In September 2021, the UNC Environmental Finance Center produced eight case studies discussing unique financing mechanisms in different North Carolina cities and towns as well as a series of one-page overview resources.
This project was completed with Funding from the Division of Water Infrastructure of the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality.
- On the Shores of Financial Stability: Town of White Lake, North Carolina
- Small Town Budgeting Case Study: Town of Stantonsburg, North Carolina
- Small Town Investing in Capital Projects and Leveraging Expertise: Town of Pink Hill, North Carolina
- Small Town, Big Cash Reserves and Capital Planning: Town of Cleveland, North Carolina
- Small Town Regionalization Case Study: City of Claremont, North Carolina
- Partnership Fosters a Financially Viable System: Town of Bostic, North Carolina
- Using the NC Clean Water State Revolving Fund for Stormwater Projects: City of Greenville, North Carolina
- Small Town Financial Viability Case Study: Town of Ahoskie, North Carolina
One-Page Overview Resources
- Board Members: Find Out if your Water or Wastewater Utility is Financially Viable in the Long-Term
- Resource Agency Partnership for Water Utilities
- How Can Local Governments in North Carolina Assess Affordability of Water and Wastewater Rates?
- Regionalization of Water and Wastewater Systems
- Why Have a Stormwater Utility Fee?