New Mexico Indian Affairs Department: Tribal Infrastructure Project Fund
The Tribal Infrastructure Fund was created by the Tribal Infrastructure Act in 2005. This act recognizes that many of New Mexico’s tribal communities lack basic infrastructure, including, but not limited to water and wastewater systems, roads, and electrical power lines. Through this competitive funding, all federally recognized tribes, nations, and pueblos within New Mexico have an opportunity to submit a robust project proposal for their community.
Tribal Infrastructure Fund grants provide funding for infrastructure planning, design, and/or construction projects.
Amount: A total of $13,400,000 is available.
Eligibility: Federally recognized Indian nations, tribes, or pueblos located wholly or partially in New Mexico or any of its governmental subdivisions.
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