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In many cases, successful wetland and water quality projects involve multiple partners and several separate revenue sources. This revenue tool allows one to 10 separate governments, non-profits, or other entities looking to partner together on water quality projects to estimate how much money they can raise from various sources. In particular, the tool allows these partners to look at the revenue potential from changes to property taxes, sales taxes, water and wastewater fees, stormwater fees, flood control zone fees, permit fees, grants, and other sources. The tool has options for partners looking to raise a specific level of revenue or for partners to see how much revenue they could generate by entering multiple scenarios into the tool.

Follow the built-in instructions to identify the project team and appropriate revenue sources.

Note: There is not an interactive, web-based dashboard for this tool.
 

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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill believes everyone in our community deserves equal access to information. Financing Wetland And Water Quality Improvements Tool is available to provide data to make decisions for public policy. We are committed to creating an inclusive digital experience. If you are unable to access this information, please contact the Environmental Finance Center for more options.

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