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Small Community Drinking Water Financing

This event is free and open to the public but you must register online by November 14th. Register Here by November 14th   An ELI and LGEAN Co-Sponsored Public Webinar Operators of the close to 50,000 community water systems across … Continued


Stormwater and Green Infrastructure Finance Workshop

Hosted by UNC EFC, this two-day course covered utility fee setting, public outreach and communications, innovative uses for stormwater revenues, legal considerations, regulatory considerations, and additional considerations such as ancillary benefits and affordability. This course is designed to provide an … Continued

Institute for the Environment Bagel Breakfast Social

Erin Riggs of the Environmental Finance Center will be a guest at the Institute for the Environment's Bagel Breakfast Social on Tuesday, February 8th. Erin will provide a presentation on how the EFC plans to help communities with the sustainable … Continued

Water and Wastewater Finance Strategies Workshop

NOTICE: The February 2022 offering of this course has been moved completely online and will be taking place via Zoom. The Environmental Finance Center's annual Water and Wastewater Finance Strategies workshop will provide utility practitioners with new skills and up-to-date … Continued

Utility Opportunities with ARP, Budget, and Beyond

Join us with the North Carolina League of Municipalities for a presentation on Utility Opportunities with ARP. This presentation from Kimberly Kirkhart, Research Assistant at the UNC EFC, will be on ARPA funding and the new flexibility under the final … Continued

What Local Elected Officials Should Know About Enterprise Funding

Public enterprises provide many essential services for citizens in communities all across North Carolina – from electric utilities to water/sewer services, to airports, and more. Operational funding for these essential services varies by type of enterprise. It is important for … Continued

Water and Wastewater Enterprise Funds

As part of the 91st Mississippi Municipal League Conference, Project Director Elsemarie Mullins, along with Dr. Jason Barrett from Mississippi State University, presented to elected officials. Session Description: Municipalities of today have to navigate understanding the desires of their communitywhile … Continued