- Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Investments
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Investments
With the signing of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law by President Biden, Reclamation takes on a new opportunity to invest in our infrastructure and benefit the American public for the next generation.
This key investment will improve federal stewardship of our critical infrastructure and significantly increase Reclamation’s efforts to support our partners, stakeholders, Tribal nations, and communities in the 17 Western states. Included in this Act is an $8.3 billion investment in Reclamation water infrastructure and $2.5 billion for authorized water rights settlement projects. Implementing this law and delivering meaningful results is a top priority for Reclamation.
Reclamation serves as the water and power infrastructure for the American West. We are grateful for the support and this once-in-a-generation opportunity to improve our nation’s water infrastructure and invest in America’s future, and look forward to working with our partners across the west in its implementation.
Reclamation is proactively engaging with tribes and stakeholders to share information regarding the implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
You may contact us at USBR.BIL@usbr.gov if you have any questions.
You may complete this form to receive general notifications from the Bureau of Reclamation.
Frequently Asked Questions (Winte 2024)
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law — 2 Years Later
The Bureau of Reclamation invites you to an information session on its implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Reclamation will be providing an update on its implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law for Tribes and stakeholders.
The content of the two updates will be identical:
Please join us for these informative sessions. A moderated question-and-answer format will be enabled. If you have a question, please submit it to USBR.BIL@usbr.gov. To learn more about implementation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law or view this and other recorded sessions please visit www.usbr.gov/bil.