application Form   **For July 2021 projects and onwards, applicants will be required to submit applications via our WorksWise Portal. In order to access the Portal, you must sign up for a username and password. Visit https://pwc.ohio.gov/WorksWise-Training for details on how to request access, as well as training videos on how to use the system. Paper applications can still be used, but the applications must still be put into the WorksWise portal in order to be eligible for scoring. Contact your Program Representative or District Liaison for questions.

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Required Infrastructure Application Attachment Templates (**required to be uploaded in the WorksWise Portal with your digital application):

•  Authorizing Legislation 

•  CFO Certification of Local Funds and Loan Repayment Letter 

•  Engineer's Estimate and Useful Life Statement 

•  Cooperative Agreement (Multiple Jurisdictions) 

•  Farmland Preservation Review Letter 

 

 

Capital Improvements Report Manual

**These are no longer required by the OPWC; however, districts have discretion as to whether to include them as part of their rating and ranking process which should be specified in their methodologies. Check with your district to see if they require a CIR as part of the project application. Our most recent information indicates CIRs are only required by Districts 12, 17 and 19*. [*D-19 does not require the Summary Form and only requires the CIR for those projects that seek outside funding or specifically named, e.g. Main & Maple Turn lanes, 1st St Storm Sewer, etc. Paving programs or other recurring annual projects are excluded.]

Condition Ratings 

Forms:

•  Inventory 

•  Five Year Plan / Maintenance of Effort 

•  Summary Form