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480 S High St
Columbus OH 43215

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MEETINGS

Board Meetings: 
The next scheduled Board Meeting is on Thursday, January 29, 2015 at 10:30 a.m. at the Ohio Water Development Authority, 480 South High Street, Columbus, Ohio.

 

Ohio Rural Community Assistance Program (RCAP) Seminars Click here for full seminar schedule of topics, dates and times.

 

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INTEREST RATES

Period: 1/1/2015-1/31/2015
OWDA Market Rate Program

Loan Terms 5 to 20 Years: 3.25%

Loan Terms 21 to 30 Years: 3.53%

 

Community Assistance

Loan Terms 5 to 20 Years: .75%

Loan Terms 21 to 30 Years: 1.03%

 

WPCLF and DWAF  Rates

Loan Terms 5 to 20 Years

Standard Rate: 2.01%

Small Systems: 1.51%

 

Loan Terms 21 to 30 Years

Standard Rate: 2.24%

Small Systems: 1.74%

  

 Period: 1/1/2015- 3/31/2015

Rural Development Program: 1.01%

 

LOAN APPLICATIONS

Reminder : Loan applications are due the 15th of each month, except for November (no meeting) and December.

The December deadline is Monday, November 24, 2014.

 

 

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FRESH WATER INTEREST RATE CHANGE

On December 11, 2014, the Ohio Water Development Authority modified how the Fresh Water interest rate is calculated.  Please click here for more information.
   

NEW UN-SEWERED AREA ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

The Ohio Water Development Board created the Un-Sewered Area Assistance Program at the May 30, 2013 board meeting.  This new program is designed to provide gap financing for the construction of  new sewer systems for communities with failing on-site systems.  The guidelines for the new program are available here.  The total funding amount for the program is limited to $7.5 million.  Application for the funding is to be made in the same manner as traditional OWDA financing.  Application forms are available here.  If you have questions regarding the program and community eligibility, please contact Ken Heigel, Chief Engineer.
 

SHARED SERVICES FOR WATER AND SEWER

Please join us for a 1-day seminar on Friday, February 27, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Owens Community College to see how smaller communities can find efficiencies when they work together to jointly build, fund and operate water and sewer systems.  For detailed information click here. 

 

TRAINING FOR SMALL COMMUNITIES

Puzzled by your community water system?” is a three-session workshop for Local Officials.  This workshop is designed to assist water boards, township trustees, city council members, county commissioners, and other local officials in obtaining the answers they need to make decisions about developing a new water system or upgrading an existing one.  The workshop includes “Putting Together the Pieces of a Community Water System”; “Water Supply Drop-By” professionally led field trip; and “Assessing Community Needs and Gathering Resources”.  For detailed information or to schedule a workshop, click here for more information.  

 

OWDA Partnering with the Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force to Raise Statewide Awareness

In support of Governor Kasich's new public awareness campaign, the Ohio Water Development Authority joins Ohio’s ongoing fight against human trafficking; the illegal trade of people for commercial sex or forced labor exploitation that enslaves approximately 1,000 Ohioans every year. 

The new campaign, led by the Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force, gives Ohioans new resources for how they can personally help combat the problem by reporting suspicious activity. For more details including resources and training opportunities, click here.