Atlanta: First Publicly Offered Environmental Impact Bond
Case study on first-ever publicly offered Environmental Impact Bond financing $14 million in GSI projects in economically and environmentally distressed neighborhoods.
Aurora Water Cares
Learn about Aurora Water Cares program to provide bill payment assistance to limited-income customers experiencing challenges in paying their water bills.
Baltimore To Vote On Water Privatization Ban
Article outlining an impending vote to protect Baltimore’s water system from privatization.
Baltimore Water Billing Rates and Fees
Summary of expected rate increases for the City of Baltimore as they work to make needed system improvements.
California Drinking Water State Revolving Fund
California’s Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Intended Use Plan establishing how state funding for drinking water projects will be spent
Central Arkansas Water: Watershed Protection Fee
Central Arkansas Water uses a watershed protection fee to fund its conservation program aimed at protecting its source water
City of Claremont v Golden State Water
Download a copy of Claremont’s eminent domain complaint aimed at buying back the local water system.
City of New Orleans Stormwater Code
In March of 2018, the City of New Orleans officially updated its Stormwater Code to include requirements to protect the City’s drainage system post- new development and redevelopment construction
Closing the Water Access Gap
DigDeep and US Water Alliance report analyzing water and sanitation access challenges in the United States and offering a plan of action to overcome them.
Communicating with Ratepayers: Getting Past Paying More for Less
Workshop on communicating with ratepayers that provides actionable strategies and helps water leaders to begin to build a vision around communications for their utility
DC Water: Green Bond
Case study on DC Water green bond to support the Clean River Project
Learn more about DigDeep, a human rights non-profit working to ensure that every American has clean, running water forever.