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.

City of Villa Rica rewarded for water stewardship

The city of Villa Rica received its WaterFirst designation on December 8, 2020, during the city council meeting.

City of Perry rewarded for water stewardship

The city of Perry received its WaterFirst designation on November 3, 2020, during the city council meeting.

Georgia communities receive infrastructure loans totaling $134 million

Sixteen Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $134,046,650 for water, sewer, wastewater, and solid waste infrastructure improvements by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors.

Georgia communities receive infrastructure loans totaling $195.2 million

Twenty-one Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $195,239,420 for water, wastewater, stormwater, and solid waste infrastructure improvements by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors.

Georgia communities receive infrastructure loans totaling $3.75 million

Two Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $3,750,000 for water infrastructure improvements.

Georgia communities receive infrastructure loans totaling $27.3 million

Thirteen Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $27,344,000 for water and wastewater infrastructure improvements by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors.

Bartow County rewarded for water stewardship

Bartow County receives WaterFirst designation for its stewardship of water resources.

Georgia communities receive infrastructure loans totaling $41.3 million

Eight Georgia communities were awarded financing totaling $41,323,000 for water, wastewater, and stormwater infrastructure improvements by the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA) board of directors.