Sewage Treatment System Repair and Replacement Assistance

The Coshocton County Health Department has been awarded Water Pollution Control Loan Funds (WPCLF) from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) that can be used to assist homeowners with the cost of repairing or replacing their failing household sewage treatment system (HSTS). The funds will be distributed on a first come, first served basis to eligible homeowners residing within Coshocton County with a HSTS in need of being repaired or replaced. Homeowners’ eligibility for this project will be based on their household income level. Homeowners will be required to submit their latest income tax return to Coshocton County Health Department to determine their eligibility level.
The eligibility guidelines have been established by Ohio EPA, with grant funds awarded for 100%, 85%, or 50% of repair or replacement costs, depending on income levels.  

Number of People
Living in the Home (1-4)

100% funding will be
awarded if total
income is at or below: $25,750

 85% funding will be
awarded if total
income is at or below: $51,500     

50% funding will be
awarded if total
income is at or below: $77,250

More than 4 living in the home-
5           $30,170-100%  $60,340- 85%  $90,510- 50% 
6           $34,590                 $69,180               $103,770
7           $39,010                 $78,020               $117,030
8           $43,430                 $86,860               $130,290

For More information please contact Zach Fanning, Director of Environmental Health at 740-295-7305