Three communities awarded $12.4 million in grant funding for sewer system infrastructure

Through the Septic-to-Sewer Program, the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) awarded $12,400,000 in grant funding to three communities to help construct sewer systems to enhance public health and prevent groundwater contamination.

Georgia communities receive infrastructure loans totaling $92 million

Seventeen Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $91,935,500 for water, sewer, wastewater, and stormwater projects by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors.

City of Cumming rewarded for water stewardship

The city of Cumming received its WaterFirst designation on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, during the city council meeting.

City of Byron rewarded for water stewardship

The city of Byron received its WaterFirst designation on Monday, September 13, 2021, during the city council meeting.

Georgia communities receive infrastructure loans totaling $39 million

Fourteen Georgia communities and two conservation groups were awarded financing totaling $38,792,060 for water, sewer, wastewater, and land conservation projects by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors.

Georgia communities receive infrastructure loans totaling $117 million

Twenty-five Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $117,208,900 for water, sewer, and wastewater projects by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors.

Clayton County rewarded for water stewardship

Clayton County and the Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) received its WaterFirst designation on April 1, 2021, during the CCWA board meeting.

Cordele awarded $1.8 million loan for wastewater system infrastructure

Cordele, Georgia, was awarded financing totaling $1,815,000 for wastewater infrastructure improvements by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) executive committee.

Georgia communities receive infrastructure loans totaling $121 million

Seventeen Georgia communities and The Conservation Fund were awarded financing totaling $121,106,100 for water, sewer, wastewater, and land conservation projects by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors.

City of Carrollton rewarded for water stewardship

The city of Carrollton received its WaterFirst designation on December 10, 2020, during the city council meeting.