The Kansas Public Water Supply Loan Fund may be one of your options when it comes to financing water utility improvements. You can also explore other options here. Also, take a look at the Kansas Rural Water Finance Authority which can provide assistance with your loan application, issuance of other debt for interim and long-term financing, rate reviews, and more.
As of April 30, 2013, small systems have received 188 of the 260 loans (72%) for a total of $208,623,712.85 of the total $523,056,426.00 (40%) committed in loans. Systems serving a population of 5,000 or fewer are classified as small systems under the Kansas Public Water Supply Loan Fund.
Public Water Supply Loan Fund
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has contracted with the Kansas Rural Water Finance Authority to prepare a financial capacity analysis of all loan applications to the Kansas Public Water Supply Loan Fund.
The Water Supply Loan Fund offers these advantages:
Loans are made at below-market interest rates
There are no costs of issuance
Small cities and rural water districts receive ongoing financial review, advice and technical support with no additional cost.
To learn more about the Kansas Public Water Supply Loan
Fund, find Fact Sheets, forms and other related information, click on this link
Public Water Supply Section--Kansas Public Water Supply Loan Fund